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Beschreibung

Whether you think you know it all, or know that you don't, this book gives you expert tips on working with the Controlling component in SAP ERP. This second edition comes with the same valuable tips from the first edition, plus an additional 10 bonus tips. Get ready to add to your Controlling arsenal, and replace some cumbersome techniques you've been using. SAP PRESS equips you with "110 Things" that unlock the secrets of working with the Controlling component in SAP! In this book, users of all levels will: Save time With the shortcuts and workarounds provided, you'll learn how to complete your daily business and financial maintenance, analysis, and reporting faster and more elegantly. Learn quickly Full of screenshots and instructions, this book will help you pick up new tips and tricks in no time, such as removing tax warnings when posting documents. Develop new skills You'll discover new ways of doing your work and find yourself saying, "I wish I'd known how to do this a long time ago!" Highlights: Cost center accounting Internal orders Product cost planning Cost object controlling Material ledger Profitability analysis Information system General Controlling activities Galileo Press heißt jetzt Rheinwerk Verlag.

Autorentext
John Jordan has been an SAP consultant, specializing in the SAP Financials and Controlling area for several years. He's the author of the SAP PRESS books Production Variance Analysis for SAP Controlling and Product Cost Controlling with SAP. He's written several articles for the SCM Expert and Financials Expert newsletters and has presented at WIS conferences.

Klappentext

Whether you think you know it all, or know that you don't, this book gives you expert tips on working with the Controlling component in SAP ERP. This second edition comes with the same valuable tips from the first edition, plus an additional 10 bonus tips. Get ready to add to your Controlling arsenal, and replace some cumbersome techniques you've been using. SAP PRESS equips you with "110 Things" that unlock the secrets of working with the Controlling component in SAP!

In this book, users of all levels will:

Save time With the shortcuts and workarounds provided, you'll learn how to complete your daily business and financial maintenance, analysis, and reporting faster and more elegantly.

Learn quickly Full of screenshots and instructions, this book will help you pick up new tips and tricks in no time, such as removing tax warnings when posting documents.

Develop new skills You'll discover new ways of doing your work and find yourself saying, "I wish I'd known how to do this a long time ago!"

Highlights:

  • Cost center accounting
  • Internal orders
  • Product cost planning
  • Cost object controlling
  • Material ledger
  • Profitability analysis
  • Information system
  • General Controlling activities

Galileo Press heißt jetzt Rheinwerk Verlag.



