SAP Enterprise Structure – A Case Study (Part 3): Define Company




This is the part 3 of the series of articles about SAP Enterprise Structure – A Case Study. Read part 1 here.

Enterprise Structure concept in Financial Accounting

Define Company

All company codes for a company must work with the same operational chart of accounts and fiscal year. The currencies used can be different.
The information that we need to maintain the company are:
  • Company ID
  • Name
  • Address, including country
  • Language key
  • Local currency
For our scenario, we will create one company (ABCD). We can create company from the following menu path of SPRO t-code:
IMG – Enterprise Structure – Definition – Financial Accounting – Define Company

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In the next article I will explain how to define company code in SAP ERP.

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2 thoughts on “SAP Enterprise Structure – A Case Study (Part 3): Define Company

  1. Hello,

    I enjoy your articles and find them very useful.

    The Case Study is what some without configuration practice really needs to understand the SAP principles and be able to apply them.

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