162 ERP607V3 Process Overview en XX

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  • Asset AccountingSAP Best Practices

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    Purpose, Benefits, and Key Process StepsPurpose The Asset Accounting (FI-AA) component is used for managing and supervising fixed assets with the SAP system. In Financial Accounting, it serves as a subsidiary ledger to the General Ledger, providing detailed information on transactions involving fixed assets.Benefits Entire lifetime of the asset from purchase order or the initial acquisition (possibly managed as an asset under construction) through its retirement. Calculate values for depreciation and interest Depreciation forecastKey Process StepsAcquisition from purchase with vendor Acquisition with automatic offsetting entry Retirement with revenue Asset Sale without customer Post-Capitalization Write-UpsAssets Under Construction Depreciation Posting Run Posting Acquisition and Production Costs Values Depreciation Simulation/Primary Cost Planning

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    Required SAP Applications and Company RolesRequired Enhancement package 7 for SAP ERP 6.0Company RolesAsset AccountantAccounts Payable AccountantGeneral Ledger Accountant

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    Detailed Process DescriptionAcquisition from Purchase with VendorAn external asset acquisition is a business transaction resulting from the acquisition of an asset from a business partner. The acquisition can be posted integrated with Accounts payable or without Accounts payable.Acquisition with Automatic Offsetting EntryThe asset can be posted automatically against the clearing account fixed asset acquisition.Retirement with RevenueAn asset is sold, resulting in revenue. The sale is posted with a customer.An asset is sold, resulting in revenue. The sale is posted against a clearing account.An asset had to be scrapped, with no revenue.Asset Sale without CustomerAsset Sale with partial retirement without customer

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    Detailed Process DescriptionPost-CapitalizationPost-capitalization represents subsequent corrections to the acquisition and production costs (APC) of a fixed asset.Write-UpsA write-up is generally understood to be a subsequent change to the valuation of an asset. Assets Under ConstructionAssets under construction (AuC) are a special form of tangible asset.The AuC process includes a down payment, final invoice and the final settlement.

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    Detailed Process DescriptionDepreciation Posting RunThe depreciation posting should be run periodically because the depreciation accounts are not updated immediately.The system creates posting documents for each depreciation area and account group in accordance with the posting cycles specified in Customizing. Posting Acquisition and Production Costs ValuesIn addition to the posting of depreciation (using the depreciation posting run), the most important periodic processing you perform is the posting of changes to asset balance sheet values. These changes consist of all postings that affect the APC of the asset, including acquisitions, retirements, and so on.Depreciation Simulation / Primary Cost PlanningYou can also post the planned depreciation as planned costs to the cost centers or internal orders to which the individual fixed assets are assigned.

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    Asset AccountantProcess Flow DiagramAsset Accounting - OverviewSAP ERP

    IconNameAW01NABUMNABNANABZUABMRABAAPeriodic Processing

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    Asset AccountantProcess Flow DiagramAsset Accounting Asset AcquisitionSAP ERP

    IconNameABZONF-90Asset Acquired

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    AssetAccountantProcess Flow DiagramAsset Accounting - RetirementsSAP ERP

    IconNameABAVNABAONF-92Asset to be retired

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    Asset AccountantAccounts Payable AccountantProcess Flow DiagramAsset Accounting Asset under ConstructionSAP ERPSAP ERP

    IconNameF-90AIABAsset needs to be Constructed without Investment OrderF-47F-48F-54

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    Asset AccountantGeneral Ledger Accountantnext pageProcess Flow Diagram (1/3)Asset Accounting Periodic ProcessingSAP ERPSAP ERP

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    Asset AccountantGeneral Ledger Accountantprevious pagenext pageProcess Flow Diagram (2/3)Asset Accounting Periodic ProcessingSAP ERPSAP ERP

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    Asset AccountantGeneral Ledger Accountantprevious pageProcess Flow Diagram (3/3)Asset Accounting Periodic ProcessingSAP ERPSAP ERP

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    Process Diagram Legend * : SAP System (PPMS name), or non-SAP System, or lane for steps outside softwareLaneProcess StepInterfaceSequence flowConnectionGatewaysEventsData flow Inline / StandaloneIncoming LinkOutgoing LinkTimer EventMessageXORORANDComplex**** Combination of XOR, AND, OR User Interface (UI)Batch Script1InterfaceDocumentsIcon for the Link to SAP Best Practices Process or Scope ItemPage LinkLink

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