Inhalt
. Acknowledgments. 11 . Introduction. 13 Part 1. Cost Center Accounting. 17 1. Understanding Plan Cost Splitting. 19 2. Maintain Standard and Alternate Hierarchies. 22 3. Swap the Standard Hierarchy. 24 4. Assign Cost Element Default Account. 26 5. Set Up Automatic Account Assignment. 28 6. Plan Activity Price with Activity Type Groups. 30 7. Copy Cost Center Plan. 32 8. Perform Actual Price Calculation. 34 9. Using Target Cost Analysis. 36 10. Analyze Cost Center Variance. 38 11. Create Selection Variants. 42 Part 2. Internal Orders. 45 12. Using Related Internal Order Integrated Planning Checkboxes. 47 13. Using Internal Order Planning. 51 14. Create an Internal Order Budget. 53 Part 3. Profit Center Accounting. 55 15. Transfer Plan Automatically to Profit Centers (Integrated Planning). 57 16. Using the Profit Center Assignment Monitor. 59 Part 4. Product Cost Planning. 61 17. Choosing Standard or Moving Average Price. 63 18. View Historical Moving Average Price. 65 19. Changing Material Prices Manually. 68 20. Using Price Unit versus Costing Lot Size. 70 21. Optimize Costing Lot Size. 72 22. Understanding Purchasing Info Record Prices. 74 23. Using Purchasing Info Record Scales. 76 24. Set Up Plant-Specific Purchasing Info Records. 79 25. Display Procurement Type for Cost Estimate Use. 82 26. Distribute Overhead with Costing Sheets. 85 27. Set Up Templates to Distribute Overhead. 87 28. Copying Costing Variants. 90 29. Configuring Cost Estimate User Exits. 92 30. Report on Purchased Material Delivery Costs. 96 31. Assign Activity Type Search Strategies. 100 32. Modify Cost Estimate Default Dates. 102 33. Using Existing Cost Estimates for Transfer Control. 104 34. Updating Valuation Variants with Marking Allowance. 106 35. Create Mixed Cost Estimates. 108 36. Optimize Costing Runs. 111 37. Reduce Costing Messages with the Material Status. 113 38. Reduce the Clutter in Cost Estimate Screens. 115 39. Maintain the Base Planning Object with Unit Cost Estimate. 117 40. Calculate Material Cost Estimate without Quantity Structure. 119 41. Searching for Cost Estimates. 121 42. Uploading Planning Data from Excel. 123 43. Changing Material Master Fields Collectively. 127 Part 5. Cost Object Controlling. 131 44. Display Automatic Account Assignment Entries. 133 45. Assign Material Type to an Account Category Reference. 136 46. Stop Valuation Grouping Code Message. 138 47. Configure Purchasing Account Assignment Categories. 141 48. Post Purchase Price Variance to Purchasing. 144 49. Set Up Default Values for Product Cost Collectors. 146 50. Understanding Process versus Production Orders. 149 51. Set Up Valuated Sales Order Stock. 151 52. Implementing Valuated Sales Order Stock. 153 53. Calculate Total, Production, and Planning Variance. 156 54. Configure Work in Process and Product Cost Collectors. 158 55. Set Up Results Analysis. 161 56. Fix Settlement Issues with Settlement and Processing Types. 164 57. Understand Assembly Scrap Basics. 167 58. Plan and Work With Component and Assembly Scrap. 170 59. Understanding Operation Scrap Basics. 173 60. Set the Purchase Order Deletion Flag. 176 61. Set the Production Order Deletion Flag. 179 62. Reduce Period-End Processing Time with the Product Cost Collector Deletion Flag. 181 63. Allow Movement Types in a Test System. 184 64. Set Up the Main Subcontracting Process Steps. 186 65. Run Different Inventory Aging Reports. 189 66. Value Inventory at the Lowest Price. 191 67. Change Valuation Class with Inventory. 195 68. Control Movement Type Account Determination. 198 69. Change Local Currency Types in a Test System. 201 70. Remove the Tax Warning Message. 203 Part 6. Material Ledger. 205 71. Perform Multiple Valuations with the Material Ledger. 207 72. Actual Costing with the Material Ledger. 210 73. Period-End Closing with the Material Ledger. 213 74. Convert Material Master Data during Startup. 217 75. Convert Purchase Order History Data during Startup. 219 76. Perform Reconciliation during Production Startup. 221 77. Preparing for Production Startup. 224 78. Perform Post Conversion Activities. 227 79. Activate the Actual Cost Component Split. 230 80. Deactivating the Material Ledger. 233 81. Assessing Purchase Price Variance to Manufacturing Orders. 236 Part 7. Profitability Analysis. 239 82. Understanding Data Storage Tables. 241 83. Using Account- versus Costing-Based CO-PA. 243 84. Map Condition Types to Value Fields. 246 85. Define Statistical Condition Types for Profitability Analysis. 248 86. Map Manual Account Adjustments. 251 87. Adjust Condition Values with Interface Sign Logic. 253 88. Perform Valuation by Cost Estimates. 256 89. Settle Production Variances to CO-PA. 258 90. Create Summarization Levels for Better Reporting. 261 91. Display Mapped Postings with the Customizing Monitor. 263 92. Set Up Valuation Costing Keys. 265 93. Modify Additional Fields for Sales Order Reporting. 268 Part 8. Controlling General. 273 94. Delete Controlling Areas. 275 95. Open and Close Accounting Periods. 277 96. Lock Planned and Actual Transactions. 280 97. Closing Materials Management Periods. 282 98. Add Object Services to Sales Orders. 284 99. Using Implementation Guide Shortcuts. 286 100. Finding Answers to Frequently Asked Questions. 288 Part 9. Information System. 273 101. Display Line Items Directly in Reports. 293 102. Detailed Reports. 295 103. Create and Report on Summarization Hierarchies. 297 104. Display Variance Analysis in Prior Periods. 299 105. Provide Detailed Reporting with Origin Groups. 302 106. Add Cost Component Groups to Cost Components. 304 107. Display a List of Product Cost Collectors. 306 108. Display Data Directly with Data Browser. 308 109. Drill Down to Display Table Content. 310 110. Using Wildcard Search Options. 312 . Glossary. 315 . Bibliography. 337 . Additional Resources. 339 . The Author. 343 . Index. 345

Produktinformationen

Titel: Controlling with SAP
Untertitel: 100 Things You Should Know About
Autor:
EAN: 9781493212002
ISBN: 978-1-4932-1200-2
Format: Kartonierter Einband
Herausgeber: Rheinwerk
Genre: Netzwerke
Anzahl Seiten: 369
Gewicht: g
Größe: H229mm x B175mm
Jahr: 2014
Auflage: 2. A.