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ORACLE ACCOUNTS PAYABLES

New Features in R12 of Oracle Payables

AGENDA
Supplier Related Enhancements Deferred Recoverability Enhanced Asset Tracking Payment Requests Payment Method Controls And Enhanced Payment Information Self Assessed Tax Oracle Payables for Complex Contract Terms Multi-Org Access Control in Payables

AGENDA
Supplier Related Enhancements Deferred Recoverability Enhanced Asset Tracking Payment Requests Payment Method Controls And Enhanced Payment Information Self Assessed Tax Oracle Payables for Complex Contract Terms Multi-Org Access Control in Payables

SUPPLIERS IN THE TRADING COMMUNITY ARCHITECTURE (TCA)

The Trading Community Model:


Is a highly flexible architecture Allows you to model real world entities in your trading community Allows you to accurately represent complex relationships among entities Is the core data model for trading partners used by Oracle E-Business Suite applications

TCA SECURITY BY FUNCTIONAL AREA

PAYMENT BANKS, BRANCHES, AND ACCOUNTS


Bank Accounts are:
Centrally defined Managed and secured Include the legal ownership and operating unit access for each bank account

SUPPLIER BANK ACCOUNTS


Enhancements to supplier bank accounts include:
Removal of some processing restrictions Greater control and security The bank account is tied directly to the trading partner Notification when trying to inactivate a bank account that is associated with unpaid invoices or pay runs that are in process

COLLABORATION WITH SUPPLIERS TO RESOLVE DISPUTES


Disputes are communicated and negotiations can be suggested to the Supplier Suppliers are able to: Accept suggested changes Withdraw their invoice Submit a counter proposal Negotiate online via iSupplier Portal All changes and comments are tracked in Payables

INVOICE REQUESTS
Invoice Requests are:
Invoices entered by Suppliers via iSupplier Portal where a purchase order has not been obtained Are visible in Oracle Payables Are not paid or accounted until the invoice can be verified and approved

IMPLEMENTATION CONSIDERATIONS
End user training for new UI Update supplier information with additional information

AGENDA
Supplier Related Enhancements Deferred Recoverability Enhanced Asset Tracking Payment Requests Payment Method Controls And Enhanced Payment Information Self Assessed Tax Oracle Payables for Complex Contract Terms Multi-Org Access Control in Payables

DEFERRED RECOVERABILITY
Accounting process where tax recovery is reported when the invoice is paid Accrual (and therefore the settlement and/or reporting) of recoverable taxes is delayed due to special tax rules either enforced by the Tax Authority, or allowed with the agreement of the Tax Authority

DEFERRED RECOVERABILITY FEATURES


Accurate reporting and accounting of pending recoverable tax amounts Automatic accrual of recoverable tax amounts upon payment

DEFERRED RECOVERABILITY BENEFITS


Global Readiness Adhere to international tax laws Streamlined Operations, Operational Excellence, and Lower Costs Automatic accrual of recoverable tax amounts obviates need for manual transfers after payment transactions Propensity for manual error is reduced Improved Fiscal Discipline Accounts reflect transactions that have occurred Automated accounting reduces auditing time

DEFERRED RECOVERABILITY PROCESS PART 1: SET UP AND INVOICE

DEFERRED RECOVERABILITY PROCESS PART 2: SET UP AND PAYMENT

SETUP TAXES WITH DEFERRED RECOVERABILITY

IMPLEMENTATION CONSIDERATIONS
Common Module Dependency: E-Business Tax The e-Business Tax engine is responsible for calculating tax amounts applicable to invoices. E-Business Tax configuration qualifies taxes with attributes to meet tax compliance requirements. Common Module Interaction: Subledger Accounting: A general tool to configure accounting entries and provide accounting reports.

