EBS-R12.2 Financial Applications Overview

Course Fees: $6710.00 excl. GST
Printed Manual: $155.00 excl. GST
Course Duration: 5 days
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In this course, you will learn the basics of the Oracle Financial Applications, to include General Ledger, Purchasing, Payables, Fixed Assets, Order Management, Accounts Receivables, and Cash Management. Also, students will learn concepts that are included across these applications such as Suppliers, Customers, and Items. In addition to learning about these products, you learn how they work together in different flows to suit your business needs. Business flows include Procure to Pay and Order to Cash Flow. You will also be able to try many of these products in class using a series of hands on practices, which build on one another thus allowing you to experience both the tools and the workflow of which they are part.

This course will be applicable for customers who have implemented Oracle E-Business Suite Release 12 or Oracle E-Business Suite 12.1. or 12.2

Learn To:
  • Understand the Business Flows of the eBusiness Suite
  • Understand Oracle Procurement Flows and Products
  • Understand Oracle General Ledger
  • Understand Oracle Payables and Receivables
  • Understand Oracle Order Management
  • Understand Oracle Assets
Business Analysts
End Users
Functional Implementer
Sales Consultants
Support Engineer
Technical Consultant
  • Understand how suppliers and customers are used through out the financial applications
  • Understand the Order to Cash Flow business flow and the products used with in it
  • Understand other eBusiness Suite products such as Internet Expenses, Lease Management, TCA, Treasury and Projects
  • Understand the Accounting to Financial Reporting business flow and the products used with in it
  • Describe the key business flows and integration points between/among products in the R12 eBusiness Suite
  • Understand the Procure to Pay business flow and the products used with in it

Understanding the eBusiness Suite

Key Business Flows and Integration Points Between Products in the R12.2 eBusiness Suite

Understanding the Accounting to Financial Reporting Business Flow
Steps to Complete the Accounting Cycle Using Oracle General Ledger
How Oracle General Ledger Integrates with Other Oracle eBusiness Applications
The Accounting to Financial Accounting Business Flow


Understanding the Procure to Pay Business Flow

Key Areas in the Procure to Pay Process
How the Procure to Pay Process Fits Into the Oracle eBusiness Suite of Applications


Understanding Suppliers

Setting up New Suppliers
Identifying Key Reports
Identifying Supplier-related Implementation Considerations


Understanding Purchasing
The Oracle Purchasing Process Flow
Identifying Implementation Considerations of Oracle Purchasing


Understanding Payables

Entering Invoices
The Expense Report Process
Creating Payments
How Accounting Flows to the General Ledger


Understanding Assets

The Assets Process Flow
Asset Book Positioning
Adding, Adjusting, Depreciating, and Retiring Assets


Understanding the Order to Cash Flow Business Flow

The Order to Cash and Click to Cash Process Flows
Key Areas in the Order to Cash Cycle
How the Order to Cash Process Fits into the Oracle eBusiness Suite


Understanding Customers

The Party Model
Setting up New Customers
Key Reports
Customer-related Implementation Considerations


Understanding Order Management

How Oracle Order Management Uses Items
The Order Entry Process
Creating Orders
Managing Orders
How Orders are Priced
The Shipping and Return Process


Understanding Oracle Receivables

The Auto invoice Process
Entering Manual Invoices
Entering and Applying Receipts
iReceivables and the Collection Process
How Accounting Flows to the General Ledger


Understanding Cash Management

Key Concepts of Bank Reconciliation
Key Concepts of Cash Forecasting
Cash Management Reports


Understanding Related Financial Understand Related Financial

Internal Controls Manager Overview
Internet Expenses
Lease Management
Trading Community Architecture (TCA)
Treasury
Enterprise Project Management, Including Project Costing and Project Billing
Portfolio Analysis
Property Manager Overview