Most organizations need a tool that should manage their business operations and applications. Today we have come with an ERP tool that helps various enterprises across the globe to manage their business activities. In this blog, we are talking about SAP BPC (Business planning and consolidations) tool. Let us learn about the purposes of BPC, the Architectural overview, and its applications. So, Let’s begin the concepts of the SAP BPC.
The SAP BPC (business planning and consolidation) tool is designed to automate and streamline the consolidation activities, business forecast, and planning in the organizations. It also supports the organizations to maintain their business operations and financial activities. The SAP BPC tool integrates with all the SAP H/4 HANA functional modules that allow you to perform truly integrated sales, manpower management, and production activities.
The SAP BPC supports two types of migration versions, they are:
Let me explain them briefly;
The Microsoft excel version supports modeling, data importing, application maintenance, adding transformations and creating scripts. It combines the power of the Microsoft Excel that offers users EPM (Enterprise power management) solutions, in the application development process, it acts as a collaborative tool with robust and readily accepted environments.
The SAP Netweaver version supports the RESTFul connection to the ABAP and supports regular access to the user interfaces. It always supports client-side logging functional capabilities.
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The SAP BPC architecture uses both versions (Microsoft Excel and Netweaver). They support various business rules and script logic for preparing the planning. The key components of the SAP BPC are shown in the below image:
Important factors about the SAP BPC architecture;
In addition to the BPC’s financial capabilities, it is also a robust analytical application development platform. It has developed in such a way that, it is capable of solving a variety of business needs to reach customers’ expectations.
The BPC tool allows their customer to be nimble and dynamic while designing their business planning and expanding their application development to grow or make any changes as per the customer needs.
This section of the post explains the key features of SAP BPC:
The below factors give a reason why SAP BPC?
If you are a BPC consultant, then it is mandatory to have terminology knowledge. The below are the few SAP BPC terminologies;
An application in BPC is defined as a multidimensional data model used in the EPM system. A few examples for applications are operations, legal, and finance team.
There are two types of BPC applications, they are;
Reporting applications are used for analytical purpose and also enables you to pass the input data from the users. Whereas Non-reporting applications are used to define the reference data such as currency rates and carry forward balance etc.
An APPset consists of one or more applications in the organization. Each application incorporates the master data for an application that also controls the data flow in the system.
Below are the important parameters used in the applications:
The main aim to design the SAP BPC post is to help our ERP audience who are all looking to master themselves in their respective field. The SAP BPC is one of the popular business tools and helps every organization to maintain their business operations and financial planning. You will get the SAP BPC either in Netweaver or Microsoft Excel versions, choose the version as per your business demands. The article on SAP BPC Architecture helps SAP business professionals to hold a core knowledge of the tool. We hope this blog has reached our audience as much as possible and adhere to learning more about SAP ERP modules.
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