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Gary Cochrane SAP Expense Report Procedure. SAP Procedure Overview New Report −Create New Report »Fill out standard fields (date, purpose, destination,

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1 Gary Cochrane SAP Expense Report Procedure

2 SAP Procedure Overview New Report −Create New Report »Fill out standard fields (date, purpose, destination, etc.) −Enter Cost Assignment »SAP Short ID / WBS Element for billable work »Cost Center for non-billable work −Enter Expenses »Three Categories> Mileage, Items with receipt, items with no receipt −Save

3 SAP Procedure Overview Attaching Receipts −Modify Report »Write SAP Receipt Number on each receipt −Scan all receipts »Use TIF, or PDF file »Can use single file, or multiple files −Attach receipt files to expense report −Save

4 SAP Procedure Overview Submit Report −Notification is via »Send to Technical Director, including SAP Trip Number »Do NOT request approval from Project Manager, Training Coordinator, etc. Your TD approves ALL of your expenses −Checking Status »Periodically check SAP for updated status

5 Creating New Expense Reports From the SAP Portal −Employee Self Service (ESS) tab −Select> Record Expenses »Then select> Create »For most cases, use the Domestic Trip Schema »NOTE: Canadian colleagues will not be presented with the option to choose between Domestic and International schemas

6 Creating a new report From the SAP Portal>Record Expenses: Select Create

7 Trip Type Choose domestic trip: 1. Choose Domestic trip 2. Select OK (green check-mark)

8 General Information Enter data in the typical fields: Enter the Start Date

9 General Information Enter End Date

10 General Information Reason field: Enter short description including Customer Name, and activity

11 General Information Destination: Enter destination city

12 General Information Country: Change Country if necessary. This should effect the units for mileage versus kilometers

13 Cost Assignment It is very important to get this information correct! −For non-billable travel: »Enter your Cost Center> for Geospatial Sales – North America −For billable consulting/training engagements: »Enter the SAP WBS Element (Short ID) provided by the Project Manager, or Training Coordinator

14 Cost Assignment For sales related travel: 1. Use default option (Cost Center) 2. Enter your Cost Center

15 Cost Assignment For billable projects, use the SAP WBS Element: For billable projects, change from Cost Center to WBS Element

16 Cost Assignment For billable projects, use the SAP WBS Element: Enter the SAP WBS Element as provided by the Project Manager

17 Expense Entry Divided into three categories −Items for which you have receipts −Items for which you do NOT have receipts −Mileage in your personal vehicle

18 Expense Entry – with Receipt Find the code for the expense type: 1. Select the Expense Type field, and press the More Information button 2. Double-click to choose the appropriate code

19 Expense item amount Enter the amount for the item

20 Expense item amount Enter the correct date if necessary

21 Receipt Numbers Before scanning the receipt, Write this number on the receipt before scanning

22 Expense Entry No Receipt −Process is the same as when you have a receipt, with the following exception: »You MUST enter a description when you do not have a receipt

23 Expense Entry – No Receipt Find the code for the expense type: 1. Select the Expense Type field, and press the More Information button 2. Double-click to choose the appropriate code

24 Expense Entry – No Receipt Enter the amount: Enter the expense amount

25 Expense Entry – No Receipt Enter the description: Double-click to enter the description

26 Expense Entry – No Receipt Expanded description dialog: You MUST provide a description and location when not providing a receipt

27 Expense Entry – No Receipt Enter the Date: Correct the date if necessary

28 Expense Entry Mileage −Mileage is entered on a per-segment basis −When done entering mileage, the total will be posted to the main mileage field automatically »If Country set to Canada, enter distance in kilometers

29 Expense Entry – Mileage Change to the Trip Segments tab: The Trip Segments tab

30 Expense Entry – Mileage Set the date: Set the date for your entry

31 Expense Entry – Mileage Enter the segment mileage: Enter the mileage for the segment

32 Expense Entry – Mileage Starting location: Enter the starting location for the segment

33 Expense Entry – Mileage Ending location: Enter the ending location for the segment

34 Completing Mileage entry Repeat the previous process for all mileage segments −When done, either Save the report… »Doing so will exit you from the report −Or, »switch back to the Receipts tab −Either action will cause the mileage total to be posted to the overall Mileage field.

35 Expense Entry – Mileage Total Mileage:

36 Expense Entry – Mileage Total Mileage:

37 Expense Entry – Mileage Mileage / Rental Car rules: −Do not expense fuel costs incurred in your personal vehicle »This is covered in the standard mileage rate −Do expense fuel costs incurred in a rental car −Do not turn in a rental car empty of gas, unless you purchased the fuel service option up front −Bentley policy is to waive all additional insurance »You are protected by the corporate American Express card »So do not rent a car using another credit car, or else you are responsible for any damage

38 Saving the Expense Report When complete… −Select> Save »This will save the report and exit you back to the Travel Expense Manager −You are now ready to scan and attach your receipts

39 Scanning Receipts From the Travel Expense Manager… −Highlight the report and select> Change »Note the SAP receipt numbers, and write them on the corresponding receipts. »Scan all receipts into TIF, or PDF files »Attach the receipt files to the expense report »Select Save again to complete the report

40 Expense Entry – Mileage Matching the receipt to the entry:

41 Receipts Attaching Scanned Receipts: 1. Select the “Services for Object” icon, and then> Create Attachment 2. Browse to the receipt file(s)

42 Scanning Receipts Receipt files… −You may scan all receipts into a single file (TIF, or PDF). −Alternately, you may use multiple files

43 Airfare Report your airfare as follows: −Add your airfare as an itemized receipt »using the expense type> AIRP (airfare pre-paid) −Include a receipt for your airfare »This can be a scanned copy of the ticket receipt, or the original itinerary from World Travel showing the cost

44 Airfare Types Note there are 4 expense types for airfare: −AIR: »Airfare you paid directly, that qualifies for you to be reimbursed −AIRP »Airfare direct-billed to Bentley (the most typical case) −ZAIR »Billable project airfare for which you paid directly and need to be reimbursed −ZARP »Billable airfare that was direct-billed to Bentley

45 Submitting your Expense Report SAP Expense report submittal process for Geo −After saving your expense report, with receipts attached: »Send an to your Director including the SAP Trip Number. −You are now done! Your Director will approve, and forward to: »Accounts Payable so you get reimbursed »Project Manager/Training Coordinator so Bentley invoices the customer as appropriate

46 Submitting your Expense Report Include Trip number in notification to Technical Director Indicates Expense Report has been approved by Technical Director Indicates Accounts Payable has started processing…


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