Co-PA in SAP S/4HANA Finance
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Co-PA in SAP S/4HANA Finance : Business Processes, Functionality, and Configuration

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SAP S/4HANA Finance has transformed the CO-PA landscape. Learn about the updates and developments to profitability analysis in SAP S/4HANA Finance, and then configure your new system with step-by-step instructions and screenshots. Start with the basics: master data, actual value flow, and data enrichment. Then learn how to migrate your existing SAP ERP data into SAP S/4HANA Finance. The future of CO-PA with SAP is here. a. The Basics - Explore the business and technical underpinnings of profitability analysis: the difference between cost-based versus account-based CO-PA, order settlement, variance calculations, and cost center assessments. b. Step-by-Step Instructions - Follow process-oriented steps for configuring and using CO-PA for master and organizational data, moving data through your system, using characteristics, planning, and reporting. c. Migration Strategy- Learn how to migrate your existing data from SAP ERP, and to SAP S/4HANA Finance. Devise a strategy that fits the considerations of your business requirements.
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Product details

  • Hardback | 375 pages
  • 182.88 x 231.14 x 25.4mm | 725.75g
  • SAP Press
  • Maryland, United States
  • English
  • 1493215345
  • 9781493215348
  • 1,030,721

Table of contents

... Introduction ... 11

... Target Group ... 11

... Objective and Content ... 11

... Acknowledgments ... 13

1 ... Introduction to SAP S/4HANA Finance ... 15

1.1 ... SAP S/4HANA Finance: History and Development ... 15

1.2 ... What Is SAP S/4HANA? ... 18

1.3 ... Advantages of SAP S/4HANA Finance ... 30

1.4 ... Changes for Profitability Analysis ... 32

1.5 ... Conclusion ... 33

2 ... Overview of Profitability Analysis ... 35

2.1 ... Introduction ... 35

2.2 ... Costing-Based Profitability Analysis ... 37

2.3 ... Account-Based Profitability Analysis ... 43

2.4 ... Comparing Account-Based and Costing-Based Profitability Analysis ... 47

2.5 ... Conclusion ... 50

3 ... Basic Settings ... 51

3.1 ... Creating the Operating Concern ... 51

3.2 ... Currencies ... 64

3.3 ... Number Ranges ... 69

3.4 ... Versions ... 74

3.5 ... Characteristics ... 76

3.6 ... Value Fields ... 107

3.7 ... Quantity Fields ... 114

3.8 ... Transporting the Operating Concern ... 119

3.9 ... Summary ... 122

4 ... Actual Value Flow ... 123

4.1 ... Introduction ... 123

4.2 ... Sales Order Stock ... 125

4.3 ... Billing Data Transfer ... 135

4.4 ... Costs of Goods Manufactured in Profitability Analysis ... 153

4.5 ... Splitting the Cost of Goods Sold ... 163

4.6 ... Variance Calculation ... 167

4.7 ... Order Settlement ... 189

4.8 ... Cost Center Assessment ... 200

4.9 ... Direct Account Assignment ... 221

4.10 ... Summary ... 226

5 ... Enriching Data ... 227

5.1 ... Enriching Data: Characteristics ... 227

5.2 ... Transferring Costings to Profitability Analysis ... 252

5.3 ... Summary ... 268

6 ... Planning in Profitability Analysis in SAP S/4HANA Finance ... 269

6.1 ... Changes for Planning with SAP S/4HANA Finance ... 269

6.2 ... Planning in Costing-Based Profitability Analysis ... 271

6.3 ... Summary ... 284

7 ... Reporting in Profitability Analysis in SAP S/4HANA Finance ... 285

7.1 ... Changes for Reporting with SAP S/4HANA Finance ... 285

7.2 ... Reporting in Costing-Based Profitability Analysis ... 293

7.3 ... Summary ... 303

8 ... Migrating to SAP S/4HANA Finance ... 305

8.1 ... Migration Scenarios ... 306

8.2 ... Preparing the Migration ... 307

8.3 ... Migration Process ... 308

8.4 ... Central Finance ... 311

8.5 ... Summary ... 313

9 ... Outlook ... 315

9.1 ... Multicurrency Concept (SAP S/4HANA Finance 1605) ... 316

9.2 ... SAP Fiori 2.0 ... 317

9.3 ... Accelerated Closings ... 318

9.4 ... Statistical Conditions ... 318

9.5 ... Sales Order Stock ... 318

9.6 ... Realignments ... 319

9.7 ... Migrating Profitability Analysis ... 319

... Appendices ... 321

A ... Changes to the Data Model ... 323

B ... Additional Sources of Information ... 325

C ... The Author ... 327

... Index ... 329
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