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Overview

This Oracle R12 Financials Awareness Seminar provides a high level overview of the functionality of the main modules within the Oracle Financials suite and their integration. It focuses on the key business cycles common to most organizations and how Oracle Financials supports them. Whilst this a seminar as opposed to a hands-on training course, it provides an excellent forum for a wider discussion about implementing or working with Oracle Financials R12.

Audience

The Oracle R12 Financials Awareness Seminar is for anyone who wishes to gain an understanding of the functionality of the main modules within the Oracle Financials suite. It would benefit individuals who are not from a finance background but who need to work with Oracle Financials or provide first line support to its users. It would also suit delegates who have worked with other high-end financial software packages and now need to work with Oracle Financials.

Skills Gained

  • Overview of the Oracle Financials Suite
  • Integration within the Oracle Financials Suite
  • System Administration and Set Up Tasks
  • Users and Responsibilities
  • Accounting Calendars
  • Account Flexfield Design
  • Chart of Accounts Structure and Ledgers
  • Subledger Accounting
  • Transfer of Subledger Data to the General Ledger
  • Reporting Tools
  • Folder Usage
  • Key and Descriptive Flexfields
  • Oracle Workflow Overview
  • Customer Set Up and Management Considerations
  • Supplier Set Up and Management Considerations
  • General Ledger Considerations
  • Cash Management Considerations
  • Asset Management Considerations
  • Accounts Receivables Considerations
  • Account Payables Considerations
  • Purchasing Considerations
  • Order Management Considerations

Prerequisites

Not available. Please contact.

Outline

Session 1: INTRODUCTION TO ORACLE FINANCIAL APPLICATIONS

  • Oracle Financial Applications
  • Core Financial Applications
  • General Ledger
  • Procure to Pay Cycle:
  • Purchasing/iProcurement
  • Payables
  • Order to Cash Cycle:
  • Order Management
  • Inventory
  • Receivables
  • Cash Management
  • Asset Management

Session 2: NEW FEATURES IN RELEASE 12

  • MOAC
  • Legal Entities
  • eBusiness Tax Engine
  • Bank Accounts
  • AGIS

Session 3: NAVIGATION

  • Login in to and out of Oracle
  • Select a Responsibility
  • The Navigator Functions Tab
  • The Navigator Top Ten List
  • The Navigator Documents Tab
  • The Navigator Processes Tab
  • Oracle Window Features and Terminology
  • Key and Descriptive Flexfields
  • Icons
  • Enter Data and Use Lists Of Values
  • Find Data
  • Add, View and Delete Attachments
  • Set Profile Options
  • Display Help
  • Use Keyboard Shortcuts

Session 4: ORACLE GENERAL LEDGER

  • Oracle General Ledger Features
  • Oracle General Ledger - Keywords and Concepts
  • Balance Sheet Categories
  • Chart of Accounts
  • Accounts and Periods
  • Flexfield Considerations
  • Design Principles
  • Currency
  • Ledgers And Ledger Sets
  • Posting Account Balances
  • Posting from the Subledgers
  • Posting Process
  • Implement and Setup the General Ledger
  • Accounting Methods

Session 5: FINANCIAL REPORTING TOOLS

  • Oracle General Ledger Reports
  • Oracle General Ledger Standard Reports
  • Financial Statement Generator
  • Oracle Discoverer
  • Oracle Reports
  • Oracle SQL Reports
  • Comparison of Reporting Tools

Session 6: SUPPLIER MANAGEMENT

  • Supplier Overview
  • Supplier Relationships
  • Contracts
  • Solicitations
  • Supplier Sites
  • Supplier Account Balances

Session 7: ORACLE PURCHASING

  • Overview of Oracle Purchasing
  • Matching Options
  • Oracle Strategic Procurement
  • iProcurement
  • Integration with Oracle Payables

Session 8: ORACLE PAYABLES

  • Overview of a Payables System
  • Additional Features of Oracle Payables
  • An Overview of Payables in a Business
  • Integration with Other Modules
  • The Payables Cycle

Session 9: CUSTOMER MANAGEMENT

  • Overview of the Customer Database
  • Customer Profile Classes
  • Customer Accounts
  • Business Purposes

Session 10: ORDER MANAGEMENT

  • Order Processing Flows

Session 11: ORACLE RECEIVABLES

  • Overview of Oracle Receivables
  • Oracle Receivables Workflow
  • Receivables Interfaces
  • Overview of Receivables in the Order to Cash Process
  • Overview of the Receivables Process

Session 12: ORACLE CASH MANAGEMENT

  • Cash Management Business Functions
  • Cash Transaction Sources
  • The Need for Cash Management
  • Forecasting

Session 13: ORACLE ASSET MANAGEMENT

  • Overview of Oracle Assets
  • E-Business Suite Integration
  • Asset Books
  • Asset Categories
  • Asset Life Cycle
  • Add Assets Manually
  • Mass Asset Additions

Session 14: ORACLE WORKFLOW

  • Overview of Oracle Workflow
  • Workflow Management
  • Workflow User Client Tier
  • Oracle Server Tier

Session 15: ORACLE SYSTEM ADMINISTRATION

  • Application Security
  • Define an Application
  • Manage Concurrent Programs and Reports
  • Administer Concurrent Managers
  • Manage Profiles
  • Incorporate a Custom Program
  • Audit System Resources
  • Manage Printers
  • Applications DBA Duties
  • Incorporate Custom Help Files
  • Administer Folders
  • Manage Document Sequences
  • Define Key and Descriptive Flexfields
  • Advanced Validation
  • Monitor Workflow Processes
  • View and Respond to Workflow Notifications
  • Implement Oracle Alerts

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