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by Mary Loughran, Consultant, e5 Solutions Group | Praveen Gupta, Consultant, e5 Solutions Group | March 18, 2015
Financials – 
Mary Loughran and Praveen Gupta describe the key configuration steps to set up SAP Bank Communication Management based on a scenario in which all payments of $1 million or more require two approvers. Payments under $1 million do not require approval.

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by Paul Ovigele, ERP Financials Consultant | March 16, 2015
Financials – 
Most businesses that use profitability analysis (CO-PA) use the costing-based version. However, SAP Simple Finance uses account-based CO-PA with SAP HANA. Therefore, knowledge of account-based CO-PA is important for any organization that plans on implementing SAP Simple Finance. Paul Ovigele outlines the pros and cons of account-based profitability analysis (CO-PA) and explains what you need to look for before implementing it.

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by Gaurav Aggarwal, Lead Consultant, SAP FICO, Infosys Limited | March 9, 2015
Financials – 
Gaurav Aggarwal explains how to set up SAP Travel Management to streamline the travel advance process.

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by Pravin Datar, Director, SAP BusinessObjects Planning and Consolidations Solution Management | March 3, 2015
BI/Financials – 

Pravin Datar provides an overview of how to consume any SAP or non-SAP data from on-premise or cloud systems into SAP Business Planning and Consolidation (BPC) 10.1, version for NetWeaver planning applications without any data duplication and in real time by leveraging the Smart Data Access feature of SAP HANA.


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by Cyril Johannes, CMA, Independent Consultant | February 27, 2015
Financials – 

Cyril Johannes explains how to configure product cost collectors (repetitive) to capture and control production and process order costs.



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by Scott Leaver, Director, Predictive Intelligence, SAP | February 27, 2015
BI/Financials/SAP Professional Journal – 

In this video from BI 2014, Scott Leaver offers product updates and best practices for leveraging in-memory predictive analysis and data mining solutions from SAP to enable near real-time analysis on large data volumes and to reduce long-term IT platform costs.


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by Peter Jones, BI Solution Architect, M16 Solutions | February 11, 2015
BI/Financials – 
Peter Jones describes an alternative reporting component from SAP that supports business users such as financial analysts who are interested in having all the Excel features available to slice and dice their data as well as in having integration with SAP tables and reporting features.