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What's new at Controlling 2017?


MainImageBlog250So what’s new at Controlling 2017? Here a list of new features at Controlling 2017 based on your feedback from the 2016 conference.  Controlling 2017 will feature more of what you love about the annual Controlling conference -- high-quality sessions with core SAP Controlling topics, expert speakers, and dedicated networking opportunities to help you get the most out of the conference. 

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SAP Material Ledger Webcast: New Tips and Key Updates

ExclusiveContentBlog250Is your company getting the most out of the available SAP Material Ledger functionality? Dive into a recorded webcast that covers new tips and key updates for SAP Materials Ledger. This session covers: 

- Leveraging the SAP Material ledger for valuation in 3+ currencies (is it even possible?)

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Controlling 2017 Conference Program Announcement

FocusedNetworkingBlogSizeIt’s here! The Controlling 2017 conference program including sessions and speakers is now available. Learn more! Check out the targeted SAP Controlling content, case studies, and even more opportunities to network with your peers and build and strengthen the SAP Controlling community. 

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Webinar Recording: How do you get instant answers to Controlling questions when you need them?

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How do you get instant answers to Controlling questions when you need them? This webcast recording discusses how the ERPfixers platform is now being used to meet the ever-present industry challenge of finding quick and easy access to quality SAP expertise. Join this session to find out how an expertise-on-demand model was used to resolve pressing CO-PA reconciliation issues with the General Ledger. 

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Reserve your place now for the accelerate your Revenue Recognition implementation project webinar

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If your calendar year is December 31, it's not too late to implement a successful adoption of the new Revenue Recognition standard. But, you will need to re-think the typical implementation process. Join this webinar to learn methods that can accelerate your project implementation. Understand how your project risk profile is impacted and examine mitigation considerations. Identify the one critical path requirement that will determine success or failure.

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Introduction to SAP Material Ledger

Paul AwardMaterial Ledger is SAP’s solution to performing actual costing. It is supposed to contain the benefits (without inheriting the disadvantages) of the two traditional methods of inventory valuation - Standard Costing and Moving Average Costing. Before you can understand the functionality of Material Ledger, it is always good to start with some of the characteristics of these two traditional approaches.

Standard costing is an effective method of obtaining stable prices for your materials which can be benchmarked against any price fluctuations.

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ERP Corp Q1 Webinar Announcements: Reserve Your Place Now!

Paul Ovigele Speaking ImageResizedforBlogWe have a great line up of free webinars coming your way in 2017. The first three webinars for 2017 are now available for registration. Space is limited - reserve your place now! 

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When should I use an internal order?


Why would an organization use an Internal Order? These are a few examples of when the use of internal orders may be

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What is an SAP Internal Order?

MarjorieWrightBlog250Internal orders are cost objects in Controlling-Overhead Management.These cost objects are intended to be used as “temporary cost collectors” for short-term projects or events in the organization. They are not as structured or permanent as cost centers. There is no standard hierarchy for internal orders; however, they can be grouped to meet individual requirements.

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Controlling 2017 Call for Papers

CO2017LogoPlanning for Controlling 2017 is underway! The Controlling 2017 Conference will be held September 18-21, 2017 at the Westin San Diego.

We are seeking session proposals for our 2017 conference program. We request that interested presenters complete the Controlling-2017-Session-Proposal-Form.docx by December 15, 2016. We will conduct interviews during December, and you will be notified in January regarding whether or not your proposal has been accepted on the program.

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