Oracle 11i - The Newest & Complete Package

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Oracle 11i - The Newest & Complete Package

Post  legolas on Thu Sep 04, 2008 10:50 pm

Course Name:
*Oracle 11i Financial Consolidation Hub Fundamentals Ed1 D47548GC10 size = 35 MB
*Oracle 11i Purchasing Fundamentals Ed 1 D17434GC10 size = 15 MB
*Oracle 11i Project Management Fundamentals Ed3 D17129GC30 size = 13 MB
*Oracle 11i Advanced Pricing Fundamentals D17037GC20 size = 18 MB
*Oracle 11i Oracle Payables Fundamentals Ed. 3.2 D16810GC32 size = 9 MB
*Oracle 11i Inventory Management Fundamentals Ed 2 D16356GC20 size = 10 MB
*Oracle 11i System Administrator Fundamentals Ed 3 D14411GC30 size = 16 MB


Oracle 11i Financial Consolidation Hub Fundamentals Ed1 D47548GC10
What you will learn:
In this course, students learn, at the summary level, about implementation considerations and set-up steps related to performing financial consolidations with financial reporting for a single company or a company with multiple subsidiaries.
Students become familiar with the concepts and benefits of financial consolidation using Financial Consolidation Hub (FCH). This is a different process than the Oracle General Ledger consolidation. Students learn the basic security set up for users of FCH. Students also learn to build the infrastructure that models the companies and organizations making up a multi faceted enterprise. Within this model, students learn to define the structures that make up the common framework for the consolidation of companies using multiple currencies, calendars and even different accounting rules. Students are introduced to many of the common ways consolidations are performed and the accounting problems that are solved in the process. After building the required consolidation rules and running the consolidation, students see a wide range of reports that are delivered and then learn how to setup and run them.
Learn to:
* Identify steps required to prepare data coming from many different sources for financial consolidation.
* Understand the necessary elements required to define the accounting calendar, currency translation and chart of accounts structure needed for data standardization
* Understand how to model the companies and organizations (Entities) to be consolidated with a consolidation hierarchy.
* Generate standard financial reports using FCH and EPB.
* Prepare consolidation rules and submit them for processing.

Course Objectives:
* Understand and setup the required meta data infrastructure for the Enterprise Performance Foundation (12 tasks).
* Learn the three types of Entities and their use in the consolidation hierarchy.
* Create Entities from Oracle General Ledger and other sources.
* Model the chart of accounts using the global value set combination and the value set map.
* Map different accounting calendars to a standardized calendar.
* Set up the translation of currencies using Daily Rates, Historical rates, Period Rates and the rate types.
* Load data from Oracle General Ledger or other sources into FEM_BALANCES.
* Build validation and transformation rules for the submitted data.
* Understand categories and how to use them for consolidation processing.
* Setup Inter- and Intra company rules for required eliminations during consolidation processing.
* Define Consolidation Methods and understand their uses.
* Build the consolidation rules and tasks used for the consolidation.
* Run, monitor and debug the consolidation process.
* Generate reports from the seeded report definitions
* Develop and run reports using Enterprise Planning and Budgeting tools.
* Set up security for users of the FCH systems.


Oracle 11i Purchasing Fundamentals Ed 1 D17434GC10
What you will learn:
In this course, participants learn how to set up and use Oracle Purchasing to manage the purchasing process. There are hands-on exercises, through which the participants learn how to manage suppliers, create and maintain request for quotations and quotations and manage the approved supplier list. Participants will also learn how to create requisitions and purchase orders and apply document security, routing and approval methods. Finally, students will learn how to enter and manage receipts.

Course Objectives:
* Create purchase requisitions
* Create standard, blanket and contract purchase documents
* Understand how to use the auto create window, Create Releases program and the PO
* Create Documents Work flow process to automate document creation
* Create Standard, Express, Cascade receipts, Substitute receipts, Returns and Corrections
* Set up Pay on Receipt
* Define document approval and routing process
* Define document security and access levels
* Understand the Period Close process for Purchasing
* Understand Purchasing administration
* Describe how the Purchasing process fits into the Procure to Pay life cycle
* Define item categories
* Define Items
* Define and maintain suppliers
* Create request for quotations
* Set up and use an approved supplier list and sourcing rules

Oracle 11i Project Management Fundamentals Ed3 D17129GC30
What you will learn:
In this course, students will learn about the implementation of 11i Oracle Project Management. The course encompasses key setup considerations, from implementing issue and change management to defining budgets and forecasts, managing progress, and explains some of the impacts of implementation decisions. Students will learn through the use of tutorials, supplemented with guided demonstrations and hands on practices.
Oracle Project Management provides project managers the visibility and control they need to deliver their projects successfully, improve profitability, and operate more efficiently. Project managers can look to a single source of enterprise project information to manage the project through its life cycle-from planning, through execution, to completion. Oracle Project Management is part of the Oracle Enterprise Project Management solution. Oracle Enterprise Project Management provides a set of applications that help companies deliver global projects by integrating and managing project information. It enables all persons at all levels of the enterprise to participate and collaborate on the projects at appropriate levels in a centralized environment.

