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SAP Roles


Billings

 BILLING ROLES

 DESCRIPTION 

 ORGANIZATION UNIT

Customer Master Data SpecialistResponsible for creating, changing, deleting and maintaining the Customer Master Data.Accounts Receivable Shared Service Center
Billings Specialist - SponsoredResponsible for creating and issuing invoices for sponsored activity.  This role is also responsible for sponsored expense activity.Accounts Receivable Shared Service Center
Billing Specialist – Non-SponsoredResponsible for creating and issuing invoices for non-sponsored activity.  This role is also responsible non-sponsored expense activity.Accounts Receivable Shared Service Center
AR - Display DocumentsResponsible for viewing only the Accounts Receivable information for both sponsored and non-sponsored transactions.Accounts Receivable Shared Service Center
Department Billing Specialist – Sponsored and Non-SponsoredResponsible for creating and issuing invoices for both sponsored and non-sponsored activity for manual billings.Department

 Receivables

 RECEIVABLES ROLES

  DESCRIPTION   

    ORGANIZATION UNIT  

AR - ManagementResponsible for analyzing Accounts Receivable activity, performing bad debt write offs, posting receivables transfers, mass reversals of transactions and managing reserves for bad debt.Accounts Receivable Shared Service Center
AR – Cash Application AdministratorResponsible for processing incoming payments from a lockbox for an open item.Accounts Receivable Shared Service Center
AR - AdministratorResponsible for performing the analysis on outstanding issues and unapplied cash to Accounts Receivable Manager.Accounts Receivable Shared Service Center
AR - AccountantResponsible for researching and managing the open receivable items and unapplied cash items.  Open items include Letter of Credit Accounts.Accounts Receivable Shared Service Center
AR – Display DocumentsResponsible for viewing only the Accounts Receivable information for both sponsored and non-sponsored transactions.Accounts Receivable Shared Service Center

 

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