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1. Introduction of ERP:
A. Overview of ERP Concept, B. ERP Projects, C. ASAP methodology, and Business Blue Print Creation, D. ERP Modules, E. Why ERP FI/CO, L. ERP FI/CO organization structure, M. Functional Requirement Specification, N. Creation of Industry Print. O. Real Time Functionality of ERP, P. Solution Manager, Q. ERP LandScape,+“

2. General Settings:
A. Defining Country, B. Defining Regions, C. Defining Currency, and D. Defining Calenders.

3. Enterprise Structure:
A. Definition, B. Assignment,

4. Financial Accounting Global settings:
A. Fiscal year, B. Posting Periods, C. Document Number ranges, D. Document Types, E. Posting keys, Field Status variant, F. Screen variant for document processing, G. Tolerances groups for employees, H. Default values for document entry,

5. General Ledger Accounting:
A. Chart of accounts, B. Account groups, C. Retained Earnings Account, D. G/L accounts creation/editing/processing, E. Tolerances for G/l account clearings, F. G/L document entry, Reference Documents(Sample documents, Recurring Entry documents, A/c Assignment Model )

ASAP TECHNOLOGY connecting resources
E – 13, Market Lane, Hauz Khas Market, Block E, Hauz Khas, Delhi 110016. Phone – 011 4705 0149, +91 95992 95214

6. Accounts Receivables:
A. Screen layout for customer a/c groups, B. Customer number ranges, C. Reconciliation a/c for A/R, Integration of A/R with G/L D. Tolerances for Customers, E. Customer master data creation and maintaining, F. Customer/Outgoing/Sales invoices, G. Customer credit memo/Sales returned,

7. Accounts Payables:
A. Screen layout for Vendor groups, B. Vendor number ranges, C. Reconciliation a/c for A/P, Integration of A/P with G/L D. Tolerances for Vendors, E. Vendor master data creation and maintaining, F. Vendor/Incoming/Purchase invoices, G. Vendor credit memo/Purchase returned entry.

8. Manual payments:
A. Incoming Payments(Standard, Partial,and Residual) B. Outgoing Payments(Standard, Partial,and Residual) C. Overpayment/Underpayment, D. Payment terms, E. Bad Debts, and Discounts, F. Cheque Printing.

9. Automatic Payments:
A. House Banks, B. Check/Cheque Lots, C. Void Reasons, D. Automatic Payment Program. E. Payment Methods, F. Run automatic program. G. Printing the Payment Summary, H. Printing the Payment Advice.

12. Cash Journal:
A. Configuration for Cash Journal, B. Cash Journal Setup, C. Defining Business Transaction Types, D. Cash Receiving, E. Cash Payments, and F. Cheque Receiving.

ASAP TECHNOLOGY connecting resources
E – 13, Market Lane, Hauz Khas Market, Block E, Hauz Khas, Delhi 110016. Phone – 011 4705 0149, +91 95992 95214

13. Special G/L Transactions:
A. Down Payments Made, B. Down Payments Received, C. Bills of Exchange, and D. Cross Company code transactions/Inter Company Code Transactions.

14. Tax on Sales/Purchase(VAT and GST):
A. Input Tax, B. Output Tax, and C. Automatic Accounts Assignment for Tax. D. GST(Goods and Service Tax)

15. Extended Withholding Tax:
A. W/Tax Keys, B. W/Tax Types, C. W/Tax Codes, D. Minimum/Maximum Amounts, E. Certificate Numberings, F. Calculation of Service Tax, TDS, Cess, etc….

16. Assets Accounting:
A. Chart of Depreciation, B. Account determination, C. Screen Layouts, D. Depreciation areas, E. Depreciation Calculation methods, F. Depreciation Key, G. Assets Creation and Maintenance, H. Assets Transfer, I. Assets Acquisition, J. Assets Retirements, K. Assets Scrapping, L. Ordinary/Accumulated Depreciation, and M. Reports on Assets Accounting.

17. Financial Statement versions:
A. Creation of FSV, B. Balance Sheet and P&L Statement, C. Comparisons,

18. Integrations:
A. Integration with CO Module, B. Integration with SD Module, C. Integration with MM Module, D. Integration with HRM Module.

ASAP TECHNOLOGY connecting resources
E – 13, Market Lane, Hauz Khas Market, Block E, Hauz Khas, Delhi 110016. Phone – 011 4705 0149, +91 95992 95214

19. Reporting:
A. G/L Reports, B. Accounts Receivables Reports, C. Accounts Payables Reports, D. Fixed Assets reports.

20. Closing:
A. Closing Balances/ Opening Balances, B. Balance Carry forward, 21. Data Upload: A. LSMW B. BDC C.BAPI

22. New Ledger Configuration:
1. Steps for Activating the New Ledger and Defining Ledgers, 2. Defining Currency Of Leading Ledgers and defining Segment, 3. Defining Document Splitting Char. For GL Accounting, 4. Steps for Activating Document Splitting, 5. Specifying Account Assignment Types For Objects, 6. Defining Account Determination For Real Time Integration, 7. Defining Document Splitting Characteristics For Controlling, 8. Defining Post Capitalization Of Cash Discounts For Assets, 9. Defining and Assigning Variants For Real Time Integration to Company Codes, 10. Classifying G/L Accounts For Document Splitting, 11. Defining Valuation Area and Valuation Methods, 12. Assigning Scenarios And Customer Field To Ledgers , 13. Defining and Assigning Accounting Principles to Ledger Groups .

SAP Controlling Module

21. CO Enterprise Structure:
1. Controlling area, 2. Operating Concern, 3. Number Ranges, 4. CO Versions,

22. Cost Element Accounting:
1. Identifying Cost elements, 2. Primary Cost elements, 3. Secondary Cost Elements, 4. Manual creation of Cost elements, 5. Automatic creation of cost elements, 6. Cost element Groups, 7. Reconciliation Ledger,

ASAP TECHNOLOGY connecting resources
E – 13, Market Lane, Hauz Khas Market, Block E, Hauz Khas, Delhi 110016. Phone – 011 4705 0149, +91 95992 95214

23. Cost Center Accounting:
1. Cost Center Hierarchy, 2. Identifying Cost Centers, 3. Cost Center creation, 4. Performing changes in cost Centers,

24. Overviews:
1. Internal order accounting, 2. Profitability Analysis, 3. profit Center accounting, 4. Investment Management.

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