The Controlling 2016 conference features a number of best-selling Espresso Tutorials book authors on the speaker roster. Learn more about the authors and their books.
How is the lockbox file different from the electronic bank statement file? The lockbox file contains the remittance information the customers have sent to the bank, for example amount and number by invoice.
In the make-to-stock production process, production or process orders are the manufacturing order types that collect costs during production. Materials are produced based on a set production plan using MRP (material requirements planning), and not based on actual customer demand.
You may wonder why I am writing a book on such a specific topic. I initially had similar thoughts myself and wondered if the topic of CO-PA and general ledger reconciliation necessitated a whole book. However, I have found that this topic comes up time and time again with my clients and believe that it is important to provide information in a detailed manner to help businesses effectively deal with the reconciliation of CO-PA to the general ledger.
One of the major tasks for functional SAP professionals is configuration. You configure SAP to perform properly based on business requirements during the realization phase. On your first SAP project, it can be overwhelming to know where to start when configuring a module.
Controlling 2014 features a number of prominent SAP book authors on the speaker roster. Learn more about the authors and their books.
Our blog series on the most common SAP Controlling pitfalls and how to avoid them continues this week. SAP Controlling 2013 speaker Martin Munzel discusses the most common pitfall is from his perspective.
A common error I have found in companies using SAP CO is that they were trying to make some of the submodules do things they are not designed for.
This week we are profiling Controlling 2013 speaker Jörg Siebert, SAP FI/CO Specialist and Co-founder of Espresso Tutorials.
How did you get your start with SAP and SAP Controlling?
When I started my first real job in 1993, I worked for a small software company in Mannheim, Germany. At that point of time, I had my first contact with business software. Later on in 1999 when I joined Ernst & Young, the SAP world of Finance and Controlling became my main focus. From 2001 through 2011, I worked for SAP in Walldorf pushing forward with the newest inventions in Finance and Controlling.
This week we are profiling Martin Munzel, SAP CO/PS Specialist and co-founder of Espresso Tutorials. Learn more about Martin and his view on what is most important to his customers.