EBS-R12.x Inventory Mgmnt Fund

Course Fees: $6390.00 excl. GST
Printed Manual: $0.00 excl. GST
Course Duration: 5 days
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This class focuses on the features, functions, and benefits of Oracle Inventory. Students learn how to define items, enable lot control, enable serial control, enable dual unit of measure control, perform inventory transfers perform inventory replenishment, perform a cycle, view on-hand quantities, create reservations, and setup material statuses. Students also learn where Oracle Inventory fits in the overall enterprise structure.


This course reflects the logical flow of the processes involved in inventory management. For example, this course covers defining items, receiving items, issuing items, and replenishing items in the same order. The exercises in this course provide hands-on experience on using Oracle Inventory to perform many of the processing and inquiry transactions such as receiving, moving, replenishing inventory items, and generating count tags for physical inventories. The hands-on exercises also help you understand how to use mobile devices to perform transactions such as cycle counting and inventory replenishment.


Learn To:
Set up organizations that correspond to your business units in Oracle Applications
Define inventory items for Oracle Supply Chain Applications
Perform inventory replenishment
Perform ABC classification and cycle count
Perform inventory transactions
Use mobile devices to perform inventory transactions
End Users
Functional Implementer
Basic understanding of Inventory Management principles, R12 eBusiness Suite Essentials for Implementers
  • Understand the structure of an inventory organization in Oracle Inventory
  • Understand how to perform inventory transactions using a mobile device
  • Understand the planning and replenishment methods available in Oracle Inventory including min-max planning, reorder-point planning, Understand the role of an item-master organization
  • Define items in Oracle Inventory
  • Understand the concept of move orders
  • Learn to implement locator, revision, serial, and lot control for items
  • Perform inventory transactions such as subinventory transfer and interorganization transfer
  • Set up shipping networks between inventory organizations and understand the significance of direct shipment and in transit shipment
  • Understand how to create units of measure
  • Understand how to create reservations
  • Understand how to view on-hand quantities
  • Understand how to define material statuses
  • Understand how to define and maintain a cycle count
  • Create an ABC ranking of items to be used in cycle counting
  • Understand the overall inventory process in Oracle Inventory

Overview of Oracle Inventory
Receiving Inventory
Transferring Inventory
On-hand and Availability
Issuing Inventory
Inventory Accuracy
Discussing Inventory Application Integration


Inventory Structure
Overview of Inventory Structure
Setting up the Inventory Organization Structure
Defining Organization Parameters
Defining Shipping Networks
Defining Subinventories and Locators


Units of Measure
Defining Units of Measure


Defining and Maintaining Items
Defining Items Process
Using Item Templates
Assigning Items to Organizations
Categories, Category Sets, and Catalogs
Deleting Items


Lot and Serial Control

Setting up Lot Control
Maintaining Serial Information
Maintaining Lot and Serial Genealogy


Transaction Setup
Defining Transaction Types
Defining Picking Rules
Defining Account Aliases
Opening and Closing Accounting Periods
Setting up Move Orders
Material Shortage Alerts and Notifications


Issuing and Transferring Material
Managing Receipts
Performing Transactions
Performing Move Orders
Performing Mobile Transactions
Managing Shipments


On-hand and Availability
Using the Material Workbench
Creating Available to Promise Rules
Managing Reservations


Material Status Control
Material Status Setup


Inventory Replenishment
Defining Replenishment
Inventory Forecasting Methods
Replenishment Counting
Kanban


Inventory Accuracy
Defining Counting
ABC Analysis
Cycle Counting
Physical Inventory


Table Information
Accessing eTRM