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SAP-FI-CO

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SAP FICO is the Finance and Cost controlling module in SAP ERP where FI stands for Financial Accounting and CO stands for Controlling.

About Faculties

SAP FICO TRAINING

  1. Mr. VISWANATH is a post-graduate in management and SAP Certified FI-CO  and S/4 HANA 1709 Professional Consultant with excellent academic history.
  2. Mr. VISWANATH is a leading Faculty in twin cities for SAP FICO & Simple Finance and   Projects
  3. Having 15 years of rich SAP Experience and in-depth domain knowledge
  4. Worked in various projects in different verticals.
  5. Trained Lot of aspirants and groomed their career in SAP.
  6. Gives comprehensive training in all areas of SAP FICO Module with real-time scenarios.
  7. Follows the best training methods which are highly proved in the industry.
  8. Enables the learners to generate self-motivation for learning and provides a clear input explaining the subject being covered and how to apply it.
  9. Constantly focuses on the new developments in the industry to make sure that the learners are aware of them.
  10. Follows a strategic and systematic approach in designing the curriculum and delivering it.
  11. Being a passionate trainer, he has the ability to assess each individual learner and make them realize their strengths and weakness.
  12. Grooms every learner as a consultant to meet the expectations of the SAP industry.
  13. Provides complete domain expertise which is one of the essential elements for an SAP functional consultant.
  14. The first consultant started giving SAP FICO Training in Hyderabad.
  15. His passion for training made him something special in the industry.
  16. Mr. VISWANATH has trained no. of students and placed more than students in big MNC’s such as IBMWIPROTCSACCENTURETECH MAHINDRACAPGEMINIIGATE, L&T, PROCESS VIEWER, Thomson and many more

Course Content

SAP FICO TRAINING

Introduction

  1. Introduction to ERP, Advantages of SAP over other ERP Packages
  2. Introduction to SAP R/3 – S/4 HANA Finance
  3. Introduction to G/L (NEW G/L), A/R, A/P, AA.
  4. Introduction to Banking and Treasury Management.
  5. Introduction to CEA, CCA, EC- PCA, CO-PA and PC.

        II. Financial Accounting Basic Settings:

  1. Set Countries and Currencies, Region, Language, Calendar, Quotations, Exchange Rate Type, Exchange Rate, Exchange rate spreads.
  2. Creation and assignment of company and company code
  3. Creation of business area, Consolidation Business area, Functional Area, Financial Management Area, Segment and Credit Control Area.
  4. Creating Leading, Non- Leading and Rep Ledger.
  5. Defining and assignment of fiscal year variant
  6. Defining and assignment of posting period variant
  7. Defining open and closing posting periods
  8. Defining document type & number ranges
  9. Define Posting Keys.
  10. Tolerance Groups Define & Assign.
  11. Maintenance and assignment of field status variants
  12. Defining and assignment of tolerance groups of employees
  13. Taxes on Sales & Purchases (Basic Settings)
  14. Creation of Chart of Accounts
  15. Defining Accounts Groups
  16. Defining Retained Earnings Account.
  17. Defining tolerance groups for G/I accounts. reversal of cleared items and reversal of accrual and deferral documents.

III. General Ledger Accounting:

  1. Creation of General Ledger Master (with and without reference)
  2. LSMW- Legacy System Migration Workbench.
  3. Display/Change/Block/Unblock of general ledger master
  4. Creation of Account assignment model and posting
  5. Defining Recurring entry document, Run Schedule, Run Dates and posting
  6. Creation of Sample Document and posting
  7. Validations and Substitutions
  8. Parallel Currencies (Various Methods)
  9. Defining Exchange Rate types and Translation ratios
  10. Define Exchange rates &  posting of foreign currency transactions
  11. Interest Configuration (Balance Interest).
  12. Configuration of line layouts for the display of GL line items.
  13. Create Screen Layouts.

