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R12.2 Oracle Receivables Management Fundamentals

  • Tuition USD $4,000
  • Reviews star_rate star_rate star_rate star_rate star_half 3223 Ratings
  • Course Code R12-RECEIVABLES
  • Duration 4 days
  • Available Formats Classroom

This R12.2 Oracle Receivables Management Fundamentals Ed 1 training is ideal for customers who have implemented Oracle E-Business Suite Release 12, 12.1 or R12.2. Expert Oracle University instructors will teach you how to set up and use Oracle Receivables to manage receivables processing.

Learn To:

  • Understand the Order to Cash Lifecycle.
  • Understand the Oracle Receivables process.
  • Manage parties and customer accounts.
  • Process invoices using Auto-Invoice.
  • Utilize the bill presentment architecture processes.
  • Set up credit management, the receipt process, tax processing and period closing.

Benefits to You

By taking this course, you'll walk away with the skills to manage parties and customer accounts. You'll have a better understanding of how the Receivables application fits into Oracle’s e-Business Suite of applications. You'll experience a combination of interactive instruction and hands-on exercises that you can apply to your daily job.

Live Virtual Class Format

A Live Virtual Class (LVC) is exclusively for registered students; unregistered individuals may not view an LVC at any time. Registered students must view the class from the country listed in the registration form. Unauthorized recording, copying, or transmission of LVC content may not be made.

Skills Gained

  • Understand the overall order to cash process from Order Entry through Bank Reconciliation
  • Understand key areas in the Order to Cash Life Cycle
  • Explain how the Receivables processing is positioned within the Order to Cash Life Cycle
  • Describe the overall Receivables process
  • Manage parties and customer accounts
  • Describe the Auto-Invoice process
  • Explain bill presentment architecture processes
  • Understand Credit Management
  • Identify credit management processing
  • Understand setup information related to invoicing
  • Describing the receipt process
  • Understand setup information related to receipts
  • Understand the tax accounting process
  • Understand Sub-ledger Accounting as it relates to period closing

Who Can Benefit

  • End User
  • Implementer

Prerequisites

Suggested Prerequisite

  • Thorough knowledge of the overall Oracle Receivables Process
  • Ability to navigate Oracle applications

Course Details

Topics

  • Order to Cash Lifecycle Overview
    • Describing the overall Order to Cash Process from Order Entry through Bank Reconciliation
    • Discussing the key areas in the Order to Cash Life Cycle
    • Describing the integration between the applications
  • Overview of Oracle Receivables Process
    • Explaining where the Receivables processing is positioned within the Order to Cash Life Cycle
    • Describing the overall Receivables Process
    • Discussing the key areas in the Receivables Process
  • Manage Parties and Customer Accounts
    • Defining the Features to Enter and Maintain Party and Customer Account Information
    • Defining the Features to Enter and Maintain Party and Customer Account Information
    • Creating Profile Classes and Assigning them to Customer Accounts
    • Creating and Maintaining Party and Customer Account Information
    • Enabling Customer Account Relationships
    • Defining TCA Party Paying Relationships
    • Merging Parties and Customer Accounts
    • Viewing Party and Customer Account Information
  • Process Invoices Using Auto-Invoice
    • Describing the Auto-Invoice Process
    • Using Auto-Invoice
    • Correcting Errors Using Auto-Invoice Exception Handling
  • Process Invoices
    • Describing How Processing Invoices Fits into the Receivables Process
    • Entering and Completing Invoices
    • Correcting Invoices
    • Printing Transactions and Statements
    • Using Event-Based Management
    • Demonstrating Promised Commitment Accounts
  • Bill Presentment Architecture
    • Explaining the Bill Presentment Architecture Processes
    • Registering Data Sources
    • Creating Templates to Present Bills
    • Defining Rules to Assign Templates to Customers
    • Printing BPA Invoices
  • Credit Management
    • Understanding Setup Steps for Credit Management
    • Demonstrating Credit Profile Changes
    • Identifying Credit Management Processing
    • Using Workflow and Lookups
    • Reviewing Credit Management Performance
    • Applying Credit Hierarchy
  • Implement Customer Invoicing
    • Entering Setup Information related to Invoicing
    • Understanding Key Implementation Considerations in Customer Invoicing
  • Receipts
    • Describing the Receipt Process
    • Applying Receipts Using Different Methods
    • Creating Charge-backs, Adjustments, and Claims
    • Using Balancing Segments
    • Applying Non-Manual Receipts
  • Implement Receipts
    • Entering Setup Information for Receipts
    • Discussing the Implementation Considerations
  • Tax Processing
    • Understanding the Tax Accounting Process
    • Understanding Oracle E-Business Tax Setups for Receivables
    • Managing Tax Accounts and Tax Adjustments
  • Period Closing
    • Understanding Sub-ledger Accounting Related to Period Closing
    • Defining Various Actions Required to Close a Period in the Order to Cash E-Business Flow
    • Describing Available Reports Assisting in the Closing Process
    • Explaining How to Run the Revenue Recognition Program and the General Ledger Interface Program
  • Appendix A: Bank Reconciliation
    • Reconciliation Overview
    • Reconciliation Integration
    • Reconciliation: Oracle Receivables and Oracle Payables
    • Reconciliation of Oracle Payroll EFT Payments
    • AutoReconciliation Overview
    • Clearing and Reconciling Transactions in Oracle Payables
    • Clearing and Reconciling Transactions in Oracle Receivables
    • Cash Application Work Queue
  • Describing the overall Order to Cash Process from Order Entry through Bank Reconciliation
  • Discussing the key areas in the Order to Cash Life Cycle
  • Describing the integration between the applications

