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Enhancement Packages 5
& 6 - Where to Find the
Business Functions That
Matter for Co...
Introduction
3
• When SAP introduced the concept of Enhancement Packages
and the packaging of new functionality within bus...
Topics
• Enhancement Packages and Business Functions
• FIN_CO_COGM
• LOG_MM_SIT
• LOG_EAM_OLC
• FIN_CO_CCMGMT
• FIN_CO_CCP...
The Birth of the Enhancement Package
5
• Quick Facts About SAP ERP 6.0
• Launched in June 2006
• Built on SAP NetWeaver 7....
What Are Enhancement Packages?
6
• Optionally installed and activated software innovations for SAP
ERP 6.0
• Software inno...
Mandatory
Optional
Support
Packages
Enhancement
Packages
• Content of enhancement packages
• Each SAP enhancement package ...
SAP Innovation Discovery
https://service.sap.com/innovation-discovery
8
Innovation Search - Identify Interesting Innovations
9 Search Area
Innovation with or
without license
implications
Alternative: Transaction SFW5 (Switch Framework)
10
• Work with your system
administrator to
activate selected
functions
•...
Links Take You to Further Information
Documentation &
Release Information
Test Catalogs
11
Topics
• Enhancement Packages and Business Functions
• FIN_CO_COGM
• LOG_MM_SIT
• LOG_EAM_OLC
• FIN_CO_CCMGMT
• FIN_CO_CCP...
Parallel Accounting: Cost of Goods Manufactured
13
• Use the innovation
search to identify
the main product
features.
• Yo...
Value Flow — Overview
Controlling
Update of Depreciation Expenses by Cost
Center and Version
Actual Costing
Periodic Costi...
Post depreciation in
Asset Accounting
Transfer depreciation
to General Ledger
Transfer depreciation
to Cost Center
Account...
Calculation of Activity Prices to Reflect Multiple Accounting
Approaches
 During all operational processes (such as confi...
Select actual activity
rates for activities used
during period
Calculate actual product
costs in leading or
alternative va...
Select actual activity
rates for activities used
during period
Calculate actual product
costs for period in
alternative va...
Parallel Accounting: Asset Accounting
19
• If you are
looking at
parallel
accounting in
controlling, then
you should
proba...
Parallel Accounting for Fixed Assets - Configuration
• Accounting principles
• Definition and naming of valuations
• Integ...
Asset Acquisition Using Ledger Approach for Parallel
Valuation
• Different amounts to be capitalized per accounting princi...
Topics
• Enhancement Packages and Business Functions
• FIN_CO_COGM
• LOG_MM_SIT
• LOG_EAM_OLC
• FIN_CO_CCMGMT
• FIN_CO_CCP...
Stock in Transit and Actual Costing
21
• These innovations
are independent.
• Stock in transit
does not need
Controlling o...
Stock in Transit for Sales Processes
 During the transportation phase companies, can keep ownership of the materials that...
EHP 5: Cross-Company Code Material Transfer with
Stock in Transit
Sender Company Code Receiver Company Code
Sender‘s
Free ...
Cross-Company-Code Actual Costing
• Delivered by Business Function: Cross-Company-Code Stock Transfer &
Actual Costing
• B...
Cross-Company Actual Costing
Group
Company
A
Company
B
Costs
Raw Mat. 20
Energy 25
Labor 15
Production 40
Costs
Raw Mat. 1...
General Mechanism of Cost Transfer
• The new stock in transit processes secure that the inventory value is
always recorded...
Comparison of Views
• There are 3 different implementation options:
• Legal View (LV): contains the markup, but will show ...
Valuation Example in 3 Views
• LV (Legal View)
• Total Cost from PO +
Freight Cost
• Markup shown
• CC collapsed
Plant 1
T...
Screenshots in GV
31
• Plant 2000 sold 5 PC to
plant 1000 within the
same group:
• Cost info is
preserved
• No Mark-up is
...
Screenshots in TLV
32
• Plant 2000 sold 5 PC to plant 1000
in another company code
• Consider the different currencies:
• ...
