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11i Oracle Receivables Fundamentals

Course Objectives

In this course, participants learn how to use Oracle Receivables to manage the accounts receivable process. There are hands-on exercises, through which the participants learn how to manage customers, process invoices and manage collections and submit reports. Finally, the students learn how to close accounts receivable periods and transfer accounting details to the general ledger.

• Describe the overall order to cash process from Order Entry through Bank Reconciliation
• Describe Bank Reconciliation and Understand Cash Forecasting
• Discuss the key areas in the Order to Cash Life Cycle
• Define the features enabling you to enter and maintain party and customer account
• Describe the overall Receivables Process and explain where the Receivables processing is positionedwithin the Order to Cash Life Cycle
• Describe the way processing invoices fits into the Receivables process and describe the Receipt Process
• Overview of the Tax Accounting Process, Define General Tax Setup Steps, Enter Tax Adjustments, ExplainTax Reporting Ledger
• Define the various actions required to close a period in the Order to Cash eBusiness flow
• Explain the integration of Cash Management in the Order to Cash eBusiness flow

Course Outline

Course Topics:

Overview of Oracle Receivables Process
• Order to Cash Lifecycle
• Overview of Receivables Process
• Overview of the Transaction Process
• Overview of Other Invoice Operations
• Overview of Adjustments
• Overview of the AutoInvoice Process
• Overview of the Receipts and Remittances
• Overview of Collections and TaxeBusiness suite of applications

Manage Parties and Customers Accounts

• Party Model Overview
• Profile Classes
• Multiple Sites and Business Purposes: Centralized and Decentralized Example
• Data Quality Management
• Dun & Bradstreet Integration
• Merge Parties or Customer Accounts
• Reports
• Required Setup Steps for Customers

Order to Cash Lifecycle Overview

• Order to Cash Lifecycle Overview
• Over of Application Integration
• Customer Entry Methods
• Order Management Process
• Pricing Process
• Shipping Process
• AutoInvoice Process
• Receivables Process

Process Invoices

• Oracle Receivables Overview
• Transaction Overview
• Invoice Entry Methods
• Entering Sales Credits
• Creating Invoice Batches
• Creating Debit Memos and Creating Adjustments
• Voiding Transactions
• Reports and Printing Transactions

Process Invoices Using AutoInvoice

• AutoInvoice Process and Integration
• Defining Transaction Batch Sources
• Defining Transaction Flexfields
• Determining Tax Liability
• Managing AutoInvoice System Options
• Correct Errors Overview
• AutoInvoice Exception Handling Windows

Implement Customer Invoicing

• Required Setup Steps for Transactions
• Auto Accounting
• Payment Terms
• Remit-to Addresses
• Accounting Rules
• Setting Up Document Sequencing
• Setting Up Gapless Transaction Numbering
• Consolidated Billing Invoices

Manual Receipts

• Overview of Receipts
• Creating Batches
• Applying Receipts to an Invoice
• Criteria for Mass Applying Receipts
• Applying Cross Currency Receipts
• Entering Discounts

Implement Receipts

• Overview of Receipt Setup
• Types of Receivables Activities
• Receipt Class, Payment Method and Bank Account Relationship
• Defining Bank Accounts
• Defining Receipt Classes
• System Options for Accounting
• Profile Options
• Functional Security

Tax Accounting Process

• Order Management Global Taxes Overview
• Receivables Global Tax Overview
• Value Added Tax Overview
• US Sales Tax Overview
• Tax Partner Process Overview
• Other Taxes in Oracle Applications
• Tax Setup Steps
• Defining Tax Preferences, Defaults and Rules

Period Close Process

• Period Closing Process
• Overview of Ordering to Period Closing
• Standard Reports
• Reconciling Inventory Transactions
• Running Revenue Recognition
• Transferring to the General Ledger
• Running the Journal Import Program
• Mapping Receivables Transactions to General Ledger Categories


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