EBS-R12.x Project Costing Fund

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Course Duration: 4 days
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In this course, students will learn about the implementation of R12.1 Oracle Project Costing. The course encompasses key setup considerations, from implementing expenditures and accounting to running costing processes, and explains some of the impacts of implementation decisions. Students will also learn how this product fits into the Oracle eBusiness Suite. Students will learn through the use of tutorials, supplemented with guided demonstrations and hands on practices.

This course will be applicable for customers who have implemented Oracle E-Business Suite Release 12 or Oracle E-Business Suite 12.1. Oracle Project Costing is an integrated project-based cost collection, management, and accounting solution that enables organizations to effectively manage projects and activities. Project managers are empowered with timely,detailed cost information to monitor project performance, while financial managers can track and account for the total costs of running their business.

Oracle Project Costing is part of the Oracle Enterprise Project Management solution. Oracle Enterprise Project Management provides a set of applications that help companies deliver global projects by integrating and managing project information. It enables all persons at all levels of the enterprise to participate and collaborate on the projects at appropriate levels in a centralized environment.

This course will be applicable for customers who have
implemented Oracle E-Business Suite Release 12 or Oracle E-Business Suite 12.1.
Functional Implementer
Project Manager
Sales Consultants
Basic knowledge of project accounting, Basic knowledge of project management
  • Set up R12 Oracle Project Costing
  • Identify the features of Oracle Project Costing
  • Describe how Oracle Project Costing integrates with the Oracle eBusiness Suite
  • Understand the impacts of key implementation decisions
Overview of Oracle Project Costing
Defining Projects for Costing

Defining Costing-Related Project Information
Controlling Expenditures

Overview of Budgetary Controls, Budget Integration and Core Budgeting
Budgetary Controls
Budget Integration
Implementation

Entering Expenditures
Entering, Releasing, and Submitting PreApproved Batches
Automatically Reversing Expenditure Batches
Entering Expenditure Batches Using Microsoft Excel
Importing Transactions

Implementing Expenditures
Performing Cost Processing

Performing Cost Distribution
Creating Accounting
Running Streamline Processes
Understanding Period Processing

Accounting for Costs
Implementing AutoAccounting
AutoAccounting and the Account Generator
Integration with Oracle Subledger Accounting

Implementing Non-Labor Costing
Implementing Labor Costing

Implementing Burden Costing
Overview of Burdening
Storing Burden Costs
Accounting for Burden Costs
Defining Burden Structures and Schedules
Processing Burden Costs

Performing Cost Adjustments
Integration with Oracle Purchasing and Oracle Payables
Overview of Supplier Costs
Integration with Oracle Purchasing
Integration with Oracle Payables
Interfacing Supplier Costs
Managing Subcontractor Payments
Commitment Reporting
Adjusting Supplier Costs
Implementing Integration
Integration with Oracle Internet Expenses
Entering and Processing Project-Related Expense Reports
Implementation Setup Steps

Integration with Oracle Time & Labor
Entering and Processing Project-Related Timecards
Implementation Setup Steps

Allocations and AutoAllocations
Defining Allocation Rules
Processing Allocations
Defining AutoAllocations Sets
Processing AutoAllocations

Asset Capitalization
Overview of Asset Capitalization
Capitalizing Assets
Implementing Asset Capitalization

Cross Charge
Overview of Cross Charge
Processing Borrowed and Lent Cross Charges
Implementing Borrowed and Lent Cross Charge Processing

Appendix A: Integration with Oracle Inventory, Project Manufacturing, and Asset Tracking
Integration with Oracle Inventory
Integration with Oracle Project Manufacturing
Integration with Oracle Asset Tracking

Appendix B: Budgetary Controls and Budget Integration
Budgetary Controls
Overview of Budget Integration
Top-Down Budget Integration
Bottom-Up Budget Integration
Non-Integrated Budgets with Budgetary Controls
Implementing Budgetary Controls and Budget Integration

Appendix C: Asset Capitalization: Capitalizing Interest
Overview of Capitalized Interest
Implementing Capitalized Interest