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Oracle Apps R12 Summary Course Content
Payables (AP)
Receivables (AR)
General Ledger (GL)
Fixed Assets (FA)
Cash Management (CE)
Multi Org Access Control (MOAC)
Sub Ledger Accounting (SLA)
R12 Detailed Course Content:
Basic Concepts of R12
Architectural Overview – System Administration
UI Navigation changes in R12 Vs 11i
Flex fields
Access and Controls
Functional overview of Products
Concepts of LE/OU/Chart of Accounts
Differences between R11 Vs 11i-sneek peek review
Creation of Users and assignment of Responsibilities
Profile Options and security controls

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  • Credit Management can be explained in 4 business flow areas: the Credit Application, the Credit Analysis, Performance and Policy Management. In Credit Policy Management, we use a unique matrix approach to defining Credit policies, based upon the assignment of the customer’s credit classification or risk assessment, coupled with the type of review being conducted. Based upon the intersection of these two dimensions, we guide credit personnel through the review process by defining via a checklist, what data will be gathered from the database, what data is required on the credit application and in the credit review case folder and what types of recommendations are possible. <br /> The credit application flow enables personnel to submit credit application information on behalf of a customer or prospect. There are also business events that would drive the initiation of a credit review, such as an order being placed on credit hold or an externally defined user event. <br /> Within the credit analysis and decision flow, the case folder is the central repository for all data, analyst notes, calculated credit scores and recommendations for the credit review. Because Credit Management is a cross-org application, data displayed in the case folder for a credit review can show transactions counts and amounts for all organizations. Also, because Credit Mgmt utilizes the TCA Relationship Manager hierarchy, the data in a credit review for a corporate headquarters, which might consist of multiple parties and accounts beneath it, can be consolidated and calculated at the top party level or any level in the hierarchy. <br /> Throughout the credit application and analysis flows, access to Dun & Bradstreet information is seamless. If you are creating an application for a prospect where no historical AR data exists, you must rely on credit agency or user-entered data. Credit Management not only allows you to seamlessly purchase D&B data in the credit management windows, but also automatically creates the organization for you in the Customer tables. <br /> Credit Management plays a key role in the revenue and risk management of the user organization. The assignment of a credit classification to a customer identifies which revenue recognition rules are applied, since these rules are based upon the potential collectibility of the customer. This feature is a new feature in Financials Family Pack D. <br />
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  • Online policy, per diem and mileage: Embedded business rules allow customers to enforce and monitor expense reimbursement policies. <br /> Global: Subset is to manage global and statutory requirements <br /> Audit: The new expense audit module is a key competitive differentiator. It streamlines the audit process and highlights expense reports that require special attention. <br /> Management and reporting: Another new module. It allows managers and cost center owners to analyze T&E spend and trends in spending. <br />
  • Audit Management: Auditors have web-based tool to efficiently audit expense reports. Tools include access to all expenses data, can quickly see policy violations and magnitude of violations. <br /> Audit Automation: Define audit rules, audit list rule sets, and place expense reports in audit queues. Audit rules used to such things as random percentage of expense reports for audit, select all expense reports with policy violations. Audit list rule sets define whether employee expense reports always audited. <br /> Audit Queue Balancing: Managers can re-allocate workloads for example if an auditor is on vacation or sick. <br />
  • Improve efficiencies: Decisions can be made quicker and more intelligently with better information <br /> Employee satisfaction: Since approval decision-making is improved, employees can get reimbursed faster <br /> Comply with regulations: <br />
  • Previous Day Reporting Message <br /> Delivered from Bank to Oracle E-business Suite <br /> Optional XML message <br /> Provides previous day bank statement information to customer <br /> Bank delivers prescheduled PDR XML Message <br /> Delivered from Bank to Oracle E-Business Suite <br /> Optional XML Message <br /> Provides previous day bank statement information to customer <br /> Oracle receives and processes the PDR Message <br /> Uploads to the Bank Statement Open Interface Tables <br />
  • expenditures of a capital nature are generally not deductible from income in the year they are incurred. Instead, most capital expenditures are deducted over several years. <br />
  • What is BPA? BPA is a new feature that allows you to retrieve billing data from multiple data sources for presentment on a bill. This means that the physically presented bill is no longer limited to information contained within Oracle Receivables. <br /> BPA provides template-based configuration of online bills, giving you the ability to select the content of the bill, choose the layout design, incorporate drilldown and grouping of billing lines, and then set up the assignment of these bill templates. <br />
