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Account Receiva

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Posted Tue, 08/04/2009 - 11:20 by Anonymous

Collections helps you to review and better service your customer accounts using the Oracle Receivables collections workbench.
You can use this workbench to review internal collections policies, which customer accounts have outstanding balances, and di
developing business trends. This chapter also tells you how to create dunning letters, calculate finance charges, and print statements
using Oracle Receivables.

assigned to the bill must share the same functional exchange rate. The bill inherits the exchange rate from the
transactions assigned to it when you complete the bill. If you want to assign transactions with a different cur
uncheck any transactions already assigned to the bill and enter the new currency in the Currency field.

you to review and better service your customer accounts using the Oracle Receivables collections workbench.
You can use this workbench to review internal collections policies, which customer accounts have outstanding balances, and di
ness trends. This chapter also tells you how to create dunning letters, calculate finance charges, and print statements

assigned to the bill must share the same functional exchange rate. The bill inherits the exchange rate from the
transactions assigned to it when you complete the bill. If you want to assign transactions with a different currency, you must
uncheck any transactions already assigned to the bill and enter the new currency in the Currency field.

you to review and better service your customer accounts using the Oracle Receivables collections workbench.
You can use this workbench to review internal collections policies, which customer accounts have outstanding balances, and discover
ness trends. This chapter also tells you how to create dunning letters, calculate finance charges, and print statements

Customer Accounts
Viewing Account Balances by Aging Bucket
Account Overview
• Account Details
Credit Holds
• Customer Calls
Customer Correspondence

Customer Accounts
Posted Tue, 08/04/2009 - 13:15 by Anonymous
Receivables lets you view customer account information in a variety of ways. You can view the total amount overdue for a
customer or customers in the Account Summary window. You can view all transactions that are past due for a specifi
in the Account Details window.
The Customer Accounts window displays a customer’s credit limit and available credit if you set Display Currency to Yes in th
Find Customer Accounts window. Receivables displays a customer’s current account balanc
the most recent exchange rate.
Suggestion: To automatically display receipts at risk and include them when calculating a customer’s past due balance,
set the profile option AR: Include Receipts at Risk in Customer Balan
receipts at risk by choosing Include Receipts at Risk in Customer Balance from the Tools menu and then re
query.

13:15 by Anonymous

Receivables lets you view customer account information in a variety of ways. You can view the total amount overdue for a
customer or customers in the Account Summary window. You can view all transactions that are past due for a specifi

The Customer Accounts window displays a customer’s credit limit and available credit if you set Display Currency to Yes in th
Find Customer Accounts window. Receivables displays a customer’s current account balances in your functional currency using

To automatically display receipts at risk and include them when calculating a customer’s past due balance,
AR: Include Receipts at Risk in Customer Balance to Yes. If this profile option is set to No, you can include
receipts at risk by choosing Include Receipts at Risk in Customer Balance from the Tools menu and then re

Receivables lets you view customer account information in a variety of ways. You can view the total amount overdue for a
customer or customers in the Account Summary window. You can view all transactions that are past due for a specific customer

The Customer Accounts window displays a customer’s credit limit and available credit if you set Display Currency to Yes in the
es in your functional currency using

To automatically display receipts at risk and include them when calculating a customer’s past due balance,
. If this profile option is set to No, you can include
receipts at risk by choosing Include Receipts at Risk in Customer Balance from the Tools menu and then re–executing your

Account Status: A user defined code to indicate a customer’s c
account status. You can define additional account status values in the Receivables Lookups window.
Average Days Late: The average number of days late for receipts by customer and currency. Receivables calculates this value
using the following formula:
Average Days Late = Sum (Days Late) / Total Number of Receipts
DSO: Days Sales Outstanding. Receivables calculates this amount using the following formula:
DSO = (Total Outstanding Receivables / Total Sales Amount for Prior DSO Days) * DSO Days
You specify a default value for your days sales outstanding calculation (DSO Days) in the System Options window.
Past Due Transactions: The number of past due transactions for this customer.
Receipts At Risk: The amount of receipts for this customer that have
been risk eliminated.
Risk Code: A user defined code to indicate this customer’s credit risk. You can define additional risk code values in the
Receivables Lookups window.

Viewing Account Balances by Aging Bucket
Posted Tue, 08/04/2009 - 15:57 by Anonymous

A user defined code to indicate a customer’s current
account status. You can define additional account status values in the Receivables Lookups window.
The average number of days late for receipts by customer and currency. Receivables calculates this value

Average Days Late = Sum (Days Late) / Total Number of Receipts
Days Sales Outstanding. Receivables calculates this amount using the following formula:
DSO = (Total Outstanding Receivables / Total Sales Amount for Prior DSO Days) * DSO Days
specify a default value for your days sales outstanding calculation (DSO Days) in the System Options window.
The number of past due transactions for this customer.
The amount of receipts for this customer that have not yet cleared the bank and factored receipts that have not

A user defined code to indicate this customer’s credit risk. You can define additional risk code values in the

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