Oracle eBusiness Financials Training

(Duration: 40 hours)

Accounts Payable (AP)
Introduction to Oracle eBusiness Suite AP Module Understand the AP transaction flow process: Mastering AP business tasks: • Overview of the AP business cycle • Overview of the AP screens • Overview of Customizing AP and using flexfields • Interfacing to General Ledger (GL) Supplier tasks in Oracle Financials AP: • Entering and managing supplier information • Create profile classes for supplier groups • Reporting on supplier payment status • Processing receipts for time period prior to the current cycle Managing payments in Oracle Financials AP: • Merging of supplier and invoicing data • Identifying past-due payments • Track AP payments • Processing invoice returns • Processing and tracking expense reports • Setting up recurring payments • Accounting for tax in accounts payable Invoice Management in Oracle Financials AP: • Processing due date calculations

• Invoice management • Copying invoices • Invoice management (invoice returns) • Processing the following transactions: Interfund; automatic offsets; and encumbrances • Overview of reporting within AP • Introduction to the Prompt Payment Act • Overview of the Prompt Payment report

Reporting with Oracle AP: • Using DBI with AP. • Using Oracle Reports • Running and customizing standard reports • Use online inquiry windows, reconcile receipts and accounts • Transfer transactions to the General Ledger • Complete the account payables cycle. • Interfaces to GL and other FI components

Accounts Receivables (AR)
Introduction to Oracle eBusiness Suite AR Module Understand the AR transaction flow process: Mastering AR business tasks: • Overview of the AR business cycle • Overview of the AT screens • Customizing AR and using flexfields • Interfacing to general ledger (GL) and posting to subsidiary ledgers Customer tasks in Oracle Financials AR: • Entering and managing customer information • Create profile classes for customer groups • Reporting on customer account status Managing collections in Oracle Financials AR: • Identifying past-due customer accounts • Create past-due and dunning letters • Track AR collections activities

• Writing-off bad debt • Using netting procedures Invoice Management in Oracle Financials AR: • Using the merge function • Invoice management • Copying invoices • Recording contractual details (entering commitments) • Creating receipts (manual and automatic receipts) • Receipt management (reversing receipts and re-applying receipts) • Reporting within AR • Using the AR lockbox feature for importing Reporting with Oracle AR: • Reconciling receipts with customer accounts • Using Oracle Reports • Running and customizing standard reports • use online inquiry windows, reconcile receipts and accounts • transfer transactions to the General Ledger • complete the receivables cycle. • Interfaces to GL and subsidiary GL components

General Ledger (AR)
Introduction to Oracle Set of Books
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Set of books creation Components of Oracle set of books and their use

Introduction to Journal Entries

Components of Journal Entries

Journal Entry Use
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The Applications Desktop Integrator Journal Wizard Journal entry actions GL_INTERFACE use Journal Reports

Intercompany and Global Intercompany System (GIS) use and implementation

Intercompany and Global Intercompany System use and implementation

Multi-Currency and GL actions

Multi-Currency actions and functions

Budgeting - inquiries and use
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Budget and budget organizations creation and definitions The Applications Desktop Integrator Budget Wizard Reports and listings

Oracle General Ledger Consolidations
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The consolidation workbench Global Consolidation System (GCS) features

Applications Desktop Integrator use

Applications Desktop Integrator

Financial Reporting Use
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FSG report definitions and components The ADI report wizard

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