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This is an overview course on SAP FICO while the complete detailed-level SAP FICO course is available at -  https://training.uplatz.com/online-it-course.php?id=sap-fico-finance-and-controlling-5. SAP FICO (Finance and Controlling) module is one of the most popular SAP modules and offers features to manage finance and accounting function in organization of any size.

SAP FICO consists of two sub-modules viz. FI and CO. SAP FI, as the term suggests, deals in managing financial transactions within enterprises. This financial accounting module helps employees to manage data involved in any financial and business transactions in a unified system. SAP FICO functions very well for reporting requirements. SAP FI is very flexible and handles all types of economic situations. SAP implementation helps in consolidating data for diverse business transactions and legal requirements.


SAP Financial Accounting module helps you to get the real-time financial position of an enterprise in the market. SAP FI incorporates with other SAP modules such as SAP SD, SAP MM, SAP PP, Payroll, and more. SAP CO module is the other part of SAP FICO offered to enterprises.

The controlling module supports the process works of planning, reporting, and monitoring operations of businesses. It involves methods to view and organize costs that are required for financial reporting. The controlling module enables one to plan, track, perform, and report about costs. Controlling includes managing and configuring master data that covers cost elements, cost centers, profit centers, internal orders, and functional area, and so on.


An SAP FICO consultant plays a crucial role in implementing, customizing, and supporting the SAP FICO module within an organization. Their responsibilities can vary depending on the specific project and organization, but generally, an SAP FICO consultant performs the following tasks:

1) Requirements Gathering: The consultant interacts with stakeholders, such as finance managers, accountants, and business analysts, to understand their financial processes, reporting needs, and business requirements. They gather detailed requirements to ensure the SAP FICO solution meets the organization's specific needs.

2) System Configuration: Based on the gathered requirements, the consultant configures the SAP FICO module to align with the organization's financial structure, chart of accounts, fiscal year variants, and other relevant settings. They customize the module to accommodate specific business rules and processes.

3) Implementation and Integration: The consultant collaborates with other SAP module consultants (such as SD, MM, and PP) to ensure smooth integration between SAP FICO and other modules. They ensure data consistency and flow between different components of the SAP ERP system.

4) Testing and Validation: The consultant conducts thorough testing of the SAP FICO configuration and functionalities to ensure they meet the defined requirements. They perform unit testing, integration testing, and user acceptance testing to validate the system's accuracy and reliability.

5) User Training and Support: The consultant provides training to end users, including finance teams, accountants, and other relevant personnel. They conduct training sessions to educate users on how to effectively utilize the SAP FICO functionalities. Additionally, they provide ongoing support to address user queries and issues.

6) Data Migration: In situations where organizations are transitioning from legacy systems to SAP FICO, the consultant may be involved in data migration activities. They ensure the smooth transfer of financial data from the existing system to the SAP FICO module, ensuring data accuracy and integrity.

7) Documentation: The consultant creates detailed documentation of the implemented SAP FICO solution, including system configurations, business processes, user manuals, and training materials. This documentation serves as a reference for users and future consultants.

8) Continuous Improvement and Optimization: The consultant identifies areas for process improvement and optimization within the SAP FICO module. They work closely with stakeholders to analyze financial processes, propose enhancements, and implement changes to achieve better efficiency and productivity.

9) Troubleshooting and Issue Resolution: The consultant troubleshoots and resolves any issues or errors related to the SAP FICO module. They investigate problems reported by users, analyze system logs, and apply appropriate fixes or configuration adjustments to ensure the smooth functioning of the module.

10) Upgrades and Enhancements: As SAP releases new versions and enhancements, the consultant stays updated on the latest features and functionalities of the SAP FICO module. They assess the impact of upgrades on the existing implementation, plan and execute upgrade projects, and implement new functionalities to enhance the organization's financial processes.

In summary, an SAP FICO consultant plays a vital role in implementing, customizing, and supporting the SAP FICO module. They work closely with stakeholders, configure the system, provide training and support, and ensure the successful integration of SAP FICO with other modules. Their goal is to enable organizations to effectively manage their financial processes, gain accurate insights, and make informed decisions using the SAP FICO module.


This is an overview course on SAP FICO by Uplatz to introduce you to the world of SAP Financial Accounting. The full SAP FICO training covers all aspects of FICO module from enterprise structure to initial set-up to configurations and implementation of SAP FICO in the industry.

