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SAP Accounts Receivable Certification Training

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Offer ends 31 January 2022
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5 hours
No formal qualification
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  • Certificate of completion available and is included in the price

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SAP Accounts Receivable (Basic to advanced) is the balance of money due to a firm for goods or services delivered or used but not yet paid for by customers. Account’s receivables are record on the balance sheet as a current asset. SAP Accounts Receivable (Basic to advanced) is any amount of money owed by customers for purchases made on credit. SAP Accounts Receivable (Basic to advanced) is an asset account on the balance sheet that represents money due to a company in the short-term.

SAP Accounts Receivable (Basic to advanced) are created when a company lets a buyer purchase their goods or services on credit. Accounts Receivable is alike to accounts receivable, but instead of money to be received, its money owed. The strength of a company’s Accounts Receivable can be search with the accounts receivable turnover ratio or days sales outstanding. A turnover ratio analysis can be completed to have an expectation of when the AR will actually be received. Accounts Receivable (AR) professionals are responsible for providing financial, administrative and accounting services in order to ensure effective, efficient and accurate financial and administrative operations. Accounts Receivable (AR) professionals perform day to day processing of financial transactions to ensure that company finances are maintained in an effective, up to date and accurate manner, and manage payroll functions.


4h 58m

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SAP Accounts Receivable - Course Syllabus

  • Define account groups with screen layout (customers)
  • Create number ranges and assign to accounts groups
  • Define tolerance to customers/vendors
  • Create customer master record
  • Customer document posting
  • Customer incoming payment
  • Maintain terms of payment
  • Define account for cash discount granted
  • Charges of differences
  • Down payment
  • Transfer with clearing
  • Automatic clearing
  • Dunning
  • Item interest calculation
  • Sales tax
  • Define accounts for exchange rate differences
  • Foreign currency posting and valuation
  • Credit memo postings

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