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Video: SAP RAR Data Migration and Reporting

Posted by Bramasol RevRec Team on Wed, Oct 4, 2017 @ 12:00 AM

    

The video of our latest Revenue Recognition Webinar is now available for viewing online.

Held on September 28, 2017, "SAP RAR - Data Migration and Reporting" featured a detailed presentation on the structured process of Data Migration with a focus on the five-step process including:

  1. Landscape Analysis
  2. Migration Design & Build
  3. Data Extraction and Archive
  4. Transformation and Validation
  5. Data Load and Reconciliation

The presentation was followed by a lively interactive panel discussion with a group of Bramasol experts with deep experience on the front lines of implementing revenue recognition projects with SAP RAR.  Together, these members of Bramasol's Center of Excellence have decades of experience with revenue recognition and data migration issues, including working closely with SAP and early adopters since the inception of the SAP Revenue Accounting and Reporting (RAR) application.

Bramasol is the Revenue Accounting and Recognition leader and a recognized SAP Revenue Recognition services partner for companies seeking to implement the ASC 606 and IFRS 15 standards. Our SAP-certified experts, participated in the majority of early product Ramp-ups and have worked on more SAP RevRec projects than any other company. 

Bramasol is the first SAP RevRec expert to develop a proven methodology, RADARR, based on dozens of projects and is the leader in providing innovations and solutions for complex RevRec challenges. We are the first to offer a suite of tools and reports the will gather all the key data for your disclosure reporting into one place and has pre-built management reports to help you deliver insights that drive action.

Click to View this Video and others from the Bramasol RevRec Webinar Series

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Topics: SAP RAR

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