Product profitability is a black box for many finance professionals. The direct product costs are often known, but this is rarely the case for the indirect costs associated with these products. These costs are often allocated to departments and not on the product itself, with incomplete information about product profitability as a result. In this webinar we have shown how SAP Profitability and Performance Management (PaPM) offers a reliable and efficient solution for allocating product costs and increasing insights in product profitability.
SAP PaPM is able to calculate large quantities of data in a short time, enabling you to quickly access the true product profitability. We have shown you how PaPM helps you to easily calculate ‘what if scenarios’. This gives you the opportunity to calculate the effects of revenue- or cost adjustments on product profitability more often and more accurately.
What does this webinar teach you?
- How does SAP PaPM offer a reliable and efficient solution for (large) cost allocations?
- What helps you with gaining more insight in the profitability of your products?
- How can you use PaPM to calculate scenarios on the fly?
For whom is this interesting?
- Managers Reporting and (Group) Controllers
- Business & Financial Controllers
- IT Managers and Finance Managers
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SAP Close Up
On the 29th of October, we will be hosting the SAP Close Up. At this event, we will be discussing the newest developments in the SAP Landscape. One of the topics discussed is SAP PaPM. Click here to read more (in Dutch).
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