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Oracle E-Business Suite

Duration3 Days

 

Overview

This training is designed for customers who have implemented Oracle E-Business Suite Release 12 or Oracle E-Business Suite 12.1. You'll learn about the new features of Oracle E-Business Tax, while setting up a tax model and applying that tax to a transaction using the Oracle Tax Simulator and other E-Business suite application.

  • Prerequisites
  • Target Audience
    • End Users
    • Functional Implementer
  • Course Objectives
    • Use the Oracle Tax Simulator to verify the tax configuration
    • Describe E-Business Tax reports
    • Describe how E-Business Tax integrates with other Oracle E-Business Applications
    • Describe how the E-Business Tax rules engine calculates taxes on transactions
    • Set up tax exemptions
    • Set up tax rules using the Guided Rule Entry and Expert Rule Entry
    • Set up the basic tax configuration using the Regime to Rate flow
    • Translate tax regulations into a set of tax rules for tax determination
    • Understand E-Business Tax and third-party tax service providers
    • Understand E-Business Tax key concepts
    • Understand configuration owners
    • Understand how Release 11i tax data migrates to E-Business Tax
    • Understand tax handling on transactions
    • Understand tax recovery processing
    • Understand the use and content of party tax profiles
    • Understand the use of fiscal classifications in tax rules

Course Content:

  • Oracle E-Business Tax Overview
    • E-Business Tax key concepts
    • Tax Determination Management
    • Integration within Oracle E-Business Suite
  • Part 1: Oracle E-Business Tax Basic Tax Configuration
    • E-Business Tax Architecture
    • E-Business Tax Configuration Flow
    • Tax Users
    • Taxes
    • Legal Entity
    • Lookup Codes
    • Regime-to-Rate Flow for US Sales Tax
    • Regime-to-Rate Flow for UK VAT
  • Part 1: Setting Up Tax Rules
    • Rule Engine
    • Tax Rule Defaults
    • Tax Accounts
    • Make Tax Available on Transactions
    • Oracle Tax Simulator
    • Oracle Tax Simulator
    • Tax Rules Entry
  • Part 2: Setting Up Tax Rules
    • E-Business Tax Architecture
    • E-Business Tax Homepage
    • Determining Factor
    • Tax Determining Factor
    • Tax Registrations
    • Tax Determination Set Setup for Tax Rules
    • Regime Determination Set Setup
    • Tax Formula Setup
  • Configuration Owners and Event Class Settings
    • E-Business Tax Home Page – Configuration Owner & Options
    • Tax Configuration Ownership
    • Configuration for Taxes and Rules
    • Configuration for Product Exceptions
    • Legal Entity and Operating Unit Configuration Options
    • Configuration Options Setup
    • Event Classes
    • Configuration Owner Tax Options
  • Managing Party Tax Profiles
    • E-Business Tax Home Page – Party Tax Profiles
    • Party Tax Profile
    • First Party Legal Entity Tax Profile
    • First Party Legal Establishment Tax Profile
    • Operating Unit Tax Profile
    • Tax Authority Tax Profile
    • Tax Registrations
    • Importing Customer Tax Information
  • Fiscal Classifications
    • E-Business Tax Architecture
    • E-Business Tax Home Page – Fiscal Classifications
    • Party Fiscal Classifications
    • Guided Tax Rule Entry
    • Legal Party Fiscal Classifications
    • Product Fiscal Classifications
    • Tax Exemptions
    • Product Tax Exceptions
  • Tax Recovery
    • E-Business Tax Architecture
    • E-Business Tax Homepage – Tax Recovery
    • Value Added Tax Overview
    • Regime-to-Rate Flow with UK VAT
    • Tax Recovery Rates
    • Rule Engine – Recovery Rate
    • Tax Recovery Processing
  • Part 2: Oracle E-Business Tax Basic Tax Configuration
    • E-Business Tax Architecture
    • E-Business Tax Home Page – External Dependencies & Tax Configuration
    • Basic Tax Configuration – Additional Setup Options
    • TCA Geography Hierarchy
    • Tax Zone Setup
  • Managing Taxes on Transactions
    • E-Business Tax Architecture
    • Payables Transactions
    • Receivables Transactions
    • Receivables Transactions – Debit and Credit Memos
    • Intercompany Transactions
    • Managing Detail Tax Lines
    • Managing Summary Tax Lines
    • Managing Tax Distributions
  • Self-Assessment and Offset Taxes
    • Self-Assessment Setup
    • Offset Taxes
  • Example: Determining Tax Rule Components Based on Tax Regulations
    • E-Business Tax Homepage – Tax Rules
    • Rules in Detail Example UK Rules Setup (Intra EU Sales)
    • UK Rules Setup - Intra EU Sales
    • Rules in Detail Example Summary UK Rules Setup (Intra EU Sales)
    • Tax Rules – Expert Rule Entry
    • Tax Reporting Types
  • Tax Reporting Ledger
    • E-Business Tax Home Page – Requests
    • Tax Reporting
    • Tax Reporting Ledger
    • XML Publisher
    • E-Business Tax Reports
    • EMEA VAT Reports
    • Latin American Tax Reports
    • Asia/Pacific Tax Reports

Certification

Duration 5 Days

 

Overview

This course will help you maximize accounting process efficiency across the enterprise, while still achieving a high level of information and setup security. It will teach you how Oracle General Ledger integrates with the eBusiness Suite of applications.

  • Prerequisites
    • R12.x Oracle E-Business Suite Essentials for Implementers.
  • Target Audience
    • End Users.
    • Functional Implementer .
    • Project Manager.
  • Course Objectives
    • Describe the implementation considerations Explain how Oracle General Ledger integrates with the eBusiness Suite of applications Identify the steps required to complete the accounting cycle.

Course Content:

  • Oracle General Ledger Process
    • Understanding the General Ledger Functions and Features
    • Analyzing the General Ledger Accounting Cycle
    • Reviewing General Ledger Integration Points
    • Generating Standard Reports and Listings
  • Ledger - Part 1
    • Describing the Elements Required to Define Ledgers
    • Identifying Attributes, Options and Settings to Define the Accounting Flexfield
    • DefininIdentify the attributes, options and settings required to define the
    • Accounting Flexfield
    • Define an Accounting Calendar
    • Enable Predefined Currencies
    • Create Accounting Setuos
    • Explain Reporting Currencies
    • Define Accounting Options
  • Ledger - Part 2
    • Describe Segment Value Inheritance
    • Define Flexfield and Cross Validation Security Rules
    • Define Shorthand Aliases
    • Utilize the Account Hierarchy Manager
  • Advanced Security
    • Describe Data Access Set Security
    • Describe Management Reporting and Security
  • Basic Journal Entries
    • Describe How Journal Entries are Positioned in the Accounting Cycle
    • Identify the Types of Journal Entries
    • Create Manual Journal Entries
    • Post Journal Entries using Various Posting Options
    • Perform Account Inquiries
    • Identify the Key Elements of Web Applications Desktop Integrator (Web ADI)
    • Run the Create Accounting Program
    • Describe Importing Journal Entries
  • Summary Accounts
    • Discuss Summary Accounts and How They are used in General Ledger
    • Define Rollup Groups for Summary Account Creation
    • Assign Parent Values to Rollup Groups
    • Determine the number of Summary Accounts Created by a Template using a Specific Formula
    • Enter Summary Account Templates to Create Summary Accounts
    • Maintain Summary Accounts
    • Discuss Key Implementation Considerations in Planning Summary Accounts
  • Advanced Journal Entries
    • Describe Advanced Journal Entries
    • Identify the Key Issues and Considerations when Implementing the Advanced Journal Entry functions of Oracle General Ledger
    • Explain the Business Benefits Derived from utilizing Oracle General Ledger's Advanced Journal Entries Functions
  • Financial Budgeting
    • Understanding Anatomy of a Budget
    • Completing the Budget Accounting Cycle
    • Discussing Budget Entry Methods
    • Uploading Budget Amounts
    • Transferring Budget Amounts
    • Freezing and Unfreezing Budget Amounts
  • Multi-Currency
    • Defining Foreign Currencies
    • Entering Foreign Currency Journals
    • Revaluing Foreign Currency Balances
    • Translating Balances Into Foreign Currency
  • Consolidations
    • Identifying Consolidations Across the General Ledger Business Process
    • Understanding Key Implementation Issues Across Consolidations
    • Understanding the Global Consolidation System
    • Defining the Elements of the Consolidation Workbench
  • Period Close
    • Understanding the Accounting Cycle
    • Understanding Steps in the Close Process
    • Performing Journal Import of Sub-ledger Balances
    • Generating Revaluation
    • Understanding the Closing Period
    • Consolidating Account Balances
  • Financial Reporting
    • Identifying Financial Reporting Across the General Ledger Business Process
    • Understanding Basic Report Building Concepts
    • Understanding the Financial Statement Generator
    • Generating Financial Reports using the Standard Request Submission Form

Certification

Duration 4 Days

 

Overview

This R12.2 Oracle Order Management Fundamentals training teaches you how to perform the basic order capture and order fulfillment flows that Oracle Order Management facilitates. Participate in hands-on activities to solidify new skills; use the functionality described in the class and apply it to your daily job.

