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SAP FICO Training

30 Hours
Online Instructor-led Training
USD 1399 (USD 2800)
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SAP FICO Training course and certification
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About this Course

SAP FICO stands for SAP Finance and Controlling and is one of the most important SAP modules that covers two major aspects viz. SAP FI & SAP CO. SAP financial accounting (SAP FI) is used to analyze the financial market condition of any organization while SAP Controlling (SAP CO) is helpful in monitoring, coordination, and optimization of all the processes which is necessary for the organization's growth.

SAP FICO is a core functional component in SAP ERP Central Component that allows an organization to manage all its financial data. SAP FICO is based on pure accounting principles that facilitate core accounting and reporting capabilities and ensures most up-to-date balances as well as reporting accuracy through complete integration between General Ledger (GL). Accounts Receivable (AR), Accounts Payable (AP), and Asset Accounts (AA). FICO provides flexible configuration as per country specific standards of Reporting, Tax, and Depreciation. SAP FICO module includes SAP FICO configuration, SAP CO configuration, SAP FI user and SAP CO user.

SAP FI is used for external reporting purpose, for example, making Balance Sheet, Profit, and Loss statement. The objective is to record all financial transactions that are posted by an entity and produce financial statements which are accurate at the end of the trading period. It  is used to store the financial data of an organization and also helps to analyse the financial conditions of a company in the market. SAP FI is made up of sub-modules such as General Ledger, Accounts Receivables, Accounts Payables, Asset Accounting. SAP FI module integrates with other SAP Modules like SAP SD, SAP PP, SAP MM, SAP SCM, etc. In summary, SAP FI monitors the company financials.

SAP CO delivers cost accounting and is used for internal reporting purpose. SAP CO includes managing and configuring master data that covers cost center accounting, profit center accounting, internal orders, real order, product costing, profitability analysis.  It helps organizations in planning, reporting and monitoring business operations. SAP CO supports coordination, monitoring, and optimization of all the process in the organization.

Functionally, both FI and CO modules store the financial related transactions/information. FI and CO modules are firmly integrated with other ERP modules such as Sales and Distribution (SD), Material Management, Human Resources Management, and so on.

SAP FICO Training is in high demand in the market because SAP FICO is the most critical component of SAP ERP suite and covers all necessary components of Finance, Accounting and Controlling part of any organization which is necessary for growth.

Uplatz, the biggest IT training provider in Europe, provides this end-to-end SAP FICO training course to help you understand the core concepts of SAP FICO module. This instructor-led online SAP FICO course covers all aspects of SAP FI and CO and guides you step-by-step on various configurations and implementation steps of the SAP FICO module.
Uplatz is one of the most renowned online training providers across the globe offering SAP FICO training to be provided by highly experienced SAP Certified trainers.

Uplatz's SAP FICO Training program will help to learn and understand the entire SAP FICO Course theoretically and practically so that every student can easily qualify the SAP FICO certification Exams and gain deep knowledge of SAP FICO module to increase the chances of getting a high-paying job.

Taking up a SAP FICO certification is the first step towards beginning a career as a SAP FICO consultant. The different parts of the SAP FI and SAP CO modules are essential to build the skill sets of a SAP FICO consultant or professional. After completion of this SAP FICO course, the students can perfectly configure SAP FI & CO modules in organizations of any size.

This comprehensive SAP FICO training with focus on imparting necessary skills to help you become a successful FICO consultant or power user. This training and certification program will also help you switch to a high-paying job. SAP FICO transactions and exercises are intended for both the beginners and the experts, with the goal that they can learn to execute and configure the SAP FI/CO ERP modules. Our hands-on instructor-led SAP FICO Training will prepare you for the SAP job market and as well as equip you with all the necessary training/assistance that is needed or required for you to pass the SAP FI/CO certification examination.

As part of this training, you will also learn SAP Fiori to work with real-time analytics, prediction, and simulation for all financial and operational data through hands-on projects. Master SAP FICO through this SAP FICO course.


