Summary -

In this topic, we described about the below sections -

SAP Cash Management is used to monitor cash flows and to ensure that having sufficient liquidity to cover payment obligations.

Integration: -

SAP Cash Management is a subcomponent of SAP Financial Supply Chain Management. SAP Cash Management is integrated with a range of other SAP components.

Example: -

The liquidity forecast - in a medium to long term liquidity trend - integrates expected incoming and outgoing payments in financial accounting, purchase and sales.

Features: -

The Incomings area covers the following topics -

  • Electronic and manual bank statements
  • Payments
  • Lockbox
  • Polling
  • Electronic and manual check deposits
  • Bill of exchange presentation
  • Memo record

Compare payment advices, Interest calculation and Returned vendor checks are dealt with the Checks topic.

Cash concentration can be found in the Planning topic. Planning also deals with the payment program, payment requests, bill of exchange presentation, memo record and telephone list.

The Tools topic covers the distribution to cash management systems. The Information System topic deals among other things with the Liquidity forecast. SAP Cash Management uses the cash position to reflect movements in bank accounts while movements in the subledger accounts are represented using the liquidity forecast.

Further topics includes Payment advice journal, Compare and check Reconciliation with cash management.

In the Environment area you will find functions for transferring market data to the SAP System. Market data can be transferred using the file interface, real-time data feed or via the spreadsheet.