Accounts Payable

This scenario deals with posting accounting data for vendors in accounts payable. From there, the data is sorted by vendor and made available to other areas, such as the purchasing system.

Accounts Receivable

Accounts Receivable manages the billing of customers that owe money to the organization for goods and services, and is an integral part of sales management.

General Ledger

The general ledger serves as a complete record of all business transactions. It is the centralized, up-to-date reference for the rendering of accounts.

Procurement without QM

Provides processes to initiate and manage the purchasing of stock including Request for Quotation, Purchase Requisitions, Purchase orders, and Goods Receipt of Product.

Asset Accounting

Asset Accounting manages and supervises fixed assets. It serves as a subsidiary ledger to the General Ledger, providing detailed information on transactions involving fixed assets.

Cash Management

Cash Management covers a number of functions, including determination of liquidity based on bank account balances (cash position) and open receivables and payables (liquidity forecast).

Time Recording

Records working times and tasks. Enables controlling business processes concerning employees’ tasks, such as paying the employees, monitoring the progress of a project, and creating invoices.

Internal Product Development

SAP Product Lifecycle Management provides the project management functions to collect all costs and documents for product development.

Basic Overhead Cost Controlling

This building block provides all the settings that are required for industry-independent Overhead Cost Controlling. These generic settings serve as a basis for industry-specific enhancements.

Profitability Analysis

This building block is used to set up profitability analysis. The building block provides functionality to plan, organize and evaluate the effectiveness of sales.

Overhead Cost Accounting - Actual

The purpose of overhead cost controlling is the planning, allocation, control, and monitoring of overhead costs.

Internal Maintenance

In the maintenance cycle, a warranty check is perormed; spare parts & services are ordered & the repair is completed. Costs & materials are confirmed to the order & are settled to cost centers.

Product Cost Planning

Product cost planning contains the configuration you need for processing material costing, including determination of overhead surcharge and of cost of materials.

Production Planning and Control

This building block contains all the necessary activities and settings required for production and implementation of the master data for the Production Planning and Control System.

Internal Project

Defines the planning, managing and tracking of project activities and costs of large and small-scale projects, such as building a factory or organizing a trade fair.

QM for Procurement with Vendor Evaluation

Enables you to conduct and record the results of quality assurance activities (e.g., inspection of received goods) during the procurement process.

Make–to–Stock Production – Discrete Industry (MTS)

The scenario Make–to–Stock (MTS) Production describes a business process which is typical for companies with sales–order–independent lot size oriented production.

Sales Order Processing: Sale from Stock

This includes all steps of a business cycle from sales order creation, delivery, picking, goods issue and billing procedure.

Service Management

This scenario covers the processing of a service case from the initial reporting of the problem by the customer up to billing the customer, when service activities are carried out at plant.

SOP through Long Term Planning Transfer to LIS/PIS/Capacity

A part of annual operating planning (AOP), sales and operation planning (SOP) is a forecasting and planning transaction to enable sales, production, and to enable inventory targets to be reached.

Travel Management

Supports employee expense reimbursement lifecycle, cost assignment, built-in integration into Financial Accounting, Project Management and Management Cost Accounting.

Lean Warehouse Management

Lean Warehouse Management provides a warehousing structure in which you can use transfer orders as pick orders even in warehouses with a simple structure.

SAP Best Practices Installation

This building block provides the necessary steps to prepare your development client for further installation steps.

Hire-to-Retire scenario

The SAP Best Practices for HCM delivers configuration that supports an entire Hire-to-Retire life-cycle of your employees.