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during the Implementation project....

Hi experts,

can you provide us your thoughts/opinions to the following threads

1.during the implementation after uploading the trail balance into sap system what further immediate action will take as a consultant? please tell us total process?

2.What are the entries generated for GL, Vendor, Customer, Asset balances when upload the trial balance from legacy to sap (in implementation) ?

sure will assign good points

thanks

VK

Edited by: VK on Jan 21, 2008 1:29 PM

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    Posted on Jan 21, 2008 at 02:06 PM

    Hi VK

    Normally there will be a mapping between old data and SAP data, therefore you will need to reconcile that the total balances and do spot checks of certain GL accounts. If you are just entering a balance per GL account this should be easy, however if you are taking line items per GL account you need to be more detailed.

    Regarding balances of sub ledgers, these will be updated when you upload the line item details, so open items for Customer, Vendors that kind of thing.

    You will need to post to a suspense account, you may use a few so these will need to be reconciled as well.

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