Course Objectives

By the end of this SAP FICO Certification training, you will be able to learn and apply:

·       Concepts and fundamentals of SAP Finance and Controlling modules
·       Configuration and Implementation for SAP FICO module
·       Requirements gathering for the Business Record to Report process cycle
·       SAP Business analysis to improve financial activities
·       General Ledger, Accounts Payable, Bank Accounting and Funds Management and its application in finance analysis
·       SAP FICO business processes and how FICO Module works in R/3 and S/4HANA
·       Integrate SAP FICO with other SAP modules
·       End to End Implementation Process
·       Prepare for SAP FICO certification and job interviews
·       Be able to work as both SAP End-User and Consultant


Who this course is for

·       Anyone who wants to learn SAP FICO configuration and implementation
·       SAP Users who want to extend their knowledge to configure SAP FICO
·       Other ERP Consultants who want to learn SAP FICO configuration and implementation
·       Analytics professionals, professionals desirous of excelling in the fields of accounting and finance
·       Financial Analysts & Reporting Professionals
·       Project Managers


SAP FICO Training

Course Details & Curriculum

•    Introduction to ERP
•    Introduction to SAP

Part 1: Enterprise Structure:
Definition of company
Definition of company code
Assignment of company to company code
Definition of business area

Part 2: Financial Accounting Basic Settings
Definition of fiscal year variant
Assignment of fiscal year variant to company code
Definition of posting period variant
Assignment of posting period variant to company code
Open and close posting period
Maintenance of field status variants
Assignment of field status variant to company code
Creation of chart of Accounts
Defining Accounts Groups
Defining Retained Earnings Account
Definition of tolerance groups for GL accounts
Definition of tolerance groups for employees
Assignment of tolerance groups to users
Taxes on Sales & Purchases (input & output)
Defining document type & number ranges

PART 3: General Ledger Accounting
Creation of General Ledger Master (with and without reference)
Display/Change/Block/Unblock of general ledger master
Document Entry posting normal postings and posting with reference
Display and change of documents
Display of GL balances
Display GL account line items
Parked documents
Hold documents
Creation of Sample Document postings with sample documents
Reversal of individual documents, mass reversal and reversal of reversed document
Month End Provisions –
Open item Management – Full clearing, Partial Clearing and Residual Clearing
Accrual and Deferral documents
Interest calculations on term loans

PART 4: Accounts Payable
Creation of vendor account groups
Creation of number ranges for vendor master records
Assignment of number ranges to vendor account groups
Creation of tolerance group for vendors
Creation of vendor master (display/change/block/unblock of vendor master)
Posting of vendor transactions (invoice posting, payment posting, credit memo)
Display Vendor balances and G/L Balances
Configuration Settings for advance payments to Vendors (down payment)
Clearing of down payment against invoices (special GL transactions)
Posting of partial Payment & Residual Payment
Creation of payment terms,
Creation of house banks and account ids.
Creation of check lots and Creation of void reasons
Maintenance of check register
Display check register
Cancellation of unissued checks
Cancellation of issued checks
posting of purchase returns.
Configuration of automatic payment program
Defining correspondence & party statement of accounts

PART 5: Accounts receivable
Creation of customer account groups
Creation of number ranges for customer master records
Assignment of number ranges for customer account groups
Creation of tolerance group for customers
Creation of customer master (display/change/block/unblock of vender master)
Posting of customer transactions (sales invoice posting, payment posting, debit memo)
Display customer balances and G/L Balances
Configuration Settings for advance payment from customers (down payment)
Configuration settings for terms of payment to customers
Configuration of settings for dunning
Generating the dunning letters
Defining correspondence and party statement of accounts
Bills of exchange
Posting of sales returns
When the vendor and customer both are same
A. without terms of payment
B. with common terms of payment.

