Dive into group reporting in SAP S/4HANA!

Introducing Consolidation with SAP S/4HANA Finance for Group Reporting

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104 pages, E-book formats: EPUB, MOBI, PDF, online
2019-03, ISBN 978-1-4932-1828-8
Consolidation has changed with SAP S/4HANA. In this E-Bite, get the details on group reporting. Explore the master data for consolidation and discover your two monitoring tools. Walk through consolidation: reclassifications, postings, eliminations, and reconciliations. Then, consider the available data analysis and reporting tools. Group reporting in SAP S/4HANA-take your first look!
  • Explore SAP’s newest cloud and on-premise consolidation tool
  • Preview data collection, currency translation, interunit reconciliation, and more
  • Discover your reporting options through SAP Fiori and SAP Analytics Cloud

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Piotr Górecki is a program manager and enterprise architect working at the IBM Global SAP Center of Competence.

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