Usage of Transit Stock (LV)
1. Material is produced
in plant 2000 using 2
materials and one
activity
2. Material is moved
...
Topics
• Enhancement Packages and Business Functions
• FIN_CO_COGM
• LOG_MM_SIT
• LOG_EAM_OLC
• FIN_CO_CCMGMT
• FIN_CO_CCP...
Operation Account Assignment
33
You may already have
encountered
operation account
assignment for
networks and
network act...
Existing Header Costed Orders Operation Level Costing
header
operation
operation
operation
costs:
plan/actual header
opera...
OAA Order
• Indication using System Status
• The system status I0053 (ACAS in English) is displayed when the
order operati...
OAA Order (cont.)
• Account assignment details
and operation costs
• The account assignment
details for an operation are
s...
Existing Header
Costed Orders
Operation Level
Costing
header
operation
operation
operation
costs:
plan/actual header
opera...
Reporting
• Operation overview report
• The operation cost overview report shows costs for all operations by
value categor...
Topics
• Enhancement Packages and Business Functions
• FIN_CO_COGM
• LOG_MM_SIT
• LOG_EAM_OLC
• FIN_CO_CCMGMT
• FIN_CO_CCP...
WebDynpro Application for Cost Center Maintenance
42
Rolle
New WebDynpro
application to replace
KS01-03 allows
configurati...
Configurable UI
43
Delivered WD
application
includes all fields
in table CSKS.
Configured WD
application
displays only
nec...
WebDynpro Application for Cost Center Hierarchies
44
New WebDynpro application to replace OKEON and KSH1-3.
Inactive Versions
45
Existing groups have no
versioning concept. Now
you can create a new
hierarchy version in
anticipatio...
Inactive Versions (cont.)
46
Choose between
versions in the
application and when
using Report Writer
Web Dynpro Application for Internal Orders
47
New WebDynpro application to replace KO01-04. Again,
consider removing field...
Web Dynpro Application for Activity Types
48
• New WebDynpro application to replace KL01-03
• Again, consider removing fie...
Topics
• Enhancement Packages and Business Functions
• FIN_CO_COGM
• LOG_MM_SIT
• LOG_EAM_OLC
• FIN_CO_CCMGMT
• FIN_CO_CCP...
Projects: Overall Planning
50
Transaction CJ40
Webdynpro application
FCOM_IP_PROJ_OVERALL01
Projects: Cost Element Planning
51
Transaction CJR2
Webdynpro application
FCOM_IP_PROJ_COSTELEM01
Projects: Top-Down Planning
52
• New feature allows entry of planned data at group level e.g.
wages and salaries or raw ma...
Web and Excel Frontend in EhP6
• Both frontends use the same backend planning model
• Same planning queries and same plann...
Query Adaptations
• Customers want to see:
• Actual values
• Plan values from other
years/versions
• Formula columns
• „Pl...
Topics
• Enhancement Packages and Business Functions
• FIN_CO_COGM
• LOG_MM_SIT
• LOG_EAM_OLC
• FIN_CO_CCMGMT
• FIN_CO_CCP...
SAP Resources
• http://help.sap.com/businesssuite > SAP ERP
• Business Functions in SAP ERP > Enterprise Business
Function...
Resources - www.financialsexpertonline.com
57
• Janet Salmon, “Provide Parallel Product Costs for Inventory Valuation
in t...
Resources (cont.)
58
• https://scn.sap.com/docs/DOC-32680
• http://scn.sap.com/docs/DOC-29523
• SAP Notes 1836149, 1719702...
Other Resources
• Martin Munzel, New SAP
Controlling Planning
Interface
• http://co.planning.espresso-
tutorials.com
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Five Key Ideas
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Enhancement Packages, SAP Notes, and other innovations
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When SAP introduced the concept of enhancement packages and packaged functionality in business functions, administrators were relieved that they would not have to test everything when they upgraded. However, it made some business functions difficult to locate.