PART 6: Asset Accounting:
Copy reference chart of depreciation
Assignment of chart of depreciation to company code
Creation of 0% tax codes for sales and purchases
Defining account determination
Definition of screen lay out rules
Definition of number ranges for asset master
Creation of asset classes
Integration with General Ledger & Posting rules
Defining Depreciation key
Definition of multilevel methods
Definition of period control methods
Creation of main asset master records
Creation of sub asset master records
posting the transactions for Acquisition of fixed assets
Depreciation run and Asset explorer
Sale of fixed assets – with customer and without customer
Transfer of assets
Impairment of assets
Scrapping of assets,
Line item Settlement of assets under construction of capital work in progress


Basic settings for controlling
Defining Controlling Area
Defining Number ranges for Controlling Area
Maintain Planning Versions

Cost element accounting
Creation of primary cost elements from financial accounting area
Creation of primary cost elements from controlling area
Display of cost element master records
Change cost element master records
Primary cost element categories
Secondary cost element categories

Cost Center accounting
Defining Cost Center Standard Hierarchy
Creation of Cost Centers and cost center groups
Display cost center master records
Change cost center master records
Creation of cost center groups
Posting to cost centers
Reposting of co line items
Repost of Costs
Planning for cost centers
Cost center reports

Internal orders
Define field status group for statistical orders
Creation of Primary cost element
Creation of internal order master records for statistical orders
Display internal order master records
Change internal order master records
Postings to internal orders
Planning for internal orders
Report of Variance analysis for internal orders

Real orders
Creation of real internal orders
Posting of business transaction to real orders
Definition of allocation structures
Definition of settlement profiles
Definition of planning profiles
Define number ranges for Settlement documents of real internal orders
Define number ranges for controlling documents.
Budgeting and availability control
Maintain number ranges for budgeting
Define tolerances for availability control
Specification of exempt cost elements from availability control
Maintenance of budget manager

Profit Center accounting
Basic Settings for Profit Center Accounting
Creation of Dummy Profit Centers
Maintenance of control parameters for actual postings
Maintaining planning versions for profit centers
Maintaining the number ranges for profit center documents
Creation of profit center master records
Display of profit center master records
Changing the profit center master records
Assign profit center to cost center for expenditure posting
Creation of revenue cost elements
Automatic Assignment of Revenue elements for Profit Centers
Assignment of profit centers in cost center master records
Creation of account groups in profit center accounting for planning
Planning for profit and loss account items
Posting of transactions into profit centres
Generating the variance reports for profit and loss account items

Integration of financial accounting with materials management:
Integration of financial accounting with sales and distribution:
Profitability analysis:
Maintaining the operating concern
Define profitability segment characteristics
Assignment of controlling area to operating concern
Activating the profitability analysis
Define number ranges for actual postings
Mapping of SD conditions types to COPA value fields
Creation of reports
Viewing the reports

Define Tax procedure
Assign tax procedure to the country
Define condition types
Define tax keys
Assign the condition types and tax keys to the tax procedure.
Define tax codes
Creation of G/L Accounts for taxation
Posting of vendor and customer transactions with taxes.

Foreign currency transactions
New general ledger

Financial statement version
General Ledger, Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Assets Reports



Every SAP module has two levels of examination:

1.    Associate (Fresher)

Exam Duration: 180 Minutes
Total Questions: 80
Types of Questions: MCQs, multiple response matching questions and answers

2.    Professional (Experienced)

Exam Duration: 180 Minutes
Total Questions: 80
Types of Questions: MCQs, multiple response, scenario based and matching questions and answers


Career Path

After successful completion of SAP FICO Training & Certification the students can easily explore the following career and job opportunities:

1.  SAP FICO Consultant
2.  SAP FICO Executive
3.  SAP FICO Analyst
4.  Finance & Account Executive
5.  SAP FICO Financial Modeller
6.  SAP FICO Manager

Job Prospects

The average salary ranges from approx. £62,863 per year for SAP FICO Consultant to £156,472 per year for SAP FICO Lead/Manager.
There are currently 51,000+ open SAP FICO jobs in UK ranging from FICO end-users to consultants to managers.

SAP FICO Training Interview Questions


1) Explain the term SAP FICO?
SAP FICO stands for FI ( Financial Accounting) and CO (controlling). In SAP FICO, SAP FI take cares about accounting, preparation of financial statements, tax computations etc, while SAP CO take cares of inter orders, cost sheet, inventory sheet, cost allocations etc. It is the software that stores data, and also computes them and retrieves the result based on the current marketing scenario. SAP FICO prevents data lost and also does the verification and reporting of data.

