accounts receivable

  • FIAR50RF - SAP Accounts Receivable Accounting

    Level:

    Refresher

    Duration:

    0.5 Day

    Outlines:

    As an integral part of the sales management cycle Financial Accounting Accounts Receivable application component records and manages accounting data for all customer.

    As a result of its close integration with the Sales and Distribution component, Financial Accounting Accounts Receivable provides the data required for effective Credit Management. Through the
    link to Cash Management, Financial Accounting Accounts Receivable represents an important information for the optimization of liquidity planning.

    You will learn a range of tools available for documenting the transactions that occur in Accounts Receivable. You will master how to work with customer records, balances and line items; post, search and display customer documents; post customer payments, and run financial reports such as A/R Info systems, Customer balances, Customer lists.

    Goals & Objectives:

    • Perform the main AR Business functions
    • Extract relevant reports and information from the system
    • Understand SD to AR processes in SAP R/3
    • Gain an overview of integration of AR with other areas and modules in the SAP R/3 systems

    Recommended Prerequisite:

    • Basic SAP Skills
    • Business Processes in Financial Accounting
    • A general understanding of financial accounting term

    Release:

    ECC 6.0 EHP4

    Audience:

    • End users
    • IT/Business analysts
    • Project team members

    Content:

    • Introduction
    • Master Data; controls & procedures
    • Invoices and Credit Notes
    • Credit Management
    • Receipts and Cash
    • Inquires, Correspondence & Reporting
    • Dunning
    • Special Topics

    Focus:

    • Overview
    • Invoice Posting Aids
    • Payment Receipts
    • Dunning
    • Reporting
  • FIAR51 - SAP Accounts Receivables Accounting

    Level:

    Level I Essentials

    Duration:

    2 Days

    Outlines:

    As an integral part of the sales management cycle Financial Accounting Accounts Receivable application component records and manages accounting data for all customer.

    As a result of its close integration with the Sales and Distribution component, Financial Accounting Accounts Receivable provides the data required for effective Credit Management. Through the
    link to Cash Management, Financial Accounting Accounts Receivable represents an important information for the optimization of liquidity planning.

    You will learn a range of tools available for documenting the transactions that occur in Accounts Receivable. You will master how to work with customer records, balances and line items; post, search and display customer documents; post customer payments, and run financial reports such as A/R Info systems, Customer balances, Customer lists.

    Goals & Objectives:

    • Perform the main AR Business functions
    • Extract relevant reports and information from the system
    • Understand SD to AR processes in SAP R/3
    • Gain an overview of integration of AR with other areas and modules in the SAP R/3 systems

    Recommended Prerequisite:

    • Basic SAP Skills
    • Business Processes in Financial Accounting
    • A general understanding of financial accounting term

    Release:

    ECC 6.0 EHP4

    Audience:

    • End users
    • IT/Business analysts
    • Project team members

    Content:

    • Introduction
    • Master Data; controls & procedures
    • Invoices and Credit Notes
    • Credit Management
    • Receipts and Cash
    • Inquires, Correspondence & Reporting
    • Dunning
    • Special Topics

    Focus:

    • Credit Management
    • Invoice Processing
    • Manual Payment Processing
    • Customer Communication
    • Reporting
  • FIAR52 - SAP Accounts Receivable Accounting

    Level:

    Level II Advanced

    Duration:

    3 Days

    Outlines:

    As an integral part of the sales management cycle Financial Accounting Accounts Receivable application component records and manages accounting data for all customer.

    As a result of its close integration with the Sales and Distribution component, Financial Accounting Accounts Receivable provides the data required for effective Credit Management. Through the
    link to Cash Management, Financial Accounting Accounts Receivable represents an important information for the optimization of liquidity planning.

    You will learn a range of tools available for documenting the transactions that occur in Accounts Receivable. You will master how to work with customer records, balances and line items; post, search and display customer documents; post customer payments, and run financial reports such as A/R Info systems, Customer balances, Customer lists.

    Goals & Objectives:

    • Perform the main AR Business functions
    • Extract relevant reports and information from the system
    • Understand SD to AR processes in SAP R/3
    • Gain an overview of integration of AR with other areas and modules in the SAP R/3 systems

    Recommended Prerequisite:

    • Basic SAP Skills
    • Business Processes in Financial Accounting
    • A general understanding of financial accounting term

    Release:

    ECC 6.0 EHP4

    Audience:

    • End users
    • IT/Business analysts
    • Project team members

    Content:

    • Introduction
    • Master Data; controls & procedures
    • Invoices and Credit Notes
    • Credit Management
    • Receipts and Cash
    • Inquires, Correspondence & Reporting
    • Dunning
    • Special Topics

    Levels (*):

    • Level II*: includes a case study which will help visualize the business flows, apply the techniques in the class and have practical take-aways to implement in your business environment.

    Focus:

    • + Level I
    • Case Study
    • Bills of Exchange
    • Bad Debts
    • Dunning