In this session from Controlling 2014, Janet Salmon dives into hard to find functionality important to Controllers including:
1. FIN_CO_COGM: Parallel valuation of cost of goods manufactured allows for different costing approaches for each accounting principle your company follows
2. LOG_MM_SIT: Actual costing and stock in transit allows you to pass production variances to other plants, even if they are assigned to other company codes
3. LOG_EAM_OLC: Operation level costing provides a more detailed view of your service and maintenance costs
4. FIN_CO_CCMGMT: New user interfaces for cost center, order and activity type master data and first planning applications
5. FIN_CO_CCPLAN and FIN_CO_ORPLAN: New user interfaces for cost center planning, order planning, and project planning
Leave this session with the ability to go back to the office and quickly identify and use the business functions that benefit you.

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Enhancement Packages 5 & 6 – Where to find the business functions that matter for Controllers

  1. 1. © 2014 ERP Corp. All rights reserved. Enhancement Packages 5 & 6 - Where to Find the Business Functions That Matter for Controllers Janet Salmon SAP AG
  2. 2. Introduction 3 • When SAP introduced the concept of Enhancement Packages and the packaging of new functionality within business functions, administrators were relieved that they would not have to test everything when they upgraded. However, the business functions are often hiding functionality that is interesting and useful for a controller. • In this session we will look at the following business functions: • FIN_CO_COGM • LOG_MM_SIT • LOG_EAM_OLC • FIN_CO_CCMGMT • FIN_CO_CCPLAN and FIN_CO_ORPLAN
  3. 3. Topics • Enhancement Packages and Business Functions • FIN_CO_COGM • LOG_MM_SIT • LOG_EAM_OLC • FIN_CO_CCMGMT • FIN_CO_CCPLAN, FIN_CO_ORPLAN • Summary 4 Start of first section: List the main points in your presentation and insert this slide at the start of each new topic. Move the highlighted box down for each new section. This divides your presentation into easy to follow sections.
  4. 4. The Birth of the Enhancement Package 5 • Quick Facts About SAP ERP 6.0 • Launched in June 2006 • Built on SAP NetWeaver 7.0 • More than 4,300 productive systems (as of Sept 2007) • Platform upon SAP will deliver future software innovations • Software innovations delivered via ‘SAP enhancement packages’ SAP NetWeaver SAP ERP 6.0 Enhancement Packages
  5. 5. What Are Enhancement Packages? 6 • Optionally installed and activated software innovations for SAP ERP 6.0 • Software innovations include • UI simplifications • Functional enhancements • Industry specific capabilities • Enterprise services • Cumulative in nature: current enhancement packages contain entire content of earlier packages • Enhancement packages are not support packages
  6. 6. Mandatory Optional Support Packages Enhancement Packages • Content of enhancement packages • Each SAP enhancement package contains several “business functions” • Each “business function” can be optionally implemented and activated • Optional Installation • You install the parts that are applicable to your business. • If installed: • No UI or process change until a business function is activated • Less Adjustment effort due to selective update of software components • No implications on the underlying NetWeaver platform, in addition enhancement packages contain most current Support Package Stack • Optional Activation • You activate the business functions you need • If activated: • End-user training is limited to the activated business function(s) • Testing is simplified with templates, provided for every business function Improving the Software Lifecycle 7
  7. 7. SAP Innovation Discovery https://service.sap.com/innovation-discovery 8
  8. 8. Innovation Search - Identify Interesting Innovations 9 Search Area Innovation with or without license implications
  9. 9. Alternative: Transaction SFW5 (Switch Framework) 10 • Work with your system administrator to activate selected functions • Use the switch framework to access more information (e.g. release notes, test catalogs)
  10. 10. Links Take You to Further Information Documentation & Release Information Test Catalogs 11
  11. 11. Topics • Enhancement Packages and Business Functions • FIN_CO_COGM • LOG_MM_SIT • LOG_EAM_OLC • FIN_CO_CCMGMT • FIN_CO_CCPLAN, FIN_CO_ORPLAN • Summary 12 Start of first section: List the main points in your presentation and insert this slide at the start of each new topic. Move the highlighted box down for each new section. This divides your presentation into easy to follow sections.