AGENDA
Supplier Related Enhancements Deferred Recoverability Enhanced Asset Tracking Payment Requests Payment Method Controls And Enhanced Payment Information Self Assessed Tax Oracle Payables for Complex Contract Terms Multi-Org Access Control in Payables

ENHANCED ASSET TRACKING


Enhanced Asset Tracking Item Description Manufacturer Model Serial Number Warranty Number Enhanced Mass Additions Asset Book Asset Category IPV/ERV distributions

ENHANCED ASSET TRACKING BENEFITS Increased efficiency and reduced costs Asset information typically entered on a purchase order can now flow seamlessly into Payables and Assets. Improved accuracy of information The Create Mass Additions process can now be submitted to select invoice distributions by specific Asset Book.

ENHANCED ASSET TRACKING PROCESS

INVOICE LINES
Invoice Lines: Represent goods or services as lines with distributions tied to each line Facilitates the capture and transfer of pertinent information from Oracle Projects and Oracle Assets Enables line level approval and matching between an invoice line and a purchase order shipment pay item

IMPLEMENTATION CONSIDERATIONS
Do the enhanced asset tracking features require re-evaluation of asset tracking policies?

AGENDA
Supplier Related Enhancements Deferred Recoverability Enhanced Asset Tracking Payment Requests Payment Method Controls And Enhanced Payment Information Self Assessed Tax Oracle Payables for Complex Contract Terms Multi-Org Access Control in Payables

PAYMENT REQUESTS KEY CONCEPTS


Payment Request A request for payment to Oracle Payables without requiring a supplier, purchase order or standard invoice Oracle Loans: Loan Funding Disbursement Oracle Receivables: non-credit card Customer Refund Requests Payee Designated party to which the payment will be made A payee can be a supplier, borrower, or customer

PAYMENT REQUESTS DESCRIPTION

PAYMENT REQUESTS BENEFITS


Benefits for Payables managers
Ensures the Integrity of Supplier Master
Do not complicate Supplier Master with non-supplier payees

Provides Payables transparency


Provides visibility and control over items for payment processing

Benefits for other E-Business Suite products


Leverages the Payables product for all payment needs Leaves the required knowledge base in Payables without complicating your business model or employee structure Provides visibility into the current status

PAYMENT REQUESTS PROCESS

ORACLE RECEIVABLES and REFUND EXAMPLE

FUNDS DISBURSEMENT PROCESS - LOANS

PAYMENT REQUEST and ADDITIONAL PAYABLES ACTIONS

PAYMENT REQUESTS:SYNCHRONIZING BETWEEN PRODUCTS


Payables provides the ability for requesting E-Business Suite products to respond to actions taken on the payment request. These actions include:
Canceling the payment request Voiding the payment

To ensure that the Payment Request details remain the in sync between Payables and the requesting EBusiness Suite product, Payables prevents:
Deletion the Payment Request Update to many fields

PAYMENT REQUESTS REPORTING

PAYMENT REQUESTS OPTIONAL SETUP

PAYMENT REQUESTS MISCELLANEOUS SET UP


Document Sequencing - Payment Request Category Payables and Financial Options

IMPLEMENTATION CONSIDERATIONS
Interactions with: Oracle Payables & Payments Oracle XML Publisher Oracle Approvals Management / Workflow (Optional) Oracle Loans; Oracle Receivables

AGENDA
Supplier Related Enhancements Deferred Recoverability Enhanced Asset Tracking Payment Requests Payment Method Controls And Enhanced Payment Information Self Assessed Tax Oracle Payables for Complex Contract Terms Multi-Org Access Control in Payables

PAYMENT METHOD CONTROLS AND ENHANCED PAYMENT INFORMATION


Enhanced Payment Method Controls Expanded Payment Attribute Availability and Defaulting Configurable Payment Attribute Validation Extensive Format and Reporting Capabilities

KEY CONCEPTS
Document Payable: A document to be paid by the deploying company (Payer) Payee: The person or organization that is being paid Payment Process Request: The process of requesting the payment processing for a group of invoices Payment Instruction: Formatted payment information that is either transmitted to a financial institution for payment or used in-house to print check documents

