Oracle Apps Financials Functional Training – (Accounts Receivable)

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Oracle Apps Financials Functional Training

Oracle Apps Financials Functional Training Details (One to One Online Training)
Duration : 25 Sessions
Each Session Duration : 4 Hrs
Oracle Apps Financials Functional Course Content 

Cost: $1,500.00

. What is Oracle
. What is E-Business Suite
. Versions in Oracle
. Modules in Oracle Application
. ERPs Available in Market
. What is Implementation Process


Getting Started with Receivables

Receivables Overview

Receivables Business Processes

Receivables Integration Points

Receivables Implementation

Understanding Implementation Issues

Implementation Planning

Business Unit Structure

Customer Structure

Business Unit Sharing

Customer Groups

Entry Types and Reasons

Defining Receivables Business Units

Understanding Receivables Business Units

Creating a Receivables Business Unit

Defining Business Unit Defaults by SetID

Defining Business Unit Defaults for Individual Business Units

Defining Receivables Processing Options

Understanding Receivables Processing Options


Setting Up System Functions

Setting Up Entry Types and Reasons

Setting Up Distribution Codes

Setting Up Item Entry Types

Setting Up Automatic Entry Types

Setting Up Item and Automatic Entry Types for Revenue Estimate Processing

Setting Up Group Types and Group Origins

Setting Up ChartField Combination Editing

Defining Additional Processing Options

Setting Up Payment Terms

Setting Up Deposit Types

Setting Up Adjustment Reason Codes

Setting Up Reference Qualifiers

Setting Up Worksheet Reasons

Setting Up Unpost Reason Codes

Setting Up Credit Card Profiles

Setting Up ePayment Profiles

Setting Up Direct Debit Profiles

Setting Up EFT Reason Codes for Direct Debits

Selecting EFT Layouts

Setting Up Rules for Overdue Charges

Setting Up Write-Off Approval Workflow

Understanding the Financials Audit Framework for Receivables

Setting Up Item Audit Options

Setting Up Collections Workbench Components

(USF) Setting Up the Receivables Due From the Public Report

(USF) Setting Up Memo Status Codes

Setting Up User-Defined Fields

Setting Up Correspondence Options

Setting Up Statement Processing

Setting Up Parallel Processing for Statements

Setting Up Dunning Letter Processing

Setting Up Follow-Up Letter Processing

Setting Up Exception and Collection Processing

Understanding Exception and Collection Processing Options

Setting Up Action Owners

Setting Up Workflow Notification for Action Owners

Setting Up Exception Reasons and Collection Codes

Setting Up Hold and Message Codes for Credit Holds

Setting Up Conditions

Setting Up Actions and Action Templates

Assigning Customers to a Collection Group

Setting Up Collection and Assessment Rules

Setting Up Promise Date Options for a Customer

Setting Up Risk Scoring Rules

Implementing Self-Service Web Components

Setting Up History and Aging

Understanding History Calculations

Setting Up History IDs

Setting Up Aging

Setting Up Subcustomer Qualifiers

Setting Up Parallel Processing for Aging

Setting Up Payment Predictor Processing

Understanding Payment Predictor Processing

Defining Algorithm Groups

Defining Payment Predictor Methods

Setting Up Parallel Processing

Selecting Payments for Payment Predictor Processing

Reviewing Payment Predictor Temporary Tables and Sections

Setting Up Automatic Maintenance Processing

Understanding the Automatic Maintenance Process

Setting Up Automatic Maintenance Methods

Defining Automatic Maintenance Algorithm Groups

Setting Up Draft Processing

Understanding Draft Processing

Understanding the Draft Life Cycle

Understanding Draft Setup

Reviewing Business Events and Subevents

Defining Draft Transaction Types

Defining Draft Types

Defining Where Draft Documents Are Stored

Defining Draft Collection Methods

Assigning Customers to Draft Groups

Setting Up Automatic Numbering for Draft Processing

Setting Up Draft Reference Qualifiers

Defining EFT Reason Codes and EFT File Layouts

Setting Up Receivables Update and Pending Group Generator

Understanding the Receivables Update Application Engine Process

Understanding the Pending Group Generator Application Engine Process

Setting Up Parallel Processing

Setting Up Run Controls for Receivables Update

Understanding Interunit and Intraunit Accounting and ChartField Inheritance

Interunit and Intraunit Accounting

ChartField Inheritance

Anchor Lines for Transactions