  12. 12. Parallel Accounting: Cost of Goods Manufactured 13 • Use the innovation search to identify the main product features. • You will probably need to access the feature details to make a proper decision. • Two innovations are important for parallel accounting.
  13. 13. Value Flow — Overview Controlling Update of Depreciation Expenses by Cost Center and Version Actual Costing Periodic Costing Run Updates either leading valuation or local valuation* Version 0 (legal) (Actual rate) Version N (par. COGM) (Actual rate) Actual Costing Alternative Valuation Run Updates local valuation if both valuations use actual costs* Depreciation Area 01 (IFRS)Asset Accounting Perform Depreciation Run Version 0 (legal valuation) Ledger 0L (IFRS) Version N Depreciation Area 02 (Local GAAP) Ledger N (Local GAAP) (parallel COGM) Version N (par. COGM) (Actual rate) Controlling Direct Activity Allocation at standard; Actual Rate Calculated at Period Close Version 0 (legal) (Actual rate) Version 0 (legal) (Standard rate) Version N (par.COGM) (Actual rate) OR Financial Accounting Update of General Ledger 14
  14. 14. Post depreciation in Asset Accounting Transfer depreciation to General Ledger Transfer depreciation to Cost Center Accounting Transfer of Depreciation From Asset Accounting to Controlling • The depreciation values for the international accounting principle are updated to the leading ledger in the SAP General Ledger application (or the global accounts in the classic general ledger) and to version 0 in controlling. The depreciation values for the second accounting principle are updated to a nonleading ledger in the SAP General Ledger (or the local accounts in the classic general ledger) and to a delta version in controlling. * Improvements Allows global manufacturing organizations to set activity prices that take account of depreciation according to IFRS and local GAAP In previous releases, only the values in the leading ledger were transferred to controlling. Other values were unavailable for controlling and therefore could not be used to determine activity prices and update inventory values for the goods manufactured. Customer business challenges Business value Asset Accountant * Financial Accountant Controller Parallel Accounting and related processes* 15
  15. 15. Calculation of Activity Prices to Reflect Multiple Accounting Approaches  During all operational processes (such as confirmations and backflushing in logistics), the hours worked are valued with the planned activity rate in version 0 in controlling. At period close, activity price calculation is used to determine the actual activity rates for the leading version (international accounting standard) and the alternative version (local GAAP) in that period. Both are calculated as deltas to the initial standard activity price. Perform order confirmation/ backflushing * Improvements Calculate standard activity rates Include standard activity rates in material ledger Calculate actual activity rates for both approaches Controller Reduces manual effort at period close In previous releases, it was possible to calculate only activity prices to take account of the leading valuation. Alternative approaches required manual workarounds. Customer business challenges Business value Record working time * ControllerShopfloor Employee Inventory Accountant 16
  16. 16. Select actual activity rates for activities used during period Calculate actual product costs in leading or alternative valuation Revalue material inventory in leading or alternative valuation Inclusion of Multiple Activity Prices in Periodic Costing Run  Allows the periodic costing run to use activity price from leading valuation to determine the cost of goods manufactured according to the global accounting standard, and update the inventory values accordingly  May also be used to calculate actual costs according to the local accounting standard, if the group accounting approach is standard costs * Improvements Reduces manual effort at period close,Periodic costing run only allows the inclusion of activity prices in version 0 Customer business challenges Business value ** Controller/ Inventory Accountant Inventory Accountant Controller/ Inventory Accountant 17
  17. 17. Select actual activity rates for activities used during period Calculate actual product costs for period in alternative valuation Revalue material inventory in alternative valuation Inclusion of Multiple Activity Rates in Alternative Valuation Run  Allows multiple valuation runs to be created to determine the value of the cost of goods manufactured. The periodic costing run uses the activity price for the leading valuation (version 0) while the alternative valuation run uses the activity price for the alternative valuation. It is then possible to revaluate inventory (create closing entries) to take account of both valuations. * * Improvements Reduces manual effort at period closeIn previous releases, the alternative valuation run could include different approaches to the valuation of raw materials, such as FIFO, LIFO, and so on, and initiate activity price calculations for the periods selected. Now activity prices for the relevant version can be included in the run. Customer business challenges Business value * Controller/ Inventory Accountant Inventory Accountant Controller/ Inventory Accountant 18
  18. 18. Parallel Accounting: Asset Accounting 19 • If you are looking at parallel accounting in controlling, then you should probably also look at parallel accounting in asset accounting, especially if you value assets under construction.