KEY CONCEPTS
Payment Process Profile: Usage and grouping rules, bank assignments, payment instructions and reporting, and connectivity for electronic filing Oracle Payments: E-Business Suite module leveraged to group invoices into payments, create instructions, and print or Communicate with the bank

KEY CONCEPTS
Payment Method: Document payable attribute that indicates how the payer is going to make the payment The Payment Method, Banking Relationships, and Reporting Requirements drive Payment Method - Based Payment Processing including: Payment attribute validations executed on the invoice to catch errors early Payment attribute validation at payment time based on your processing choices to catch errors before they go out the door Data rich payment instructions and reporting

EVALUATE PAYMENT CHOICES AND REPORTING AND PAYMENT INSTRUCTION REQUIREMENTS

EVALUATE PAYMENT CHOICES AND REPORTING AND PAYMENT INSTRUCTION REQUIREMENTS

EVALUATE PAYMENT CHOICES and REPORTING AND PAYMENT INSTRUCTION REQUIREMENTS

EVALUATE PAYMENT CHOICES and REPORTING AND PAYMENT INSTRUCTION REQUIREMENTS

ENHANCED PAYMENT METHOD CONTROLS DESCRIPTION


Users can create new Payment Methods as needed A Policy can be defined for the Payment Method usage based on:
Oracle Application Legal Entity Operating Unit Transaction Type Foreign or Domestic Currency Foreign or Domestic Location

ENHANCED PAYMENT METHOD CONTROLS BENEFITS


Provide the ability to set up multiple Payment Methods to meet specific business requirements Controlled availability of Payment Methods

ENHANCED PAYMENT METHOD CONTROLS PROCESS ENTER PAYABLES DOCUMENT

ENHANCED PAYMENT METHOD CONTROLS PROCESS ENTER PAYABLES DOCUMENT


Payment Method defaults based on your configuration. The attributes on invoices meet requirements to default the payment method via the Defaulting Rules. The Disbursement System Options allow for the Payee s-default to override. You can define a default payment method for the Supplier Site (for example, Check) If you need to override the default, the List of Values displays the Payment Methods that meet the Usage Rules defined for the Payment Methods.

EXPANDED PAYMENT ATTRIBUTE AVAILABILITY AND DEFAULTING DEFINITION


Payment attributes are items on the document payable that play a role in: Successful payment processing of a document payable Reporting requirements Payee payment and remittance

EXPANDED PAYMENT ATTRIBUTE AVAILABILITY AND DEFAULTING DESCRIPTION


Global Descriptive Flexfields (GDFs) for payment and remittance processing are now available as fields on the invoice Payee Payment Processing Preferences for Defaulting Bills Payable (Promissory Notes, Future Dated Payments) defined for the Payee

EXPANDED PAYMENT ATTRIBUTE AVAILABILITY AND DEFAULTING and BENEFITS


Enhance supplier/payee relationships Minimize data entry Facilitate payees reconciliation of payments and open debts Satisfy reporting requirements

EXPANDED PAYMENT ATTRIBUTE AVAILABILITY AND DEFAULTING and ENTER PAYABLES DOCUMENT

AVAILABILITY AND DEFAULTING - PAYMENT ATTRIBUTES DEFAULTING


For Payables users, the Invoice Workbench is accessed through the folder form technology. The Payment Method, Remit To Bank Account Number and Name, and Remittance Messages are used to default to the Scheduled Payments. Users can enter the Unique Remittance Identifier and Check Digit per invoice and Remittance Messages per scheduled payment.

EXPANDED PAYMENT ATTRIBUTE AVAILABILITY AND DEFAULTING - UI


Quick Invoices: The Quick Invoices UI also has the same capabilities as Payment Attributes defaulting Payment Attributes for Recurring Invoices default under the Payment Tab. The Payment Tab values are transferred to the subsequent invoices that are created.

