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Legal consolidation: sbu & revenue stream wise

Hi Friends,

I would like to do consolidation both at SBU(profit center) & Stream level (profit center) and this consolidation is for management purpose(monthly). Apart from above we need to design legal consolidation(enitity) wise. Ownership structure is avilable for both SBU and revenue stream wise.

Can i accommodate above 3 scenarious in single legal model. If yes, how to maintain profit center info in legal model( i mean in same entity dim or separate dim) as well how to maintain profit center, cost center relationship in dimensions.


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    Posted on Sep 09, 2013 at 06:56 AM

    Hi Kumar,

    It would be better to perform legal and management consolidation in separate models as the configurations are quite different.



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    • Former Member

      Hi Friends,

      Ok. I would like to maintain to legal models. One model shows consolidation at legal entity wise.
      Second model shows consolidation at sbu & revenue stream wise.

      In second model, for bringing data from ECC to BPC at profit center & cost center level, what BW data sources supports us? How to maintain dimensions(profit center, cost center) & scope dimensions for this legal model. Can any one provide insights on design of Finanical statements at profit center level.

      Client asking to show all 3 scenarios in single legal model. I'm looking at both design options.

      If i want to use single legal model, then how to maintain dimensions information like entity, profit center, cost center and COA & cost elements.


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