  19. 19. Parallel Accounting for Fixed Assets - Configuration • Accounting principles • Definition and naming of valuations • Integration layer for sub ledgers and feeding applications in accounting • Depreciation areas • Valuation decisions in FI-AA • Asset valuation: • Depreciation keys • Useful life • G/L account determination • Valuation consistency • Value and parameter only used within same accounting principle • Reconciliation between asset sub ledger and G/L per currency: • Mandatory assignment of depreciation area per currency
  20. 20. Asset Acquisition Using Ledger Approach for Parallel Valuation • Different amounts to be capitalized per accounting principle • Document entry: 31 K Vendor 160000 (Payable) 10.200 70 A Asset FIAA-1000-0 PRCTR1 KOSTL1 Financial Accountant 40 S GL 4xxxxxx (freight expense) 200 75 A Asset 13000 (Machines) PRCTR1 KOSTL1 LOCA (Local GAAP) Freight costs are not capitalized in the local GAAP (New Transaction: Posts only to accounting principle LOCA)
  21. 21. Topics • Enhancement Packages and Business Functions • FIN_CO_COGM • LOG_MM_SIT • LOG_EAM_OLC • FIN_CO_CCMGMT • FIN_CO_CCPLAN, FIN_CO_ORPLAN • Summary 22 Start of first section: List the main points in your presentation and insert this slide at the start of each new topic. Move the highlighted box down for each new section. This divides your presentation into easy to follow sections.
  22. 22. Stock in Transit and Actual Costing 21 • These innovations are independent. • Stock in transit does not need Controlling or Material Ledger (only logistics). • Cross-company actual costing requires material ledger.
  23. 23. Stock in Transit for Sales Processes  During the transportation phase companies, can keep ownership of the materials that are sent to a customer or another company code (visible as stock in transit in this company).  Alternatively, ownership for these materials (during the transportation phase) can be directly transferred to the receiving company code (visible as stock in transit in the receiving company code).  There is also an option to move materials from one stock in transit to another. Cross-Company-Code Stock Transfer Create Stock Transport Order * Improvements This functionality enables companies to track and manage ownership changes better when selling materials to a customer or another company code. Companies can more easily fulfill the legal requirement of showing all the stock values in the group. In sales processes and cross-company transfer processes, it was impossible to model stock in transit. The ownership of the material was not reflected correctly in SAP ERP. When selling materials from one company code to another using the two-step approach, the stock value did not automatically appear in the balance sheet after the first step. Customer business challenges Business value Purchaser Create Cross- Company Delivery Perform Goods Issue Perform Goods Receipt Manage Ownership Transfer * * Plant Manager Warehouse Clerk Warehouse Clerk * 22
  24. 24. EHP 5: Cross-Company Code Material Transfer with Stock in Transit Sender Company Code Receiver Company Code Sender‘s Free Stock In plant In transit In plantIn transit Outbound Delivery Purchase Order Receiver‘s Free Stock Sender‘s Free Stock Receiver‘s Free Stock Sender‘s Transit Stock1 Sender‘s Free Stock Receiver‘s Free Stock Sender‘s Transit Stock2 Receiver‘s Transit Stock Sender‘s Free Stock Receiver‘s Free Stock Receiver‘s Transit Stock3 Immediate Transfer (1-step scenario) Goods stay in sender’s ownership during transfer Ownership changes during the transfer, e.g., upon arrival in the port of destination Ownership changes when leaving the sender 0 23
  25. 25. Cross-Company-Code Actual Costing • Delivered by Business Function: Cross-Company-Code Stock Transfer & Actual Costing • By activating this business function, you can extend material and actual costing to run across company codes without losing actual costs and actual cost component split at the company code border. The intercompany sales process allows transfer of the costs and cost component split information from the sending company code to the receiving company code. Calculation of mark-up or intercompany profit in such a value chain is also supported. Actual costs and internal profit in company 1 Actual costs and internal profit in company 2 Actual costs and internal profit for the whole group * Improvements Cost accountant company 1 Cost accountant company 2 Group controller and portfolio manager • Business Value • Markups and transfer profits visible in cost element • Legal valuation: show transfer profit in actual cost component split • Group valuation: rollup of price variances • Group valuation: rollup of actual cost component split • Customer Business Challenges • Up to now, customers could not transfer actual cost component split information from one company code to another. • Marks-ups could not be used in a cross-company- code sales scenario. 24