  • Prerequisites
    • Thorough knowledge of the overall Oracle Receivables Process
    • Ability to navigate Oracle applications
  • Target Audience
    • End Users.
    • Functional Implementer.
  • Course Objectives
    • Understand the overall order to cash process from Order Entry through Bank Reconciliation
    • Understand key areas in the Order to Cash Life Cycle
    • Explain how the Receivables processing is positioned within the Order to Cash Life Cycle
    • Describe the overall Receivables process
    • Manage parties and customer accounts
    • Describe the Auto-Invoice process
    • Explain bill presentment architecture processes
    • Understand Credit Management
    • Identify credit management processing
    • Understand setup information related to invoicing
    • Describing the receipt process
    • Understand setup information related to receipts
    • Understand the tax accounting process
    • Understand Sub-ledger Accounting as it relates to period closing.

Course Content:

  • Order to Cash Lifecycle Overview
    • Describing the overall Order to Cash Process from Order Entry through Bank Reconciliation
    • Discussing the key areas in the Order to Cash Life Cycle
    • Describing the integration between the applications
  • Overview of Oracle Receivables Process
    • Explaining where the Receivables processing is positioned within the Order to Cash Life Cycle
    • Describing the overall Receivables Process
    • Discussing the key areas in the Receivables Process
  • Manage Parties and Customer Accounts
    • Defining the Features to Enter and Maintain Party and Customer Account Information
    • Defining the Features to Enter and Maintain Party and Customer Account Information
    • Creating Profile Classes and Assigning them to Customer Accounts
    • Creating and Maintaining 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
  • Process Invoices Using Auto-Invoice
    • Describing the Auto-Invoice Process
    • Using Auto-Invoice
    • Correcting Errors Using Auto-Invoice Exception Handling
  • Process Invoices
    • Describing How Processing Invoices Fits into the Receivables Process
    • Entering and Completing Invoices
    • Correcting Invoices
    • Printing Transactions and Statements
    • Using Event-Based Management
    • Demonstrating Promised Commitment Accounts
  • Bill Presentment Architecture
    • Explaining the Bill Presentment Architecture Processes
    • Registering Data Sources
    • Creating Templates to Present Bills
    • Defining Rules to Assign Templates to Customers
    • Printing BPA Invoices
  • Credit Management
    • Understanding Setup Steps for Credit Management
    • Demonstrating Credit Profile Changes
    • Identifying Credit Management Processing
    • Using Workflow and Lookups
    • Reviewing Credit Management Performance
    • Applying Credit Hierarchy
  • Implement Customer Invoicing
    • Entering Setup Information related to Invoicing
    • Understanding Key Implementation Considerations in Customer Invoicing
  • Receipts
    • Describing the Receipt Process
    • Applying Receipts Using Different Methods
    • Creating Charge-backs, Adjustments, and Claims
    • Using Balancing Segments
    • Applying Non-Manual Receipts
  • Implement Receipts
    • Entering Setup Information for Receipts
    • Discussing the Implementation Considerations
  • Tax Processing
    • Understanding the Tax Accounting Process
    • Understanding Oracle E-Business Tax Setups for Receivables
    • Managing Tax Accounts and Tax Adjustments
  • Period Closing
    • Understanding Sub-ledger Accounting Related to Period Closing
    • Defining Various Actions Required to Close a Period in the Order to Cash E-Business Flow
    • Describing Available Reports Assisting in the Closing Process
    • Explaining How to Run the Revenue Recognition Program and the General Ledger Interface Program
  • Appendix A: Bank Reconciliation
    • Reconciliation Overview
    • Reconciliation Integration
    • Reconciliation: Oracle Receivables and Oracle Payables
    • Reconciliation of Oracle Payroll EFT Payments
    • AutoReconciliation Overview
    • Clearing and Reconciling Transactions in Oracle Payables
    • Clearing and Reconciling Transactions in Oracle Receivables
    • Cash Application Work Queue

Certification

Duration: 4 Days

 

Overview

This R12.2 Oracle Receivables Management Fundamentals Ed 1 training is ideal for customers who have implemented Oracle E-Business Suite Release 12, 12.1 or R12.2. Expert Oracle University instructors will teach you how to set up and use Oracle Receivables to manage receivables processing.

  • Prerequisites
    • Thorough knowledge of the overall Oracle Receivables Process
    • Ability to navigate Oracle applications
  • Target Audience
    • End Users.
    • Functional Implementer.
  • Course Objectives
    • Understand the overall order to cash process from Order Entry through Bank Reconciliation
    • Understand key areas in the Order to Cash Life Cycle
    • Explain how the Receivables processing is positioned within the Order to Cash Life Cycle
    • Describe the overall Receivables process
    • Manage parties and customer accounts
    • Describe the Auto-Invoice process
    • Explain bill presentment architecture processes
    • Understand Credit Management
    • Identify credit management processing
    • Understand setup information related to invoicing
    • Describing the receipt process
    • Understand setup information related to receipts
    • Understand the tax accounting process

Course Content

  • Order to Cash Lifecycle Overview
    • Describing the overall Order to Cash Process from Order Entry through Bank Reconciliation
    • Discussing the key areas in the Order to Cash Life Cycle
    • Describing the integration between the applications
  • Overview of Oracle Receivables Process
    • Explaining where the Receivables processing is positioned within the Order to Cash Life Cycle
    • Describing the overall Receivables Process
    • Discussing the key areas in the Receivables Process
  • Manage Parties and Customer Accounts
    • Defining the Features to Enter and Maintain Party and Customer Account Information
    • Defining the Features to Enter and Maintain Party and Customer Account Information
    • Creating Profile Classes and Assigning them to Customer Accounts
    • Creating and Maintaining 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
  • Process Invoices Using Auto-Invoice
    • Describing the Auto-Invoice Process
    • Using Auto-Invoice
    • Correcting Errors Using Auto-Invoice Exception Handling
  • Process Invoices
    • Describing How Processing Invoices Fits into the Receivables Process
    • Entering and Completing Invoices
    • Correcting Invoices
    • Printing Transactions and Statements
    • Using Event-Based Management
    • Demonstrating Promised Commitment Accounts
  • Bill Presentment Architecture
    • Explaining the Bill Presentment Architecture Processes
    • Registering Data Sources
    • Creating Templates to Present Bills
    • Defining Rules to Assign Templates to Customers
    • Printing BPA Invoices
  • Credit Management
    • Understanding Setup Steps for Credit Management
    • Demonstrating Credit Profile Changes
    • Identifying Credit Management Processing
    • Using Workflow and Lookups
    • Reviewing Credit Management Performance
    • Applying Credit Hierarchy
  • Implement Customer Invoicing
    • Entering Setup Information related to Invoicing
    • Understanding Key Implementation Considerations in Customer Invoicing
  • Receipts
    • Describing the Receipt Process
    • Applying Receipts Using Different Methods
    • Creating Charge-backs, Adjustments, and Claims
    • Using Balancing Segments
    • Applying Non-Manual Receipts
  • Implement Receipts
    • Entering Setup Information for Receipts
    • Discussing the Implementation Considerations
  • Tax Processing
    • Understanding the Tax Accounting Process
    • Understanding Oracle E-Business Tax Setups for Receivables
    • Managing Tax Accounts and Tax Adjustments
  • Period Closing
    • Understanding Sub-ledger Accounting Related to Period Closing
    • Defining Various Actions Required to Close a Period in the Order to Cash E-Business Flow
    • Describing Available Reports Assisting in the Closing Process
    • Explaining How to Run the Revenue Recognition Program and the General Ledger Interface Program
  • Appendix A: Bank Reconciliation
    • Reconciliation Overview
    • Reconciliation Integration
    • Reconciliation: Oracle Receivables and Oracle Payables
    • Reconciliation of Oracle Payroll EFT Payments
    • AutoReconciliation Overview
    • Clearing and Reconciling Transactions in Oracle Payables
    • Clearing and Reconciling Transactions in Oracle Receivables
    • Cash Application Work Queue

Certification

Overview

This R12.2 Oracle Inventory Management Fundamentals Ed 2 training is ideal for customers who have implemented Oracle E-Business Suite Release 12, 12.1 or R12.2. Enrolling in this course will also teach you where Oracle Inventory fits in the overall enterprise structure. 

Total Duration: 40 Hours

  • Required Prerequisites
    • R12 eBusiness Suite Essentials for Implementers
    • Basic understanding of Inventory Management principles
  • Target Audience
    • Functional Implementer
    • End Users

Course Content

  • Overview of Oracle Inventory
    • Receiving Inventory
    • Transferring Inventory
    • On-hand and Availability
    • Issuing Inventory
    • Inventory Accuracy
    • Discussing Inventory Application Integration 
  • Defining Inventory Organizations
    • Overview of Inventory Structure
    • Setting up the Inventory Organization Structure
    • Defining Organization Parameters
    • 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 Fundamentals
    • Defining Counting 
    • ABC Analysis 
    • Cycle Counting 
    • Physical Inventory 
  • Table Information
    • Accessing the Electronic Technical Reference Manual (eTRM)

Certification

Oracle E-Business Suite 12 Supply Chain Certified Implementation Specialist: Oracle Inventory
eb Recommended additional training programs to achieve this certification 
R12.x Oracle E-Business Suite Essentials for Implementers

Overview

Oracle R12.1 E-Business Essentials for Implementers is a course that provides a functional foundation for any E-Business Suite Fundamentals course.