Testing:

  1. Document Entry posting normal postings posting with reference
  2. Display and change of documents.
  3. Display of GL balances and Line items
  4. Parked documents & hold documents
  5. Reversal of individual documents, mass reversal,

 

         IV. Bank Configuration.

  1. House Bank.
  2. Bank account interest calculation
  3. Cash Journal.
  4. Validations For Cash Journal.
  5. Substitutions for Cash Journal.
  6. Lockbox Principles
  7. Bank Reconciliation Statements.
  • Automatic Bank Reconciliation.
  • Manual Bank Reconciliation.
  1. Various Methods of Bank Reconciliation Statement
    • Multicast
    • BAi 1

   V. Testing

  1. Individual check payment.
  2. Manual check payment.
  3. Check registrar.
  4. Check encashment
  5. Validation Principles for Check Management

VI.  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. Item Interest Configuration.
  5. Down Payment Receive.
  6. Bills Receivable.
  7. Customer Terms.
  8. Customer Discounts & Types.
  9. Reserve for Bad-debts.
  10. Risk Management.
  11. Configuration of settings for Dunning.
  12. Automatic Clearing.

       VII. Reserve For Bad debts. (RBD)

  1. Basic Settings
  2. Master Data.

 

       VIII. Accounts Payable

  1. Creation of vendor account groups and assignment of number ranges
  2. Creation of vendor master (display/change/block/unblock of vender master)
  3. Creation of tolerance group for venders
  4. Item Interest Configuration.
  5. Down Payment paid.
  6. Bills payable.
  7. Terms of Payment.
  8. Vendor Discounts.
  9. Creation of house banks and account ids.
  10. Creation of check lots and maintenance of check register
  11. Configuration of automatic payment program
  12. Defining correspondence & party statement of accounts.
  13. Automatic Clearing.

 

  IX. Taxes

1. Input Tax.

2. Output Tax.

3. Excise Tax. (In-depth)

4. Service

5. Customs Tax

6. Professional tax

7. Withholding Tax.

8. Global Taxes.

9. GST (In-depth)

 

Testing.

  1. Posting of customer transactions (sales invoice posting, payment posting, debit memo).
  2. Settings for advance payment from parties (down payment).
  3. Defining correspondence & party statement of accounts.
  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. Payment to vendors through APP.
  8. Asset under Construction.

Xii. Data Migration

1. LSMW – Legacy System Migration Workbench.

 

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. The 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.

Testing.

  1. Asset Purchase Posting.
  2. Sale of Asset.
  3. Transfer of Asset.
  4. The scrapping of Asset.

IX. Cross- Company Code Transactions.

     X. Integration with MM.

  1. Movement types.
  2. Valuation class.
  3. Valuation area.
  4. Process key.
  5. Valuation grouping.
  6. Material types.
  7. Define plant.
  8. Define division.
  9. Maintain storage location.
  10. Maintain purchasing organization.
  11. Assign plant to company code.
  12. Assign business area to plant/valuation area and division.
  13. Assign purchasing organization to company code.
  14. Creation of material group.
  15. Maintain company code for material management.
  16. Define the attributes of material types.
  17. Set a tolerance group for purchase orders.
  18. Set tolerance limits group for goods receipt.
  19. Plant parameters.
  20. Maintain default values for tax codes.
  21. Set tolerance limits for goods receipt.
  22. Plant parameters.
  23. Maintain default values for tax codes.
  24. Set tolerance limits for invoice verification.
  25. Define automatic status change.
  26. Group together valuation areas.
  1. Configure automatic posting.
  2. Document type & number ranges.
  3. Material master creation.
  4. To open material periods.

Testing:

  1. Purchase order creation.
  2. Goods receipts.
  3. Invoices verification.
  4. Goods issue for consumption.
  5. Display material ledger.
  6. Display material document.
  • Integration with SD.
  1. Define sales organization.
  2. Define distribution channel.
  3. Define shipping point.
  4. Assign sales organization to company code.
  5. Assign distribution channel to sales organization.
  6. Assign division to sales organization.
  7. Setup sales area.
  8. Assign sales organization distribution channel plant.
  9. Define rules by sales area.
  10. Assign shipping point to plant.
  11. Define pricing procedure determination.
  12. Define tax determination rules.
  13. Assignment of accounts for automatic postings.
  14. Setup partner determination.
  15. Assign shipping points.
  16. Creation of condition types.