  26. 26. Cross-Company Actual Costing Group Company A Company B Costs Raw Mat. 20 Energy 25 Labor 15 Production 40 Costs Raw Mat. 100 Energy 0 Labor 0 Production 0 Sales process Actual costing provides no visibility into cost structure after intercompany sales. The enhanced solution shall ensure cost transparency during intra- company sales by adding freight costs and intra-company profits to the costs incurred in the selling company code to provide a correct valuation from a group perspective. Issue Requirement 25
  27. 27. General Mechanism of Cost Transfer • The new stock in transit processes secure that the inventory value is always recorded and present in material ledger • When a stock transfer between company codes is posted, ML records the value from the purchase order in parallel to the cost at the sending side • The PO price is used for the legal valuation, the cost is used for group valuation • The difference of both is shown as mark-up • If actual costs at sender are recalculated the mark-up and the group costs are adjusted Plant 1 Total cost 1000 Materials 500 Labor 400 Overhead 100 Freight CC Markup 0 Sold to Plant 2 Total cost 1100 Materials 1100 Labor 0 Overhead 0 Freight CC Markup 100 PO-Price 1100,- 26
  28. 28. Comparison of Views • There are 3 different implementation options: • Legal View (LV): contains the markup, but will show no cost component information from supply chain members outside the own company. Materials purchased from affiliate companies will populate only the material cost component and the markup • Default in currency type 10. • Transparent Legal View (TLV): Contains the markup, and will preserve cost component information coming from affiliate companies if the logistical process allows that. • Activated by a BADI in currency type 10. • Group View (GV): Can be used in parallel to the LV or TLV in a parallel valuation. Does not show a markup, since all processes are treated as if the plants were part of the same organization, without taking company code borders into account. • Currency type 11 or 31. • An Implementation can use either LV or TLV. GV can be added for both. • The 2 typical scenarios to evaluate would be only TLV or LV + GV 27
  29. 29. Valuation Example in 3 Views • LV (Legal View) • Total Cost from PO + Freight Cost • Markup shown • CC collapsed Plant 1 Total cost 1000 Materials 500 Labor 400 Overhead 100 Freight CC Markup 0 Sold to Shipper Plant 2 LV TLV GV Total cost 1175 1175 1075 Materials 1100 600 500 Labor 0 400 400 Overhead 0 100 100 Freight 75 75 75 CC Markup 100 100 100 PO Price 1100,- Freight invoice 75,- • TLV (Transparent Legal View) • Total Cost from PO + Freight Cost • Markup shown • CC from Sender • Material cost include markup • GV (Group View) • Total Cost from Sender + Freight • No Markup • CC from Sender 28
  30. 30. Screenshots in GV 31 • Plant 2000 sold 5 PC to plant 1000 within the same group: • Cost info is preserved • No Mark-up is shown • A transit stock on the sending side was used intermediately
  31. 31. Screenshots in TLV 32 • Plant 2000 sold 5 PC to plant 1000 in another company code • Consider the different currencies: • GBP in plant 200 • EUR in plant 1000 • Currency conversion will take place using the rate GBP /EUR • The PO / Invoice Price was 4000 EUR • The cost component info is transferred (TLV is activated via BADI) • The consumption cost component for the material in plant 1000 is ‘other cost’. Therefore the ‘Delta Company Code’ is mirrored there
  32. 32. Usage of Transit Stock (LV) 1. Material is produced in plant 2000 using 2 materials and one activity 2. Material is moved into the transit stock, keeping its value 3. Material arrives in plant 1000 at the PO price of 4000 EUR 31
  33. 33. Topics • Enhancement Packages and Business Functions • FIN_CO_COGM • LOG_MM_SIT • LOG_EAM_OLC • FIN_CO_CCMGMT • FIN_CO_CCPLAN, FIN_CO_ORPLAN • Summary 34 Start of first section: List the main points in your presentation and insert this slide at the start of each new topic. Move the highlighted box down for each new section. This divides your presentation into easy to follow sections.