CONFIGURABLE PAYMENT ATTRIBUTE VALIDATION DESCRIPTION


Enhanced Invoice Entry Validation Configure validation on the Payment Method to meet your business needs Analyze and resolve validation issues upfront at invoiceentry time Enhanced Payment Processing Validation Configure validation on the Payment Format and Payment Process Profile to meet your business needs Payment Manager can analyze and resolve validation exceptions or Automatically remove the Invoices to resolve issues while keeping payment processing streamlined

CONFIGURABLE PAYMENT ATTRIBUTE VALIDATION BENEFITS Increased Payment Process Efficiency - On time Payments Reduce Problem/Resolution Costs Reduce Check Stock Waste Catch Errors before send the file to the bank

CONFIGURABLE PAYMENT ATTRIBUTE VALIDATION INVOICE: SCHEDULED PAYMENT HOLDS


Find and resolve payment related issues upfront during Invoice entry: Payment Method Validation General Tab: Scheduled Payment Holds Scheduled Payments Tab: Hold Details

CONFIGURABLE PAYMENT ATTRIBUTE VALIDATION INVOICE: INVOICE ON HOLD REPORT


The Invoice on Hold report is a tool to identify and analyze all the invoice holds including scheduled payment holds. The Invoices on Hold Report lists: Payment schedule holds for payment method validation Invoice entry status Imported invoice status

CONFIGURABLE PAYMENT ATTRIBUTE VALIDATION PAYMENT: PAYMENT PROCESSING CHOICES


During the payment process, determine what should happen if validation errors occur. Separately, determine how you would like payment level validation issues to be handled. The Payment Template User Interface is used when scheduling Payment Process Requests and can be used when submitting an on demand pay run allowing you to override the template value when you submit.

CONFIGURABLE PAYMENT ATTRIBUTE VALIDATION PAYMENT: PAYMENT PROCESSING CHOICES


The Payables Payment Manager Home Page displays Payment Process Requests that Require Actions, including validation errors The Pending Actions area displays payment process requests with validation errors Based on the Payment Process Request Status, you are directed to the correct UI to manage the action by clicking on the Start Action icon

CONFIGURABLE PAYMENT ATTRIBUTE ALIDATION PAYMENT: PAYMENT PROCESSING CHOICES


Use the Payables Payment Process Requests Tab to display rejected or manually removed scheduled payments (invoices.) In addition, you can: View the last 10 Payment Process Requests, which are automatically displayed
Show Request Details to see payment instruction details Search/ See Current Status Navigate directly to the Action Page if Required Cancel Requests

AVAILABILITY PAYMENT INSTRUCTION FORMATS AND REPORTING - BENEFITS


Reduce Reaction Time to Changing Banking Relationships Flexible, Adaptable Payment Instruction Formats Facilitate Payee s reconciliation of payments and open debts Satisfy Reporting Requirements

AVAILABILITY PAYMENT INSTRUCTION FORMATS AND REPORTING


Access the following setup pages from the Payment Administrator page: XML Publisher Format Templates Formats Payment Process Profiles

PAYMENT INSTRUCTION FORMATS AND REPORTING XML PUBLISHER TEMPLATES


The Payment Instruction Register Template includes the Unique Remittance Identifier To create a different report layout or include different data elements, create your new version Publisher XML Templates and register it via this XML Publisher page

PAYMENT INSTRUCTION FORMATS & REPORTING XML PUBLISHER TEMPLATES

AVAILABILITY PAYMENT INSTRUCTION FORMATS AND REPORTING


The Formats page ties the XML Publisher Template to the Payment Disbursement Remittance Formats and Reports.
There are many types of formats available: Payment Instructions Payment Instruction Accompanying Letter Positive Pay File Regulatory Reporting Payment Instruction Register Separate Remittance Advice, which can later be assigned to the Payment Process Profile

FORMATS & REPORTING PAYMENT PROCESS


Specify Usage Rules: Payment Methods ties the Payment Method to Payment Process Profiles The Payment Process Profile is where you tie in your list of Payment Methods that can use this profile.

