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One of SAP’s biggest selling points is the software’s flexibility in handling multiple industries and organizations regardless of the complexity of the business solutions.
To accommodate this flexibility, it must allow for numerous solutions using the standard platform of tables and structures. And by introducing unique configuration settings for each implementing company, it addresses the need for complex solutions.
It would be an impossible task to document the necessary configuration settings for every industry and every business solution. However, it is not inconceivable to provide insight into how to interpret the options available to you when configuring the various modules in FI and CO.
To assist in this endeavor, ...