SAP Business One
- Managing G/L & Generating Reports.
- Recording Journal Entries and Adjustments.
- Maintaining Accounts Receivables and Payable.
- Managing Purchase Entries and Overall Procurement processes.
- Handling Suppliers master data and balances.
- Recording Supplier Master Data and Balances.
- Recording Supplier/Vendor Payments
- Managing Sales Process Entries and Sales Managers
- Handling Customer Relationship Master System
- Handling Customer’s Deposits and Receipts.
- Managing Inventory/ Warehouse Systems.
- Managing Inventory Tracking and Adjustments
- SAP ERP Consultants for FI/Co/BI/SCM/HCM/ABAP/BASIS/HANA, etc.
- Business development manager and Business promoter
- HR Manager
- SAP Administrator.
Finance and Accounting
Financial accounting – Recording financial transactions, including general ledger, journal entries, budgeting, account setup and maintenance in one system, with comprehensive tools and reports
Budgeting – Manage budget creation, allocation, and distribution. Provide budget tracking, reporting, and alerts that notify the
responsible users whenever a transaction exceeds a monthly or annual budget limit
Cost Centres and Project Costing
Comprehensive cost accounting and/or project and job costing
Banking – Track all banking processes such as cash receipts, cheque writing, deposits, advance payments, credit card payments,
and account reconciliation
Purchasing and Receivables Management
Purchase Orders (POs) and goods receipts; link purchasing documents and view document trails for audit purposes; manage additional expenses.
Vendor Master Data – Manage detailed data in user-friendly interface; view account balance and purchase analysis in supplier master record; maintain detailed item purchasing information with price lists and tax information
Inventory and Warehouse Management
Goods receipts and inventory warehouse levels; process accounts payable invoices and credit memos with PO reference; calculate inventory book values and last purchase price automatically. Manage items by group or individually. Item codes, SKU’s, foreign descriptions and supplier catalogues
Costing and Units of measure – Manage stock using various costing models (including average cost, FIFO), across the business or by warehouse/store. Multiple units of measure and unit conversions
Goods receipt and issue control – Record goods receipts and issues; track stock transfers; enable consignment, drop-ship, and other orders
Serial number tracking – Handle automatic creation of warranty records if required
Batch and Lot Tracking – Manage full traceability
Pick and Pack manager – Manage the picking and packing process in three queues.
Stock takes – Perform inventory and cycle counts, efficient, up-to-date reporting
BOMs – Create multilevel BOMs and produce graphical indented-bill reports with batch and serial controlled items.
Production orders – Create standard, special, and disassembly production orders allow manual or back-flush issue of components.
Financial accounts and stock balances updates – Record work in progress accounts and balances update in real time as components are issued to the production order. Manage over- and under-issue production orders, calculates the variance at the product order level.
Production Summary – the finished product creation, shows the costs of the finished product, the cost of the components, posting for the components and the finished product, the number of planned items, the number of completed items, the number of rejected items
Goods receipt and issue control – Manage issue material manually or back flush on receipt of goods
Sales and Receivables Management
Quote, Order, Delivery, Invoice, Payment process, Sales Opportunities, Efficient Order to cash cycle, Activity Management, Deliveries and Partial Deliveries, Invoices, Down Payment Invoices, Reserve Invoices, Approval process based on your business rules, Multiple price list functionality including
specials, volume pricing, customer specific price lists
Focus on gross profit and margins, Eliminate duplication and increase efficiency – in the Quote, Order, Delivery, Invoice, Payment process
Shorten the Order to cash cycle
Manage entire Sales process, Powerful reporting, alerting and controls, accurate pricing and margin maintenance.
Financial Reporting – Check financial reports, including balance sheets, profit and loss statements, cash flow analysis, transaction reports, multi-period comparisons, and budget reports.
Course Duration: 45 Days
SAP B1 Course Total Fee: 15,000
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