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Video Blog: Woodward’s top 10 advanced reporting tips

In this recording from the Controlling 2015 Conference, Sydnie McConnell presents Woodward’s top 10 advanced reporting tips

Woodward will share the top 10 reporting tips they have learned through the process of completing several global financial reporting projects in SAP, including a BPC 10 implementation and rolling out SAP GL and Fixed Assets to all of their sites. It covers:

• The tools Woodward uses to provide financial reporting at the corporate and business unit level including SAP standard reports: Report Painter, BW, BPC, and Business Objects
• How and why Woodward revamped CO-PA (including account-based CO-PA) to enable BPC reporting
• How and why they implemented a major custom reporting solution to enable compliant reporting for government contracts
• Tips for enabling user-maintainable reporting tools, such as SQ01 queries, Report Painter, BW queries, and BPC ad-hoc reporting

Obtain best practices for providing each site and business unit the reporting information they need.

Sydnie McConnell is the lead SAP business systems analyst for Finance at Woodward, which integrates leading-edge technologies into fuel, combustion, fluid, actuation, and electronic control systems for the aerospace and energy markets. Sydnie has over 15 years’ experience with SAP Financials, both as a cost accountant and a systems analyst. Sydnie has worked on a variety of complex projects, focusing on SAP Controlling, including global SAP ERP and BPC implementations.

Don't miss Sydnie's session at Controlling 2016 Case Study: How Woodward improved SAP BPC performance.

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Guest - SAP FICO Online Training on Monday, 12 June 2017 12:40


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