Course/Topic - SAP FICO overview - all lectures


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  • In this video, you will learn the different concepts related to the Internal Order in the SAP CO module such as its different types, what is a Statistical Order and Real Order, how to work on these two in the CO system, creation of Order Types and also creating Internal Order in the system. Further, you will also learn about the maintenance of Allocation Structure in the SAP CO system.

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Objectives Back to Top

The key objectives of the SAP FICO course are to equip learners with the knowledge and skills necessary to:

a) Understand Financial Accounting and Controlling: Gain a comprehensive understanding of financial accounting and controlling processes in organizations and how SAP FICO supports these functions.

b) Configure SAP FICO: Learn how to configure and customize the SAP FICO module according to specific business requirements, including chart of accounts, fiscal year variants, organizational structures, and other relevant settings.

c) Perform Financial Transactions: Acquire the ability to perform financial transactions using SAP FICO, such as posting journal entries, managing accounts payable and accounts receivable, processing bank transactions, and maintaining asset records.

d) Generate Financial Reports: Learn how to generate various financial reports, including balance sheets, income statements, cash flow statements, and other financial statements, using SAP FICO reporting tools.

e) Understand Cost Accounting: Gain an understanding of cost accounting principles and practices, including cost center accounting, profit center accounting, internal orders, product costing, and profitability analysis using SAP FICO.

f) Budgeting and Planning: Learn how to create and manage budgets, perform budgeting and planning activities, and monitor budget variances using SAP FICO budgeting functionalities.

g) Perform Financial Analysis: Develop the skills to analyze financial data, perform cost analysis, profitability analysis, variance analysis, and other financial analyses using SAP FICO tools and functionalities.

h) Manage Fixed Assets: Understand how to manage fixed assets throughout their lifecycle, including asset acquisition, depreciation calculation, asset transfers, retirements, and tracking of asset values using SAP FICO Asset Accounting.

i) Ensure Compliance: Learn how to ensure compliance with financial regulations, tax requirements, and legal standards using SAP FICO functionalities. Understand how to generate tax reports, handle country-specific reporting, and adhere to auditing and control requirements.

j) Integration of SAP FICO with Other Modules: Understand the integration points between SAP FICO and other SAP modules, such as Sales and Distribution (SD), Materials Management (MM), Production Planning (PP), and Human Capital Management (HCM).

k) Gain Practical Experience: Acquire hands-on experience by working on SAP FICO system simulations, real-life scenarios, and case studies. Develop the ability to apply theoretical concepts to practical situations.

l) Stay Updated with SAP FICO: Stay updated with the latest developments, updates, and enhancements in the SAP FICO module. Understand how to leverage new features and functionalities to optimize financial processes and decision-making.


Overall, the key objectives of the SAP FICO course are to provide learners with a comprehensive understanding of financial accounting, controlling, and reporting in organizations, and enable them to effectively utilize the SAP FICO module to support financial management and decision-making processes.

Syllabus Back to Top

SAP FICO - Course Syllabus (full course)



  • Introduction to ERP

  • Introduction to SAP


Part 1: Enterprise Structure

  • Definition of company

  • Definition of company code

  • Assignment of a 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 vendor 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


Part 6: Asset Accounting

  • Copy reference chart of depreciation

  • Assignment of the chart of depreciation to company code

  • Creation of 0% tax codes for sales and purchases

  • Defining account determination

  • Definition of screen layout 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 the customer and without the customer

  • Transfer of assets

  • Impairment of assets

  • Scrapping of assets,

  • Line item Settlement of assets under construction of capital work in progress


Part 7: Controlling

7.1 Basic Settings for Controlling

  • Defining Controlling Area

  • Defining Number ranges for Controlling Area

  • Maintain Planning Versions

7.2 Cost Element Accounting

  • Creation of primary cost elements from the 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

7.3 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


Part 8: Internal Orders

  • Define the 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


Part 9: 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 centers

  • Generating the variance reports for profit and loss account items


Part 10: Integration

  • 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


Part 11: Overview of Product Costing

  • New General ledger accounting

  • Reports

  • Financial statement version

  • General Ledger, Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Assets Reports

Certification Back to Top

This SAP FICO Overview training course is designed for mastering the SAP FICO module. The course content details the FI and CO processesand able to implement while working on any project.

