To use SAP S/4HANA Finance for group reporting, it’s recommended but that you install the SAP Best Practices (BP) configuration content (scope item 1SG). You’ll gain a configuration starting point for SAP S/4HANA Finance for group reporting that you can adapt to your needs in customizing. For more information on installing the BP content, see the: Administration Guide to Implementation of SAP S/4HANA 2022.
Delivered content can be installed in a development system and then transported to the test and production systems.
You can access information about the delivered content in the note 2659672: FAQ About SAP S/4HANA Finance for Group Reporting (On Premise)
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Frequently Asked Questions
The delivered content includes the Best Practices Scope Items.
To access documentation on the delivered content, go to the Process Navigator: https://me.sap.com/processnavigator
Best Practices Scope Items for SAP S/4HANA
Group Reporting - Financial Consolidation (1SG): This scope item explains how to use financial consolidation features.
Group Reporting - Matrix Consolidation (3LX): This scope item supports consolidation for managerial organizational entities such as profit center and business segment. This functionality includes inter-unit eliminations and flexible management consolidation reports generated at report runtime.
Group Reporting - Plan Consolidation (28B): With this scope item, the plan data can be collected from a file using the flexible upload feature of SAP S/4HANA, or generated from previous year actual data. You can then run a full consolidation process including currency translation, intercompany elimination, and investment eliminations, and reporting. The application includes several versions to enable reporting (Actual versus Plan, Plan, and Forecast).
Intercompany Reconciliation Process (40Y): This scope item includes the reconciliation process for accounting documents detailing transactions within a corporate group using a predetermined matching method. It supports early analysis in the closing process to prevent discrepancies, relieving pressure that typically mounts toward the end of a closing period.
SAP S/4HANA Finance for group reporting is a new implementation.
Data model concepts from SAP Business Consolidation Systems and SAP Business Planning and Consolidation are useful when implementing SAP S/4HANA Finance for group reporting.
For information about the Transition from EC-CS to SAP S/4HANA for Group Reporting, follow this link: 2833748 - SAP S/4HANA OP ( "on premise" ) - Transition from EC-CS to SAP S/4HANA for Group Reporting.