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Video Blog: Important updates to SAP Fixed Asset Accounting in SAP S/4HANA

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New SAP Fixed Asset Accounting was primarily shipped with Enhancement Package 7 and is mandatory for all SAP customers using SAP S/4HANA Finance. Are you up to speed? This recorded session from the Controlling 2016 conference presented by SAP FI expert Jörg Siebert covers the changes to configuration, data structure, and posting rule updates you need to be aware of.


 

 

 

 

This recorded presentation covers how to:
• Navigate new functionality for real-time ledger-group-specific postings
• Take advantage of the new single source of truth and reporting table ACDOCA
• Report multiple documents using the integrated asset acquisition posting
• Configure ledger-group-specific postings for parallel valuation
• Leverage changes to periodic postings including the depreciation run and FIORI

Obtain an understanding of the advantages and disadvantages of the new data structure and watch a demo of the system in action.

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Jörg Siebert has 20 years of experience working with SAP Financials and is an internationally recognized author, speaker, trainer, and veteran SAP consultant. He has worked throughout Europe in the automotive, healthcare, and service industries and regularly delivers sessions at international SAP conferences. Previously, Jörg was a product manager for SAP ERP Financials at SAP German headquarters. He is the Co-founder and Managing Director of Espresso Tutorials, a publishing company focused on short and concise SAP textbooks. He is the author of numerous SAP books including SAP Fixed Assets Accounting (FI-AA), The SAP General Ledger, and SAP ERP Financials User's Guide. Contact Jörg at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Jörg is a featured speaker at the Controlling 2017 conference, learn more about his sessions!

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Tuesday, 15 October 2019