SAP Best Practices for Business Planning and Consolidation

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SAP BusinessObjects
Planning and
Consolidation 7.5,
version for the
NetWeaver

platform

September

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SAP
Best Practices for
Business

Planning and
Consolidation






SAP AG

Dietmar
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Hopp
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Allee

16

69190 Walldorf

Germany

Solution Scope


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Purpose

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Scenari o B
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Business Result Analysis and Simulation
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2.2

Scenari o
B
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Sal es P
lanning
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HCM Planni ng

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Scenari o B
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Profit and Loss Planning

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2.5

Scenari o B
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Legal Consolidation
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Scenari o B
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Performance Review and Forecast
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Best Practices for Business
Planning an
d
Consolidation
: Solution Scope

1

Purpose

This Solution Scope provides an overview of the functions covered by
SAP Best Practices for
Business
Planning and Consolidation

(NetWeaver) V1.75 Global Version.


The Solution Scope does not provide technical explan
ations of how to use the functions.
For further information on this topic, see the
B
usiness
P
rocess
Documentation
.


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Functional Scope


Supported Business
Processes or Scenarios

2.1

Scenario B
59



Business Result Analysis and
Simulation

This scenario describes
the annual target setup process for the new fiscal year including sales /PL
and HCM. After annual target is set up, the volume could be referenced for sales planning / HCM
planning and PL planning scenarios.

2.2

Scenario
B
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Sales
Planning

This scenario des
cribes the sales planning setup process for the new fiscal year including sales unit
price, sales quantity and unit cost by products and regions(customers). After planned sales data is
approved, they will be copied to relevant PL account for PL planning

2.3

Scenario B
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HCM Planning

This scenario describes how to setup the HCM expense planning, which includes salary, bonus,
benefits and other costs per organization and position. This scenario also describes how to analyze
the HCM costs.

2.4

Scenario B
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Prof
it and Loss Planning

This scenario describes how to setup Profit and Loss planning. In PL, sale revenue, cost of sales,
gross profit and salary expense are transferred from sales planning and HCM planning scenario. In
this scenario, the planner
s

manually p
lan the other PL accounts for different department
s
.

2.5

Scenario B
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Legal Consolidation

This scenario enables enterprises to
setup a standardized financial consolidation process for group
companies.

This allows the enterprise to report its financial data
accurately, timely and consistently.

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2.6

Scenario B
60



Performance Review and Forecast

This scen
ario
enables enterprises to review the
execution

of the plan within the year. It describes
how to
s
etup a monthly business simulation base
d

on the latest actual sa
les data and PL data
.