Training for PeopleSoft Financial Consolidations Rel 9.2 through Update Image 14 provides the detailed information you need, as well as several hands-on activities, to help you better understand financial consolidations. Learn how to successfully set up and run the consolidation and equitization processes for various organization structures.
- Recognize the business process.
- Define the consolidation setup.
- Run the consolidation process.
Benefits to You
Investing in this course will help you gain valuable knowledge from the implementer's perspective, as well as for end-users. You are presented with best practices for achieving maximum efficiency when setting up and performing consolidations. Discussions and activities include early decision-making regarding consolidation structure based on business needs, as well as maintenance and analysis.
Focus on Consolidations
Get in-depth knowledge about consolidations in PeopleSoft General Ledger 9.2. Understand consolidation terminology and experience a deep-dive into end-to-end consolidation scenarios through hands-on activities.
Who should attend
- Functional Implementer
- Financial Reporting Manager
- Implementation Consultant
- Use control tables to enforce business rules.
- Run processes and reports.
- Understand basic navigation and PeopleSoft concepts.
- Set up Financial Consolidations
- Process Financial Consolidations
- Describe Financial Consolidations
Business Process Overview
- Describing the Business Uses of Financial Consolidations
- Defining the Basic Elements of the Financial Consolidation
- Describing the Consolidation Process Flow
Defining the Consolidation Setup
- Designing your Consolidation Structure
- Defining Elimination Business Units
- Defining the Consolidation Tree
- Specifying the Consolidation Ledgers
- Defining Elimination Sets
- Defining Consolidation Sets
Running the Consolidation Process
- Running the Consolidation Process
- Reviewing the Consolidation Results
Defining Subsidiary Ownership
- Defining Subsidiary Ownership Considerations
- Defining Subsidiary Ownership
- Defining Minority Interest Sets
- Defining Ownership within the Consolidation Set
- Defining and Running the Equitization Process