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RE:[sap-acct] Cost Center Budget Control

Posted by raj thampi
on 08/02/2008 02:16:00 PM


Hi,
 
I am PSM-FM Consultant and be aware that your question is hard to respond to. FM is a big big module more complicated than CO and FI
I think you should follow SAP academy to attend FM training.
Best regards
Salvator
 
FM is generally implemented for public sector compnanies and international organisations like UN, NATO, IMF, World Bank  with another module called GM  grants management
— On Mon, 7/28/08, yoann maingon via sap-acct <sap-acct@Groups.ITtoolbox.com> wrote:
From: yoann maingon via sap-acct <sap-acct@Groups.ITtoolbox.com>
Subject: RE:[sap-acct] Cost Center Budget Control
To: “NDUWAYEZU Salvator” <nduwayezu@YAHOO.COM>
Date: Monday, July 28, 2008, 7:36 AM
Hi,
Don’t know if it’s too late but i don’t think you can actually have availability control on cost centers. You need to use statistical Internal orders to manage your cost center commitments.
I wish it will put you back on track !
good luck
—–Original Message—–
Hi all,
I’m new to this group.
I’m in urgent need of Cost center budget control.
Can any one tell me the steps in configuring Funds management for Cost center budget & availability control possible in detail.
We have around 300 cost centers, how to configure funds management purposes.
Please help.
My mail id is email@removed
Thanks,
Chandru
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