FORMATS AND REPORTING PAYMENT PROCESS


Specify Payment Creation Grouping Rules on the Payment Creation tab Optionally Group by Document Payment Attributes The payment attributes on your invoices can be used as grouping rules when building or assembling each payment This may be required to meet your bank s format needs or for your reports

FORMATS & REPORTING PAYMENT PROCESS


Use the Payment Process Profiles screen to specify Payment Instruction Grouping Rules, including by Payment Attributes such as: Payment Reason Bills Payable Payment Methods

FORMATS AND REPORTING PAYMENT PROCESS


The Payment Instruction Format is assigned on the Payment Instruction Format tab You can assign: The Payment Instruction Accompanying Letter format

FORMATS & REPORTING PAYMENT PROCESS


Use the Reporting Tab to assign the formats for the: Payment Instruction Register Positive Pay File Separate Remittance Advice

SETUP PAYMENT METHOD CONTROLS AND ENHANCED PAYMENT


Configurable Payment Attribute Validation View available validations Payment methods Payment process format Payment process profile Expanded Payment Method Instruction formats and reporting Controls Defaulting

CONFIGURABLE PAYMENT ATTRIBUTE VALIDATION SETUP View Validations Payment Method Payment Instruction Format Payment Process Profile

CONFIGURABLE PAYMENT ATTRIBUTE VALIDATION SETUP CONSIDERATION


When determining how to configure Payment Attribute Validation, consider the Three Models: One Method, One Payment Process Profile (one Payment Instruction Format and one set of reports) One Method, Many Payment Process Profiles (each with one Payment Instruction Format and one set of reports) Many Methods, One Payment Process Profile (one Payment Instruction Format and one set of reports)

CONFIGURABLE PAYMENT ATTRIBUTE VALIDATION SETUP: VIEW AVAILABLE VALIDATIONS


Validations can be assigned to Payment Methods and Payment Instruction Formats. Validation Points indicate when the validation can occur and controls the list of values on Payment Methods and Formats. Validation Points are: Document Payment Payment Instruction

CONFIGURABLE PAYMENT ATTRIBUTE VALIDATION SETUP PAYMENT METHODS


Direct Deposit Payment Method In the validations area, assign pre- defined validations or configure your own. When configuring your own validations, choose a Field Name from the list of values. Based on the field name, assign a validation name. For example, you can specify that the Payee s bank account is required and can be only integers and that a Payment Reason is required.

CONFIGURABLE PAYMENT ATTRIBUTE VALIDATION SETUP: PAYMENT PROCESS FORMAT


Payment Instruction Formats:
Pre-defined Validations for your use User-defined Validations provide flexibility Optionally Use User-defined Validations to Supplement Pre-defined Validations

CONFIGURABLE PAYMENT ATTRIBUTE VALIDATION SETUP: PAYMENT PROCESS PROFILE


Payment Process Profiles include:
The type of processing (electronic or in-house printing) Use controls based on a list of payment methods, bank accounts, first party legal entities, and currencies Payment Method Payment instruction and reporting formats Payment system configuration Payment creation rules

AVAILABILITY PAYMENT INSTRUCTION FORMATS AND REPORTING SETUP


Use Out of the Box Payment Instruction Formats and Reports or Configure XML Templates Assign to your Payment Process Profiles

ENHANCED PAYMENT METHOD CONTROLS SETUP


Define Payment Methods Define Payment Method Defaulting Rules Specify Payment Method defaulting mechanism Assign Payment Methods to the Payee

EXPANDED PAYMENT ATTRIBUTE AVAILABILITY AND DEFAULTING - SETUP


Define Delivery Channels, Payment Reasons, and Bank Instruction Codes Define Payee Payment Attributes Tailor Invoice Entry UI with Oracle Folder Forms

IMPLEMENTATION CONSIDERATIONS
Oracle Payables & Payments XML Publisher

AGENDA
Supplier Related Enhancements Deferred Recoverability Enhanced Asset Tracking Payment Requests Payment Method Controls And Enhanced Payment Information Self Assessed Tax Oracle Payables for Complex Contract Terms Multi-Org Access Control in Payables

