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Oracle E-Business Suite R12.1 Order Management Essentials Training

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Oracle E-Business Suite R12.1 Order Management Essentials Training

Oracle E-Business Suite R12.1 Order Management Essentials Training provides users to perform supply chain functions in a business application environment with respect to E-business suite and Order Management processes.

After completion of this course, students will be able to: define customers, check credit and invoice information, and deploy workflows and schedule activities.

Oracle E-Business Suite R12.1 Order Management Essentials Training Parts

Part 1: E-Business Essentials

Module 1: Navigating in R12 Oracle Applications
  • Log in to Oracle Applications
  • Navigate from Personal Home Page to Applications
  • 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: Order Management

Module 1: Overview of Oracle Order Management
  • Describe Oracle Order Management and its main components
  • Explain the capabilities of Oracle Order Management
  • Identify other products that Oracle Order Management integrates with
Module 2: Order Entities and Order Flows
  • Manage Quotes
  • Manage the Order to Cash Life cycle with Standard Items
  • Managing the Drop Shipments
  • Manage Order to Cash Life cycle with PTO, and ATO Items
  • Manage Back-to-Back Orders
  • Managing the Sales Agreements
  • Manage Order to Cash Life cycle with Customer Acceptance
Module 3: Multiple Organization Access Control Setup
  • Explain the necessity for the multiple organization access control (MOAC)
  • Identify the Order Management windows (setup and transaction) that use the Operating Unit field and the 12i specific MOAC additional features
  • Perform the various setups involved in implementing MOAC
Module 4: Oracle Inventory Setup for Oracle Order Management
  • Explain the structure of an inventory organization
  • Define subinventories
  • Use units of measure in Oracle E-Business Suite R12.1 Order Management Essentials Training
  • Use the item master organization
  • Define items
  • Create available-to-promise rules
Module 5: Oracle Receivables Setup for Oracle Order Management
  • Define TCA Concepts
  • Defining the Customer Information and Payment Terms
  • Define Invoicing, Accounting Rules and Deferred Revenue
  • Explain Customer Acceptance and Billing Setups
  • Defining Invoicing Sources (Batch Source)
  • Explain Online Transaction Security and Tax-Related Setup Steps
  • Define Credit Checking
Module 6: Oracle Order Management Setup Steps
  • View and Update Profile Options
  • Create QuickCodes or Lookups
  • Manage Document Sequencing
  • Define Transaction Types
  • Explain the Order Header and line Workflows in Transaction Types
  • Set up Processing Constraints
  • Define Validation Templates
  • Defining Defaulting Conditions
  • Define Defaulting Rules
  • Set up Versioning and Audit History
  • Setup Available to Promise
  • Define Scheduling
  • Create Credit Check Rules
Module 7: Holds, Order Purge, and Exception Management Setup
  • Create, Apply and Release Holds – Seeded, Generic
  • Explain Order and Quote Purge
  • Explain Exception Management
Module 8: Basic Pricing Setup
  • Maintain Price Lists
  • Describe Pricing Process and Basic Pricing Concepts
Module 9: Define Pricing Security
  • Use Qualifiers with various Types of Modifiers
  • Apply Freight and Special Charges Modifier
  • Create and Use Price Books
Module 10: Overview of Shipping Execution
  • Explain the Oracle Order Management to the Oracle Shipping Execution Flow
  • Describe Shipping Entities
  • Identify User Interfaces in Oracle Shipping Execution
  • Describe the integration with Oracle Order Management, Oracle Transportation Execution, and Oracle Warehouse Management
  • Identify Key Reports and Processes
Module 11: Shipping Execution Setup
  • Define Roles and Users
  • Define Carriers
  • Shipping Execution Documents
  • International Trade Management Adapter
  • Manage Shipping Exceptions
  • Define Ship Confirm Rules
  • Define Pick Release Rules
  • Containers/LPNs

Locus IT‘s Oracle E-Business Suite R12.1 Order Management Essentials Training demonstrates the knowledge required to manage Entities and Order Flows, configure Oracle Inventory and Oracle Receivables, perform the Oracle Order Management steps, create and use the Price Lists and manage Shipping. For more information, please contact us.

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