This SAP FICO Overview training course is meant for clearing the SAP Certified FICO Consultant exam. 

The SAP FICO is an enterprise financial and accounting solution that is used to record, gather and process financial transactions in real-time. The Business Intelligence tool works with a combination of analysis, reporting which is useful for a company management to make right decisions.

In SAP FICO Overview Course module details about SAP finance basics and accounting sub-modules. The SAP FI comprises main sub-modules such as accounts receivable, accounts payable, asset accounting, general ledger accounting and asset accounting. 

SAP FICOOverview course covers the key concepts of SAP FICOmodules such as FI-SD, FI-MM integration and GL accounting.

Uplatz provides appropriate teaching and expertise training to equip the participants for implementing the learnt concepts in an organization.

Uplatz Course Completion Certificate will be awarded upon the completion of the SAP FICO Overview course training. 

The SAP FICO certification exam verifies that the participants possess sound knowledge and can prove their competencies in the area of SAP ERP finance accounting and able to implement the learnt knowledge practically in projects.

Below given are the certification Details of SAP Certified Development Associate- Financial Accounting with SAP ERP 6.0 EhP7

• Certification Level: Associate

• Exam Name: SAP Certified Development Associate- Financial Accounting with SAP ERP 6.0 EhP7

• Exam Code: C_TFIN52_67

• Exam Mode: Online

• Total Number of Questions: 80

• Pass Score: 60%

• Time Duration: 180 Minutes

• Exam Price: $550


Career & Jobs Back to Top

The SAP FICO Consultant draws an average salary of $83,974 per year depending on the competencies, knowledge and hands-on experience. 

The SAP FICO Consultants are recognized across the globe. The SAP FICO Consultant is responsible fordesigning, creating, and deploying SAP-based ERP solution in an organization. 

The SAP FICOoverview course is targeted to those participants who are from ERP and business consulting background and excel as SAP FICO consultant

The following are the job titles:

• SAP FICO Expert

• SAP FICO Associate

• SAP FICO Consultant 

• SAP FI Consultant

• SAP FICO Associate


The SAP FICO Overview online course provides you with an opportunity to explore career opportunities as an SAP FICO Consultant.



















Interview Questions Back to Top

Here are some common interview questions and answers on the SAP FICO module.


1) What is SAP FICO?

SAP FICO stands for Financial Accounting (FI) and Controlling (CO), which are the two core modules of SAP ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) system used for financial management and controlling business processes.

2) What are the main components of SAP FICO?

The main components of SAP FICO are General Ledger (FI-GL), Accounts Payable (FI-AP), Accounts Receivable (FI-AR), Asset Accounting (FI-AA), Bank Accounting (FI-BL), Controlling (CO), and Profitability Analysis (CO-PA).

3) What is the purpose of the General Ledger (FI-GL) module?

The General Ledger module in SAP FICO is used for recording and managing financial transactions at a company-wide level. It provides a comprehensive view of the company's financial data and supports financial reporting and analysis.

4) What is the Accounts Payable (FI-AP) module used for?

The Accounts Payable module in SAP FICO handles the management of vendor invoices and payments. It tracks and maintains records of all outstanding liabilities to vendors.

5) What is the Accounts Receivable (FI-AR) module used for?

The Accounts Receivable module in SAP FICO is responsible for managing customer invoices and receipts. It tracks and maintains records of all outstanding receivables from customers.

6) What is Asset Accounting (FI-AA) module used for?

The Asset Accounting module in SAP FICO is used for managing fixed assets within an organization. It helps in tracking and managing assets' acquisition, depreciation, and retirement.

7) What is the Bank Accounting (FI-BL) module used for?

The Bank Accounting module in SAP FICO is used for managing bank transactions such as incoming and outgoing payments, bank statements, and reconciliation.

8) What is Controlling (CO) module used for?

The Controlling module in SAP FICO provides tools for managing and controlling costs and profits within an organization. It helps in budgeting, planning, and monitoring the company's financial performance.

9) What is Profitability Analysis (CO-PA) module used for?

The Profitability Analysis module in SAP FICO helps in analyzing the profitability of different segments within an organization. It allows businesses to evaluate their profitability based on various dimensions like product, customer, region, etc.

10) What is a Chart of Accounts in SAP FICO?

