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Budget Control System (BCS)

The Budget Control System (BCS) in Funds Management is an alternative to former budgeting. BCS is designed to allow flexible customer s!ecific ad"ustments to all im!ortant functions. The functions in this Funds Management com!onent su!!ort budget !lanning# budget execution and allow you to monitor the availability of funds. Implementation Considerations: $f you use the %rants Management com!onent integrated with Funds Management# only BCS fulfills the !rere&uisites necessary for this. This also a!!lies if you want to wor' with funded !rograms for the account assignment. The re&uired FM account assignment elements %rant and Funded (rogram are only su!!orted in BCS. S)( does not intend BCS and Former Budgeting to be used at the same time. Therefore# menu transactions# functions and the necessary Customi*ing are se!arate. The necessary migration tools are available if you are using Former Budgeting# but want to migrate to BCS. $f you want to use the Budget Control System as your o!erative budgeting tool in Funds Management# you must activate this in the Customi*ing of Funds Management# under Basic Settings + )ctivate %lobal Functions for Budget Control System (BCS).

)ll Funds Management master data is su!!orted in BCS# as well grant and funded !rogram master data. BCS includes an integrated !lanning tool with basic functions for budget !lanning. $f you want to use com!rehensive budget !lanning# you can exchange data with S)(u-./0s Strategic 1nter!rise Management. 2ou can use BCS together with (osition Budgeting and Control (() (M (B). The Business $nformation 3arehouse System (B3) is available as a com!rehensive re!orting tool for the Budget Control System. BCS only wor's with Funds Management and %rants Management# not with other com!onents that can also budget# such as S)( Controlling.
Budgets for Internal Orders

$nternal orders are normally used to !lan# collect# and settle the costs of internal "obs and tas's. The S)( system enables you to monitor your internal orders throughout their entire life cycle4 from initial creation# through the !lanning and !osting of all the actual costs# to the final settlement and archiving. Implementation Considerations: 5rder management within a com!any usually differentiates between sales oriented orders# and internal orders. Sales oriented orders (!roduction or sales orders) are intended mainly for the logistical control of in!ut factors and sales activities. $nternal orders are categori*ed as either,

5rders used only for monitoring ob"ects in Cost )ccounting (such as# advertising or trade fair orders) (roductive orders that are value added# that is# orders that can be ca!itali*ed (such as in house construction of an assembly line). $nternal order budgets, The functions for budgeting internal orders are summari*ed in this role. The role consists of !rocessing and dis!laying the following, 5riginal budget Su!!lements 6eturns 7ocuments )vailability control )ctivities, To !lan or budget orders# choose Internal orders -> Planning -> Overall values -> Change or Budget -> Original budget -> Change. To !lan or budget 3BS elements# choose Investment proje ts -> Planning -> !otal osts -> Change or Budgeting -> Original budget -> Change.