You Still Need the CO-PA Ledger for Margin Analysis Reporting

  • by Mitresh Kundalia, Director — SAP Practice, Quality Systems & Software
  • May 15, 2008
Users have traditionally needed multiple ledgers for external and internal reporting — General Ledger (G/L), Profit Center Accounting (PCA) Ledger, Profitability Analysis (CO-PA) Ledger, Special Purpose Ledger (SPL), Cost of Sales Ledger, and more — to meet various accounting, controlling, and reporting requirements. Traditional ledger reporting functions met the specific accounting requirements but caused reconciliation issues, which in turn created an additional ledger, the Reconciliation Ledger.

Mitresh Kundalia

Mitresh Kundalia heads the SAP practice at Quality Systems & Software (www.QSandS.com), a consulting firm specializing in SAP S/4HANA, SAP General Ledger, and complex System Landscape Optimization (SLO)-type reorganizations. Mitresh is widely acknowledged as a leading SAP expert, with multiple publications and an SAP-PRESS book to his credit. He has published more than 50 peer-reviewed articles and white papers, and he has given presentations at various SAP conferences and events. Mitresh is the chief solutions architect of General Ledger Migration Optimizer (GLMO), a leading product to accelerate and jump-start the SAP S/4HANA and SAP General Ledger initiatives; SAP Data Reorganization Optimizer (SDRO), an SLO-type product for managing complex system landscape reorganizations; and Group Currency Activation and Conversion (GCAC), a product suite to manage introduction of parallel currencies and conversion of data in a live SAP system. 

Mitresh will be presenting at the upcoming SAPinsider Financials 2018 conference February 12-15, 2018, in Las Vegas. For information on the event, click here

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