A Chart of Accounts is a list of all the G/L (General Ledger) accounts used by a company. It defines the structure and organization of the company's financial accounting records.

11) What is a Fiscal Year Variant in SAP FICO?

A Fiscal Year Variant defines the fiscal year structure for a company. It specifies the number of posting periods, special periods, and their durations.

12) What is a Company Code in SAP FICO?

A Company Code is an independent accounting entity within an organization. It represents a legally independent unit for which individual financial statements are generated.

13) What is a Cost Center in SAP FICO?

A Cost Center is a location, department, or unit within an organization that incurs costs. It is used for controlling and analyzing costs related to specific business activities.

14) What is a Profit Center in SAP FICO?

A Profit Center is a subunit within an organization that generates revenue and incurs costs. It helps in evaluating the profitability of different segments within the organization.

15) What is a GL Account in SAP FICO?

A GL Account (General Ledger Account) represents a financial record used to track and summarize financial transactions. It is classified by different account types, such as assets, liabilities, equity, revenue, and expenses.

16) What is the difference between Asset Accounting (FI-AA) and Controlling (CO) modules?

Asset Accounting (FI-AA) deals with managing fixed assets and their financial accounting, while Controlling (CO) focuses on cost and profit analysis, budgeting, and planning.

17) What is the difference between Accounts Payable (FI-AP) and Accounts Receivable (FI-AR) modules?

Accounts Payable (FI-AP) handles vendor invoices and payments, while Accounts Receivable (FI-AR) manages customer invoices and receipts.

18) What is the difference between a Cost Center and a Profit Center?

A Cost Center is responsible for incurring costs, while a Profit Center generates revenue and incurs costs. Cost Centers are used for cost control, whereas Profit Centers are used for profit analysis.

19) How do you define a new GL Account in SAP FICO?

To define a new GL Account, you need to access the transaction code FS00, enter the Chart of Accounts, and then define the account details such as account number, description, account type, etc.

20) What is the purpose of the Financial Statement Version in SAP FICO?

The Financial Statement Version in SAP FICO is used to define the structure and layout of financial statements such as the balance sheet, income statement, and cash flow statement.

21) How do you post a vendor invoice in SAP FICO?

To post a vendor invoice, you need to access the transaction code FB60, enter the necessary details like vendor, invoice amount, and other relevant information, and then save the document.

22) How do you clear an open item in Accounts Receivable (FI-AR) module?

To clear an open item in Accounts Receivable, you need to access the transaction code F-28, enter the customer details, invoice number, and the payment amount, and then save the document.

23) What is the purpose of Asset Class in Asset Accounting (FI-AA) module?

Asset Class is used to group assets with similar characteristics and accounting rules. It defines the asset attributes like depreciation method, useful life, and account determination.

24) How do you execute a depreciation run in SAP FICO?

To execute a depreciation run, you need to access the transaction code AFAB, specify the necessary parameters like company code, fiscal year, and depreciation area, and then execute the program.

25) What is a Cost Center Accounting Cycle in Controlling (CO) module?

A Cost Center Accounting Cycle is a predefined series of steps to allocate and distribute costs from cost centers to various receiver objects such as other cost centers, orders, or projects.

26) How do you create a Profit Center in SAP FICO?

To create a Profit Center, you need to access the transaction code KE51, enter the controlling area and a unique Profit Center ID, provide the necessary details, and then save the entry.

27) What is the purpose of a Statistical Key Figure in Controlling (CO) module?

Statistical Key Figures are used to capture non-monetary data such as quantities or headcounts for analysis and reporting purposes. They are used in cost allocation, planning, and analysis.

28) How do you perform a variance analysis in Controlling (CO) module?

To perform a variance analysis, you can use transaction codes such as KE30 or KOB1. These transactions allow you to compare planned costs or revenues against actual costs or revenues.

29) What is the purpose of a House Bank in Bank Accounting (FI-BL) module?

A House Bank represents the bank with which the company maintains its primary banking relationship. It is used for managing bank master data, transactions, and bank statement processing.

30) How do you create a new House Bank in SAP FICO?

To create a new House Bank, you need to access the transaction code FI12, enter the bank details such as bank key, name, and account number, and then save the entry.


These are sample questions, and it's always advisable to thoroughly prepare for an interview by understanding the SAP FICO concepts and practicing with real-life scenarios and examples.

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