Customize your budget in SAP PSM!

Configuring Funds Management for SAP Public Sector Management

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103 pages, E-book formats: EPUB, MOBI, PDF, online
ISBN 978-1-4932-1302-3
A budget is only as powerful as it is customized. Given your organization's unique business structure and requirements, set up Funds Management in SAP PSM to keep your costs and expenses on track. First set up your master data and define a budgetary structure; then integrate budgetary management, actuals and commitments updates, and AVC processes.
  • Configure SAP PSM-FM for your budget needs
  • Set up a budget structure that reflects your organization
  • Customize budgetary management, actuals and commitment updates, and availability controls

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»An expert voice to guide your FM implementation!«

Since 1995 Eli Klovski has worked for private and public sectors in several EMEA countries, providing SAP ERP solutions in accounting, controlling, materials management, funds management, and project management for full-cycle implementations, roll-outs, business flow coordination, and data migration projects.

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