R12.2 Oracle Order Management Fundamentals

Duration : 4 Days (32 Hours)

R12.2 Oracle Order Management Fundamentals Course Overview:

The “Oracle R12.2 Order Management Fundamentals” course introduces participants to order management and orchestration features in Oracle R12.2. The training covers order creation, management, and querying within Oracle’s distribution applications. It includes subjects like order processing, fulfillment, product and pricing setup, pricing lifecycle, and handling returns. The course targets Oracle professionals responsible for developing, implementing, and administering e-business applications.

Intended Audience:

  • Users with a basic understanding of the Oracle 12.2 system.
  • Individuals with adept knowledge of the ordering process, including sales orders, quotations, order entry, pick and ship, and reservation.
  • New and existing personnel within a company’s Order Management team who seek enhanced familiarity with the Oracle system and its capabilities.
  • Immediate supervisors overseeing Order Management functions.
  • Personnel in support roles such as logistics and customer service teams.
  • Individuals who require a comprehensive understanding of the Oracle 12.2 system, regardless of prior experience with earlier versions of the Oracle system.

Learning Objectives of R12.2 Oracle Order Management Fundamentals:

The objective of the Oracle 12.2 Order Management Fundamentals Training is to offer participants a comprehensive understanding of the concepts, architecture, and practical implementations of Oracle Order Management. The training equips learners to establish and manage the Order to Cash Model effectively. Attendees will gain proficiency in planning, allocating items, creating sales orders, and configuring pricing. The course covers vital aspects such as order capture, order fulfillment, and customer interaction. Participants will acquire advanced skills in data collection, audits, and reconciliations. Additionally, the training addresses reporting functionality, data extraction, and the integration process of Sales Order with General Ledger. By course completion, participants will be well-equipped to implement industry best practices, enhancing their capabilities in Oracle Order Management.

 Module 1: Overview of Oracle Order Management

  • Overview of Oracle Order Management
  • What is Oracle Order Management?
  • Order Capture and Order Fulfillment
  • Oracle Order Management Capabilities
  • Order to Cash Lifecycle
  • Integration with Other Products

 Module 2: Order Entities and Order Flows

  • Order to Cash Lifecycle with Standard Items
  • Order to Cash Lifecycle with PTO Models and PTO Kits
  • Drop Shipments
  • Drop Shipments Across Ledgers
  • Back-to-Back Orders
  • Managing IR-ISO Changes
  • Sales Agreements
  • Negotiation Agreement

 Module 3: Order Processing

  • Entering Order Header Main Information
  • Entering Order Header Additional Information
  • Entering Order Lines
  • Booking an Order
  • Applying Sales Credits
  • Splitting Orders
  • Copying Orders
  • Using Order Organizer

 Module 4: Multiple Organization Access Control Setup

  • Organization Structure in Oracle Applications
  • Using MOAC in Oracle Order Management
  • Setting Up MOAC

 Module 5: Oracle Inventory Setup for Oracle Order Management

  • Receipt to Issue Lifecycle
  • Inventory Organizations
  • Setting Up Locations
  • Inventory Organization Structure
  • Interorganization Shipping Networks
  • Shipping Method
  • Units of Measure
  • Uses of Units of Measure

 Module 6: Oracle Receivables Setup for Oracle Order Management

  • Overview of Trading Community Architecture
  • Key Customer Related Concepts in TCA
  • Adding Customers in Order Management
  • Defining Payment Terms
  • Defining Invoicing and Accounting Rules
  • Overview of Credit Checking
  • Defining Credit Checking on the Customers Page – Profile Tab
  • Defining Credit Checking on the Customers Page – Profile Amounts Tab

 Module 7: Oracle Order Management Setup Steps

  • Order Management Setup Steps
  • Profile Options and System Parameters
  • Overview of QuickCode or Lookup Types
  • Defining QuickCode or Lookup Types
  • Overview of Order Header and Order Line Processing Flows
  • Overview of Transaction Types Window
  • Workflow in Transaction Types
  • Overview of Document Sequences for Order Numbering

 Module 8: Holds, Order Purge, and Exception Management Setup

  • Holds
  • Seeded Holds
  • Automatic Holds
  • Generic Holds
  • Specifying Holds Framework
  • Hold Sources
  • Order and Quote Purge
  • Purge Sets

 Module 9: Basic Pricing Setup

  • Overview of Pricing in the Order to Cash Process
  • Creating a Price List
  • Secondary Price List
  • Copy Price List
  • Price List Maintenance: Overview
  • Add Items to Price List
  • Manual Price List Updates
  • Implementation Steps: Setting Key Profile Options

 Module 10: Overview of Shipping Execution

  • Shipping Execution Flow
  • Delivery and Delivery Lines
  • Trips and Stops
  • Delivery Leg
  • Containers/LPNs
  • Pick Release
  • Move Orders
  • Pick Confirmation

R12.2 Oracle Order Management Fundamentals Course Prerequisites:

There are no prerequisites for this course. However, familiarity with the Oracle e-Business Suite and the related forms, functions, and terminology is beneficial.

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