2) What are the other modules to which 'Financial Accounting' is integrated?
The other modules to which 'Financial Accounting' is integrated are
a) Sales and Distribution
b) Material Management
c) Human Resource
d) Production Planning
e) Controlling of financial transaction

3) In SAP FI what are the organizational elements?
The organizational elements in SAP FI are:
a) Company Code
b) Business Area
c) Chart of Account
d) Functional Area

4) Explain what is posting key and what does it control?
In order to determine the transaction type which is entered in the line item, a two digit numerical is used known as 'Posting Key'
Posting key determines
a) Account Types
b) Types of posting. Debit or Credit
c) Field status of transaction

5) What is the company code in SAP?
To generate financial statements like Profit and Loss statement, Balance sheets etc. company code is used.

6) How many Chart of Accounts can company code have?
You can have one Chart of Account for one company code which is assigned.

7) For a Company Code how many currencies can be configured?
There are three currencies that can be configured for a Company code, one is a local currency and two are the parallel currencies.

8) What are the options in SAP for Fiscal years?
Fiscal year in SAP is the way financial data is stored in the system. In SAP, you have 12 periods and four special periods. These periods are stored in fiscal year variant that is:
a) Calendar Year: From Jan-Dec, April-March
b) Year dependent fiscal year

9) What is a 'year shift' in SAP calendar?
SAP system does not know what is broken fiscal year e.g April 2012 to March 2013 and only understand the calendar year. If, for any business, the fiscal year is not a calendar year but the combination of the different months of two different calendar year and then one of the calendar year has to classified as a fiscal year for SAP and the month falling in another year has to be adjusted into the fiscal year by shifting the year by using the sign -1 or +1. This shift in the year is known as 'year shift'.
Example: April 2012 to Dec 2012 is our first calendar year, and Jan 2013 to March 2013 is our second year, now if you are taking April-12 to Dec-12 as your fiscal year, then Jan-13 to March-13 automatically becomes the second year, and you have to adjust this year by using -1 shift, and vice versa if the scenario is reversed, here you will use +1 shift.

10) What is year dependent fiscal year variant?
In a year dependent fiscal year variant, the number of days in a month is not as per the calendar month. For example, in year 2005, month January end on 29th, month Feb ends on 26th etc.

11) In SAP how input and output taxes are taken care?
For each country tax procedure is defined, and tax codes are defined within this. There is a flexibility to either expense out the Tax amounts or capitalise the same to stocks.

12) Explain what is validations and substitutions in SAP?
For each functional area in SAP Validation or Substitution is defined eg, Assets, Controlling etc. at the following levels
a) Document Level
b) Line item Level

13) What are the application areas that use validation and substitutions?
a) FI- Financial accounting
b) CO-Cost accounting
c) AM-Asset accounting
d) GL-Special purpose ledger
e) CS-Consolidation
f) PS-Project system
g) RE-Real estate
h) PC-Profit center accounting

14) In SAP what is the use of FSV ( Financial Statement Version) ?
FSV ( Financial Statement Version) is a reporting tool. It can be used to extract final accounts from SAP like Profit and Loss Account and Balance Sheet. The multiple FSV's can be used for generating the output of various external agencies like Banks and other statutory authorities.

15) What is a field status group?
'Field status groups' control the fields which come up when the user does the transactions. In FIGL (Financial General Ledger) master, the field status group is stored.

16) What is FI-GL (Financial- General Ledger) Accounting does?
To get an overview of external Accounting and accounts, G L (General Ledger) Accounting is used. It does the recording of all business transactions incorporated with all other operational areas in a software system and also ensures that the Accounting data is always complete and accurate.

17) What is the default exchange rate type which is picked up for all SAP transactions?
For all SAP transaction, the default exchange rate is M (Average Rate).

18) What are the methods by which vendor invoice payments can be made?
a) Manual payment without the use of any output medium like cheques etc.
b) Automatic payments like DME (Data Medium Exchange), cheques, Wire transfer

19) What are the problems when business area is configured?
The problem faced when a business area is configured, is splitting of account balance which is more pertinent in the case of tax accounts.

