SAP FICO Training

Course Name : SAP FICO

Faculty : Realtime Experience

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Highlights in our Training Service:

Every faculty has Real Time experiance .Trained Resources placed in countries like Australia, USA, UK, JAPAN, SWEDEN etc.Any critical issues faced by resource resolved using Teamviewer, webex.Supporting the resource with Top 100 Interview questions.Resume built in best corporate standards according to the job description.We will market the resume for top technolgy countries.After each week a status exam is conducted.offline online trainings are conducted everyday.Weekend trainings for job goers.flexible timings in accordance with the resource comfortability.If version related to any Tool is upgraded. We will send the upgraded information via email.we will develop the Aquintance with Production,development and testing environments.Real time scenarios covered accross Software Development Life Cycle.for every 10 hours One hour catered to resolve the doubts.Explaining bugs and critical issues and development activities 24*7 technical supports sevices.

Course Content:

Introduction to SAP R/3

1. Introduction to ERP, Advantages of SAP over other ERP Packages
2. Introduction to SAP R/3 FICO
Financial Accounting Basic Settings:
1. Creation and assignment of company and company code
2. Creation of business area
3. Defining and assignment of fiscal year variant
4. Defining and assignment of posting period variant
5. Defining open and closing posting periods
6. Defining document type & number ranges
7. Maintenance and assignment of field status variants
8. Defining and assignment of tolerance groups of employees
9. Taxes on Sales & Purchases (input & output)
10. Creation of chart of Accounts
11. Defining Accounts Groups
12. Defining Retained Earnings Account.
13. Defining tolerance groups for G/I accounts

General Ledger Accounting:

1. Creation of General Ledger Master (with and with out reference)
2. Display/Change/Block/Unblock of general ledger master
3. Document Entry posting normal postings posting with reference
4. Display and change of documents
5. Display of GL balances and Line items
6. Parked documents & hold documents
7. Creation of Sample Document and posting
8. Defining recurring entry document and posting
9. Creation of account assignment model and posting
10. Configuration of line layouts for display of GL line items
11. Reversal of individual documents, mass reversal , reversal of cleared items and reversal of accrual and deferral documents
12. Defining Exchange Rate types and Translation ratios
13. Define Exchange rates & posting of foreign currency transactions
14. Interest calculations on term loans

Accounts Payable:

1. Creation of vendor account groups and assignment of number ranges
2. Creation of tolerance group for venders
3. Creation of vendor master (display/change/block/unblock of vender master)
4. Posting of vendor transactions (invoice posting, payment posting, credit memo)
5. Settings for advance payments to parties (down payment) and clearing of down payment against invoices (special GL transactions)
6. Posting of partial Payment & Residual Payment
7. Creation of payment terms,
8. Creation of house banks and account ids.
9. Creation of check lots and maintenance of check register
10. Configuration of automatic payment program
11. Payment to vendors through APP
12. Un-issued & issued checks cancellation and reversal of issued checks.
13. Defining correspondence & party statement of accounts

Accounts receivable:

1. Creation of customer account groups and assignment of number ranges
2. Creation of tolerance group for customers
3. Creation of customer master (display/change/block/unblock of vender master)
4. Posting of customer transactions (sales invoice posting, payment posting, debit memo)
5. Settings for advance payment from parties (down payment)
6. Configuration of settings for dunning
7. Defining correspondence & party statement of accounts

Asset Accounting:

1. Defining chart of depreciation
2. Defining account determination, screen layout, number ranges and asset classes.
3. Integration with General Ledger & Posting rules
4. Creation of asset master and sub asset master (change/display/block/unblock)
5. Defining Depreciation key (base, declining, multilevel, period control methods)
6. Acquisition or purchase of assets, sale of assets
7. Scrapping of assets, Transfer of assets
8. Post Capitalization and write up
9. Depreciation run
10. Line Settle of assets under construction of capital work in progress

Reports:

1.Financial statement version
2. General Ledger, Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Assets Reports

CONTROLLING:

Basic settings for controlling
1. Defining Controlling Area
2. Defining Number ranges for Controlling Area
3. Maintain Planning Versions
4. Creation of Primary and Secondary Cost Elements
5. Creation of Cost Element Groups
6. primary cost element categories and secondary cost element categories

Cost Center Accounting:

1. Defining Cost Center Standard Hierarchy
2. Creation of Cost Centers and cost center groups
3. Planning for cost center, posting to cost centers
4. Repost of Costs
5. Overhead Calculation
6. Creation and Execution of Distribution Cycle
7. creation and execution of assessment cycles
8. cost center reports

Internal Orders:

1. Defining order types
2. Creation of internal orders
3. Planning of internal orders
4. Postings to internal order
5. Report of Variance analysis

Profit Center Accounting:

1. Basic Settings for Profit Center Accounting
2. Creation of Dummy Profit Centers
3. Maintaining versions for profit centers
4. Creation of profit centers and profit center groups
5. Creation of revenue cost elements
6. Automatic Assignment of Revenue elements for Profit Centers
7. Postings to profit centers, planning and variance reporting

Profitability analysis:

1. defining the operating concern
2. activating the profitability analysis
3. creation of data structures
4. fallow of actual values
5. creation of reports
6. Execution of reports.

 

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