This PeopleSoft Inventory Rel 9.2 training focuses on implementation considerations for PeopleSoft Inventory. Gain experience setting up item definitions & stocking material, maintaining warehouse stock, fulfilling demand, managing shipments, recording costs for inventory transactions, replenishing stock, counting inventory stock, transferring stock and managing par locations.
- Set up your inventory system.
- Receive stock into PeopleSoft Inventory.
- Perform inventory maintenance.
- Ship stock using demand fulfillment.
- Perform counts of inventory stock.
- Transfer stock between business units.
Benefits to You
Investing in this course will teach you how to use the major features of PeopleSoft Inventory, which you can apply and build on when you return to your own business environment. Learn to use the Supply /Demand WorkCenter and Dashboard to better organize your workload and save valuable time and energy. Activities throughout the course provide step-by-step examples that simulate scenarios in businesses like yours.
Manage & Report Inventory Stock
Expert Oracle University instructors will also teach you how to efficiently manage and accurately report on inventory stock. You'll participate in plenty of hands-on exercises that help you discover how to design an inventory management structure and keep track of inventory movement.
- Identify the basic features and functions of PeopleSoft Inventory
- Define PeopleSoft Inventory setup
- Describe the stocking process
- Describe inventory maintenance options
- Describe demand fulfillment
- Describe the replenishment process
- Describe the physical counting process
- Describe par location options
- Using PeopleSoft Cost Management
- Maintaining item definitions
- Transferring stock
Who Can Benefit
- End Users
- Functional Implementer
- Use of control tables to enforce business rules
- Understanding of basic navigation and PeopleSoft concepts
- Able to run processes and reports
- Understanding basic navigation and PeopleSoft concepts
- Basic knowledge of inventory management