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Fi - HR integration with respect to ECM with Funds Management

Dear all,

I am involved in the implementation of SAP PCP&S along with ECM.

I know that we can crete the scenario and upload the PCP values in ECM for further budget creation and administration.

NOW from integration point of view I need to have the clarification that what is the role of funds management in it.

I mean Funds management can do the same functionality as well on the basis of fund center assigned to cost center. and same does the Budget unit which is linked to ORG unit and Org unit is lined to Cost center.

I would appreciate if some one to tell me the insight of this process.

Regards

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  • Posted on Sep 07, 2009 at 02:08 PM

    Hi anwar

    I recommend you the following SAP Note/ and Documentatation

    - 74692 Transfer FI/CO: Integration HR - FI/FM

    - http://help.sap.com/saphelp_erp60_sp/helpdata/en/e7/b9fe9af6d611d18cca0000e81de309/frameset.htm

    regards,

    Andreas Rudolph

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi,

      There is no integration between Funds Management and ECM. Budgeting in ECM is a tool that acts as a control mechanism for the administration process. You can work with budget allocations, monitor spending, link budgets to the plans, implement warning/error messages for out of limit budgets etc.

      The budget units are assigned to the org. hierarchy and subsequently made available during the compensation administration process.

      If you are using MSS, we have budgeting BSP with all the related processes.

      If you want to import custom values or have a customer specific logic, you can use BAdI HRECM00_BDG0001.

      Donnie

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