Business Processes with SAP ERP Systems Reassessment Coursework. Business Processes with SAP ERP Systems Reassessment Coursework.
Division of Accounting and Finance
BT4408 Business Processes with SAP ERP Systems
Reassessment Coursework 2015/16 – issued 11/01/16
Use of Accounting Information by a Business
The SAP modules produce a lot of information that can be used within an organisation.
With reference to the following modules explain who within the organisation will be likely to enter the data into the systems and how the information that comes out of the system will be used.
- Financial Accounting (FI)
- Controlling (CO) – Management Accounting
- Materials Management (MM)
- Sales and Distribution (SD)
Information is also used outside the organisation to benefit the smooth and efficient running of the business. Can you give 3 examples where this might occur, explaining how it helps and who uses the information.
Use of Accounting Information
Assessment criteria, with weightings: Coding
Planning and structure (5%) E G S I
Explanation of the FI Module (20%) E G S I
Explanation of the CO Module (20%) E G S I
Explanation of the MM Module (15%) E G S I
Explanation of the SD Module (15%) E G S I
Examples of External uses (15%) E G S I
Standard of presentation and referencing (10%) E G S I
Key to the coding notation
E = Excellent (70%+) G = Good (60%+) S = Satisfactory (50%+)
I = Inadequate (<50%)
IMPORTANT – Submission information:
Work shall be submitted as a word document using Times New Roman or Arial fonts sized 12 point. Text should be justified and the line spacing set to 1.5 lines. Every page should have a footer which includes your student number and the page number. A word count should be included at the end. (Suggested length 3000 words)
Paragraphs and subheadings should be used to aid the flow of the document and aid reading.
Harvard referencing Guidelines should be followed for all references and citations. A copy of the guidelines are available on Pebblepad as noted in your Course Handbook.
Due date: Wednesday 17 February 2016 by 12:00
location: Neil Sutcliffe’s coursework box on the 2nd Floor of the Atrium in Greenbank Building
Please include a word count and a reference list – and submit your hard copy coursework with the LBS coursework submission form – remember to sign the declaration regarding plagiarism. The TurnItIn submission is required by the same date.
If any of the formatting and referencing guidelines are ignored the work will not be marked. The students will be informed and given an extra 4 days to resubmit by 24 February. The given mark will then be reduced by 5% subject to it being capped at 50%.
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