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how to reconcile the need for quarterly legal consolidation with monthly managerial concolidation in one model consolidation in SAP BPC

Dear SAP BPC experts,

Currently I am working on blueprint for SAP BPC implementation. Financial department requires simplified monthly consolidation for managerial purposes (simplified list of account in B/S and P&L statements, simplified I/C matching) and quarterly legal consolidation (much more detailed statements, proper I/C matching procedure, etc).

These requirements are a bit in conflict since I have to maintain different list of accounts and generate different reports. Have you ever had to face similar issue? Could you maybe share some Best Practices for the problem.

Thank You!

Marek

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    Posted on Oct 24, 2012 at 01:45 PM

    Hi Marek,

    We also have to prepare different type of reports to different shareholders (with different lines).

    For this purpose we select one type of line structure as main (the most detailed) and import actual data from SAP ERM to the cube with this line set. In this cube we do all required reports and actions for one shareholder.

    Then, we defined another dimension with different line set for another shareholder and created the second cube with this dimension. In the first cube in some property we defined translation algorithm to copy data from the first cube to the second by script logic. Then we can create reports for the second shareholder.

    B.R. Vadim

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