SAP FICO – Hands on training certification.

This page is intended to serve as a starting point for everyone those who are just curious about SAP FI (Financial Accounting) and wants to enter high demanding SAP FICO or FI career.(Enterprise Resource Planning) system consists of a number of modules. Each of the modules covers certain business area of a company that uses SAP.  SAP system offers vast functional capabilities and opportunities for customization. For this reason, functional SAP consultants are usually proficient in only one or two of these modules. They are also often getting certified in their areas of expertise. SAP FI is one of those modules and it was designed to facilitate the following business processes in an enterprise:

  • General Ledger (FI-GL)
  • Accounts Payable (FI-AP)
  • Accounts Receivable (FI-AR)
  • Bank Accounting (FI-BL)
  • Asset Accounting (FI-AA)
  • Funds Management (FI-FM)
  • Travel Management (FI-TV)
  • Special Purpose Ledger (FI-SL)

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Class no SAP FI DETAILS
1 Introduction to ERP 1. Origin of ERP
2. ERP Products
3. Advantages of ERP
1 Introduction to SAP 1. Overview of Technical, Functional Modules
2. SAP R/3 Architecture
3. Life Cycle of SAP
4. Introduction to User Interface
2 Enterprise Structure and Global Settings 1. Creation of Company, Company Codes
2. Business Area, Consolidated business area
3. Fiscal Year, Posting Period, Posting Keys
4. Document Number range, Document type
5. Tolerance Group
6. Field Status Group
3 General Ledger Accounting 1. Chart of Accounts
2. Account Groups
3. Retained earnings account
4. Creation of GL accounts
5. Posing of GL entries
6. Holding, parking and posting of documents
7. Reversal of documents
8. Reference Documents
4 Accounts Receivable 1. Defining Customer master records
2. Posting Invoices & Payments
3. Partial and full payment
4. Down Payment received & setting off entries
5. Tax on Sales/ Purchase
6. Foreign Currency Valuation
7. Dunning to customers
5 Accounts Payable 1. Defining Vendor master records
2. Posting Invoices & Payments
3. Down Payment made & setting off entries
4. Automatic Payment Program??
6 Asset Accounting 1. Chart of depreciation
2. Defining Asset Master Records
3. Integration with General Ledger
4. Asset class
5. Asset creation7. Depreciation posting
8. Retirement of an Assets
6 Cash Management 1. Cash journal entries (Petty Cash)
2. Bank Statements
6 Controlling 1. Controlling Area Settings
2. Number range to controlling documents
7 Cost Element Accounting 1. Automatic creation of Cost Elements
2. Individual creation of Cost Elements
7 Cost Center Accounting 1. Creation of Cost Center, Planning
2. Posting of cost into cost center
3. Manual reposting of cost
4. Distribution and assessment
8 Internal Order Accounting 1. Order Type, Number range
2. Creation of order, Planning & Posting
3. Defining settlement rules
4. Final settlement of Internal order
8 Profit Center Accounting 1. Settings for Profit Center
2. Creation of Profit Center, Planning
3. Posting of revenues
4. Distribution and Assessment
8 Proctor Exam Preparation Guidelines

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