Get started with this new release by checking out the Finance help. Below you can find direct links to some of the changes.

Management Accounting and Margin Analysis

Overhead Accounting

Financial Planning

Accounting and Financial Close

General Ledger Accounting

Asset Accounting

Joint Venture Accounting

Group Reporting: Intercompany Matching and Reconciliation

Integration of SAP S/4HANA Cloud Source System with Central Finance

The following topics are new:

Treasury Management

Cash and Liquidity Management

  • Starting from this release, bank control keys defined with house bank accounts are no longer visible. You must therefore consolidate inconsistent bank control keys and migrate bank control keys to bank accounts using the new Migrate Bank Control Keys app. – See Migrate Bank Control Keys.
  • With the new Split Technical Bank Accounts app, you can identify bank accounts that are marked as technical bank accounts but contain multiple house bank accounts. You can use this app to split additional house bank accounts from the original technical bank account and create a new bank account for each house bank account that has been split away. This way, you ensure that each technical bank account is uniquely represented by one house bank account. – See Split Technical Bank Accounts.
  • With the new Manage Bank Account Balances app, you can now manually enter or import balances for bank accounts in remote systems and monitor the balance changes in these bank accounts. – See Manage Bank Account Balances.
  • This topic has been updated to explain the use of business partners in bank master data, including the risk business partner, defaultable business partner, and bank contact person business partner: Defining Banks and House Banks.

Financial Operations

Receivables Management: Bank Statement Processing

Invoice Management

What else is new in this release?

To see all changes in SAP S/4HANA Cloud 2011, please read the What's New information or open the What's New Viewer.

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