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Cost model hierarchy

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Cost model hierarchy

All the accounts belong to segments, which are structured in a cost model hierarchy.

The cost model hierarchy makes it possible for you to roll up expenses from lower-level accounts and segments to higher-level accounts and segments. For example, assume that you use the default hierarchy, which has the business service segment under the business unit segment. This rollup enables you to have the expenses that are allocated to a business service, such as email, also apply to the business units that consume the email service, one of which is commonly IT.
Note: Using the workbench is the preferred method of modifying the hierarchy, rather than using the Segment Relationship form. When you use the workbench to modify the hierarchy, it automatically creates all the rules and methods.

Build segment hierarchy

You can use the Build segment hierarchy link in the Financial Model form to create model hierarchy easily using interactive user interface as in financial modeling workbench. Add new segments to the hierarchy or remove segments from the cost model per your requirements.