Cash Accounting And Cash Flow Planning With SAP Liquidity Planner.pdf


Cash Accounting And Cash Flow Planning With SAP Liquidity Planner.pdf

Cash Management and Liquidity Planning in SAP S/4HANA Finance include Accounting, Business Planning and Consolidation, and Cash Management.. The module enables companies to create a timely and objective liquidity plan that. The solution mainly relies on BPC business process flows (BPF) and .
Decisions and Plans : A. Manager’s book keeping : Following principles of accounting for public and private, private and public entities. Payroll. and payroll process flows.. Solutions : A. • Implementing SAP company Accounting (COA). • Implementing an SAP — Electronic payroll system. • . S1APF – Financial Planning, Using the Planning. An SAP business process solution for planning and budgeting. .
April 2012 Source – Diligence – SM-11-0095-Addendum-Executed-2012-04-14 04:48:00 – SAP.                                                                                                                                                             Â

I could not find any book, which gives an overview about this topic.
I found the following generic book, which isn’t really applicable.
Cash Management (part – 2) – SAP Service Marketplace
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I know this is an old topic, but I wanted to share my experience on this topic. I had a project to create a new program to manage financial cash. I used both of these platforms:
1) SAP Cash Management – (I also have the german version of this product). This is a powerfull accounting software for manage cash, users manage things like; cut todays date into cash flows, bank reconciliations, apply different percentages, graph cash flows, generate cash flow and much more. This product is really awesome!
2) Liquidity Planner – (I also have the german version of this product). This is a standalone product to handle with your cash flows. Just use it to handle cash flows (this is the most easy way to use this product), you wont need to use both of these products to manage financial cash. Just use Liquidity Planner in order to get the basic overview of cash flows and try to follow the liquidity plan without using the other tool.
I started working in this two products and here is my results!
Mannual Review
I started working in Liquidity Planner. The main, and most complicated point, was to create accounts; so that customers / partners / receivables will be grouped into one account and you need to manage; currency, number of days cash flows will be based on this account, the frequency of accounts (cash flows), you need to input the receivables, use days, currency, expected amount, etc. So, my account structure is like this:

Accounts (you can create up to 64 accounts)

Once all accounts are configured, you can adjust cash flow frequency and day. I usually create accounts to handle with different payment methods; so after customer is created the cash flows will be one for every payment method; so if a payment is success, it will come with

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