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Realignments finally available in Account Based CO-PA with S/4HANA 1610

Realignments finally available in Account Based CO-PA with S/4HANA 1610

Since the introduction of Simple Finance (now S/4HANA Finance) Account Based CO-PA is the preferred Profitability Analysis method. Costing Based Profitability Analysis is still available and both types can be used in parallel. However all new features will be introduced in Account Based Profitability Analysis and this is the only type which provides complete integration with the General Ledger. So to make use of all the benefits of S/4HANA and the Universal Journal (ACDOCA), Account Based Profitability Analysis is the…

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Attributed Profitability Segments in S/4HANA 1610

Attributed Profitability Segments in S/4HANA 1610

In S/4HANA 1610 a new functionality called ‘Attributed Profitability Segments’ is introduced. It is now possible to derive a (statistical) profitability segment when there is another real CO object with a settlement rule to COPA. I was hoping that this would fix some occurring issues with Account Based COPA in S/4HANA. Below, I will explain the scenario I have been dealing with in my example with a revenue bearing time & material service order which is billed with a debit…

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Finance in S/4HANA 1610 the what, why and how: Part 2

Finance in S/4HANA 1610 the what, why and how: Part 2

Last week I shared the What and How on Finance in S/4HANA. In part 1, we have learned the product and understand the key benefits of Finance in S/4HANA. Now I will continue with possible migration scenarios. The How… different scenarios and migration paths  One of the 5 pillars of S/4HANA is the choice of deployment. Both On-Premise as well as Cloud deployments are supported. In this blog you will gain an inside in the On-Premise deployment and migration scenarios….

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Finance in S/4HANA 1610: the what, why and how

Finance in S/4HANA 1610: the what, why and how

Nowadays there is a tremendous interest in S/4HANA, especially from current SAP customers. It’s about what, why and how to go to S/4HANA. This motivated me to start writing a series of blogs on the subject matter. In this part 1 of the blog I will explain the what and the why of S/4HANA. In part 2 the How will be explained further. Let’s start from the beginning by knowing the product. The What. In the title of this post I…

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