  • This is the main design page of Template Management. You can see from the train at the top of the page, that the creation of a template consists of 4 major steps. Here we are looking at the second step – the Primary Page design. This is essentially the primary page of the bill template. Here you can create content areas, add content items, update properties of the content areas and the content items within them, move and duplicate content areas to other areas, or swap with other areas. There are quite a few things you can accomplish on this page. You can see it’s also very visual, so you can see what your bill looks like while you’re designing it. <br />
  • Many companies will use accountants or hire temporary help to enter asset movement transactions. <br /> Push that function to managers who have an interest in assuring accurate data: Ownership, location, and expense control. <br /> Eliminate manual approvals: paper, email, or phone. Can require releasing and receiving approvals. <br /> Example: Franchises, retail stores, bank branches, etc. As locations open, close, merge, etc. this will allow the responsible managers, who know the equipment to <br /> Self service allows you to decrease costs, improve transparency and increase accuracy/timeliness.  Or to tie it directly back to our Financials positioning 1) Streamline Business Processes and 2) Enable the Real-time Enterprise <br /> Organizations are looking to make more transaction flows self-serve.  Cost centers are &apos;charged&apos; depreciation for those assets associated with that cost center, depreciation can be an expense that cost center managers choose to manage/review on an ongoing basis, the self-service transactions give them the ability to easily identify, transfer, etc assets that are associated with their cost centers/organizations. <br />

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  • Copyright © Oracle Corporation ® Oracle Applications 11i R12 Administration v4 Online | classroom| Corporate Training | certifications | placements| support CONTACT US: MAGNIFIC TRAINING INDIA +91-9052666559 USA : +1-678-693-3475 info@magnifictraining.com www.magnifictraining.com
  • Copyright © Oracle Corporation ® Evolution of Oracle Finance …New with 11i.9…Capabilities thru 11.5.8… • Industry leading general ledger performance & scalability • Online supplier invoice submission • Collections transaction & relationship scoring • Online dispute & payment management • Trade / deductions mgmt • Treasury and risk mgmt • Property / real estate mgmt • Unified customer model • Customer data quality management tools • Self service access to 360 degree view of customers …Coming in 11i.10 • Internal audit: enterprise risk management • Credit management • Event-based revenue management • Configurable collections strategy management • Expense policy compliance & expense report auditing tool • XML invoicing for payables and receivables • Global group depreciation • Real estate space planning • Global lease management • Automated month-to-month & holdover lease creation • Enterprise planning & budgeting • Audit operations management • Compliance & certification mgmt • Segregation of duties capabilities • Financial web services • XBRL financial reporting • Cash positioning & forecasting • Enhanced credit card business flow management • Enhanced credit, collections, & trade management flow • Enhanced bill presentment: template mgmt, data retrieval & drill down capabilities • Supplier open interface • Self-service asset management • Common area maintenance allocation, billing & collection • Investor agreements for leased assets & self-service lease mgmt
  • Copyright © Oracle Corporation ® 11.5.9 Complete Credit Management Business Flow Matrix Approach Revenue Risk Compliance Workload Measurement Modular On-Line Application On-demand or Business Event Driven Analyst Notepad Detailed & Summary Data Elements Rules-based Credit Decision Approvals Checklists Scoring Models Automation Rules Single Customer Master Enterprise Hierarchies Credit Score Calculation & ‘What If’ Analysis Credit Policy & Scoring Model Performance Credit Request API Attach Images & Supporting DocsCaseFolder Credit Recommendations Credit Policy Mgmt Credit Application Credit Analysis & Decision Revenue & Risk Mgmt Seamless Dun & Bradstreet ® Integration
  • Copyright © Oracle Corporation ® What Are the Benefits of Credit Management? – Configurable Software that matches Global Credit Policies – Prompt Credit Decisions and Minimization of Valueless Tasks – Information and tools for consistent and disciplined credit decisions – Continuous credit evaluation – Strengthen internal controls and policy compliance
  • Copyright © Oracle Corporation ® 11.5.9 Revenue Management: Revenue Policy Tab Set Up Each field in the Revenue Policy Tab is Optional. For any field that has been assigned a value, the Solution will compare invoice specific information against the Standard Revenue Policy and recognize or defer invoice revenue as appropriate. Set Standard Policy Specify Non-Creditworthy Customers
  • Copyright © Oracle Corporation ® Revenue Management: Contract Contingencies Use the Revenue Contingency Group, seeded in Oracle Contracts for Sale, to specify contract contingencies Proactively manage contract contingencies Monitor Expiration Dates
  • Copyright © Oracle Corporation ® Contract Contingencies Indicate Revenue Deferral – An agreement with a given customer provides for a 60-Day Acceptance Clause – No other contingencies exist, customer is classified as “Low Risk” and the agreed upon payment term is “Standard” Oracle Receivables will initially defer invoice revenue and recognize that revenue either upon expiration of the acceptance period or upon recording of early acceptance
  • Copyright © Oracle Corporation ® Invoice Header Indicates Revenue Deferral – No contract contingencies exist – A given customer is deemed non- creditworthy (say the customer is located in Taiwan) Oracle Receivables will initially defer invoice revenue and later recognize that revenue to the extent of payments received. Note:Receipt reversals will result in revenue reversals for non-creditworthy customers. Credit Memos will result in the reduction of deferred revenue.
