Business Planning and Consolidation with SAP Business User Guide

Author: Onur Bekmezci
Publisher: SAP PRESS
ISBN: 1493213733
Release Date: 2017-02-28
Genre: Computers

Calling all SAP BPC users! Learn to handle tricky financials planning, forecasting, and budgeting with this book on SAP Business Planning and Consolidation. Step-by-step instructions will guide you through completing daily SAP BPC tasks such as data consolidation, workflow management, and report creation. Explore preconfigured system reports and learn to tailor custom reports to your specific business requirements. Use SAP BPC productively to enhance your organization's planning processes. Routine BPC Activities Plan, budget, and forecast using SAP BPC data with the EPM Add-In or the Web Client. Find out how to generate and monitor consolidated data for internal reporting or legal consolidation. Explore business process flow (BPF) functionality for workflow management Reporting with SAP BPC Develop and format reports in SAP BPC using both routine and advanced functionality for report creation. Create custom reports or use pre-formatted system reports to better understand your SAP BPC data Advanced SAP BPC Tasks Conduct periodic system maintenance for inevitable business changes such as process alternations, security developments, or new consolidation requirements. Highlights: SAP BPC interfaces System modeling Planning, budgeting, and forecasting Consolidated data Custom SAP BPC reports BPF functionality BPF reports EPM Add-In Security management Dimension management

Implementing SAP Business Planning and Consolidation

Author: Peter Jones
Publisher: SAP PRESS
ISBN: 1592294227
Release Date: 2012-10-01
Genre: Business planning

Explore expert tips and techniques for maximizing BPC Facilitate fast and accurate reporting with the EPM Excel Add-In, the new Script Logic Editor, and the enhanced reporting component Upload, extract data, and create enterprise reports Covers BPC 10.0, EPM 10.0, and BW 7.3 Take the labor-intensive guess-work out of number crunching, financial planning, budgeting, and forecasting! With data at your fingertips and this comprehensive guide to BPC, quickly model new business scenarios and efficiently create and approve plans, budgets, and forecasts. Written for today s busy financial consultants, business developers, and financial analysts, this book will help you configure and implement the necessary dimensions, master data, and hierarchies for both the Consolidation and the Planning components of BPC 10.0. The Building Blocks of BPC Understand the foundational architecture and data modeling process behind BPC with specific tasks and activities for configuration, planning, forecasting, and consolidation. Planning and Consolidation Integration Explore the unique implementation and configuration processes for each BPC component with technical coverage of BPC 10.0, EPM 10.0 and BW 7.3.Real-World Expertise meets Effective Business Solutions Expand the potential of your Planning and Consolidation solution with expert tips and tricks, all written so you can get the most out of BPC. Enhanced Reporting With transparent financial data, you can enable fast, accurate management and statutory reporting with the enhanced reporting component, EPM Excel Add-In and the new Script Logic Editor.

SAP NetWeaver BI Integrated Planning for Finance

Author: Kumar Srinivasan
Publisher: SAP PRESS
ISBN: 1592291295
Release Date: 2007
Genre: Business intelligence

his practical reference introduces you to the BI Integrated Planning tool, an integral part of the SAP NetWeaver 2004s platform. Avoid spending countless hours researching the various options available in the BI Integrated Planning tool - as all the resources you need are right here in this convenient guide. Readers learn how best to configure, develop, and manage a planning application, plus much more. The authors take you on a journey, the goal of which is to make BI Integrated Planning for Finance more accessible. Real-world, practical examples help you learn vital concepts via a step-by-step, easy-to-understand approach. You'll quickly enhance your understanding of the importance of planning and then leverage that knowledge to build a complete financial planning application using SAP BI Integrated Planning. The highly-detailed examples help you develop a deeper understanding of the various features and allow you the opportunity to then reproduce them in your own environment, showing you firsthand how the BI Integrated Planning tool really works. Plus, readers also get expert guidance on the fundamentals of developing their own custom financial planning applications.Whether you're a functional analyst, a consultant, a business manager or a developer, this book goes beyond the basics to help you build world class planning applications in support of your organization's most important business processes.

Program Management

Author: Ginger Levin
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 9781466578500
Release Date: 2012-11-29
Genre: Business & Economics

Program management is a rapidly emerging offshoot of project management. So much so that AT&T, IBM, and other organizations, both large and small in all sectors, have initiated a push to certify program managers. And, although universities offer courses in program management, there are few books available to guide program managers through this field that requires a broad level of knowledge and experience. The definitive reference on program management, Program Management: A Life Cycle Approach provides this much needed guidance. Edited by Dr. Ginger Levin, the second person to become a PMI® certified program manager (PgMP®), this handbook presents a cohesive compilation of program management knowledge from more than 20 certified PgMPs. It considers the entire program life cycle and its phases—from initiation to sustainability. Each chapter is written by an experienced PgMP from a wide range of industries and countries. Combining the rigor of an academic reference with easy-to-read language, the book covers the themes in the PMI Standard for Program Management and ties them to program managers' work. The chapters reference PMI’s standards, complement the concepts in the standards, and expand on the concepts and issues that the standard mentions in passing. The book also addresses a few issues that the standard does not touch on at all. The book can be read in its entirety, or specific chapters of interest can be read separately. Overall, the book provides practitioners with a reliable source of information on the key themes and issues in program management. It is useful for individuals desiring to attain the PgMP credential and suitable for colleges and universities offering courses in program management.