Total Duration: 24 Hours

  • Required Prerequisites
    • Knowledge on basic computers and understanding of database.
  • Target Audience
    • Functional Implementer
    • End Users 

Course Content

  • R12.1 Oracle E-Business Essentials for Implementers: Overview 
    • Objectives
    • Course purpose
    • More help about documentation and other resources
    • OU courses
    • Summary 
  • Navigating in R12.1 Oracle Applications
    • Logging into and logging off from Oracle Applications
    • Accessing Responsibilities
    • Using forms & menus
    • Data Flow Across Oracle Applications 
    • Entering data using forms
    • Retrieving, Editing and Deleting records
    • Accessing Online Help
    • Running reports and programs 
  • Introduction to R12.1 Oracle Applications
    • Introduction to R12.1 Footprint 
    • Benefits of R12.1 Footprint 
    •  
    • R12.1 E-Business Suite Architecture  
    • Basic Technical Architecture 
    • Overview of Oracle file system and directories 
    •  
    • Brief Overview/Introduction about Oracle E-Business Suite Integrated SOA Gateway 
  • Fundamentals of System Administration
    •  Application Security Overview 
    • Function Security 
    • Data Security 
    • Profile Options 
    • Standard request submission (SRS) 
  • Fundamentals of Flexfields
    •  Basics of Flexfields
    • Define Value sets
    • Define Key Flexfields
    • Define Descriptive Flexfields
    • Planning Decisions
    • Flexfield Enhancements 
  • Shared Entities and Integration
    • Shared entities and non-key shared entities
    •  
    • Overview of E-Business Suite business flows and integration 
  • Fundamentals of Multiple-Organization and Multiple-Organization Access Control (MOAC)
    •  Introduction to Multiple-Organization and Multiple- Organization Access control (MOAC)
    • Types of organizations supported in the Multi-Org model
    • Multiple-Organization Access Control Setup and Process
    • Reporting across entities
    • Key Implementation considerations 
  • Fundamentals of Oracle Workflow & Alerts
    •  Overview of Workflow
    • Oracle Workflow Home Pages
    • Worklist WebPages
    • Workflow Monitor WebPages
    • Overview of Alerts
    • Difference between Workflow & Alerts 
  • Oracle Business Intelligence (OBI) Applications: Overview
    • Oracle BI Applications: Overview
    • Oracle BI Applications: Multisource Analytics
    • Application Integration: Security
    • Application Integration: Action Links
    • Guided Navigation
    • Deployment Options

Course Description

This R12.2 Oracle Inventory Management Fundamentals Ed 2 training is ideal for customers who have implemented Oracle E-Business Suite Release 12, 12.1 or R12.2. Enrolling in this course will also teach you where Oracle Inventory fits in the overall enterprise structure.

Duration: 8 hrs per day Timing: 09.00 AM to 05.00 PM (IST)

  • 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.
    • Define items and enable lot control and serial control.
    • Perform inventory transactions.
    • Use mobile devices to perform inventory transactions.
    • Enable dual unit of measure control.
  • Course Objectives
    • Understand how to perform inventory transactions using a mobile device
    • 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
    • Understand how to view on-hand quantities
    • Understand the structure of an inventory organization in Oracle Inventory
    • Understand the planning and replenishment methods available in Oracle Inventory including min-max planning, reorder-point planning, replenishment counting, and Kanban replenishment
    • 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
  • Required Prerequisites
    • R12 eBusiness Suite Essentials for Implementers
    • Basic understanding of Inventory Management principles
  • Target Audience
    • Functional Implementer
    • End Users 
  • Trainer Profile
    • Having more than 7 years of experience in EBS SCM.

Course Topics

  • Overview of Oracle Inventory
    • Receiving Inventory
    • Transferring Inventory
    • On-hand and Availability
    • Issuing Inventory
    • Inventory Accuracy
    • Discussing Inventory Application Integration
  • Defining Inventory Organizations
    • Overview of Inventory Structure
    • Setting up the Inventory Organization Structure
    • Defining Organization Parameters
    • 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 Fundamentals
    • Defining Counting
    • ABC Analysis
    • Cycle Counting
    • Physical Inventory
  • Table Information
    • Accessing the Electronic Technical Reference Manual (eTRM)

Course Description

This R12.2 Oracle Order Management Fundamentals training teaches you how to perform the basic order capture and order fulfillment flows that Oracle Order Management facilitates. Participate in hands-on activities to solidify new skills; use the functionality described in the class and apply it to your daily job.

Duration: 32 Hours

  • Required Prerequisite
    • E-Business Suite Essentials for Implementers
    • Navigating Oracle Applications
    • R12.x Oracle E-Business Suite Essentials for Implementers
  • Target Audience
    • Functional Implementer
    • End Users 

Course Content

  • Overview of Oracle Order Management
    • Overview of Oracle Order Management
    • What is Oracle Order Management?
    • Order Capture and Order Fulfillment
    • Oracle Order Management Capabilities
    • Order to Cash Lifecycle
    • Integration with Other Products
  • Multiple Organization Access Control Setup
    • Organization Structure in Oracle Applications
    • Multi-Org Access Control (MOAC)
    • Using MOAC in Oracle Order Management
    • Setting Up MOAC
  • Oracle Inventory Setup for Oracle Order Management
    • Receipt to Issue Lifecycle
    • Inventory Organizations
    • Setting Up Locations
    • Inter-organization Shipping Networks
    • Unit of Measure Conversions
    • Order Management Item Attributes
    • Item Relationships
  • Oracle Receivables Setup for Oracle Order Management
    • Overview of Trading Community Architecture
    • Key Customer Related Concepts in TCA
    • Adding Customers in Order Management
    • Defining Payment Terms
    • Defining Territories in Receivables
    • Defining Invoice Sources (Batch Source) – Automatic Transaction Numbering
  • Oracle Order Management Setup Steps
    • Overview of Quick Code or Lookup Types
    • Overview of Transaction Types Window
    • Workflow in Transaction Types
    • Setting up Processing Constraints
    • Defining Defaulting and Item Orderability Rules
    • Setting up Versioning and Audit History
    • Auto-Schedule and Delay Schedule Profile Options
    • Defining Credit Usage Rule Sets
  • Holds, Order Purge, and Exception Management Setup
    • Seeded Holds
    • Generic Holds
    • Specifying Holds Framework
    • Order and Quote Purge
    • Purge Sets
  • Basic Pricing Setup
    • Overview of Pricing in the Order to Cash Process
    • Creating a Price List
    • Secondary Price List
    • Copy Price List
    • Price List Maintenance: Overview
    • Add Items to Price List
    • Implementation Steps: Setting Key Profile Options
  • Overview of Shipping Execution
    • Shipping Execution Flow
    • Delivery and Delivery Lines
    • Trips and Stops
    • Delivery Leg
    • Ship Confirm
  • Shipping Execution Setup
    • Granting Roles To Users
    • Freight Carriers
    • Transit Times
    • Delivery Compliance Screening
    • Running Pick Release
    • Pick Slip Grouping Rule
    • Auto Create Deliveries
    • Release Sales Orders for Picking Window
  • Order Entities and Order Flows
    • Order to Cash Lifecycle with Standard Items
    • Order to Cash Lifecycle with PTO Models and PTO Kits
    • Drop Shipments
    • Drop Shipments Across Ledgers
    • Back-to-Back Orders
    • Managing IR-ISO Changes
    • Sales Agreements
    • Negotiation Agreement

Certification

Oracle E-Business Suite 12 Supply Chain Certified Implementation Specialist: Oracle Order Management
o Recommended additional training programs to achieve this certification
  R12.x Oracle E-Business Suite Essentials for Implementers 

Overview

In this course, participants learn how to set up and use R12.x Oracle Purchasing to manage the purchasing process. They learn how to create and manage items, suppliers, requisitions, purchase orders, request for quotations, quotations, and receipts. They also learn how to apply document security, routing and approval methods, as well as how to automate the order creation process. 

Total Duration : 40 Hours

  • Required Prerequisite
    • Working experience with procurement
    • Thorough knowledge of Oracle Applications
  • Target Audience
    • Functional Implementer
    • Technical Consultant
    • End Users

Course Content

  • Procure To Pay Lifecycle Overview
    • Understanding Procure to Pay Lifecycle
    • Understanding Oracle Procure to Pay Process 
  • Oracle Purchasing Overview
    • Understanding Purchasing Process
    • Requisition to Purchase Order
    • Overview of the Ordering Process
    • The Receiving Process
    • Purchasing Integration 
  • Enterprise Structure – Locations, Organizations, and Items
    • Understanding the Enterprise Structure  
    • Defining Locations  
    • Defining Inventory Organizations  
    • Establishing Inventory Parameters 
    • Creating Units of Measure  
    •  
    • Creating a Purchasing Category 
    • Item Attributes Defining and Maintaining Items  
    • Describing and Using Category Sets 
  • Suppliers
    • Overview of Suppliers 
    • Entering Supplier Information 
    • Defining Supplier Site Information
    •  
    • Managing Suppliers 
    • Running Supplier Reports 
    • Understanding Financial Options
    •  
    • Defining Supplier Profile Options  
  • RFQs and Quotations
    • Request for Quotation Lifecycle
    • Creating and Maintaining Requests for Quotation
    • Creating a Supplier List
    • Understanding Quotations Lifecycle
    • Creating and Maintaining Quotations
    • Sending Notifications
    • efining RFQ and Quotations Profile Options 
  • Approved Supplier Lists and Sourcing Rules
    • Creating Approved Supplier Lists
    • Understanding Supplier Statuses
    • Understanding Supplier-Commodity/Item Attributes
    • Understanding ASL Precedence
    • Defining Sourcing Profile Options for Approvals
  • Requisitions
    • Understanding the Requisition Lifecycle
    • Notifications
    • Requisition Structure
    • Creating and Maintaining Requisitions
    • Supplier Item Catalog
    • Creating Requisition Templates
    • Running Requisition Reports
    • Defining Requisition Profile Options
  • Purchase Orders
    • Understanding Purchase Order Types
    • Purchase Order Components and Record Structure
    • Creating Standard Purchase Orders
    • Creating Contract Purchase Agreements
    • Revising Purchase Orders
    • Maintaining Purchase Orders
    • Identifying Key Reports
    • Creating Global Agreements 
  • Automatic Document Creation
    • Understanding AutoCreate
    • Creating Purchase Documents from Requisitions
    • Modifying Requisition Lines
    • Running the Create Releases Program
    • Understanding the PO Create Documents workflow
  • Receiving
    • Receiving Locations
    • Receipt Routing
    • Receipt Processing Methods
    • Receiving Tolerances
    • Entering Returns and Corrections
    • Overview of Pay on Receipt
  • Running Reports
  • Defining Profile Options 

