The training is split into two training sessions (two half days) with a clear focus on the closing process in AARO from a reporting subsidiary’s perspective.
It is designed to enable you to get started in AARO and to understand the interface and features available for you when reporting your financial statements to the group.
By the end of the training, you will know how to upload your financial statements by import or manual entries and how to report and reconcile intercompany transactions. You will also get a good understanding of how the Balance Sheet; Income Statement and other financial specifications are related so that you can easily report the specification needed, reconcile and comment on the period outcome to the group.
AARO Company Reporting I
- AARO’s key concepts
- Manual reporting
- Reporting layouts
- Import and stage data to AARO
- Reporting from Excel
- Export reports
AARO Company Reporting II
- Intercompany reporting
- Intercompany reconciliation
- Intercompany analysis – match report
- Export options of intercompany transactions
- Reconciliation rules and report
- Comment reconciliation violations
- Complete reconciled reports
Target group: The training’s main target audience is company reporters who need to understand the basic concepts in AARO and understand how to use AARO to report their company’s financial statements to the group.
The training is also suitable for group accountants to get the basics of how the reporting tools work in AARO for them to set the reporting closing process for the group.
We recommend this training for users that are familiar with working in the old Windows client and now want a better understanding on how to navigate through the web client.
- ✅ Company Reporters
- ✅ Group Reporters
Suggested next training: AARO Analysis – Reports and Excel
Time (per day) (CEST): 08:30 am-11:30 am.
Time (per day) (EAT): 9:30 am-12:30 pm.
Time (per day) (GST/Dubai): 10:30 am-1:30 pm.
(Please login to the training session 15 minutes before the start time, to allow time for any technical issues to be resolved.)