1. Fusion Apps –
What’s in it, what’s not
Suresh C Mishra
2. Oracle Fusion Applications:
Ramp-Up Partner Program
• Validation & Learning Programs
• Beta Validation (Jul-Nov 2009, 5 Days, on site)
• Embedded Learning (Q2/Q3 2010, 10 Days, on site, 4 seats)
• Extended Learning (Q3/Q4 2010, remote)
• Apps Tech (Q3 2010, 5 Days, on site, 10 seats)
• Testing & Documentation Programs (Q2/Q3 2009 and Q1 2010, 20-40 Days each
3. Why participate in Ramp-Up Program
To qualify for the first wave of Oracle Fusion Apps
implementations in the Dutch and European market.
To take a head start over the local and regional
Improving the relationship with Oracle HQ and
Distinguish Capgemini towards Dutch and European
4. Oracle executive update for Capgemini 14th of January.
Debrief John Gawkowski (VP Platform Technology Solutions) on
of February in NL.
5. Capgemini When Who
Procurement UK June 2010 Steven Smith
CRM China July 2010 Gu Min
Financials NL/FR July/Aug 2010 Jan Verhallen
6. Fusion Apps
Architecture and design principles
7. What has suprised?
Process driven design
Look and feel
True fusion product
11. Process driven design
To be approved
Invoices to be
approved by you
To be completed
• Only way to fuse the existing ERP
apps is to understand the processes.
• Next step is the changed mentality
of the design and development teams
from technology solutions to process
• The final step is implement the
process flow in the architecture en UI.
12. Work is pushed to the user (role-based)
13. User Interface
14. User Interface
15. User Interface - Improve workflows
16. User Interface – New way of working
17. You experience and collaboration
18. Fusion Tables
- Query by Example Support
- Sort any column
- Feels as an client server table
26. What’s In – What’s Out
Organization structure Business Units Operating units
Data structure Effective date
ChartFields & Account
Financial Reports Hyperion SmartView nVision
All the rest
Operational reports BI Publisher All the rest
Security Roles Responsibilities
User Interface Fusion native All the rest
27. Reporting Proposition
BI Publisher is in; the rest is out.
Currently supported by BI Publisher:
Fusion Apps Fin (160), HCM (65), SCM (24),
Areas: PO/Bar Codes/Gov. Forms, eText (bank files), Fin.
Reporting, Order Forms, Invoice (DELL Europe 1000 per
hour), Operational reports, Customer (Dunning)
28. Analytics Proposition
29. BI Architecture
30. Fusion Security
Replace apps security by FMW Security
Seggration of Duties
In all Fusion apps and tools
Integration with GRC Suite
Privacy security (personal info, via grants, encrypted data,
all layers and UI, Oracle DataVault)
31. Functional Setup Manager / Upgrading
Automatic configure, migrate and upgrade
Works on top of predefined set of
questions and implementer roles.
Create your own service offerings in a box.
Investigation ongoing to use tool for
migration from eBS and PS to Fusion.
New way to implement customizations as
delta’s on Oracle delivered Fusion.
New way of thinking about upgrades.
Customization delta’s will be plugged on
top of new Fusion version.
32. Fusion Apps Customizations
33. Fusion Customization Layers
Customizations are developed in layers
Max 11 Layers are supported
Layer 1: Oracle delivered Base Documents
Layer 11: User enhancements
Other layers for:Vertical market, Site
Only deltas are open for development.
Base is delivered by Oracle and not open for
34. Fusion Apps Customization Tools
Composer (WebCenter) mode in Fusion Apps for users and
Customization mode (Jdeveloper) in Fusion Apps
Meta driven apps
35. Fusion Financials:
What’s cool .. And not
Based on FMW 11g
Hyperion solutions integrated with GL.
Scanning solution in AP and UCM integration.
Payment receipt recommendations in AR. Brilliant!
FA. No process flow implemented.Yet?
User Interface. Simple.Well designed.
Fusion Setup Manager
Security in all components – out of the box
36. Fusion Apps
Path to V1
37. Planning Fusion Apps
Release V1Ramp-up Programme Finalize
The scope of V1 is
GL,AP,AR,FA for 80%
most used functions.
38. Fusion Apps Version 1 Scope
39. Fusion Apps Solution Footprint
40. Fusion ERP Applications
41. Language and Localization Coverage
42. Fusion Apps
43. New implementation
45. Add-ons for existing AU customers
Workforce Lifecycle Management (Stand alone product; eBS R12, PS R9 and FMW)
Talent Management (linked to eBS R12 and PS R9 HRM)
Workforce Directory Management
Incentive Compenstation linked to eBS/PS and Fusion CRM
Integrated Teritory and Talent management
Customer Data Management (eBS/PS/Fusion)
Order orchestration (SiebelPSeBSJDESAP)
Product Master Management
Procurement (integrated with eBSPS)
46. Integration with AU applications
47. Fusion Accounting Hub
48. How can you prepare your customer –
with currently available products
BI solutions for AU implementations are reusable
Hyperion and Essbase
Security and GRC