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Building a Well Structured Company



This training program is designed to equip participants with the essential knowledge and practical skills required to build a well-structured company, focusing on ERP implementation for financial processes and advanced financial modeling techniques. It empowers them to enhance financial management and decision-making within their organizations.

Program Objectives:

By the end of this program, participants will be able to:

  • Develop a comprehensive chart of accounts.

  • Record journal entries using the accrual basis.

  • Create detailed financial statement models.

  • Conduct business valuations and build benchmarks.

  • Perform various financial analyses, including cost-benefit, sensitivity, and multi-criteria decision analyses.

Targeted Audience:

  • Financial Managers.

  • Accountants.

  • ERP Implementation Specialists.

  • Business Analysts.

  • Financial Planners.

  • CFOs and Controllers.

Program Outline:

Unit 1:

ERP Financial Setup:

  • Understanding the structure and purpose of a chart of accounts.

  • Steps to develop a comprehensive chart of accounts.

  • Customizing the chart for different business needs.

  • Ensuring alignment with financial reporting requirements.

  • Best practices for maintaining and updating the chart of accounts.

Unit 2:

Recording Journal Entries (Accrual Basis):

  • Principles of accrual accounting.

  • Differences between accrual and cash basis accounting.

  • Recording common types of journal entries.

  • Automating journal entry processes in ERP systems.

  • Ensuring accuracy and compliance with accounting standards.

Unit 3:

Financial Statement Modeling:

  • Components of a financial statement model.

  • Steps to construct the income statement, balance sheet, and cash flow statement.

  • Integrating financial statements into a cohesive model.

  • Using Excel and other tools for financial modeling.

  • Case studies on building financial statement models.

Unit 4:

Business Valuation and Benchmarking:

  • Overview of business valuation methods.

  • Steps to perform discounted cash flow (DCF) analysis.

  • Applying market multiples and comparable company analysis.

  • Identifying key performance indicators (KPIs) for benchmarking.

  • Collecting and analyzing benchmarking data.

Unit 5:

Financial Analysis Techniques:

  • Principles and purpose of cost-benefit analysis.

  • Steps to perform a comprehensive cost-benefit analysis.

  • Understanding sensitivity analysis and its applications.

  • Steps to conduct sensitivity analysis.

  • Introduction to multi-criteria decision analysis (MCDA).

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