  34. 34. Operation Account Assignment 33 You may already have encountered operation account assignment for networks and network activities. Now the same choice is available for service and maintenance orders.
  35. 35. Existing Header Costed Orders Operation Level Costing header operation operation operation costs: plan/actual header operation operation operation costs: plan/actual costs: plan/actual costs: plan/actual Operation Costs • Update of Plant Maintenance Cost View 34
  36. 36. OAA Order • Indication using System Status • The system status I0053 (ACAS in English) is displayed when the order operation is the account assignment object. This is the same indicator as for a PS network with activity level costing. 35
  37. 37. OAA Order (cont.) • Account assignment details and operation costs • The account assignment details for an operation are shown on the Account Assignment tab of the operation detail view. • Sub-operation account assignment values are inherited from the superior operation. • The costs are displayed in the cost tabs on the lower panel. 36
  38. 38. Existing Header Costed Orders Operation Level Costing header operation operation operation costs: plan/actual header operation operation operation costs: plan/actual costs: plan/actual costs: plan/actual ORnnnn ……… Reporting / Transactions / Extraction Transformation of costs (plan/actual) according to value categories OVnnnn OVnnnn OVnnnn ………… Stored in database as Dynamic summation for header values Operation Costs • Update of Plant Maintenance Cost View OAA order costs are only stored for the operation objects. Header totals are dynamically summed as required. No costs are stored on the database for the OAA Order object.
  39. 39. Reporting • Operation overview report • The operation cost overview report shows costs for all operations by value category • The report can be run as a transaction IW40N and include sub-orders 38
  40. 40. Topics • Enhancement Packages and Business Functions • FIN_CO_COGM • LOG_MM_SIT • LOG_EAM_OLC • FIN_CO_CCMGMT • FIN_CO_CCPLAN, FIN_CO_ORPLAN • Summary 41 Start of first section: List the main points in your presentation and insert this slide at the start of each new topic. Move the highlighted box down for each new section. This divides your presentation into easy to follow sections.
  41. 41. WebDynpro Application for Cost Center Maintenance 42 Rolle New WebDynpro application to replace KS01-03 allows configuration to your company‘s needs.
  42. 42. Configurable UI 43 Delivered WD application includes all fields in table CSKS. Configured WD application displays only necessary fields.
  43. 43. WebDynpro Application for Cost Center Hierarchies 44 New WebDynpro application to replace OKEON and KSH1-3.
  44. 44. Inactive Versions 45 Existing groups have no versioning concept. Now you can create a new hierarchy version in anticipation of a change and store the tree structures prior to a reorganization as an inactive version.
  45. 45. Inactive Versions (cont.) 46 Choose between versions in the application and when using Report Writer
  46. 46. Web Dynpro Application for Internal Orders 47 New WebDynpro application to replace KO01-04. Again, consider removing fields in table AUFK that you do not use.
  47. 47. Web Dynpro Application for Activity Types 48 • New WebDynpro application to replace KL01-03 • Again, consider removing fields in table KSLA that you do not use
  48. 48. Topics • Enhancement Packages and Business Functions • FIN_CO_COGM • LOG_MM_SIT • LOG_EAM_OLC • FIN_CO_CCMGMT • FIN_CO_CCPLAN, FIN_CO_ORPLAN • Summary 49 Start of first section: List the main points in your presentation and insert this slide at the start of each new topic. Move the highlighted box down for each new section. This divides your presentation into easy to follow sections.
