Ravisankar Venna

Ravi Venna is SAP certified in FI/CO (4.6C), SEM (3.5), BW (3.0), Solution Manager (4.0), and SAP NetWeaver – Security (WEB AS 6.40) and FI (SAP ECC 6.0) Ravi is an associate member of the Institute of Cost and Works Accountants of India (ICWAI). He received a Final Pass Certificate from the Institute of Company Secretaries of India (ICSI). Ravi has also passed the Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA) examination from the Information Systems Audit and Control Association. Ravi has more than 12 years of experience in the Finance and Controlling modules. Additionally, Ravi has worked extensively on both SAP R/3 and BW authorisations and in the use of the SAP testing tool e-CATT, Business Intelligence-Integrated Planning (BI-IP), and SAP BW-BPS. Ravi has taken part in a number of implementation projects in the UK. His further interest areas are SAP BPC and FSCM. For more than eight years, he has been working with Logica in different modules of SAP.

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Best Practices for Financial Reporting in SAP (Electronic + Print Bundle)

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This exclusive anthology of articles recently published in Financials Expert delivers unparalleled guidance on how to optimize financial reporting processes with SAP applications. Discover insights on how to release a standard cost estimate in the middle of the month, techniques that you can put to use immediately for automating the creation of task lists in the SAP Financial Closing Cockpit, as well as step-by-step instruction on how to optimize the bad debt process in SAP ERP Financials. And, that's just the beginning! Our expert authors explain the ins and out of how to use the SAP Enterprise Performance Management (EPM) add-in to create a dynamic rolling forecast input form as well as how to significantly improve your ability to view financial data by using the EPM add-in’s report signage parameter. Each of the articles in this compendium has not only been written by an expert, but has also been reviewed for quality, completeness and accuracy by the seasoned Financials Expert editorial team and our trusted panel of advisors. View
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Best Practices for Financial Reporting in SAP (Electronic Editions)

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$79.95
This exclusive anthology of articles recently published in Financials Expert delivers unparalleled guidance on how to optimize financial reporting processes with SAP applications. Discover insights on how to release a standard cost estimate in the middle of the month, techniques that you can put to use immediately for automating the creation of task lists in the SAP Financial Closing Cockpit, as well as step-by-step instruction on how to optimize the bad debt process in SAP ERP Financials. And, that's just the beginning! Our expert authors explain the ins and out of how to use the SAP Enterprise Performance Management (EPM) add-in to create a dynamic rolling forecast input form as well as how to significantly improve your ability to view financial data by using the EPM add-in’s report signage parameter. Each of the articles in this compendium has not only been written by an expert, but has also been reviewed for quality, completeness and accuracy by the seasoned Financials Expert editorial team and our trusted panel of advisors. View
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Best Practices for Financial Reporting in SAP (Print)

$89.95
This exclusive anthology of articles recently published in Financials Expert delivers unparalleled guidance on how to optimize financial reporting processes with SAP applications. Discover insights on how to release a standard cost estimate in the middle of the month, techniques that you can put to use immediately for automating the creation of task lists in the SAP Financial Closing Cockpit, as well as step-by-step instruction on how to optimize the bad debt process in SAP ERP Financials. And, that's just the beginning! Our expert authors explain the ins and out of how to use the SAP Enterprise Performance Management (EPM) add-in to create a dynamic rolling forecast input form as well as how to significantly improve your ability to view financial data by using the EPM add-in’s report signage parameter. Each of the articles in this compendium has not only been written by an expert, but has also been reviewed for quality, completeness and accuracy by the seasoned Financials Expert editorial team and our trusted panel of advisors. View

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