20) For document clearing what are the customizing prerequisites ?
The customizing pre-requisite for document clearing is to check the items cleared and uncleared, and this is done by open item management. Open item management manages your outstanding account, i.e account payable and account receivable. For instance, an invoice item that has not yet been paid is recorded as open account until it is paid.

21) What is the importance of GR/IR ( Good Received/ Invoice Received) clearing account?
GR/IR ( Good Received/ Invoice Received) is an interim account. In the legacy system, if the goods are received and the invoice is not received, the provision is made, in SAP at the goods receipt. It passes the Accounting entry debiting the Inventory and crediting the GR/IR account. Similarly, when an invoice is received the vendor account is credited, and the GR/IR account is debited, the GR/IR will show as an un-cleared items till the time the invoice is not received.

22) What is parallel and local currency in SAP?
Each company code can have two additional currencies, in addition to the company code, currency entered to the company code data. The currency entered in the company code creation is called local currency and the other two additional currencies are called parallel currencies. Parallel Currencies can be used in foreign business transactions. In order to do international transaction, parallel currency can be used. The two parallel currencies would be GROUP CURRENCY and HARD CURRENCY.

23) Where can you use the internal order?
To track the cost, internal orders are used; they are proposed to be incurred over on a short term basis.

24) Is it possible to calculate depreciation to the day?
Yes, it is possible to calculate depreciation, to do that you have to switch on the indicator Dep. to the day in the depreciation key configuration.

25) In Asset Accounting what is the organizational assignments?
In Asset Accounting, chart of depreciation is rated as the highest node, and this is assigned to the company node. All the depreciation calculations are stored under the chart of depreciation.

26) What is the importance of asset classes? What asset classes are there?
The asset class is the main class to classify assets. Every asset must be assigned to only one asset class. Example of asset class is Furniture & Fixtures, Plant & Machinery, and Computers etc. The asset class also contains G1 account, when any asset is procured, G1 account is debited. Whenever you create and asset master, it becomes mandatory to mention the assest class for which you are creating the required assets. So, whenever any asset transaction occurs, the G1 account attached to the asset class is automatically picked up and the entry is passed. You can also specify the default values for calculating the depreciation values and other master data in each asset class.

27) How capital WIP (Work In Process) and Assets accounted for in SAP?
'Capital WIP' is referred to as Assets under construction in SAP and is represented under specific asset class. Depreciation is not charged under 'Capital WIP' usually. The cost incurred on building a capital asset can be booked to an 'internal order' and through the settlement procedures, and can be posted onto an 'Asset Under Construction'.

28) What are the major components of Chart of Accounts?
The major components of Chart of Accounts are:
a) Chart of account key
b) Name
c) Maintain Language
d) Length GL account number
e) Controlling Integration
f) Consolidation-Group chart of accounts
g) Block indicator

29) What is credit control area in SAP?
To immune your company from the risk of bad debts and multiple outstanding receivable, you can set a credit limit for your customer by using credit control area in SAP. With the help of SAP, you can block the deliveries to your customer based on the credit limit and the accounts receivable balance in their account which is maintained by you.

30) How can you create Credit Control Area in SAP?
By using transaction code OB45 or path you can create Credit Control Area in SAP
SPRO> enterprise structure >maintain structure>definition>financial accounting>maintain credit control area and then enter the following description
a) Update
b) Name of the credit control area in SAP
c) Currency
d) Description
e) Credit Limit
f) Risk Category
g) Fiscal Variant
h) Rep group

31) What is posting period variants?
In fiscal year posting period is a period for which the transactions figures are updated. The posting period variants in SAP is accountable to control which Accounting period is open for posting and ensures that the closed periods remain balanced.
32) Explain in simple terms what is field status and what does it control?
Field status group is a group configured in FSV (Field Status Variant) to maintain field status for G/L (General Ledger) accounts. It controls which field should suppress, display, optional and required.

33) What is short-end fiscal year?
A short-end fiscal year results when you change from a normal fiscal year to a non-calendar fiscal year, or other way around. This type of change happens when an enterprise becomes part of a new co-corporate group.

34) What is an account group and where it is used?
To control the data that needs to be entered at the time of the creation of a master record an account group is used. Account group exist for the definition of GL account, Customer Master and Vendor.

