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What do you need to know about SAP S/4HANA Cash Management and Treasury?

Today’s hyper-connected world demands an ecosystem approach for running finance processes. SAP’s treasury and cash management applications are integral parts of SAP S/4HANA which offer a full portfolio of treasury and working capital management solutions.

SAP Enterprise Support Academy has several meet-the-expert (MTE) webinars coming in July and September on what you need to know about the SAP S/4HANA Finance solutions for cash management & treasury and risk management.

The first July session will cover an overview of the cash management and treasury & risk management solutions. The SAP expert will present SAP’s strategy in delivering end-to-end processes on a single integrated platform and how this is advantageous in aligning your treasury functions with your company’s future strategy.

The learning objectives of the July session will be to:

  • Get an overview of the cash management capability
  • Develop an understanding of SAP’s value proposition to CFOs and treasurers
  • Review different deployment approaches

Before you can access the registration links, a one-time registration in SAP Learning Hub, edition for SAP Enterprise Support, is required. A detailed step-by step guide to registration can be found here.

Registration is open for the July Meet-the-Expert (MTE) session (recordings will be made available via the same links).

SAP S/4HANA Cash Management and Treasury – An Overview
July 25, 2019 10:00 AM EST/New York

Coming in September, two more MTE webinars:
  • one deep dive on cash management, building up on the context covered in July’s MTE.
  • and the second, a deep dive on the SAP S/4HANA Finance solution for treasury and risk management. Built on SAP’S in-memory SAP S/4HANA Finance software,
    this solution provides full transparency and on-the-fly analysis across all dimensions of financial data, including cash and liquidity, payments and bank communications, investment and debt, and forecasting.
As the registration links are not yet available, this blog will be updated once the hyperlinks are released.
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