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Oracle E-Business Suite R12.1 Inventory Essentials Exam Training

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Oracle E-Business Suite R12.1 Inventory Essentials Exam Training is mainly targeted to those candidates who has some experience or exposure of E-Business Suite and want to flourish their career with the Oracle EBS 12 Supply Chain Certified Implementation Specialist Oracle Inventory (OCS) credential.

The Oracle E-Business Suite R12.1 Inventory Essentials Exam Training validates your understanding of the E-Business Suite technology and sets the stage for your future progression.

Oracle E-Business Suite R12.1 Inventory Essentials Exam Training Types

Part 1: E-Business Essentials

Module 1: Navigating in R12 Oracle Applications
  • Log in to Oracle Applications
  • Navigate from Personal Home Page to Applications
  • Choose a responsibility
  • Create Favorites and set Preferences
  • Use Forms and Menus
  • Enter data using Forms
  • Search for data using Forms
  • Access online Help
  • Run and monitor Reports and Programs
  • Log out of Oracle Applications
Module 2: Introduction to Oracle Applications R12
  • Explain the footprint of R12 E-Business Suite
  • Describe the benefits of R12 E-Business Suite
  • Describe R12 E-Business Suite architecture
Module 3: Shared Entities and Integration
  • Explain shared entities within R12 E-Business Suite
  • Describe the key integration points and business flows between products in E-Business Suite (EBS)
  • Identify the Key Business Flows and products involved in E-Business Suite (EBS)
Module 4: Fundamentals of Flexfields
  • Describe Flexfields and their components
  • Identify the steps to implement a Flexfield
  • Define value sets and values
  • Defining Key Flexfields
  • Define Descriptive Flexfields
Module 5: Fundamentals of Multi-Org
  • Define Multiple Organization (Multi-Org)
  • Describe the types of organizations supported in Multi-Org model
  • Explain the entities of Multi-Org
  • Explain how Multi-Org secures data
  • Identify key implementation considerations for Multi-Org
  • Define Multi-Org Access Control
  • Explain Multi-Org preferences
  • Explaining Enhanced Multiple-Organization Reporting
  • Explain the concepts of subledger accounting
Module 6: Fundamentals of Workflow and Alerts
  • Explain Workflow concepts
  • Describe the benefits of Workflow

Part 2: Inventory

Module 1: Overview of Oracle Inventory
  • Describe the overall inventory process from the receipt to issue
  • Describe key integration points between Oracle Inventory and other Oracle Applications
Module 2: Inventory Structure
  • Describe Inventory Organization
  • Describing the structure of an Inventory Organization
  • Describe the multi-organization structure in Oracle Applications
  • Use the organization reports in Oracle E-Business Suite R12.1 Inventory Essentials Exam Training
  • Set up Inventory parameters, sub inventories, and locators
  • Set up the organization profile options
  • Describe organization implementation considerations
Module 3: Units of Measure
  • Define units of measure
  • Use units of measure reports
  • Use units of measure setup options
  • Describe units of measure implementation considerations
Module 4: Defining and Maintaining Items
  • Define, setup and maintain items
  • Use item control levels
  • Use item templates
  • Using the item categories and catalogs
  • Use organization reports
  • Implement item profile options
  • Describe implementation considerations for items
Module 5: Lot and Serial Control
  • Describe lots
  • Describe parent and child lots
  • Describing shelf life and lot actions
  • Describe grade control
  • Describing the serial control
  • Describe lot and serial genealogy
  • Use the lot and serial reports
  • Implement the lot and serial profile options
  • Describe implementation considerations for lot and serial control
Module 6: Transaction Setup
  • Describe transactions and move orders
  • Define transaction managers, transaction types, and transaction reasons
  • Defining inventory picking rules
  • Define inventory account aliases
  • Set up move orders
  • Describe Period Close Process within Inventory
  • Set up Profile Options
  • Use Alerts Notifications and Reports
  • Describe implementation considerations for transaction setup
Module 7: Issuing and Transferring Material
  • Perform Transactions
  • Manage Receipts
  • Perform Move Orders
  • Understand Transactions Reports
Module 8: On-hand and Availability
  • Explain availability
  • View on-hand quantities
  • Describe the uses of the material workbench
  • Create ATP rules, time fences and supply/demand sources
  • Manage Reservation
  • Use on-hand and availability reports
  • Implement on-hand and availability profile options
  • Describe on-hand and availability implementation considerations
Module 9: Material Status Control
  • Explain material status
  • Set up material status properties
  • Describe key material status implementation considerations
Module 10: Inventory Replenishment
  • Perform forecasting
  • Explain reorder-point planning
  • Perform min-max planning
  • Perform replenishment counting
  • Set up inventory planning profile options
  • Identify Implementation Considerations for Inventory Replenishment
  • Generate kanban cards
Module 11: Inventory Accuracy
  • Create an ABC compile
  • Define and maintain a cycle count
  • Define a physical inventory
  • Demonstrate count adjustments and approvals
  • Use inventory accuracy reports
  • Set up inventory accuracy profile options
  • Explain key inventory accuracy implementation considerations
Module 12: Table Information
  • Identify the Oracle Inventory tables
  • Access eTRM

Locus IT‘s Oracle E-Business Suite R12.1 Inventory Essentials Exam Training certification indicates a functional foundation in E-Business Essentials including skills such as how to access and navigate within the R12 E-Business Suite, how to enter the data, retrieve information in the form of a query and access online help. For more information, please contact us.

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