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MM9 SAP MM Physical Inventory with Balance Sheet Valuation (User)

SAP Course Description:
The purpose of this SAP MM course is to carry out a physical inventory of your company's warehouse stocks for balance sheet purposes. This must be done at least one time a year. As one of the various methods available in the SAP ERP system the periodic inventory is described in this document. In a periodic inventory, all stocks of the company are physically counted on the balance sheet key date. In this case, every material must be counted. During counting, the entire warehouse must be blocked for material movements. This scenario should be carried out by warehouse people. The stock-keeper is responsible for the inventory documents. Based on the physical inventory the material stocks are known and, if necessary, a revaluation of the stocks can be performed to provide the correct stock values for the balance sheet valuation. In this course the balance sheet valuation based on market prices and devaluation by range of coverage and non-movement is described. This can either be executed by trained MM people or by FI people. The procedure itself is part of MM. To be able to carry out the periodic inventory followed by a stock revaluation, necessary goods receipt and goods issues must have been posted using various kinds of purchasing documents with various material prices. COURSE GOALS: Introduction to SAP Physical Inventory
SAP Course Duration:
1 Day Training.
SAP Course Target Audience:
SAP MM users
SAP Course Prerequisite:
None.
Course Content:
  • Warehouse Stock Display (MB52)

  • Physical Inventory Document w/o Special Stock (MI31)

  • Block Material (MI32)

  • Freeze Book Inventory Balance (MI33)

  • Print Physical Inventory Document (MI21)

  • Enter Inventory Count (MI04)

  • Set Zero Count (MI35)

  • Difference List (MI20)

  • Recount (MI11)

  • Post Difference (MI07)

  • Determination of Lowest Value: Market Prices (MRN0)

  • Determination of Lowest Value: Range of Coverage (MRN1)

  • Determination of Lowest Value: Movement Rate (MRN2)

  • Price Variances (MRN8)

  • Balance Sheet Value Results (MRN9)