Co Modul in Sap

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Nutzungsmöglichkeiten des
CO- Moduls

1. Einordung des CO Moduls in die SAPArchitektur
2. Abgrenzung und Schnittstellen
3. Einsatzmöglichkeiten
4. Komponenten und
Nutzungsmöglichkeiten des CO Moduls
1. Zusammenführung der Informationen in der Ergebnisrechnung


Einordnung des CO Moduls in die SAP-Architektur
SAP ERP (Enterprise Resouce Planning)

Organisationseinheit Finanzwesen

SAP ERP (Financials)→ CO


Einordnung des CO Moduls
CO: Controlling (Kostenrechnung)
Ergebnis- und Marktsegmentrechnung



Abgrenzung des COModuls vom FI-Modul
Planung, Verrechnung, Steuerung und Überwachung der
Gemeinkosten bzw. der Produktkosten
Wichtige Vorarbeit für die Ergebnis- und
Dient der Unternehmensleitung als Handlungsbasis und –






Ergebnis- &


Sales &

CO Modul Einsatzmöglichkeiten





CO Modul Einsatzmöglichkeiten
Planung, Verrechnung, Steuerung und
Überwachung der Gemeinkosten bzw. der
Wichtige Vorarbeit für die Ergebnis- und
Dient der Unternehmensleitung als Handlungsbasis und –Empfehlung

Gemeinkostencontrolling COOM
Kostenartenrechnung CO-OM-CEL
Kostenstellenrechnung CO-OM-CCA
Prozesskostenrechnung CO-OM-ABC
Innenaufträge CO-OM-OPA


Kostenartenrechnung COOM-CEL
Erfassung und Gliederung von Kosten einer Rechnungsperiode

Gliederung gemäß…...

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