Testing:

  1. Sales order creation.
  2. Delivery.
  3. Billing document.
  • Transport Requests.
  • User Creation.
  1. Create users.
  2. Role Authorizations.
  3. Assign Tolerance to Users.
  • FI/ SD Credit Management.
  1. Define credit controlling areas.
  2. Decentralized credit management.
  3. Central credit management.
  4. Credit controlling are currency central organization.
  5. Assigning credit controlling are company codes.
  6. Assigning customer credit controlling.
  7. Creating credit data.
  8. Resetting credit limit.
  9. Postings without credit limit checks.
  10. Automatic credit control.
  • integration with HR.
  1. Define symbolic accounts.
  2. Defining wages types.
  3. Mapping wages types to symbolic Accounts.
  4. Mapping symbolic accounts to G/L Accounts.
  5. Payroll posting with amount of changes.
  6. Reverse posting.
  7. Check completeness.
  8. Utilizing the payment program.
  • Cutover Activities.

1. Inventory Takeover.

2. Receivable Takeover.

3. Payable Takeover.

4. Asset Takeover.

5. Other GL Takeover.

  • Final Preparation.
  1. Define Financial Statement Version.
  2. Balance carry forward Balances.
  3. Month ending Activities.
  4. Structure of Account Balances.
  5. FICO Tables.
  • Reports.
  1. Financial statement version.
  2. General Ledger, Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Assets Reports.
  3. User Define Reports.

CONTROLLING

 

  • Basic settings for controlling
  1. Maintain Controlling Area.
  2. Activate control indicators/ components.
  3. Defining Number ranges for Controlling Area.
  4. Maintain Planning Versions.
  • Cost Element Accounting.
  1. Creation of Primary and Secondary Cost Elements.
  2. Creation of Cost Element Groups.
  3. 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. Statistical Internal Order.
  2. Real Internal Order.
  3. Defining order types.
  4. Creation of internal orders.
  5. Planning of internal orders.
  6. Postings to internal order.
  7. 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.
  • Commitment Management.
  • Budgetary Control
  • Cash Flow.
  1. Direct Method.
  2. Indirect Method
  • Product Costing.
  1. Define Cost Sheet.
  2. Define cost component structure.
  3. Define MRP controller.
  4. Define production controller.
  5. Create bill of material.
  6. Creation of work center.
  7. Creation of routing.
  8. Creation of cost estimate with quality structure.
  • Profitability Analysis.
  1. Defining the operating concern.
  2. Define profitability segment characteristics.
  3. Activating the profitability analysis.
  4. Creation of data structures.
  5. Follow of actual values.
  6. Creation of reports.
  7. Execution of reports.
  8. Define forms.

Real Time Concepts:

  1. SAP Methodology.
  2. LSMW – Legacy System Migration Workbench.

(Batch Input, IDOC, BAPI)

  1. Data Migration, LSMW, BDC, ALE/EDI and IDOCS.
  2. Controlling (In depth).
  3. SAP Query.
  4. Transport Request Creation and Release.
  5. Tickets.
  6. FAQS.

CIN

part 1

  1. Enterprise Structure IN FICO, SD & MM
  2. Financial accounting global settings & mm settings
  3. Partner Determination-SAP CIN Training
  4.  Master data of GL , customer ,vendor , material ,
  5.  Transaction postings – Procure 2 pay & order 2 cash

PART-2 (VAT/ CST/SERVICE TAX) – PROCEDURES

  1. Difference between TAXINJ & TAXINN
  2. Condition types
  3. Condition table-SAP CIN Training
  4. Access sequences
  5. Calculation Procedure
  6. Check and Change Settings for Tax Processing
  7. Define Tax Codes for Sales and Purchases
  8. Define Tax Accounts
  9. Assign Tax Codes for Non-Taxable Transactions
  10. Transaction postings – In Fico, Procure 2 pay & order 2 cash

PART-3 (WITHHOLDING TAX – TDS / TCS)

  1. Basic Settings
  2. Withholding Tax Keys
  3. Business Places
  4. Withholding Tax Type
  5. Withholding Tax Code
  6. Surcharges-SAP CIN Training
  7. Accounts for Withholding Tax
  8. Certificate Numbering for Withholding Tax
  9. Remittance Challans
  10. Withholding Tax Certificates for Vendors and Customers

PART-4 (EXCISE)

Basic Settings:

  • Pricing procedure
  • Maintain Excise Registrations
  • Maintain Company Code Settings
  • Maintain Plant Settings
  • Maintain Excise Groups
  • Maintain Series Groups
  • Maintain Excise Duty Indicators
  • Maintain Excise Defaults
  • Assign Tax Code to Company Codes