 

  • Professional Buyer’s Work Center
    • Learning Business Benefits of the Buyer’s Work Center
    • Understanding Requisitions in the Buyer’s Work Center
    • Creating a Purchase Order in the Buyer's Work Center
    • Purchase Agreements in the Buyer’s Work Center
    • Creating a Personalized Requisition View
    • Understanding Implementation Considerations
    • Using Document Styles
    • Creating a Purchase Agreement in the Buyer's Work Center
  • Document Security, Routing and Approval
    • Document Security and Access Levels
    • Document Approval - Jobs and Positions
    • Creating Position Approval Hierarchies
    • Defining Document Security Levels
    • Creating Approval Groups
    • Defining Document Access Levels
    • Using Oracle Workflow for Requisitions and Purchase Order Approvals
    • Running the Fill Employee Hierarchy Process
  • Purchasing Accounting
    • Overview of Purchasing Accounting
    • Closing the PO Period
    • Using foreign currency
    • Purchasing Accounting Implementation Considerations
    • Setup options
    • Accrual Reconciliation Process 
  • Setup Steps
    • Setting Up Document Sequences
    • Setting Up Key Profile Options
    • Setting Up Descriptive Flexfields
    • Defining Purchase Order Matching and Tax Tolerances
    • Defining Approval Groups and Assignments
    • Defining Purchasing Options
    • Setting Up Sourcing Rules and Assignments
    • Performing Additional System Administration
  • Purchasing Administration
    • Maintaining Oracle Purchasing Database Records
    • Using Mass Update on Purchasing Documents
    • Using Purchasing MassCancel
    • Using Mass Close of Purchasing Documents
    • Understanding Purge
    • Running the Purchasing Concurrent Processes

 

Certification

Oracle E-Business Suite 12 Supply Chain Certified Implementation Specialist: Oracle Purchasing
o Recommended additional training programs to achieve this certification
R12.x Oracle E-Business Suite Essentials for Implementers

Overview

Oracle R12.1 E-Business Essentials for Implementers training helps you build a functional foundation for any E-Business Suite Fundamentals course. It's ideal for those who have implemented Oracle E-Business Suite Release 12 or Oracle E-Business Suite 12.1.

Total Duration : 24 hrs (8 hrs per day )

  • Learn To
    • Access and navigate within Oracle Applications using the user interface.
    • Understand major architectural components in R12.1 E-Business Suite.
    • Identify and describe the benefits of R12.1 footprint.
    • Explain the basic concepts of System Administration.
    • Define key and descriptive Flexfields.
    • Recognize the different entities shared between multiple applications.
    • Identify features of Multiple Organizations and Multiple Organization Access Control (MOAC).
  • Course Objectives
    • Navigate within R12.1 Oracle E-Business Suite
    • Understand conceptually the major architectural components of R12.1 Oracle E-Business Suite
    • Describe basic concepts of R12.1 Oracle System Administration
    • Define key and descriptive Flexfields
    • Identify shared entities across R12.1 Oracle E-Business Suite
    • Describe features and benefits of Multiple Organization Access Control (MOAC)
    • Create Oracle Alerts and test a Periodic Alert
    • Learn the key features and benefits of R12.1 Oracle Workflow
    • Understand basic features of Oracle Business Intelligence (OBI) Applications
  • Required Prerequisites
    • Knowledge on basic computers and understanding of database.
  • Target Audience
    • Functional Implementer
    • End Users 
  • Course Content
    • Objectives
    • Course purpose
    • More help about documentation and other resources
    • OU courses
    • Summary
  • Navigating in R12.1 Oracle Applications
    • Logging into and logging off from Oracle Applications
    • Accessing Responsibilities
    • Using forms & menus
    • Data Flow Across Oracle Applications
    •  
    • Entering data using forms
    • Retrieving, Editing and Deleting records
    • Accessing Online Help
    • Running reports and programs
  • Introduction to R12.1 Oracle Applications
    •  Introduction to R12.1 Footprint
    • Benefits of R12.1 Footprint
    •  
    • R12.1 E-Business Suite Architecture
    •  
    • Basic Technical Architecture
    • Overview of Oracle file system and directories
    •  
    • Brief Overview/Introduction about Oracle E-Business Suite Integrated SOA Gateway
  • Fundamentals of System Administration
    • Application Security Overview
    • Function Security
    • Data Security
    • Profile Options
    • Standard request submission (SRS)
  • Fundamentals of Flexfields
    • Basics of Flexfields
    • Define Value sets
    • Define Key Flexfields
    • Define Descriptive Flexfields
    • Planning Decisions
    • Flexfield Enhancements
  • Shared Entities and Integration
    • Shared entities and non-key shared entities
    •  
    • Overview of E-Business Suite business flows and integration
  • Fundamentals of Multiple-Organization and Multiple-Organization Access Control (MOAC)
    • Introduction to Multiple-Organization and Multiple- Organization Access control (MOAC)
    • Types of organizations supported in the Multi-Org model
    • Multiple-Organization Access Control Setup and Process
    • Reporting across entities
    • Key Implementation considerations
  • Fundamentals of Oracle Workflow & Alerts
    • Overview of Workflow
    • Oracle Workflow Home Pages
    • Worklist WebPages
    • Workflow Monitor WebPages
    • Overview of Alerts
    • Difference between Workflow & Alerts
  • Oracle Business Intelligence (OBI) Applications: Overview
    • Oracle BI Applications: Overview
    • Oracle BI Applications: Multisource Analytics
    • Application Integration: Security
    • Application Integration: Action Links
    • Guided Navigation
    • Deployment Options

Overview

This R12.2 Oracle Asset Management Fundamentals training is designed for customers who have implemented Oracle E-Business Suite Release 12 or Oracle E-Business Suite 12.1. Expert Oracle University instructors will help you explore fundamental concepts and implementation considerations of Oracle Asset Management.

Total Duration : 32 hrs (8 hrs per day )

  • Learn To
    • Implement Oracle Assets.
    • Set up asset books.
    • Explain the asset management process.
    • Plan an asset management implementation.
    • Set up mass asset additions.
    • Set up depreciation and tax accounting.
  • Required Prerequisites
    • R12.x Oracle E-Business Suite Essentials for Implementers
  • Course Objectives
    • Describe adjustment transactions and how to use the physical inventory feature
    • Describe the Oracle Assets depreciation process
    • Explain asset retirements and the proper recording of accounting transactions, including running the
    • Calculate Gains and Losses program and reinstatements of retired assets
    • Describe the asset financial information and transaction history inquiry process
    • Describe the key asset management reports and explain the use of the different reporting tools, including Web ADI and XML Publisher
    • Describe the tax accounting process, including creating a tax book, adding assets to the tax book using Initial Mass Copy and Periodic Mass Copy, and adding assets manually
    • Identify the key implementation issues regarding Oracle Asset Management fundamental topics
    • Describe the overall Asset Management process from setup through asset data flow to the General Ledger
    • Describe the Oracle Assets setup steps
    • Describe the three types of asset books – corporate, tax and budget; the setup options; and the use and process flow of the Security by Book feature
    • Explain the Oracle Assets accounting process
    • Identify the key functional areas that are part of Oracle Asset Management
    • Explain how to define asset categories
    • Discuss the requirements for adding assets manually, including the required fields, descriptive details, depreciation rules, and assignments
    • Explain the mass additions process
    • Explain how to add CIP assets manually, via mass additions and through Capital Projects
  • Target Audience
    • Functional Implementer
    • End Users

Course Content

  • Overview of Oracle Asset Management
    • E-Business Suite Integration
    • Implementation Considerations for Oracle Financials
    • Oracle Assets Setup Steps
    • Implementing Oracle Assets
    • Adding Assets Manually
    • Mass Asset Additions
    • Acquire and Build CIP Assets
    • Reconciling Data in Oracle Assets
  • Asset Controls Setup
    • Oracle Assets Setup Steps
    • Setup Steps Flow
    • Setting Up Key Flexfields
    • Location Key Flexfield
    • Creating Key Flexfield Combinations
    • Specifying System Controls
    • Setting Up Asset Calendars
    • Maintaining an Audit Trail
  • Asset Books
    • Asset Books Regions
    • Calendar Region
    • Accounting Rules Region
    • Organizations and Security by Book
    • Security by Book Setup Steps
    • Troubleshooting Security by Book
    • Implementation Considerations for Security by Book
  • Asset Categories
    • Asset Categories Positioning
    • Asset Categories Regions
    • Asset Categories Setup
  • Manual Asset Additions
    • Asset Life Cycle
    • Adding Assets Manually
    • Detailed Asset Additions
    • Asset Cost Terminology
    • Accumulated Depreciation Considerations
    • Manual Asset Additions Journal Entries
    • Group Depreciation
    • Set Up Group Assets
  • Mass Asset Additions
    • Mass Asset Additions Process
    • Using the Mass Additions Interface Table
    • Tracking Expensed Items in Oracle Assets
    • Changing Asset Information
    • Accounting for Cost Adjustments
    • Purge Mass Additions
    • Creating Assets Using Web ADI
  • CIP Asset Additions
    • Adding and Capitalizing a CIP Asset
    • Acquire and Build CIP Assets
    • Automatically Adding CIP Assets to Tax Books
    • Modifying the Cost of CIP Assets
    • Recording a CIP Asset Addition
    • Capitalizing a CIP Asset
    • Reversing a Capitalized Asset
    • CIP Assets and Oracle Projects
  • Asset Adjustments and Maintenance
    • Single Asset Reclassification
    • Mass Reclassification
    • Inheriting Depreciation Rules
    • Choosing to Expense or Amortize Depreciation Adjustments
    • Amortizing Adjustments Using a Retroactive Start Date
    • Asset Revaluation
    • Performing Physical Inventory
    • Physical Inventory Reconciliation
  • Depreciation
    • Elements of Depreciation
    • Depreciation Setup Areas
    • Basic Depreciation Calculation
    • Depreciation Methods
    • Entering Production Information
    • Prorate Conventions
    • Run Depreciation Process
    • Depreciation Forecasts
  • Asset Retirements
    • Tracking Asset Retirements
    • Overview of Retiring an Asset
    • Restrictions on Retirements and Reinstatements
    • Reinstating Retired Assets
    • Retirement Processing Flow
    • Recording Retirements
    • Retirement Reports
    • Calculating Gains and Losses
  • Asset Accounting
    • Setting Up Asset Accounting
    • Oracle Subledger Accounting
    • Assets Journal Entries Flow
    • Reconciling Data in Oracle Assets
    • Generating Reports to Reconcile to the General Ledger
    • Reconciling Asset Cost Accounts
    • Reconciling Mass Additions
  • Asset Inquiry and Reporting
    • Viewing Asset Information Online
    • Types of Asset Inquiries
    • Asset Inquiry Options
    • iAssets Search for Assets
    • iAssets Setup Steps
    • iAssets Setup Steps-Rules
    • iAssets Setup Steps-Profile Options
    • Oracle Assets Reporting
  • Tax Accounting
    • Creating a Tax Book
    • Prerequisites for Setting Up Tax Book Asset Categories
    • Entering Information in Tax Books
    • Updating a Tax Book Manually
    • Tax Book Upload Interface
    • Deferred Depreciation
    • Adjusting Accumulated Depreciation
    • General Tax Reports

Overview

This course will help you maximize accounting process efficiency across the enterprise, while still achieving a high level of information and setup security. It will teach you how Oracle General Ledger integrates with the eBusiness Suite of applications.

Total Duration: 40 Hours (8 hrs per day ) 5 days.

  • Required Prerequisites
    • R12.x Oracle E-Business Suite Essentials for Implementers
    • Having accounting knowledge
  • Target Audience
    • End Users
    • Functional Implementer
    • Project Manager
  • Course Content
    • Oracle General Ledger Process
    • Understanding the General Ledger Functions and Features
    • Analyzing the General Ledger Accounting Cycle
    • Reviewing General Ledger Integration Points
    • Generating Standard Reports and Listings 
    • Ledger
    • Describing the Elements Required to Define Ledgers
    • Identifying Attributes, Options and Settings to Define the Accounting Flexfield
    • Defining an Accounting Calendar 
    • Using Accounting Setup Manager
    • Creating Accounting Setups
    • Creating Accounting Setup Structures
    • Completing Accounting Options
    • Analyzing Reporting Currencies
    • Basic Journal Entries
    • Describing how Journal Entries are Positioned in the Accounting Cycle
    • Identifying Attributes, Options and Settings to Define the Accounting Flexfield
    • Defining an Accounting Calendar
    • Creating Manual Journal Entries
    • Posting Journal Entries
    • Performing Accounting Inquiries
    • Performing Drilldowns to Oracle Sub-ledger applications
    • Creating Reversing Entries
    • Summary Accounts
    • Understanding how Summary Accounts are used in General Ledger
    • Defining Rollup Groups for Creating Summary Accounts
    • Assigning Parent Values to Rollup Groups
    • Entering Summary Account Templates
    • Discussing Implementation Considerations 
    • Advanced Journal Entries
    • Understanding Advanced Journal Entries Functions
    • Understanding the Business Benefits of Advanced Journal Entries
    • Understanding Recurring Journals
    • Understanding Mass Allocation Journals
    • Understanding Auto-Allocations
    • Understanding Journal Scheduling
    • Understanding Journal Approval 
    • Advanced Security
    • Describing Data Access Security for Legal Entities and Ledgers
    • Understanding Management Reporting and Security 
    • Financial Budgeting
    • Understanding Anatomy of a Budget
    • Completing the Budget Accounting Cycle
    • Discussing Budget Entry Methods
    • Uploading Budget Amounts
    • Transferring Budget Amounts
    • Freezing and Unfreezing Budget Amounts 
    • Multi-Currency
    • Defining Foreign Currencies
    • Entering Foreign Currency Journals
    • Revaluing Foreign Currency Balances
    • Translating Balances Into Foreign Currency 
    • Consolidations
    • Identifying Consolidations Across the General Ledger Business Process
    • Understanding Key Implementation Issues Across Consolidations
    • Understanding the Global Consolidation System
    • Defining the Elements of the Consolidation Workbench 
    • Period Close
    • Understanding the Accounting Cycle
    • Understanding Steps in the Close Process
    • Performing Journal Import of Sub-ledger Balances
    • Generating Revaluation
    • Understanding the Closing Period
    • Consolidating Account Balances 
    • Financial Reporting
    • Identifying Financial Reporting Across the General Ledger Business Process
    • Understanding Basic Report Building Concepts
    • Understanding the Financial Statement Generator
    • Generating Financial Reports using the Standard Request Submission Form 
    • Oracle Advanced Global Intercompany System
    • Setting Up Intercompany and Intracompany Balancing
    • Setting Up Advanced Global Intercompany System
    • Setting up Intercompany Security
    • Setting up Approvals Management

Certification

Oracle E-Business Suite 12 Financial Management Certified Implementation Specialist: Oracle General Ledger
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Recommended additional training programs to achieve this certification 
R12.x Oracle E-Business Suite Essentials for Implementers 

Overview

Oracle Payables to manage the accounts payable process. They learn how to create and manage suppliers and supplier bank accounts, process individual and recurring invoices, match invoices to purchase orders or receipts, use multiple distribution methods, and process various types of payments. Other topics included in the course cover how Payables integrates with other Oracle Applications, how to import invoices or employee expense reports, and how to use invoice approval.

Total Duration: 40 hrs (5days)

  • Learn To
    • Manage Suppliers
    • Process Invoices and Payments
    • Generate Key Payables Reports
    • Approve Invoices for Payment
    • Process, Stop, and Void Payments
    • Set Up Bank Accounts
  • Target Audience
    • End Users
    • Project Manager
    • Functional Implementer

Course Content

  • Understanding Managing Suppliers
  • Understanding how to Process Invoices and Payments
  • Generating Key Payabl es Reports
  • Approving Invoices for Payment
  • Process, Stop, and Void Payments
  • Setting Up Bank Accounts
  • Processing Pay Runs
  • Closing Payables Periods
  • View Accounting
  • Procure to Pay Overview
    • Describing the Procure to Pay Process Flow
    • Describing how the Procure to Pay Process Fits Across the eBusiness Suite Applications
  • Payables Overview
    • Overview of Payables Processes
    • Understanding Supplier Entry
    • Understanding Invoice Entry
    • Understanding Payments
    • Analyzing Payables Integration Points
    • Using Payables Open Interfaces to Import Data
  • Suppliers
    • Understanding the Procure to Pay Lifecycle
    • Defining Supplier and Supplier Sites
    • Identifying the Key Reports
    • Understanding Setup Options
    • Analyzing Implementation Considerations
  • Invoices
    • Importing and Entering Invoices and Invoice Distributions
    • Matching Invoices to Purchase Orders
    • Validating Invoices
    • Applying and Releasing Holds
    • Understanding the Invoice Approval Workflow
    • Generating Key Reports
    • Analyzing Setup Options
    • Analyzing Implementation Considerations
  • Payments
    • Describing the Payments Process
    • Setting Up Banks and Bank Accounts
    • Entering Single Payments
    • Processing Multiple Payments
    • Understanding how to Review Payments
    • Understanding how to Adjust Payments
    • Analyze Setting up and Creating Bills Payable
    • Creating, Applying, and Releasing Holds on Prepayments
  • Expense Reports and Credit Cards
    • Describing the Expense Reports Process
    • Understanding how to Enter Expense Report Templates
    • Entering Expense Reports
    • Understanding how to Apply Advances
    • Identifying the Key Expense Reports
    • Understanding how to Set Up Credit Card Programs
  • Period Close
    • Describing the Period Closing Process in Payables
    • Describing the Period Closing Process in Purchasing
    • Reconciling Payables Transactions for the Period
    • Identifying Key Programs and Reports
    • Understanding Setup Options
    • Understanding Implementation Considerations
  • 1099 Reporting
    • Describing How to Enable 1099 Suppliers
    • Entering Invoices for 1099 Suppliers
    • Updating the 1099 Information
    • Understanding the 1099 Setup Options
    • Understanding Implementation Considerations
  • Transaction Taxes in Payables
    • Describing how Transaction Taxes are Calculated
    • Inserting Manual Tax Lines
    • Updating Transaction Tax Lines
    • Viewing Tax Summary and Details
    • Identifying Key Reports
    • Understanding Setup Options
  • Withholding Tax
    • Identifying the Withholding Tax Process
    • Using Withholding Tax Options
    • Processing Manual Withholding Tax Invoices
    • Creating Withholding Tax Invoices
    • Processing Automatic Withholding Tax Invoices
    • Analyzing Standard Key Reports
  • Advances and Progressive Contract Financing
    • Understanding the Purpose of Complex Service Contracts
    • Identifying Advances, Contract Financing, and Progress Payment Invoices
    • Calculating Retainage
    • Recouping Prepaid Amounts for Complex Service Contract

Overview

In this course, you'll learn how to set up and use Oracle Receivables to manage receivables processing. Learn how to manage parties and customer accounts, process invoices using Auto-Invoice, enter and complete invoices and perform other relevant invoice actions.

