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Size: 1.53 MB, Version:1, Publication Date:4/2/2019
Often companies have complex reporting requirements and rely on Excel spreadsheets, third-party reporting tools or a very complex Chart of Accounts. At times, they will use the JDE Allocation tool, but it won't quite meet their needs. The solution to these complex reporting requirements, and the need to get a little more out of the allocation tool, just may be Advanced Cost Accounting. In this article, the second in a series of two, Laurey Godard explains how ACA can help you resolve these challenges.  
Size: 2.08 MB, Version:1, Publication Date:1/8/2019
Advanced Cost Accounting is commonly thought of as a Financial tool, but it can be so much more. By using data from JDE modules outside the General Ledger, such as Procurement or Sales, ACA allows JDE to be more than a Financial Accounting tool. This article provides an explanation of the ACA module's capabilities, allowing you to consider your reporting requirements and how you might use the ACA module to meet those requirements.  
Size: 3.0 MB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:1/1/2004
Ever wish you could really analyze your customer and product line profitability? Ever want to allocate indirect costs such as Admin and Marketing to customers, product lines, or sales marketing channels automatically, based on a driver that makes sense, such as number of lines on sales orders? Ever wish you could do this without putting an incredible amount of detail into your General Ledger? In her Advanced Cost Accounting article, Susan Stooksberry shows us how to attain both of these goals through existing JD Edwards functionality. Not only that, but she shows us in a clear and very readable style, from setup through reporting and online views.  

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