Overview of Oracle Receivables Process

  • Explaining where the Receivables processing is positioned within the Order to Cash Life Cycle
  • Describing the overall Receivables Process
  • Discussing the key areas in the Receivables Process

Manage Parties and Customer Accounts

  • Defining the Features to Enter and Maintain Party and Customer Account Information
  • Defining the Features to Enter and Maintain Party and Customer Account Information
  • Creating Profile Classes and Assigning them to Customer Accounts
  • Creating and Maintaining Party and Customer Account Information
  • Enabling Customer Account Relationships
  • Defining TCA Party Paying Relationships
  • Merging Parties and Customer Accounts
  • Viewing Party and Customer Account Information

Process Invoices Using Auto-Invoice

  • Describing the Auto-Invoice Process
  • Using Auto-Invoice
  • Correcting Errors Using Auto-Invoice Exception Handling

Process Invoices

  • Describing How Processing Invoices Fits into the Receivables Process
  • Entering and Completing Invoices
  • Correcting Invoices
  • Printing Transactions and Statements
  • Using Event-Based Management
  • Demonstrating Promised Commitment Accounts

Bill Presentment Architecture

  • Explaining the Bill Presentment Architecture Processes
  • Registering Data Sources
  • Creating Templates to Present Bills
  • Defining Rules to Assign Templates to Customers
  • Printing BPA Invoices

Credit Management

  • Understanding Setup Steps for Credit Management
  • Demonstrating Credit Profile Changes
  • Identifying Credit Management Processing
  • Using Workflow and Lookups
  • Reviewing Credit Management Performance
  • Applying Credit Hierarchy

Implement Customer Invoicing

  • Entering Setup Information related to Invoicing
  • Understanding Key Implementation Considerations in Customer Invoicing

Receipts

  • Describing the Receipt Process
  • Applying Receipts Using Different Methods
  • Creating Charge-backs, Adjustments, and Claims
  • Using Balancing Segments
  • Applying Non-Manual Receipts

Implement Receipts

  • Entering Setup Information for Receipts
  • Discussing the Implementation Considerations

Tax Processing

  • Understanding the Tax Accounting Process
  • Understanding Oracle E-Business Tax Setups for Receivables
  • Managing Tax Accounts and Tax Adjustments

Period Closing

  • Understanding Sub-ledger Accounting Related to Period Closing
  • Defining Various Actions Required to Close a Period in the Order to Cash E-Business Flow
  • Describing Available Reports Assisting in the Closing Process
  • Explaining How to Run the Revenue Recognition Program and the General Ledger Interface Program

Appendix A: Bank Reconciliation

  • Reconciliation Overview
  • Reconciliation Integration
  • Reconciliation: Oracle Receivables and Oracle Payables
  • Reconciliation of Oracle Payroll EFT Payments
  • AutoReconciliation Overview
  • Clearing and Reconciling Transactions in Oracle Payables
  • Clearing and Reconciling Transactions in Oracle Receivables
  • Cash Application Work Queue

When does class start/end?

Classes begin promptly at 9:00 am, and typically end at 5:00 pm.

Does the course schedule include a Lunchbreak?

Lunch is normally an hour long and begins at noon. Coffee, tea, hot chocolate and juice are available all day in the kitchen. Fruit, muffins and bagels are served each morning. There are numerous restaurants near each of our centers, and some popular ones are indicated on the Area Map in the Student Welcome Handbooks - these can be picked up in the lobby or requested from one of our ExitCertified staff.

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Yes, we provide training for groups, individuals and private on sites. View our group training page for more information.

Does ExitCertified deliver group training?

Yes, we provide training for groups, individuals, and private on sites. View our group training page for more information.

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The material was delivered clearly, but some of the labs were a little too easy and were 100% hand-holding.

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