  49. 49. Projects: Overall Planning 50 Transaction CJ40 Webdynpro application FCOM_IP_PROJ_OVERALL01
  50. 50. Projects: Cost Element Planning 51 Transaction CJR2 Webdynpro application FCOM_IP_PROJ_COSTELEM01
  51. 51. Projects: Top-Down Planning 52 • New feature allows entry of planned data at group level e.g. wages and salaries or raw materials
  52. 52. Web and Excel Frontend in EhP6 • Both frontends use the same backend planning model • Same planning queries and same planning functions • All features described are available in both frontends Web Dynpro Analysis Office 51
  53. 53. Query Adaptations • Customers want to see: • Actual values • Plan values from other years/versions • Formula columns • „Planning is like reporting with editable columns“ 54
  54. 54. Topics • Enhancement Packages and Business Functions • FIN_CO_COGM • LOG_MM_SIT • LOG_EAM_OLC • FIN_CO_CCMGMT • FIN_CO_CCPLAN, FIN_CO_ORPLAN • Summary 55 Start of first section: List the main points in your presentation and insert this slide at the start of each new topic. Move the highlighted box down for each new section. This divides your presentation into easy to follow sections.
  55. 55. SAP Resources • http://help.sap.com/businesssuite > SAP ERP • Business Functions in SAP ERP > Enterprise Business Functions > Accounting • CO, Parallel Cost of Goods Manufactured • CO, Cost Center Managerment • CO, Cost Center Planning • CO, Order Planning • Business Functions in SAP ERP > Enterprise Business Functions > Logistics • MM, Stock in Transit and Actual Costing • Operation Account Assignment 54
  56. 56. Resources - www.financialsexpertonline.com 57 • Janet Salmon, “Provide Parallel Product Costs for Inventory Valuation in the SAP General Ledger” (Financials Expert, October 2009). • Janet Salmon, “Use Alternative Valuation Runs in the Material Ledger to Smooth Seasonal Price Variances” (Financials Expert, November 2007). • Marco Jordy “Don’t Wait Until After Go-live to Set Up Cross-Company Code Controlling” (Financials Expert, September 2006). • Ashim A.Nanda “Cater to Arm’s Length Standards by automated Intercompany Transfer Pricing Design” (Financials Expert, October 2010). • Janet Salmon, “Capture Service and Maintenance Costs at Operation Level from SAP Enhancement Package 5” (Financials Expert, December 2012). • Janet Salmon, “Refresh the Look of the Master Data in Cost Center Accounting with a New Business Function” (Financials Expert, February 2013).
  57. 57. Resources (cont.) 58 • https://scn.sap.com/docs/DOC-32680 • http://scn.sap.com/docs/DOC-29523 • SAP Notes 1836149, 1719702 (project planning) and 1777947 (cost center planning)
  58. 58. Other Resources • Martin Munzel, New SAP Controlling Planning Interface • http://co.planning.espresso- tutorials.com 59 • Janet Salmon, Controlling with SAP – Practical Guide • ISBN: 978-1-59229-392-6 • http://www.sap- press.com/products/Controllin g-with-SAP-%E2%80%94- Practical-Guide.html
  59. 59. Five Key Ideas • Use SAP Innovation Discovery to learn more about Enhancement Packages, SAP Notes, and other innovations • Talk to your administrator about turning on a business function in your sandbox system • If you are a global company, explore the new functions for actual costing and multiple valuations • Don’t forget that some of the CO-related innovations might be in Logistics because of the integrated nature of SAP ERP • Consider updating the look of your user interfaces and planning applications, especially if you are bringing new users online 60
  60. 60. Questions • Now: • Ask questions now for immediate answers • Later: • Janet.dorothy.salmon@sap.com 61 Q&A
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