Performing Data Conversion

Understanding Customer Data Conversion

Understanding Pending Data Conversion

Understanding Posted Customer History Data Conversion

Understanding Item and Payment Conversion

Performing Data Conversion Using the DC_PENDITEM_CI Component Interface

Developing Interfaces for Customers and Pending Items

Understanding Customer Data Integration

Receiving Information from a Billing System

Developing Interfaces for Electronic Payments

Understanding Electronic Payment Processing

Receiving Information from a Lockbox

Receiving Payments in an EDI File

Configuring Page Features


Changing the Default Date on Customer Options Records

Increasing the Number of Rows in a Grid

Changing Activity Types

Adding User History IDs to SetID and Business Unit History

Entering Pending Items

Understanding Pending Item Entry


Entering or Updating Pending Items

Finding and Correcting Errors When Entering Receivables

Reviewing Pending Item Groups

Entering Payments

Understanding Payments and Deposits


Entering Regular Deposits

Entering Express Deposits

Creating Cash Control Accounting Entries

Journaling Payments Directly to the General Ledger

Reconciling Payments on a Bank Statement

Receiving Payments Electronically

Understanding Electronic Payment Processing


Receiving Lockbox Deposits

Using Electronic Banking to Process Payments

Using EDI and Split Stream Processing

Receiving Accounts Payable Payments

Receiving Cash Drawer Payments

Receiving and Editing Spreadsheet Payments

(JPN) Receiving EFT Payments

Checking Electronic Payment Errors

Correcting Errors

Applying Payments

Understanding Payment Application Options


Running the Payment Predictor Application Engine Process

Reviewing Payment Predictor Process Results

Applying Payments Using Payment Worksheets

Approving Write-Off Amounts Using Workflow

Creating and Updating Accounting Entries

Looking Up Information About Payments

Managing Credit Card Payments

Understanding Credit Card Processing


Creating Credit Card Payments Using Item Inquiries

Creating Credit Card Payments Using the Credit Card Worksheet

Creating Credit Card Payments in Batch

Resolving Credit Card Payment Exceptions

Managing ePayments

Understanding ePayment Worksheets in Receivables

Processing ePayments in Receivables

Creating ePayments in Batch

Maintaining and Reviewing Item Information

Changing and Reviewing Item Information

Splitting Exception Items

Updating Multiple Items

Adding a Reference Reason to a Posted Item

Maintaining Customer Account Balances

Understanding Customer Account Maintenance


Maintaining Customer Accounts Using the Automatic Maintenance Process (AR_AUTOMNT)

Maintaining Customer Accounts Using Worksheets

Reviewing Accounting Entries and Correcting Errors

Processing Refunds

Transferring Receivables


Common Elements Used to Transfer Receivables

Transferring Items to Another Customer or Business Unit

Transferring Doubtful Receivables

Reviewing and Updating Accounting Entries

Managing Drafts

Understanding Draft Processing


Common Elements Used to Manage Drafts

Entering Drafts into Receivables

Using Worksheets to Approve or Reject Drafts

Identifying Drafts Used as Collateral

Endorsing Drafts to Another Party

Remitting Drafts to the Bank

Dishonoring Drafts

Voiding Drafts

Canceling Draft Remittances

Reconciling Drafts on a Bank Statement

Unposting Drafts

Understanding How to Review and Correct Draft Accounting Entries

Reviewing Draft Information

Managing Direct Debits

Understanding Direct Debit Processing


Common Elements Used to Manage Direct Debits

Creating and Working with Direct Debits

Canceling Direct Debits

Remitting Direct Debits to the Bank

Reviewing Accounting Entries and Correcting Errors

Reviewing Direct Debits

Posting and Unposting in Receivables

Understanding Posting and Unposting

Setting Groups to Post

Running Receivables Update

Reviewing Posting Results

Correcting Posting Errors

Unposting Payments

Running the AR Rebate Notification Process

Using Commitment Control Processing in Receivables

Understanding Revenue Estimate Processing


Performing Commitment Control Processing

Processing Multiple Currencies in Receivables

Understanding Multicurrency Processing

Understanding Multicurrency Processing for Items

Understanding Multicurrency Processing for Payments

Understanding Realized Gain and Loss Processing

Understanding Multicurrency Processing for Statements, Dunning Letters, and Overdue Charges