35) What is the purpose of "Document type" in SAP?
The purpose of " Document type" in SAP is
a) Number range for documents are defined by it
b) Types of accounts that can be posted are controlled by it, e.g Assets, Vendor, Customer, Normal GL account
c) It is used for the reversal of entries

36) Is business area at company code level?
No. Business area is at client level which means other company codes can also be posted to the same business area.

37) In SAP, Customer and Vendor code are stored at what level?
The Vendor and Customer codes are stored at the client level. It means that by extending the company code view any company code can use the customer and vendor code.

38) How are tolerances for invoice verification defined?
Tolerance determines whether the payable places matching or tax hold on the invoice. The following are the instances of tolerance can be defined for Logistic Invoice Verification.
a) Small differences
b) Moving average price variances
c) Quantity variances
d) Price variances

39) What is a country Chart of Accounts?
Country Chart of Accounts contains G/L (General Ledger) accounts needed to meet the country's legal requirements.

40) What is APP in SAP Fico?
APP stands for 'Automatic Payment Program'; it is a tool provided by SAP to companies to pay its vendors and customers. APP tools help to avoid any mistakes taken place in posting manually. Also, when number of employees is more in the company, payment through APP becomes more feasible.

41) In SAP FICO what are the terms of payment and where are they stored?
Payment terms are created in the configuration and determine the payment due date for vendor/customer invoice.
They are stored on the customer or vendor master record and are pulled through onto the customer/vendor invoice postings. The due date can be changed on each individual invoice if required.

42) What are one-time vendors?
In certain companies, especially the one dealing with high cash transactions, it is not practical to create new master records for every vendor trading partner. One time vendors allows a dummy vendor code to be used on invoice entry and also the information which is usually stored in the vendor master.

43) What are the standard stages of the SAP payment run?
The following steps are the standard stages of the SAP payment run
a) Entering of parameters ( Vendor Accounts, Company Codes, Payment Methods)
b) Proposal Scheduling – the system proposes the list of invoice paid
c) Payment booking- the booking of the actual payments in the ledger
d) Printing of payment forms ,example cheques

44) In Accounts Receivable, what is the difference between the 'Residual Payment' and 'Part Payment' methods of allocating cash?
'Residual payment' and 'Part payment' are the two methods for allocating partial methods from customers. For example, an invoice for $100 is generated, customer has paid $70. Now this $70 will be off-set and leaving the remaining balance $30. With residual payment, the invoice is cleared for the full value of $100 and a new invoice is generated for the remaining balances $30.

45) What is "dunning" in SAP?
'Dunning' is the process by which payment chasing letters are issued to customers. SAP can determine which customers should receive the letters and for which overdue items. Different letters can be printed in SAP depending on the overdue payment date, with a simple reminder. With the help of dunning level on the customer master, we can know which letter has been issued to the customer.

46) What is the purpose of the account type field in the GL (General Ledger) master record?
At the end of the year, profit and loss accounts are cleared down to the retained earnings balance sheets account. The field contains an indicator which is linked to a specific GL (General Ledger) accounts to use in this clear down.

47) Explain what is recurring entries and why are they used?
Recurring entries can eliminate the need for the manual posting of Accounting documents which do not change from month to month. For example, an expense document can be generated which can be scheduled for the last days of each month or whenever an individual wants it. Usually multiple recurring entries are created at one go and then processed all together as a batch month end using transaction.

48) What is a 'Value Field' in the CO-PA module?
Value fields are number or value related fields in profitability analysis such as quantity, sales revenue, discount value etc.

49) What are the statistical internal orders?
Statistical internal orders are dummy cost objects used for reporting and analysis purposes. It must be posted to in conjunction with a real object such as a cost center.

50) For what purposes internal orders can be used?
You can use internal orders for
a) Overhead Orders: It monitors internal jobs settled to cost centres
b) Investment Orders: It monitors internal jobs settled to fixed assets
c) Accrual Orders: Offsetting posting of accrued costs calculated in CO
d) Orders with Revenue: It display the cost controlling parts of Sales and Distribution, it does not affect the core business of the company


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