  • Copyright © Oracle Corporation ® A Combination of Revenue Contingencies – A given contract or a purchase order provides for an “Extended” payment term – The contract also provides for a 60-Day “Cancellation” Provision Oracle Receivables will initially defer invoice revenue and later recognize that revenue once the Cancellation Provision expires and customer payment is received
  • Copyright © Oracle Corporation ® Revenue Management: Key Benefits – Significantly Reduce Potential for Revenue Misstatements – Time Revenue Recognition Based On Contractual Obligations – Close Books Quicker (Less GL Adjustments) – Eliminate Non-Value Added Tasks (Manual Contract Review for Standard Contracts) – Free Up Revenue Accountants and Allow Them To Be Proactive in Deal Negotiations Get the desired revenue recognition up-front
  • Copyright © Oracle Corporation ® The Actions Wizard (Former RAM Wizard)
  • Copyright © Oracle Corporation ® 11.5.9 iExpenses: New Features This release focuses on: – Online Policy, Per Diem & Mileage • Global and Statutory Requirements – Expense Report Audit Automation – Management Reporting and Analysis
  • Copyright © Oracle Corporation ® Expense Report Audit Automation – Key Differentiator Extend policy compliance to ensure expense policies are properly and efficiently enforced – Audit Management: Streamline audit decisions and resolution, support paper- based and paperless processes – Audit Automation: Select expense reports for audit using pre-defined criteria – Audit Queue Balancing: Manage workload sharing and efficiency of audit staff
  • Copyright © Oracle Corporation ® iExpenses: Key Benefits – Improve Efficiencies • Establish and enforce spend policies while spending less in administrating that enforcement – Improve Employee Satisfaction • Faster and easier expense report submission • Faster reimbursement cycle times – Comply with Regulations • Local and statutory requirements globally
  • Copyright © Oracle Corporation ® 11.5.9 XML Payments Payment Instruction Oracle ERP Server Bank Server Confirm BOD Payment Instruction Errors Payment Advice Previous Day Reporting XML Payment
  • Copyright © Oracle Corporation ® XML Payments: Key Benefits Direct online access to their financial service provider from the Oracle E-Business Suite Provide Customers with an efficient Payment Method Standards based for easy integration and extension Improved accuracy and security No additional set-up and running costs
  • Copyright © Oracle Corporation ® Group Assets, Member Assets Concepts Oracle Confidential 11.5.9 Group Depreciation: Solution Overview Group Assets, Member Assets Concepts M e m b e r A s s e t M e m b e r A s s e t M e m b e r A s s e t G r o u p A s s e t Group asset = a collection of its member assets
  • Copyright © Oracle Corporation ® Group Depreciation: Benefits Support Industry requirements Telco, Utilities Comply with Canada Capital Cost Allowance (CCA) Support India Tax Reporting Supports Financial and Tax Reporting in Japan Supports Tax Reporting in UK Comply with U.S. Tax Codes • Class Life Asset Depreciation Range System (ADR) • Assets placed in service after 1970 • Inapplicable to most property placed in service after 1980 • Group assets by Vintage Year • Recognize Gain/Loss treatment upon Extraordinary Retirement
  • Copyright © Oracle Corporation ® 11.5.10 Bill Presentment Architecture Overview Oracle Bill Presentment Architecture (BPA) is a new architectural feature that provides the ability to retrieve billing data from multiple data sources. It provides template-based configuration of online bills, including content selection, layout design, drilldown and grouping capability, and bill template assignment. By separating bill presentment from transaction accounting, Oracle BPA allows for more understandable and comprehensive bills, increasing the likelihood and timeliness of bill payment. Oracle BPA is part of the Oracle E-Business Suite, an integrated set of applications that are engineered to work together and transform your business into an e- business.
  • Copyright © Oracle Corporation ® Template Management: Design Page
  • Copyright © Oracle Corporation ® 11.5.10 iAssets -KEY FEATURES •Advanced Asset Search •Self Service Asset Transfer •Asset Transfer Rules •Oracle Workflow and Oracle Approval Management
  • Copyright © Oracle Corporation ® iAssets Key Benefits •Ease of Use, No Training, Intuitive - Really •Push Admin Function to Asset Custodians •Drive Down Cost of Mundane Data Entry •Improve & Maintain System Accuracy
  • Copyright © Oracle Corporation ® Question & Answers
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