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Financial Management Reference Model. 2 > Teradata Industry Logical Data Models G/L ACCOUNTS iLDM Accounts Receivable Fixed Assets ProcurementProject.

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1 Financial Management Reference Model

2 2 > Teradata Industry Logical Data Models G/L ACCOUNTS iLDM Accounts Receivable Fixed Assets ProcurementProject Revenue Expense Assets Liabilities Equity Comprehensive enterprise-wide model of finance business functions >22 subject areas >500+ business questions Technology neutral – not designed for any specific ETL tool, ERP system, or business intelligence tool Flexible and extensible architecture compatible with Decision Experts Core Areas: G/L, A/R, FA, A/P, Procurement and Project Accounts Payable Core Finance and Performance Management Subject Areas

3 3 > General Ledger Business Requirements Focus on Summary Financials >Income Statement >Balance Sheet Transaction details >Journal voucher >Links to sub-ledgers like Accounts Payable and Accounts Receivable REVENUE G/L Sub Account Project Time Period G/L Accounts G/L Balance G/L Internal Organization CHANNELPARTYPRODUCT G/L Product Segment Journal Entry AR Invoices EXPENSEASSETLIABILITIESEQUITY GL Sub Ledgers Project Accounting Time Reporting Fixed Assets General Data and Process Flows for General Ledger AP Invoices Relates to: >Set of Books Income Statement & Balance Sheet reporting >Summary control accounts for sub-ledgers >Transactional, functional and global (reporting) currencies >Journal Entry transaction detail Purchase Order CONTRACTS SALES ORDER

4 4 > General Ledger Business Questions What is the profitability by geography, business unit, and product line? How do actual results compare to budget? What areas have the greatest variance from plan results? How much has been written off against each general ledger account? What is the expense history across controlling areas and cost centers? How do my overhead costs compare by store and region? How is this quarter’s income distributed across legal entities? What is the current balance sheet position? Concepts Chart of Account Balance Journal Entry GL Main Account GL Sub Account GL Internal Org GL Product Segment GL Project Segment Asset Account Liability Account Equity Account Expense Account Revenue Account

5 5 > Pre-built industry LDMs spanning financial and operational data provide linkage between financial results and operational drivers Integration with TDE 12.0 domains provides speed of deployment Comprehensive enterprise-wide model of finance business functions Technology neutral – not designed for any specific ETL tool, ERP system, or BI tool Flexible and extensible architecture reduces implementation time and risk Industry-centric, Enterprise-wide data models including financial management data elements provides a flexible foundation for accelerating the integration of financial and operational data: A single Financial and Operational View – FPM LDM Blueprint for Integrating Finance and Operational Data Not all relationships are shown. Red indicates new in G/L Sub Account Project Time Period G/L Accounts G/L Balance G/L Internal Organization CHANNELPARTYPRODUCT G/L Product Segment Journal Entry Revenue Expense Asset Liabilities Equity Labor Distribution Inventory Fixed Assets LOCATION GL Sub Ledgers Payroll Human Resources Benefits Analysis Purchase Order AR Invoices Sales Order Project Accounting AP Invoices CONTRACTS Training Admin

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