SELF ASSESSED TAX DESCRIPTION


Self assessed taxes are taxes which need to be reported but are not a liability to the supplier The purchaser is responsible for calculating and remitting the tax

SELF ASSESSED TAX FEATURES


Predefined or manual determination of Self Assessed Tax Determine recoverable & non-recoverable portions of self assessed tax amounts Reporting and accounting for Self Assessed Tax amounts Reporting and accounting for Self Assessed Tax Liabilities

SELF ASSESSED TAX BENEFITS


Improved Fiscal Discipline Maintain an audit trail for the tax amounts and the invoices they tie to More granular and accurate accounting Improved Operational Excellence Reduced propensity for human error

SELF ASSESSED TAX PREDETERMINED PROCESS

SELF ASSESSED TAX PROCESS 1. REDETERMINED


Set up Invoice Tax calculation Accounting Reporting

SELF ASSESSED TAX: PREDETERMINED PROCESS and INVOICE ENTRY


Use the Payables Invoice Workbench to enter invoice header and lines information Many tax drivers default onto the transaction, however, Payables users can also update or enter these values The lines region displays some of the new columns added to help derive tax, including:
Ship To location Product Type Primary Intended Use Business Category Product Fiscal Classification

SELF ASSESSED TAX: PREDETERMINED PROCESS and CALCULATE TAX


To view the calculated tax, click the Calculate Tax button on the Lines tab The E-Business Tax Service engine calculates tax based on its configuration, including determining if the tax should be self assessed

SELF ASSESSED TAX: PREDETERMINED PROCESS and CALCULATE TAX EXAMPLE

SELF ASSESSED TAX: PREDETERMINED PROCESS and CALCULATE TAX


On the Lines tab, you can click the Tax Details button to view tax details such as:
Tax Regime Code Tax Jurisdiction Tax Status Rate Name Rate Tax Amount Whether the tax is self assessed

SELF ASSESSED TAX PROCESS and ACCOUNT


After validating and accounting the invoice, view the accounting by choosing Reports View Accounting from the menu bar Personalize the View to meet your needs Leverage Sub ledger Accounting to tailor journal & journal line descriptions and account derivation rules

SELF ASSESSED TAX PROCESS and ACCOUNT


You can customize what is displayed on the Sub ledger Journal Entry Lines page You can also configure Sub ledger Accounting for account derivation and journal & journal line descriptions Self assessed rows are not shown in the Invoice Workbench Distributions Window because they are not represented on the supplier s invoice

SELF ASSESSED TAX SETUP REPORTING CHOICES


Subledger Accounting Provides reports for your accounting activity Reports use XML Publisher, giving you the flexibility to configure the layout and report type at any time Reports include: Account Analysis Report Open Account Balance Listing report Gives you flexibility to configure: XML Publisher Report Layout XML Publisher Report Type

SELF ASSESSED TAX SETUP REPORTING CHOICES


To create a definition for the Open Account Balance Listing report , navigate to the Setup and Sub ledger Accounting and Open Accounting Balances Listing Definitions You can optionally create a definition for yourself assessed tax liability account You have the flexibility to configure Open Account Balances Listing: Report Definition

SELF ASSESSED TAX PROCESS and REPORT

SELF ASSESSED TAX MANUAL DETERMINATION PROCESS

SELF ASSESSED TAX. MANUAL DETERMINATION PROCESS AND INVOICE ENTRY

SELF ASSESSED TAX. MANUAL DETERMINATION PROCESS AND CALCULATE TAX

SELF ASSESSED TAX. MANUAL DETERMINATION PROCESS AND CALCULATE TAX EXAMPLES

SELF ASSESSED TAX. MANUAL DETERMINATION PROCESS AND CALCULATE TAX EXAMPLES

SETUP SELF ASSESSED TAX


First Party Tax Supplier Party Tax

Self Assessed Tax : Predetermined Setup First Party and Party Tax Profile

Self Assessed Tax : Predetermined Setup First Party and Party Tax Profile

Self Assessed Tax : Predetermined Setup Supplier Party and Party Tax Profile

IMPLEMENTATION CONSIDERATION

AGENDA
Supplier Related Enhancements Deferred Recoverability Enhanced Asset Tracking Payment Requests Payment Method Controls And Enhanced Payment Information Self Assessed Tax Oracle Payables for Complex Contract Terms Multi-Org Access Control in Payables

