This series is intended for all aspirants who would like to be SAP FI or CO functional consultant. For others, like project managers who wish to take part in SAP implementations or SAP end-user – please choose the sections which are relevant for you.
I am planning to write a series on configuration of SAP for FI/CO. In this series, I will try to explain the FI module and its configuration. After I complete the FI module, I will take up the CO module which is very similar. If you are new to configuration, please start with my first post. I have also mentioned all SAP commands whenever I feel they were necessary.
To explain the various configurations, I will take the example of Saks Apparel, a fictitious textile manufacturing company. It has six regionally based offices located in New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, Seattle, Kansas City and Atlanta. It also has a Mexican subsidiary. The company has 6 different product lines: winter wear, inner wear, casuals, denims, formal wear and suiting. It is made up of four legal entities: Saks Woolen Inc., Saks Knitwear, Saks International and Saks Textiles Inc.
This is first attempt at a complete series. Previously I have blogged about a number of aspects in SAP. So, please excuse me if I am not very good at this. Add my webpage to your favorites or read my pages using feed readers. You can also add my webpage to social bookmarking sites such as Delicious, Technocrati, etc – this helps get this site to a lot of other surfers.
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I will update the links to the series below: