Oracle R12 Financials - Applications Overview

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Description:
Oracle Financials is the family name for an integrated group of applications that support the management of the financial accounting functions of a business. This training programme has been designed to introduce new users of the application to the functionality and integration of the core modules including General Ledger, Purchasing, Payables, Accounts Receivables, and Cash Management to provide hands-on experience of its application and use. Following attendance of this course delegates will have the knowledge to analyze, assess and evaluate the features of R12, including the ability to harness and use them effectively within your organisation.
Prerequisites:
PC Fundamentals
Experience of Financial Systems or Familarity of Accounting Processes
Navigation:
Responsibilities and Security
Rules
Navigator Window:
Oracle Window Features and
Terminology
General Windows features and
terminology
Specific Oracle forms features
and terminology
Navigator
Flexfields
Understand the icons
Use keyboard shortcuts
Enter data:
A short List of Values
A long List of Values
A date field
Find data:
Use Find
Use Query
Run Single Requests:
Submit a new request
Create and Run Request Sets:
Define a new request set
Attachments
Use attachments
Folders:
Create your own Folder
Create a new folder
Sort Data
Understanding the E-Business Suite:
Introduction
Key Business Flows and integration Points between Products in the R12 E-Business Suite
The Procure to Pay Business Flow:
Procure to Pay Process Flow
Oracle Purchasing Integration
Procure to Pay Lifecycle
iProcurement:
Introduction
Requisitions
Shopping Cart
Catalogue Requests
Non Catalogue Requests
Checkout
Receiving Goods
Purchasing:
Enter/Update Suppliers
Professional Buyer’s Work Center
Purchase Orders
Document Attachments
Receiving
Accounts Payable:
Introduction
Invoices
Invoice Payments
Payables Transfer to GL
iExpenses Overview
The Order to Cash Business Flow:
Key Areas in the Order to Cash Cycle
Receivables:
Introduction
Enter/Update Customers
Invoices
Receipts
Collections
AR Transfer to GL
Cash Management:
Introduction
Bank Accounts
Reconciliation
General Ledger:
Introduction
Accounting Cycle
Integration Diagram
Journal Entries
Account Enquires
Reporting