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SAP BPC
  • Course Content 

    • Introduction
      • What is EPM, BPC, BI-IP
      • Architecture BPC-MS ,NW
      • Release strategy
      • Terminology
    • Administration
      • Creating Applications and Applying Dimensions
      • Architecture of an Application
      • Explain the Tables, Optimization Options and Compression
      • Loading Transaction Data using a FlatFile
      • Creating a Transformation File
      • Creating a conversion file
      • Introduction to Logic/Calculations
      • Loading and Validating Data
      • Working with BPC for Excel
      • Developing Reports
      • Developing Input Schedules
      • BPC Comments
      • Book Publication
      • Working with BPC Web
      • Working with BPC for Word and BPC for PowerPoint
      • Advanced reports using multiple EvDRE
      • Creating Custom Buttons and Assigning Macros
      • Advanced Formatting options using Properties
      • Demonstrate Building Income Statement, Balance Sheet and Trial Balance reports using EVDRE
      • Demonstrate building a report reading data from multiple applications using EVDRE
      • In-depth study on BPC process flows

     

    • Planning
      • Explain the Planning Process
      • Define the planning Model
      • Functional Specifications
      • Seeding the Plan
      • Rolling Forward Forecast
      • Calculations using Script Logic
      • Calculations Using Worksheet Logic
      • Allocations using Script Logic
      • Currency Conversion – Direct and using script logic
      • Competitor Analysis
      • Cost Center planning dry run
    • Additional
      • Hot Analysis
      • ParknGo
      • BPC Journals
      • BPC Audit
      • Comments
      • Custom Menu
      • Business Process Flows
      • Lab Exercises
      • Project Exercises

     

    • Security Set up
      • Task Profile
      • Member Access Profiles
      • Users and Teams
      • Work Status Settings
      • Using Standard Data manager Packages
      • Creating Custom Data Manager Packages
      • Automation of Master Data and Transactional Data