EBS-11i Order to Cash Fund

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Order to Cash Lifecycle covers the entire gamut of order processing to cash receipt. It gives you an overview of the processes involved in taking an order from its inception to its fulfillment. This lifecycle closely maps to the best practices followed in the industry and is useful not only in understanding processes, but also in implementing them efficiently and cost-effectively.

Learn To:
Set up Order Management
Set up Receivables
Integration with other products
Implement the Order to Cash Lifecycle
Functional Implementer
Ability to navigate Oracle Applications
  • Learn the key areas in the Order to Cash Lifecycle
  • Learn about the integration between Order Management and other applications
  • Learn how items integrate within the Order to Cash Lifecycle
  • Create and maintain party and customer account information
  • Create and process different types of orders
  • Manage orders - updating, canceling, purging, closing
  • Learn pricing concepts and the usage of Pricing Engine in Order Management
  • Learn shipping concepts and the role of Shipping in Order Management
  • Learn about the integration between Receivables and other applications
  • Demonstrate the key invoicing and receipts processes
  • Use tax accounting processes
  • Learn about period closing processes

Order to Cash Lifecycle Overview
Ordering and Scheduling Process
Pricing Process
Shipping Process
Auto Invoice Process
Receivables Process

Overview of Oracle Order Management

Order Management Process
Order Management - Multiple Fulfillment Models
Overview of the Order Management Process

Inventory Organizations
Describe Enterprise Structure in Oracle Applications
Defining Units of Measure
Defining Locations
Setting up Inventory Organizations
Establishing Inventory Parameters
Defining Sub-inventories

Enter Orders

Entering Simple Negotiation information
Entering Sales Header and Line information
Creating Blanket Sales Agreements
Creating Internal Orders
Creating Drop Shipments and Back-to- Back Orders
Scheduling Orders
Booking and Copying Orders
Order Import and Identifying Key Setup Elements

Manage Parties and Customer Accounts

Entering and maintaining party and customer account information
Creating profile classes and assign them to customer accounts
Creating and maintain party and customer account information
Enabling customer account relationships
Defining TCA party paying relationships
Merging parties and customer accounts
Viewing party and customer account information
Defining setup options

Credit Management
Setting up for credit management
Using credit profile changes
Identifying credit management processing
Using workflow and lookups
Reviewing credit management performance
Applying credit hierarchy

Order Inquiry

Pricing and Availability
Order Organizer
Order Information Portal

Manage Orders
Entering Order Updates
Managing Approvals
Managing Holds
Managing Credit Checking
Canceling and Closing Orders
Purging Orders

Overview of Pricing

Overview of Pricing in the Order to Cash Lifecycle
Overview of Pricing Concepts, Integration, Engine
Overview of Pricing Security
Overview of Price Lists, Pricing Agreements
Overview of Formulas, Qualifiers and Modifiers
Overview of Contexts and Attributes
Overview of Freight and Special Charges
Overview of Basic vs. Advanced Pricing

Basic Pricing
Pricing Security
Creating Price Lists - Header and Line
Maintaining Price Lists
Pricing Attributes
Modifiers - inclusive of Freight & Special Charges modifiers
Attribute Management

Oracle Shipping Execution

Pick Release Process
Ship Confirm Process
Deliveries and Delivery Lines
Shipping Parameters
Pick Release Rules
Freight Carriers
Profile Options
Shipping Execution Reports

Process Invoices using Auto Invoice
Auto Invoice process
Defining Auto Invoice
Correcting errors by using Auto Invoice Exception Handling

Overview of Oracle Receivables Process
Receivables process positioning within the Order to Cash Life Cycle
Describing the overall Receivables Process
Discussing the key areas in the Receivables Process

Bill Presentment Architecture

Bill presentment architecture processes
Registering data sources
Creating templates to present bills
Defining rules to assign templates to customers
Printing BPA invoices

Implement Customer Invoices
Setting up information relating to invoicing
Major implementation considerations in customer invoicing

Process Invoices

Describing the way processing invoices fits into the Receivables process
Entering and completing invoices
Correcting invoices
Identifying deposit transaction types
Printing transactions and statements
Using event-based management
Identifying XML receivables documents
Promised commitment accounts

Implement Receipts

Setting up information relating to receipts
Implementation considerations


Receipt processes
Applying receipts using different methods
Creating claims
Using balance segments
Applying non-manual receipts

Tax Accounting Process
Tax Accounting processes
Defining General Tax setup steps
Entering Tax Adjustments
Tax Reporting Ledger

Period Closing Process

Defining the various actions required to close a period in the Order to Cash eBusiness flow
Using reports to assist in the closing process
Running the Revenue Recognition program and the General Ledger interface program