Total Duration : 32 hrs (8 hrs per day) 4 days.

  • Learn To
    • Understand the Order to Cash Lifecycle.
    • Understand the Oracle Receivables Process.
    • Manage Parties and Customer Accounts.
    • Process Invoices Using Auto-Invoice.
    • Explain Bill Presentment Architecture Processes.
    • Setup Credit Management.
  • Required Prerequisites
    • R12.x Oracle E-Business Suite Essentials for Implementers
    • Thorough knowledge of the overall Oracle Receivables Process
    • Ability to navigate Oracle applications
  • Course Objectives
    • Describe the overall Receivables process
    • Manage parties and customer accounts
    • Describe the Auto-Invoice process
    • Explain bill presentment architecture processes
    • Understand Credit Management
    • Identify credit management processing
    • Understand setup information related to invoicing
    • Describing the receipt process
    • Understand setup information related to receipts
    • Understand the tax accounting process
    • Understand Sub-ledger Accounting as it relates to period closing
    • Understand the overall order to cash process from Order Entry through Bank Reconciliation
    • Understand key areas in the Order to Cash Life Cycle
    • Explain how the Receivables processing is positioned within the Order to Cash Life Cycle 
  • Target Audience
    • Functional Implementer
    • End Users 

Course Content

  • Order to Cash Lifecycle Overview
    • Describing the overall Order to Cash Process from Order Entry through Bank Reconciliation
    • Discussing the key areas in the Order to Cash Life Cycle
    • Describing the integration between the applications
  • Overview of Oracle Receivables Process
    • Explaining where the Receivables processing is positioned within the Order to Cash Life Cycle
    • Describing the overall Receivables Process
    • Discussing the key areas in the Receivables Process
  • Manage Parties and Customer Accounts
    • Defining the Features to Enter and Maintain Party and Customer Account Information
    • Defining the Features to Enter and Maintain Party and Customer Account Information
    • Creating Profile Classes and Assigning them to Customer Accounts
    • Creating and Maintaining 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
  • Process Invoices Using Auto-Invoice
    • Describing the Auto-Invoice Process
    • Using Auto-Invoice
    • Correcting Errors Using Auto-Invoice Exception Handling
  • Process Invoices
    • Describing How Processing Invoices Fits into the Receivables Process
    • Entering and Completing Invoices
    • Correcting Invoices
    • Printing Transactions and Statements
    • Using Event-Based Management
    • Demonstrating Promised Commitment Accounts
  • Bill Presentment Architecture
    • Explaining the Bill Presentment Architecture Processes
    • Registering Data Sources
    • Creating Templates to Present Bills
    • Defining Rules to Assign Templates to Customers
    • Printing BPA Invoices
  • Credit Management
    • Understanding Setup Steps for Credit Management
    • Demonstrating Credit Profile Changes
    • Identifying Credit Management Processing
    • Using Workflow and Lookups
    • Reviewing Credit Management Performance
    • Applying Credit Hierarchy
  • Implement Customer Invoicing
    • Entering Setup Information related to Invoicing
    • Understanding Key Implementation Considerations in Customer Invoicing
  • Receipts
    • Describing the Receipt Process
    • Applying Receipts Using Different Methods
    • Creating Charge-backs, Adjustments, and Claims
    • Using Balancing Segments
    • Applying Non-Manual Receipts
  • Implement Receipts
    • Entering Setup Information for Receipts
    • Discussing the Implementation Considerations
  • Tax Processing
    • Understanding the Tax Accounting Process
    • Understanding Oracle E-Business Tax Setups for Receivables
    • Managing Tax Accounts and Tax Adjustments
  • Period Closing
    • Understanding Sub-ledger Accounting Related to Period Closing
    • Defining Various Actions Required to Close a Period in the Order to Cash E-Business Flow
    • Describing Available Reports Assisting in the Closing Process
    • Explaining How to Run the Revenue Recognition Program and the General Ledger Interface Program
  • Appendix A: Bank Reconciliation
    • Reconciliation Overview
    • Reconciliation Integration
    • Reconciliation: Oracle Receivables and Oracle Payables
    • Reconciliation of Oracle Payroll EFT Payments
    • AutoReconciliation Overview
    • Clearing and Reconciling Transactions in Oracle Payables
    • Clearing and Reconciling Transactions in Oracle Receivables
    • Cash Application Work Queue

Overview

Oracle HRMS enables you to enter and track employees and contingent workers from the day they apply for a job to the day they leave your enterprise. Using Oracle HRMS you can hold, inquire, report, and keep track on a wide range of personal and employment information. This can include medical details, work schedules, preferred language for correspondence and personal contacts, as well as the basic details such as date of birth, employee number, and addresses. This course enables you to identify the different workers in your enterprise and introduces the different ways you can represent your workforce using Oracle HRMS.  

Total duration: 16 Hours

  • Target Audience
    • Support Engineer
    • Functional Implementer
    • Sales Consultants
    • Technical Consultant
    • End Users

Course Content

  • Overview of People Management
    • Understanding people management components
    • Identifying the different workers in your enterprise
    • Defining people
    • Describing person types
    • Describing the key workforce concepts in Oracle HRMS
    • Identifying components of the assignment
    • Using assignments
    • Defining workforce relationships 
  • Introduction to Recording People Information
    • Recognizing the different interfaces for which you can enter and maintain people information
    • Recognizing Self-Service HR capabilities
    • Understanding how to represent your workforce using Oracle HRMS
    • Recording people information
    • Using Windows and Templates
    • Using Employee SSHR
    • Using Manager SSHR 
  • Set Up People Information
    • Defining person types
    • Understanding system and user person types
    • Identifying assignment statuses
    • Defining contract information
    • Defining user assignment statuses
    • Identifying contracts
    • Creating contracts
    • Defining additional information
  • Collective Agreements
    • Identifying collective agreements
    • Defining collective agreements
    • Defining entitlement items
    • Defining derived factors
    • Defining eligibility profiles
    • Using collective agreements
    • Processing collective agreements 
  • Entering People Information
    • Understanding the hiring process
    • Hiring a new person
    • Placing a contingent worker
    • Entering personal information
    • Entering statutory information
    • Entering additional personal information
  • Entering Assignment Information
    • Entering assignment information
    • Entering supervisor Information
    • Entering payroll information
    • Entering information for statutory reports
    • Maintaining multiple assignment
    • Entering contract information
    • Entering contingent worker assignment information
  • Managing People
    • Maintaining personal and assignment information
    • Entering information for additional assignments
    • Changing and ending primary assignments
    • Viewing and updating personal and professional information in SSHR
    • Promoting and transferring a person
    • Describing disability information
    • Maintaining multiple assignments
    • Managing people over time
  • Managing Schedules and Availability
    • HRMS and CAC Integrated Availability Features
    • Managing availability
    • Recording schedule information
    • Defining schedules
    • Defining calendar events 
  • Employee Transfers and Secondments
    • Describing transfers and secondments
    • Deploying proposals
    • Initiating permanent transfers
    • Updating deployment proposals
    • Completing initial setup of employee records
    • Initiating temporary secondments
  • Reporting and Analyzing Workforce Information
    • Using Standard Reports
    • Using Statutory Reports
    • Using Discoverer Reports
    • Using HRMSi Reports
    • Using HRMSi Reports for Daily Business Intelligence 
  • Tracking Tenure Information (U.S. Only)
    • Describing tenure
    • Entering tenure information
    • Tracking and reporting on tenure information
  • U.S. Government Reporting
    • Describing U.S. government-mandated reports
    • Reporting Requirements
    • Reporting Categories and Statuses
  • Terminating
    • Ending assignments
    • Ending secondary assignments
    • Terminating assignments
    • Terminating employment
    • Ending contingent worker placements
  • Reinstating or Rehiring
    • Cancelling terminations
    • Rehiring
    • Understanding Back-to-Back Employment

Course Certification

Oracle E-Business Suite R12 Human Capital Management Certified Implementation Specialist
1

Recommended additional training programs to achieve this certification
R12.x Oracle E-Business Suite Essentials for Implementers R12.x Oracle HRMS Work Structures Fundamentals R12.x Oracle Payroll Fundamentals Configuration (Global) R12.x Oracle Payroll Fundamentals Earnings and Deduction R12.x Oracle Payroll Fundamentals Administration (Global) R12.x Oracle HRMS Self Service Fundamentals

Overview

Oracle R12.1 E-Business Essentials for Implementers is a course that provides a functional foundation for any E-Business Suite Fundamentals course.