Understanding Multicurrency Processing in History and Aging

Understanding Accounting Entries for Multicurrency Transactions


Revaluing Transactions

Using Document Sequencing in Receivables

Understanding Document Sequencing

Understanding Document Sequencing with Receivables Transactions

Changing Document Types and Document Sequence Numbers

Changing or Deleting Documents with Document Sequence Numbers

Understanding Tax Processing in Receivables

VAT in Receivables

Billing Integration for VAT Processing

VAT Calculation Types and Declaration Points

VAT Calculations for Advance Payments and On-Account Payments

VAT Adjustment for Advance Payments and On-Account Payments

VAT Calculations for Drafts and Direct Debits

VAT Calculations for Discounts

VAT Calculations for Write-Offs

VAT Adjustment for Write-Offs

VAT Calculations for Credits That Offset Debits

VAT Calculations for Credit Item Refunds

Prerequisite Setup for VAT Processing

(IND) Excise Duty, Sales Tax, and VAT Processing for India

(IND) Prerequisite Setup for Excise Duty, Sales Tax, and VAT Processing in India

Researching Customer Accounts

Common Elements Used to Research Customer Accounts

Maintaining Customer Contact Information

Reviewing Customer Account Information

Reviewing Additional Customer Account Information

Using the Interactive Customer Hierarchy Chart

Understanding the Interactive Customer Hierarchy Chart

Setting Up the Customer Hierarchy Chart

Viewing Information on the Customer Hierarchy Chart

Researching Receivables

Common Elements Used to Research Receivables

Reviewing Item Information

Reviewing Item Activity Information

Reviewing Receivables Activity for a Business Unit

Reviewing the Source Accounting Entries for Journal Lines

Using the Receivables WorkCenter

Understanding the Receivables WorkCenter

Using the Receivables WorkCenter – My Work

Using the Receivables WorkCenter – Links

Using the Receivables WorkCenter – Queries

Using the Receivables WorkCenter – Reports and Processes

Understanding Exception and Collection Processing

Deduction Processing

Dispute Processing

Default AR Specialist Hierarchy

Deduction and Disputed Item Splits

Collection Processing

Entering and Reviewing Conversations

Generating Correspondence Using Condition Monitor

Item Inclusion and Exclusion

Process Scheduling

Managing Credit, Collections, and Exceptions


Common Elements Used to Manage Credit, Collections, and Exceptions

Monitoring Conditions

Assigning Actions and Sending Notification

Managing Action Owner Assignments

Working with Actions

Generating Additional Workflow Notifications

Generating Risk Scores

Reviewing Conversations and Promises

Obtaining Dun & Bradstreet Information for a Customer

Aging Receivables Items

Understanding the Aging Application Engine Process


Common Element Used for Aging Receivables Items

Running the Aging Process

Generating Aging Reports

Generating Correspondence

Understanding Correspondence Generation

(NLD) Understanding Acceptgiro Form Printing

Generating Customer Statements

Running Balance Forward Statements the First Time

Generating Dunning Letters

Generating and Printing Follow-Up Letters

Reprinting Invoices

Generating Overdue Charges

Understanding Overdue Charges


Generating Overdue Charge Invoices

Using the Collections Workbench

Understanding the Collections Workbench

Using the Collections Workbench

Processing Service Purchase Invoices

Understanding Service Purchase Invoice Processing

Setting Up Service Purchase Processing in Receivables

Integrating with Pension Administration

Reviewing Service Purchase Pending Items in Receivables

Making Payments on Service Purchase Items

Canceling or Refunding Payments for Service Purchase Items

Viewing Service Purchase Transaction Details in Receivables

Resubmitting Service Purchase Messages

Processing Overdue Charges for Service Purchase Items

Using Payment Predictor with Service Purchase Items

Interfacing with U.S. Federal Systems

(USF) Referring Delinquent Items to the DMS

(USF) Submitting Transactions Between Agencies Using the IPAC System

(USF) Reclassifying Receivables Accounting Entries, Direct Journal Accounting Entries, and Open Items

(USF) Tracking Memo Status Changes

Writing Off By ChartFields

Treasury Report on Receivables (TROR) and Debt Collection Activities

Generating the 1099-C Report

(USF) Creating Federal Customer Statements

Archiving Transactions

Understanding Data Types Available for Archiving

Understanding Archive Objects Definitions, Query Definitions, and Template Definitions

Archiving Data

Generating Archive Candidate Reports

Restoring Archived Data

Clearing Receivables Transaction Tables

Using SQL to Clear Receivables Transaction Tables

Using OLAP Tools to Analyze Receivables Data

Understanding OLAP Cubes

Planning the OLAP Database

Preparing Trees and Queries

Building the Cube

Analyzing Cube Data

Configuring Batch Processes

Configuring Temporary Tables for Batch Processing

Receivables Web Libraries

Understanding Web Libraries

Receivables Web Libraries

Delivered Workflows for Receivables

Delivered Workflows for Receivables

Receivables Reports

Receivables Reports: A to Z

Receivables Selected Reports

Report Samples

FAQS in Oracle Apps Financials Functional

For Better Understanding of Your Oracle Apps Financials Functional Training Sessions We have Developed the Training Contents in Sessions.

