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|German to English translations [PRO]|
Bus/Financial / banking /IT
|German term or phrase: PSP-Element|
|Having difficulty with a whole series of banking terms...|
A new computerised system can deal with:
"· Buchungen mit Kostenstellenkontierung, PSP-Element, Innenauftrag usw;"
Will enter these (and others) separately. Thanks in advance for any help.
|Local time: 17:59|
Leave as is. This is an SAP cost accounting /project organization term.
From link below:
Periodic Settlement (PS)
(PS) Periodic settlement contains settlement rules for CO receivers (cost centers and internal orders). These rules can be defined for each line item or according to origin assignments by cost element. Settlement takes place at the end of each period. The receivers specified in the settlement rules are debited. The values that are not settled to cost accounting receivers are automatically accrued to the asset under construction that is specified in the order of PSP element. Valuation difference in the various depreciation areas of fixed assets are determined using a capitalization structure and are taken into account.
WBS element is another separate term. Again, from link below:
(CO/PS) In R/3, planning is synonymous with budgeting. R/3 offers several types of planning for internal reporting purposes. In the Controlling module, plan data for Company 0030 is developed in Transition II and loaded monthly. Project System offers structure planning (at the WBS element level), detailed planning by cost element, and detailed planning of secondary costs, using planned activity quantity and rates.
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As used by SAP in their PS module (see SAP glossary); I'm not sure what PSP actually stands for though!
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