Total Duration: 24 Hours

  • Required Prerequisites
    • Knowledge on basic computers and understanding of database.
  • Target Audience
    • Functional Implementer
    • End Users 

Course Content

  • R12.1 Oracle E-Business Essentials for Implementers: Overview 
    • Objectives
    • Course purpose
    • More help about documentation and other resources
    • OU courses
    • Summary
  • Navigating in R12.1 Oracle Applications
    • Logging into and logging off from Oracle Applications
    • Accessing Responsibilities
    • Using forms & menus
    • Data Flow Across Oracle Applications
    •  
    • Entering data using forms
    • Retrieving, Editing and Deleting records
    • Accessing Online Help
    • Running reports and programs
  • Introduction to R12.1 Oracle Applications
    • Introduction to R12.1 Footprint
    • Benefits of R12.1 Footprint
    • R12.1 E-Business Suite Architecture
    •  
    • Basic Technical Architecture
    • Overview of Oracle file system and directories 
    • Brief Overview/Introduction about Oracle E-Business Suite Integrated SOA Gateway
  • Fundamentals of System Administration
    • Application Security Overview
    • Function Security
    • Data Security
    • Profile Options
    • Standard request submission (SRS)
  • Fundamentals of Flexfields
    • Basics of Flexfields
    • Define Value sets
    • Define Key Flexfields
    • Define Descriptive Flexfields
    • Planning Decisions
    • Flexfield Enhancements
  • Shared Entities and Integration
    • Shared entities and non-key shared entities
    • Overview of E-Business Suite business flows and integration
  • Fundamentals of Multiple-Organization and Multiple-Organization Access Control (MOAC)
    • Introduction to Multiple-Organization and Multiple- Organization Access control (MOAC)
    • Types of organizations supported in the Multi-Org model
    • Multiple-Organization Access Control Setup and Process
    • Reporting across entities
    • Key Implementation considerations
  • Fundamentals of Oracle Workflow & Alerts
    • Overview of Workflow
    • Oracle Workflow Home Pages
    • Worklist WebPages
    • Workflow Monitor WebPages
    • Overview of Alerts
    • Difference between Workflow & Alerts
  • Oracle Business Intelligence (OBI) Applications: Overview
    • Oracle BI Applications: Overview
    • Oracle BI Applications: Multisource Analytics
    • Application Integration: Security
    • Application Integration: Action Links
    • Guided Navigation
    • Deployment Options

Certification

Overview

The course covers the tools used with SSHR (Workflow Builder, Personalization Framework, Oracle Approvals Management) and provides information on how to use these tools to configure SSHR to meet your business requirements. In addition, the course covers common SSHR functions and discusses how you can use these functions in your enterprise. 

Total Duration :24 Hours (Daily 8 hrs)

  • Target Audience
    • Functional Implementer
    • Technical Consultant

Course Content

  • Introduction to SSHR
    • Overview
    • Understanding Self-Service Human Resources (SSHR)
    • Understanding Professional User Interfaces versus Self-Service User Interfaces
    • Understanding Integration of SSHR and Professional User Interface
    • Learning about Self-Service Functionality in HRMS
    • Integration of SSHR with a Third-Party Application
    • Learning about Configuration Tools for SSHR
  • Self-Service Basics
    • SSHR Basics
    • Understanding e-Business Suite Architecture
    • Understanding Operation of Web-Based Functions
    • Understanding SSHR Implementation Steps
  • User Access and Security
    • Understanding User Access and Security in SSHR
    • Defining User Access
    • Comparing Employee/Worker and Manager Access
    • Creating Users
    • Associating User with Person
  • User Access to People
    • Understanding User Access to People in SSHR
    • Using Security Profiles
    • Using the Release Information Function
    • Searching for People
    • Using the SSHR My List page
    • Using the Change Manager Function and Hierarchy Page
  • Implementation Steps
    • Understanding SSHR Implementation Steps
    • Preparing Environment for SSHR
    • Configuring HRMS Applications
    • Understanding User Access Setup
    • Configuring Workflow Processes and Page Layouts
  • Configuring SSHR
    • Configuring Menus and Responsibilities
    • Configuring Functions
    • Adding Custom Functions to Menus
    • Adding Custom Functions
    • Adding Custom Functions to Menus
    • Changing the Manager Entry Pages
  • Using the Workflow Builder
    • Working with the Workflow Builder
    • Working with Workflow Item Types
    • Changing Workflow Objects
    • Chaining Workflow Processes
    • Chaining Self-Service Activities
    • Changing a Process Flow
  • Configuring Web Page Layouts
    • Configuring Self-Service Web Pages
    • Understanding Personalization Levels
    • Using the Global Personalize Page Link
    • Adding User Tips and Instructions
    • Personalizing Logos
  • Approvals
    • Understanding Approvals in Oracle SSHR
    • Enabling Dynamic Approvals
    • Working with Approvals
    • Creating an AME Rule
    • Understanding Approvals Routing
    • Understanding Approval Considerations
  • Using SSHR
    • Managing Dates
    • Managing Conflicting Actions
    • Using the Document Manager
    • Setting Up a Generic ID for New Employee Registration
  • Integration with Third-Party Information Providers
    • Integrating SSHR with Third-Party Information Providers
    • Accessing Third-Party Information from the Self -Service Pages
    • Enabling the Info Online Functionality
    • Setting up Links Between Oracle Self-Service HR and Enwisen
  • Advanced Topics
    • Understanding Employee Directory
    • Understanding Responsibility Ownership

Certification

Oracle E-Business Suite R12 Human Capital Management Certified Implementation Specialist
1

Recommended training programs to achieve this certification
R12.x Oracle E-Business Suite Essentials for Implementers R12.x Oracle HRMS Work Structures Fundamentals R12.x Oracle HRMS People Management Fundamentals R12.x Oracle Payroll Fundamentals Configuration (Global) R12.x Oracle Payroll Fundamentals Earnings and Deduction R12.x Oracle Payroll Fundamentals Administration (Global) 

Overview

Oracle HRMS enables you to create the work structure components to represent your enterprise. As a best practice in configuring your work structures, you can use Oracle HRMS Configuration Workbench.

This course enables you to define the common data that your enterprise requires such as the unique structures for job, position, and other business entities. You learn how to represent the different business models of an enterprise, define business groups, organizations, and organization hierarchies. The topics in this course show you how to synchronize the financial reporting structures with the HR reporting structures for budget planning and analysis. You will also be able to define government-reporting structures like reporting categories and assignment statuses to satisfy the requirements for government reports.

Total Duration : 16 Hours

  • Target Audience
    • Support Engineer
    • Functional Implementer
    • Sales Consultants
    • Technical Consultant
    • End Users

Course Content

  • First
    • second
  • Overview of Enterprise Work Structures
    • Explaining the Oracle HRMS information model
    • Indicating the typical types of enterprise
  • Understanding Work Structure Components 1
    • Providing an overview of work structures
    • Explaining how to represent the employer using work structures
    • Explaining business groups and emphasize that they represent legislations in Oracle HRMS
  • Understanding Work Structure Components 2
    • Discussing locations, organizations, jobs, and positions 
  • Understanding Work Structure Components 3
    • Discussing grades, people groups, unions, and representative groups 
  • Setting up Enterprise Work Structures
    • Defining Key Flexfields
    • Explaining key flexfields in Oracle HRMS
    • Identifying the standard features of key flexfields
    • Discussing the points to consider while creating key flexfields 
  • Creating a Business Group
    • Representing your enterprise
    • Discussing the business group and the option of having single and multiple business groups
    • Sharing information across business groups
    • Recording standard information for a business group
  • Creating Locations
    • Providing an overview of locations
    • Defining and deleting locations
  • Creating Organizations
    • Explaining organizations within a business group
    • Creating, classifying, and deleting organizations
    • Entering additional information for organizations
    • Identifying organization manager
    • Creating organization hierarchies 
  • Representing Financial Reporting Structure
    • Providing an overview of representing financial reporting structures
    • Recording costing information
    • Discussing parallel reporting structures (HR and GL) and integration of these parallel reporting structures
    • Automatically create HR organizations based on GL Account Combinations
  • Representing Government Reporting Structures (US)
    • Discussing the reporting requirements
    • Preparing for Government–Mandated HR Reporting
  • Representing Jobs and Positions
    • Explaining using jobs and positions
    • Describing job structures, jobs, and job groups
    • Discussing additional information for jobs and supplementary roles
    • Describing position structures, positions, position control, and position transactions
    • Discussing additional information for positions
    • Changing job and position definitions
  • Position Hierarchies
    • Defining and changing position hierarchies 
  • Mass Move Updates
    • Reorganizing and mass moving positions, assignments, and organizations
  • Understanding Checklists
    • Benefits of using Checklists
    • How Checklists work
    • About Checklist-task performers
    • Setting up Checklists 
  • Setting up Workers Compensation (US)
    • Providing an overview of workers compensation in Oracle HRMS
    • Discussing work classification codes and rates

Certification

Oracle E-Business Suite R12 Human Capital Management Certified Implementation Specialist
1 Recommended additional training programs to achieve this certification
R12.x Oracle E-Business Suite Essentials for Implementers  R12.x Oracle HRMS People Management Fundamentals    R12.x Oracle Payroll Fundamentals Configuration (Global)  R12.x Oracle Payroll Fundamentals Earnings and Deduction   R12.x Oracle Payroll Fundamentals Administration (Global)   R12.x Oracle HRMS Self Service Fundamentals  

Overview

This course covers the principles involved in processing a payroll for your organization. You learn how to run your payrolls using batch processing, and QuickPay using the flexibility of Oracle Payroll. You understand the different phases of the payroll lifecycle, and see how and when to apply different processes to each payroll phase. You gain an understanding of the Payroll model, setting up pre-processing, payroll processing, and post payroll processing.
You learn about making corrections to payroll processes, and which correction method to apply in different situations. The course also introduces you to making adjustments to balances, and other special payroll features. 