Cost: $1,500.00

Session 1
• Introduction to ERP
• Versions in Oracle Apps
• Modules in Oracle Application
• What is Implementation Process

Session 2
General Ledger
• Introduction to GL Module
• Key Flex Fields
• Segments
• Design Charts of Accounts
• Value Sets
• Define Currency and Calendar

Session 3
• Define Ledger
• Open/Close Periods
• Creation of Journals
• Reverse Journals
• Journal Batch
• Recurring Journals
• Suspense Journals
• Statistical Journals

Session 4
• Mass Allocation
• Inter-company Journals
• Journal Approval Process
• Tax Journals and Budgets

Session 5
• Translation
• Reporting Currency
• Revaluation

Session 6
• Consolidation
• Cross Validation Rules

Session 7
• Standard Report (Trail Balance)
• FSG (Financial Statement Generator)

Session 8
• Account Alias
• Security Rules
• Access Set

Session 9
• Financial Option
• Overview of Procure to Pay Process
• Purchasing Options

Session 10
• Requisitions
• Document Types
• Quotations and Auto Create Quotation

Session 11
• RFQs and Auto Create RFQs
• Purchase Order and Auto Create Purchase Order
• Matching Options and Receipt Routing Methods

Session 12
• Receiving Options
• Flex fields
• Setup Item Category Values
• Defining Master Item

Session 13
• Assign Item to Organization
• View Item on hand Quantity
• Define UN Numbers

Session 14
Accounts Payables
• Payable Options
• Financial Options
• Accounting Periods
• Payable System Setups

Session 15
• Payment Terms
• Distribution Sets, Banks Creation
• Payment Format
• Bank Account Creation
• Bank Branch Creation
• Supplier

Session 16
• Standard Invoice
• Debit Memo
• Credit Memo,
• Prepayment Invoice
• Quick Match

Session 17
• Withholding Tax, Payment
• PO Match, Invoice Batch
• Auto Create Invoice
• Invoice Created Against PO
• Employee Expense Reports

Session 18
• Multi Organization Access
• Defining Multi Org Structure
• System Holds, Manual Holds

Session 19
Accounts Receivables
• Key Flex Fields, Sales Tax Location, Territory
• Statement Cycle, System Options
• Remittance to Address, Payment Terms
• Introduction to Dunning Letters, Collectors

Session 20
• Customers, Auto Cash Role Set, Customer Profile Class
• Customer Bank Creation, Transaction Types
• Credit Memo Invoice
• Auto Accounting
• Guarantee Invoice
• Auto Accounting
• Guarantee Invoice
• Debit Memo Invoice
• Invoice Rules
• Receipts
• Receivables Activities

Session 21
• Miscellaneous Receipts
• Remittance Receipts
• Customer Refund Adjustments

Session 22
Fixed Assets
• Flex Field, System Controls
• Financial Year Calendar, Values
• Prorate Conversion Calendar
• Depreciation Calendar

Session 23
• Book Controls, Depreciation Methods
• Asset Books, Asset Categories, Changes
• Asset Transfer, Revaluation
• Create Accounting, Mass Additions
• Retirement

Session 24
Cash Management
• System Parameters
• Reconciliation, Bank Statements

Session 25
• Forecasting Vs Reconciliation
• Bank Charges, Bank Transfer
• Introduction to HRMS
• FAQS in Oracle Apps Financials Functional

Refund Policy

A student has the right to cancel the initial enrollment agreement until midnight of the 5th business day after the student has been admitted. If the right to cancel is not given to any prospective student at the time the agreement is signed, then the student has the right to cancel the agreement at any time and receive a refund on all monies paid to date within thirty (30) days of cancellation.

A student who cancels their agreement by midnight of the 5th business day after the student has been admitted, but prior to the first day of a term for which they registered will receive 100 percent refund of their deposit paid. A student who cancels their agreement any time following five (5) calendar days after being admitted or after the first day of a term will receive no refund of their deposit paid except for students enrolled in a class, who shall receive a full refund of the deposit paid.

With respect to tuition paid:

If a student withdraws before the first day of classes, all tuition shall be refunded.
If a student withdraws on the first day of classes for a one-day class, no tuition reimbursement shall be provided.
If a student withdraws on or after the first day of classes for a class that is more than one day, and less than 5% of the Program has been completed, 80% of tuition paid will be returned.
If a student withdraws on or after the first day of classes for a class that is more than one day, and more than 5% of the course has been completed, the Starter League may retain an amount computed pro-rata by days in class plus 10% of tuition up to completion of 60% of course of instruction.
If a student withdraws after completing more than 60% of a course of instruction, the Starter League may retain the entire tuition.

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