Securing Fiori – Excerpt from Securing SAP S/4HANA

258Excerpt from Securing SAP S/4HANA.

SAP Fiori is a new user experience (UX) for SAP software and applications. It provides a set of applications that are used in regular business functions such as work approvals, financial apps, calculation apps, and various self-service apps.
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Overview of BRFplus basics

256Excerpt from Leveraging SAP BRFplus in Big Data Scenarios by Tom Zamir.

BRFplus is an ABAP-based rules engine which is a native part of SAP NetWeaver Application Server. As such, it enjoys the following advantages over other rules engines:

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What’s Changing in FSCM – Dispute Management in S/4HANA Compared to ECC


Blog post by Gaurav Agarwal courtesy of ERPfixers.

I wish for a world without any dispute, but the reality is that in every sphere of business there are chances of dispute. While running a business, customer disputes can impact organization’s financial stability and creditability.
SAP FSCM – Dispute Management helps in identifying and documenting disputes earlier in the payment cycle, track and monitor reasons that drive DSO (Days Sales Outstanding) and streamline process of dispute resolution while fully integrated with FI. Key process steps in FSCM – Dispute Management are as below:

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Master Data in SAP Cost Center Accounting

192Excerpt from Practical Guide to SAP Cost Center Accounting by John Pringle.

One way of classifying data in SAP is to differentiate between items that are considered master data and items that are considered transactional data. In SAP, master data is relatively static data that is defined once and is shared throughout the application. Examples include vendors, customers, materials, general ledger accounts, cost centers, and profit centers. This master data then is used in transactional data such as invoices, accounting documents, and material movements. In an SAP implementation project, the structure and definition of master data should be thoroughly planned to reflect the needs of the business properly. Careful consideration should be given to such factors as numbering and naming the master data, permitted field values, and the ultimate reporting aims of the business. In this chapter, you will see the relevant master data available in CCA.

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