Total Duration : 24 Hours

  • Required Prerequisite
    • R12.x Oracle Payroll Fundamentals : Earnings and Deductions
  • Target Audience
    • Support Engineer
    • Functional Implementer
    • Sales Consultants
    • Technical Consultant
    • End Users

Course Content

  • R12.1 Payroll Fundamentals: Administration (Global) - Introduction
    An Introduction to Payroll Administration
    • Overview of Payroll Processing
    • Pay Period Cycle
    • Batch Processing
    • QuickPay
    • Balance Adjustments
    • RetroPay
    • Continuous Calculation
    • Absence Payments
  • Payroll Preprocessing
    • Data Entry
    • Processing Third Party Payments
    • BEE Features
    • Retro Pay
    • Advanced Pay
  • Payroll Processing
    • Processing a Payroll
    • Running a Full Payroll Run
    • Group Processing
    • Payroll Processing and Rollback Sequence
    • Running Payroll in Batch Mode
    • Making Corrections, Rollbacks, Reversals and Retries
    • Consolidation Sets
    • Running QuickPay
  • Payroll Postprocessing
    • Processing Payments
    • Using Cheque Writer/Check Writer
    • Electronic Funds Transfer
    • Viewing Payrolls
    • Voiding Check Payments
    • Costing and Transfer to GL
    • Payroll Processing Reports
    • Wage and Tax Reporting
  • Balance Adjustments
    • Balancing/Reconciling Payrolls
    • Balance Dimensions
    • Predefined Tax Balances
    • Batch Balance Adjustment Interface
    • Payroll Adjustments
    • Creating Adjustment Elements
    • Adjust Balance Window
  • Special Payroll Features
    • Defining and Processing RetroPay
    • Setting Up RetroPay
    • Processing RetroPay
    • RetroPay by Element
    • Continuous Calculation
    • Proration
    • Event Groups
    • Iterative Engine
  • R12.1 Payroll Fundamentals: Administration Summary (Global) Summary
    R12.1 Payroll Fundamentals: Administration (Global) Supplemental Student Practices
    • Practice - Overview of Payroll Processing
    • Practice - Payroll PreProcessing
    • Practice - Payroll Processing
    • Practice - Post Payroll Processing
    • Practice - Balance Adjustments
    • Practice - Special Payroll Features

Certification

Oracle E-Business Suite R12 Human Capital Management Certified Implementation Specialist
1

Recommended additional training programs to achieve this certification
R12.x Oracle E-Business Suite Essentials for Implementers  R12.x Oracle HRMS Work Structures Fundamentals R12.x Oracle HRMS People Management Fundamentals R12.x Oracle Payroll Fundamentals Configuration (Global) R12.x Oracle Payroll Fundamentals Earnings and Deduction R12.x Oracle HRMS Self Service Fundamentals 

Overview

This course provides you a thorough knowledge on setting up payroll earnings and deductions in your organization. You learn about the role of definitions that Oracle Payroll uses to process earnings and deductions. You also learn about the templates and other implementation features available for earnings and deductions in your localization.

The course also deals in detail with payroll balances and how you can write formulas to define payroll balances. You learn about third party payments and how you can set up a deduction and third party payment. You also learn how to initiate, set up, and manage deductions for retirement plans.

Total Duration : 16 Hours

  • Required Prerequisite
    • Basic computing skills and understanding of Oracle Applications
    • Knowledge of common compensation and benefits administration practices
  • Target Audience
    • Functional Implementer
    • End Users
    • Project Manager

Course Content

  • Introduction to Earnings and Deductions
    • Introduction to Payroll Earnings and Deductions 
  • Earnings and Deductions
    • SecoPredefined Earning Types
    • Recording Hours Worked and Not Worked
    • Labor Recording Element
    • Termination Rule for Predefined Earnings
    • Initiating Earnings and Deductions
    • Special Inputs Element
    • Configuring Generated Components
    • Initiating an Earnings Type
  • Deductions
    • Initiating a Deduction
    • Start Rules
    • Stop Rules
    • Amount Rules
    • Managing Arrears
    • Pre-tax Deductions
    • Multiple Pre-tax Deductions
    • Deductions – Balances
  • Element Setup for Payroll
    • Balances
    • Predefined Balance Dimensions
    • Balance Attributes
    • Balance Categories
    • Base Balances
    • Defining Balances Feeds
    • Defining Feeds Using Element Classifications
    • Creating Individual Balance Feeds
  • Batch Element Entry and Linking Elements
    • BEE Process
    • Data Entry Using BEE
    • Entering Batches
    • Entering Batch Lines
    • Batch Control Totals
    • Purging a Batch from BEE
    • Rolling Back Entries Created by a Batch
  • Writing Formulas
    • Types of Formulas
    • Formula Components
    • Using the ROUND Function
    • Aliases
    • Setting Default Values
    • Database Items
    • Defining Formula Results and Processing Rules
  • Controlling the Frequency of Processing an Element
    • Frequency Rules
    • Skip Rule Formulas
    • Skip Rule Formula Example
  • RetroPay
    • RetroPay Process
    • Types of RetroPay
    • Enhanced RetroPay Example
    • Setting Up RetroPay by Element
    • Setting Up Enhanced RetroPay
    • Running Enhanced RetroPay
    • Costing RetroPay Results
    • RetroCosting
  • Net-to-Gross and Proration
    • Creating a Net-to-Gross Earnings Type
    • Net-to-Gross Processing Excluding Balances
    • Proration Setup
    • Rate Type Information
    • Contract Types Table
  • Third-Party Payments
    • Entering Third-Party Payments for an Employee
    • Payee: Organization
    • Payee: Contacts
    • Recording Third-Party Payments for an Employee
    • Managing Deductions
    • Third-Party Processing Priorities
    • Protected Earnings
    • Producing Checks/Cheques for Third-Party Payments
  • Wage Attachments
    • Involuntary Deductions
    • User Defined Wage Attachments
    • Wage Attachment Rules
    • Wage Attachment Fee Administration
  • Savings and Retirement (US)
    • Retirement Savings Plans
    • Deferred Compensation Plans and Tax Sheltered Annuities
    • Pre- and Post-tax Contributions
    • Employer Matching for 401(k), 403(b), and 457
    • Catch-up Provisions
    • Input Values on Catch-up Element
    • Setting Up Deferred Compensation Plans and Tax-sheltered Annuities
  • HR/Payroll Extracts
    • Extract HR/Payroll Data for Reporting
    • Predefined Extracts
    • Configuring HR/Payroll Extracts
    • Using HR/Payroll Extracts
    • Running HR/Payroll Extracts
  • State Retirement System Plans
    • State Retirement System Plans
    • Defined Benefit and Contribution Plans
    • Generated Elements
    • Plan Element and Inputs
    • Grandfathering Options
    • Ten Year Rule
    • State Retirement System Extract
    • Setting Up State Retirement System Plans

Certification

Oracle E-Business Suite R12 Human Capital Management Certified Implementation Specialist
1

Recommended additional training programs to achieve this certification
R12.x Oracle E-Business Suite Essentials for Implementers  R12.x Oracle HRMS Work Structures Fundamentals R12.x Oracle HRMS People Management Fundamentals R12.x Oracle Payroll Fundamentals Configuration (Global) R12.x Oracle Payroll Fundamentals Administration (Global) R12.x Oracle HRMS Self Service Fundamentals

Overview

After completing this class you should be able to explain how payment methods relate to a payroll and then configure the required number of payrolls and payment methods for your employees. You should also be able to maintain taxes such as PAYE and NIC; and maintain payments for tax credits and student loans. 

Total Duration : 16 Hours

  • Target Audience
    • Functional Implementer
    • Technical Consultant
    • End Users

Course Content

  • R12.1 Payroll Configuration - Introduction
    • Objectives
    • Topics
  • Payroll Configuration Fundamentals
    • Paying Your Employees
    • Choosing Single or Multiple Payment Methods
    • Choosing Single or Multiple Currencies
    • Choosing Single or Multiple Payrolls
    • Understanding the Criteria that Define a Payroll
  • Defining Payrolls for Your Organization
    • Understanding Payment Method Types
    • Defining Payment Methods
    • Consolidating Results for Several Payrolls
    • Defining a Payroll
    • Understanding Pay Calendars
    • Entering Further Information for a Payroll
    • Allocating a Payroll Contact
  • Maintaining PAYE and NI
    • PAYE and NI
    • Essential Information for PAYE and NI
    • Sources of Essential Information
    • Entering PAYE and NI Details for an Employee
    • Entering NI Details for a Director
  • Maintaining Other Deductions
    • Maintaining Student Loans
    • Maintaining Tax Credits
  • Costing Overview
    • The Oracle HRMS Costing Solution
    • Cost Distribution in HR
    • Handling Rule-based Costing
    • Managing Exceptions to Costing Rules
  • Processing Costs
    • Overview of Costing and the Payroll Process
    • Costing Processes in Oracle Payroll
    • Making Partial Period Accruals
    • Previewing Cost Allocations
    • Sub-ledger Accounting
    • Running Retro-Costing
    • Costing Your Payments
    • Processing Costs 
  • R12.1 Payroll Configuration Fundamentals - Summary
    • R12.1 Payroll Configuration - Summary

Certification

Oracle E-Business Suite R12 Human Capital Management Certified Implementation Specialist

1

Recommended additional training programs to achieve this certification
R12.x Oracle E-Business Suite Essentials for Implementers  R12.x Oracle HRMS Work Structures Fundamentals R12.x Oracle HRMS People Management Fundamentals R12.x Oracle Payroll Fundamentals Earnings and Deduction R12.x Oracle Payroll Fundamentals Administration (Global) R12.x Oracle HRMS Self Service Fundamentals 

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