R12.2 Oracle Receivables Management Fundamentals Ed 1

Duration : 4 Days (32 Hours)

R12.2 Oracle Receivables Management Fundamentals Ed 1 Course Overview:

The Oracle R12.2 Oracle Receivables Management Fundamentals Ed 1 course offers an introductory insight into customer accounts receivable management in Oracle E-Business Suite Release 12.2. It encompasses processes for customer information management, sales invoice creation, credit and collections management, dunning messages, credit payment processing, revenue recognition management, and more. The course establishes a solid understanding of Receivables Management and serves as a foundation for advanced or product-specific courses. It is intended for system administrators and application developers seeking to grasp fundamental concepts and activities related to Oracle Receivables Management.

Intended Audience:

  • Functional consultants
  • Power users
  • Functional implementers
  • Technical consultants
  • End users
  • Developers
  • Analysts

Learning Objectives of R12.2 Oracle Receivables Management Fundamentals Ed 1:

1. Recognize the fundamental components of the Oracle Receivables Management.
2. Create and manage customers, customer contacts and sites.
3. Set up and maintain payment terms and credit checks.
4. Identify the types of invoices and credit memos.
5. Create invoices and credit memos based on sales orders, service contracts, and direct transactions.
6. Understand and deploy Dunning Letters, aging reports and reports of interest, discounts and charges.
7. Familiarize with the collections process in Oracle Receivables.
8. Learn how to process cash transactions and adjustments.
9. Utilize the AutoLockbox functionality for faster collections.
10. Generate accounting entries for cash receipts and adjustments.
11. Recognize Receivables Accounting Periods, reconciliation and reserves.
12. Manage transfers between subsidiaries and reconcile inter-company balances.
13. Understand Receivables Transfer Pricing and Reconciliation Formulas.
14. Implement Profitability Analysis.

 Module 1: 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

 Module 2: 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

 Module 3: 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

 Module 4: Process Invoices Using Auto-Invoice

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

 Module 5: 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

 Module 6: 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

 Module 7: 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

 Module 8: Implement Customer Invoicing

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

 Module 9: Receipts

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

 Module 10: Implement Receipts

  • Entering Setup Information for Receipts
  • Discussing the Implementation Considerations

 Module 11: Tax Processing

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

 Module 12: 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

 Module 13: 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

R12.2 Oracle Receivables Management Fundamentals Ed 1 Course Prerequisites:

The prerequisites for Oracle R12.2 Receivables Management Fundamentals Ed 1 training include basic knowledge of:
• Oracle General Ledger
• Oracle Advanced Collections
• Oracle Receivables
• Understanding of Setting Up a Receivables System
• Knowledge of Order Management and Inventory Modules
• Basic Understanding of Financial Statements and Key Reports
• Understanding of Customer Relationship Management (CRM)
• Basic Knowledge of TCA architecture
• Working knowledge of system administration tools and features
• Basic Oracle applications skills related to navigation and system administration (ideally including Oracle Financials)
• Basic knowledge of system setup and Defining Accounting rules in Oracle Receivables.

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