Master Data

  • Maintain Chapter IDs
  • J1ID-SAP CIN Training
  • Account Determination
  • Specify G/L Accounts per Excise Transaction
  • Specify Excise Accounts per Excise Transaction

Settings in SD

  • Assign Billing Types to Delivery Types
  • Maintain Default Excise Groups and Series Groups
  • ARE1-Procedure
  • Number Range

SAP MM CIN ONLINE TRAINING COURSE CONTENT:

SECTION 1: OVERVIEW

  • Introduction to ERP
  • Navigation System-wide
  • Concepts Enterprise Structure

 

SECTION 2: PROCESSES IN PROCUREMENT

  • Basics of Procurement Process
  • Purchase Requisition / Indent Processing
  • Request for Quotation and Quotation Processing
  • Procurement of Stock Material-SAP CIN Training
  • Procurement of Consumable Material
  • Procurement of External Services
  • Blanket / Framework Procurement
  • Reporting in MM Section

SECTION 3: MASTER DATA

  • Material Master / Service Master
  • Vendor Master
  • Purchase Info Record
  • Quota Arrangement
  • Source List
  • Condition Records

SECTION 4: MATERIALS PLANNING

Basics

Planning Run

Lot-Size Calculation-SAP CIN Training

Reorder Point Planning

SECTION 5: PURCHASING DETAILS & OPTIMIZATION

  • Introduction to Purchasing Details
  • Contracts / Outline Agreements
  • Source Determination

SECTION 6: INVENTORY MANAGEMENT / PHYSICAL INVENTORY

  • Inventory Management: Overview
  • Goods Receipts-SAP CIN Training
  • Reservations and Goods Issues-SAP CIN Training
  • Stock Transfers and Transfer Postings
  • Physical Inventory Management

SECTION 7: SPECIAL PROCESSES / PROCUREMENT

  • Consignment
  • Subcontracting
  • Pipeline Process

SECTION 8: VALUATION & ACCOUNT DETERMINATION

  • Introduction to Material Valuation-SAP CIN Training
  • Valuation and Account Assignment / Automatic Account Determination
  • Material Price Changes

SECTION 9: INVOICE VERIFICATION

  • Introduction to Invoice Verification
  • Basic Invoice Verification Procedure
  • Variances and Blocking Reasons
  • Invoice Reduction
  • Invoices for POs with Account Assignment
  • Delivery Costs
  • Subsequent Debits/Credits
  • Credit Memos and Reversals
  • ERS
  • Releasing Blocked Invoices
  • GR/IR Account Maintenance
  • Customizing for Invoice Verification

SECTION 10: CLASSIFICATION & RELATED AREAS IN MM CLASSIFICATION

  • Document Release (Approval) Procedure
  • Batch Management overview

SECTION 11: ASAP

  • ASAP Overview Implementation Roadmap

SECTION 12: PROJECTS OVERVIEW  

  • Implementation Projects
  • Support Projects
  • Enhancement / Re engineering Projects
  • Roll Out Projects-SAP CIN Training
  • Up gradation Projects

SECTION 13: RICEF OBJECTS

  • Reports
  • Interfaces
  • Conversions
  • Enhancements
  • Forms

SECTION 14: REAL TIME SCENARIOS

  • Introduction to LSMW
  • Introduction to Tables / Customer Exits / Badi’s
  • Introduction to Support Tools
  • Resolving Tickets
  • Interview Questions

Unit-1 (Introduction)

  1. GST Overview
  2. Impact on SAP
  3. Pre-Requisite Approach
  4. SAP Solution Release

Unit-2 (Organization Data)

  1. HSN & SAC Codes
  2. GST Tax A/C

Unit- 3 (Master Data)

  1. Service Master
  2. Vendor Master
  3. Customer Master
  4. Material Master

Unit -4 (Tax & Pricing Procedure)

  1. Procurement (P2P)
  2. Sales (OTC)

Unit- 5 (Business Process)

  1. Inward Tax
  2. Outward Tax
  3. Special Scenario –STO
  4. Special Scenario – Subcontracting
  5. Finance Scenario

UNIT- 6 (GST Implementation)

  1. GST Implementation Study
  2. GST Implementation Plan
  3. GST Implementation Testing
  4. GSTImplementation Cut-over

Uint-7 (Appendices)

  1. SAP Notes
  2. FAQ

Unit-8 (Appendices)

  1. SAP GST JAMPAGE
  2. FAQ

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