ORACLE PAYABLES FOR COMPLEX CONTRACT TERMS

ORACLE PAYABLES FOR COMPLEX CONTRACT TERMS BENEFITS

COMPLEX CONTRACT TERMS KEY CONCEPTS

COMPLEX CONTRACT TERMS KEY CONCEPTS

ORACLE PROCEUREMENT TO PAYABLES HIGH LEVEL BUSINESS FLOWS

ORACLE PROCEUREMENT TO PAYABLES HIGH LEVEL BUSINESS FLOWS

ORACLE PROCEUREMENT TO PAYABLES HIGH LEVEL BUSINESS FLOWS

ORACLE PROCEUREMENT TO PAYABLES HIGH LEVEL BUSINESS FLOWS

ORACLE PROCEUREMENT TO PAYABLES HIGH LEVEL BUSINESS FLOWS

ORACLE PROCEUREMENT TO PAYABLES HIGH LEVEL BUSINESS FLOWS

INTEGRATED PRODUCT HIGH LEVEL BUSINESS FLOWS

Oracle E Business Tax SETUP : Tax Configuration

Business Flow Payables Distinction

Contract Delivery Invoicing

Invoice Work Bench Contract Delivery Invoices

Oracle Payables Ensure Billing Compliance

ORACLE PAYABLES TOLELARANCE AND HOLDS

ORACLE PAYABLES TOLELARANCE AND HOLDS

ORACLE PAYABLES HOLD NOTIFICATION OPTIONS

ORACLE PAYABLES FOR COMPLEX CONTRACT TERMS BENEFITS

ORACLE PROCURMENT TO PAYABLES SETUP OVERVIEW

ORACLE PROCURMENT SETUP

PAYABLES SETUP FINANCIAL OPTIONS

PAYABLES SETUP PAYABLES OPTIONS

PAYABLES SETUP INVOICE TOLERANCE

SHARED SETUP: SUPPLIER TERMS AND CONTROLS

ORACLE APPROVAL MANAGEMENT SETUP APPROVAL RULES

ORACLE EBUSINESS TAX SETUP : TAX CONFUGURATION

PREPAYMENT TAX CONFIGURATION EXAMPLES

IMPLEMENTATION CONSIDERATION

AGENDA
Supplier Related Enhancements Deferred Recoverability Enhanced Asset Tracking Payment Requests Payment Method Controls And Enhanced Payment Information Self Assessed Tax Oracle Payables for Complex Contract Terms Multi-Org Access Control in Payables

MULTI ORG ACCESS CONTROL IN PAYABLES DESCRIPTIONS

MULTI ORG ACCESS CONTROL IN PAYABLES DESCRIPTIONS

MULTI ORG ACCESS CONTROL IN PAYABLES BENEFITS

MULTI ORG ACCESS CONTROL PROCESS

MULTI ORG ACCESS CONTROL PROCESS AND INVOICE ENTRY

MULTI ORG ACCESS CONTROL PROCESS, PAYMENT TEMPLATES

MULTI ORG ACCESS CONTROL PROCESS, CONTROLLING PAYABLES PERIODS

MULTI ORG ACCESS CONTROL PROCESS SUBMITTING CONCURRENT REQUESTS

MULTI ORG ACCESS CONTROL PROCESS, SUBMITTING STANDARD REPORTS

MULTI ORG ACCESS CONTROL PROCESS, OPEN ACCOUNT BALANCE LISITING REPORTS

MULTI ORG ACCESS CONTROL SETUP

MULTI ORG ACCESS CONTROL PAYABLES SETUP

IMPLEMENTATION CONSIDERATION
Integration with Procurement product may require setup and use

SUMMARY