Processes in SAP Credit Management, SAP Biller Direct, SAP Dispute and SAP Collections Management

FSC020 3 days

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Processes in SAP Credit Management, SAP Biller Direct, SAP Dispute and SAP Collections Management

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Goals

  • Give an overview of SAP Financial Supply Chain Management (SAP FSCM) and understand its approach
  • Give an insight in the SAP FSCM - components Credit Management, Biller Direct, Dispute Management and Collections Management:
    • Describe the functionalities and the deployment and integration options of these components
    • Describe how a company can concretely use these components within its order-to-payment -process and apply these components in first steps (building a order-to-process-scenario using these components)

Audience

  • Decision makers
  • Project managers
  • Key users and Project team members
  • Consultants and Sales employees

Prerequisites

Essential

  • None

Recommended

  • SAPFIN SAP ERP Financials or
  • SAP01 SAP Overview
  • SCM600 Business Processes in Sales Order Management

Course based on software release

  • SAP ERP 6.0, Enhancement Package 5 (e.g. SAP R/3 4.6C, SAP APO 3.0)

Content

  • Definition of Financial Supply Chain and its business processes
  • Motivation and scope of SAP Financial Supply Chain Management
  • Monitor and manage customers' credit risk with SAP Credit Management
  • Present customer invoices and account data using the Internet with SAP Biller Direct
  • Process claims and deductions with SAP Dispute Management
  • Collect outstanding receivables efficiently with SAP Collections Management
  • Integration of these SAP FSCM components with each other, with Financial Accounting and other SAP ERP components

Notes

  • The content of this course is appropriate for participants on the following SAP software releases: R/3 4.6c, R/3 Enterprise Ext. 1.10/ 2.00, SAP ERP Central Component 5.0., SAP ERP Central Component 6.0

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