Master Data - Customer & Vendor (Configuration & End User)

Rana W Mehmood
A free video tutorial from Rana W Mehmood
SAP Functional Consultant
4.2 instructor rating • 5 courses • 16,973 students

Lecture description

  • Accounts Receivable/Customer Master Record

    • Introduction of 3 Segments: General data (FI), Company code segment (FI) and Sales area segment (SD)

    • Difference between Decentrally and Centrally Master data

    • Preparations for creating Customer Master data (IMG)

      • Define Account Groups with Screen Layout (Customers)

      • Creation of Customer Account Group with/without One-time account

      • Overview of Screen Layout per Company code (Customers)

      • Overview of Screen Layout per Activity (Customers)

      • Overview of Change Message control for Customer master data

      • Overview of defining Industries

      • Creation of Number Ranges for Customer Accounts

        • Internal and External Number Ranges (Alpha-numeric)

        • Assignment of Number ranges to Customer account groups

    • Creation of Customer Master Data (Easy access)

      • Introduction of SAP GUI options to show keys within dropdown list

  • Accounts Payable/Vendor Master Record

    • Introduction of 3 Segments: General data (FI), Company code segment (FI) and Purchasing area segment (MM)

    • Creation Number Ranges for Vendor Accounts

      • Internal and External Number Ranges (Alpha-numeric)

      • Assignment of Number ranges to Vendor account groups

  • Creation of Vendor Master Data (Easy access)

Learn more from the full course

SAP FICO (Financial Accounting & Management Accounting)

The course covers both configuration and end-user processes for SAP FICO module

40:13:58 of on-demand video • Updated June 2020

  • Configuration and Implementation for SAP FICO module
  • Requirements gathering for the Business Record to Report process cycle
  • SAP Business analysis to improve financial activities
  • Hands-on experience with SAP system
  • Be able to take SAP FI Certification exam
  • Be able to work as both SAP End-User and Consultant
  • Understand how a required business process runs on SAP
  • Integration of SAP FICO with SAP MM and SAP SD
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