A Bound on the Overlap of Same-Sized Subsets by Sivertsson O., Flener P., Pearson J.

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Accounts receivable FI-GL. General ledger accounting FI-LC. Consolidation FI-SL. Special-purpose ledger An important aspect of the financial accounting system is the real-time generation of the current balance and profit and loss sheets. Latest additions include also bank accounting (FI-BL), travel management (FI-TV), and fund management (FI-FM). CO: Controlling This module is used to represent the company's cost structures and the factors that influence them. The module includes areas such as cost controlling, product and production cost controlling, and profitability analysis.

Sales and profitability analysis CO-PC. Product cost controlling 39 SAP R/3 Handbook, Third Edition EC: Enterprise Controlling. The EC module is another very important decision-making tool that monitors the critical success factors and key figures of the company from a controller's point of view. The executive information system (EIS) is basically a collection of tools that helps to quickly filter and analyze the enterprise's most important data and get critical and up-todate business information into graphical form or customized reports.

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