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SAP Business One - Accounting

Skills Gained Outline the main financial accounting processes in SAP Business One Perform the main accounting and banking tasks in each financial process Manage accounting procedures with SAP...

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$2,601 USD
Course Code TB1100-v010
Duration 3 days
Available Formats Classroom
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Skills Gained

  • Outline the main financial accounting processes in SAP Business One
  • Perform the main accounting and banking tasks in each financial process
  • Manage accounting procedures with SAP Business One
  • Utilize controlling tools and company reports
  • List the essential settings for accounting function

Who Can Benefit

  • Consultants and support employees responsible for the implementation and ongoing support of business processes with SAP Business One at customer sites
  • Consultants responsible for SAP Business One user training at customer sites
  • Sales and presales employees of SAP Business One partners
  • Customer project teams and superusers who want more detailed information on accounting processes in SAP Business One

Prerequisites

  • Essential:
       -Familiarity with SAP Business One navigation and functionality
       -Basic knowledge in financial accounting
  • Recommended:
       -TB1000 SAP Business One Logistics or clear understanding of logistics processes in SAP Business One

Course Details

Course Content

  • Accounting Basics
  • Financial Setup (Chart of Accounts, Default G/L Accounts, and Currencies)
  • Financial Process (journal entries, posting periods, and internal reconciliation)
  • Banking Processes (handling payments and reconciliation of account statements)
  • Controlling reports (financial and cash management reports)
  • Fixed Assets
  • Cost accounting

Course based on software release

  • SAP Business One version for SAP HANA 10.0
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