Course Objectives:
* Set up 11i Oracle Project Management
* Identify the features of Oracle Project Management
* Describe the relationship between Oracle Project Management and Oracle Project Collaboration
* Understand the impacts of key implementation decisions

Oracle 11i Advanced Pricing Fundamentals D17037GC20
What you will learn:
Oracle Advanced Pricing supports e-business applications by providing a flexible pricing engine that executes pricing and promotional calculations for Oracle Order Management and other Oracle Applications. Advanced Pricing provides the flexibility to meet the needs of complex pricing situations for a range of industry business requirements including: consumer goods, telecommunications, services, high technology, automotive, and aerospace/defense businesses that sell to other businesses; and, telemarketing, mail order catalog, and web store businesses that sell directly to consumers.
In this course, students learn about the following Advanced Pricing features and concepts: generic setup steps, pricing security, qualifiers, modifiers, price lists, formulas, modifiers, attribute management, and troubleshooting.
* Set up and use price lists with pricing lines to define item and/or item category prices.
* Learn how to use modifiers to set up price adjustments (for example, discounts and surcharges), benefits (for example, free goods, coupons) and freight and special charges.

Course Objectives:
* Explain Advanced Pricing
* Describe Generic Implementation Setup
* Describe Setup of Pricing Security
* Explain Qualifiers and Qualifier Groups
* Describe Price Lists
* Define Formulas
* Explain Modifiers
* Describe Attribute Management Integration
* Explain Diagnostics and Troubleshooting

Oracle 11i Oracle Payables Fundamentals Ed. 3.2 D16810GC32
What you will learn:
In this course, participants learn how to set up and use Oracle Payables to manage the accounts payable process. Participants learn how to manage suppliers, process invoices as well as payments and generate key reports. Participants also learn how to approve invoices for payment, process stop and void payments, setup bank accounts and process payment batches. Finally, the students learn how to close accounts payable periods and transfer accounting details to the general ledger.
Participants will learn how the Payables application fits into Oracle’s e-Business Suite of applications. This is accomplished through a series of tutorials, supplemented with hands-on exercises.
* Describe how the payables process fits into the Oracle eBusiness suite of applications
* Import/Enter invoices and invoice distributions
* Identify Payables integration points
* Apply prepayments and advances
* Define suppliers and supplier sites
* Identify key reports

Course Objectives:
* Identify the key areas in the Payables process
* Understand how Oracle products use supplier information
* Import invoices or invoice information to create invoices in Payables
* Enter invoices using Quick Invoices
* Use the Payment Workbench
* Set up bank accounts
* Enter expense report templates
* Apply advances
* Describe the period closing process in Payables and Purchasing
* Reconcile accounts payable transactions for the period
* Set up supplier tax information
* Identify tax types, tax codes, and tax groups
* Identify the withholding tax process
* Process automatic withholding tax invoices
* Understand the Payables process flow within the Oracle eBusiness suite of applications

Oracle 11i Inventory Management Fundamentals Ed 2 D16356GC20
What you will learn:
This class focuses on the features, functions and benefits of the Oracle Inventory application. Students will learn how to set up items, how to use the various inventory controls available, how to do transactions, transfers, and inventory moves, inventory replenishment, cycle counting and physical inventory. Students will also learn where Inventory fits in the overall enterprise structure.
This course reflects the logical flow of the processes involved in inventory management. For example, this course covers defining items, receiving items, issuing items, and replenishing items in the same order. The exercises in this course provide hands-on experience on using Oracle Inventory to perform many of the processing and inquiry transactions such as receiving, moving, replenishing inventory items, and generating count tags for physical inventories. The hands-on exercises also help you understand how to use mobile devices to perform transactions such as cycle counting and inventory replenishment.
* Set up organizations that correspond to your business units in Oracle Applications.
* Perform inventory replenishment.
* Define inventory items for Oracle Supply Chain Applications.
* Perform ABC classification and cycle count.
* Perform inventory transactions.
* Use mobile devices to perform inventory transactions.

Course Objectives:
* Define and maintain a cycle count
* Understand performing inventory transactions using a mobile device
* Understand the planning and replenishment methods available in Oracle Inventory including min-max planning, reorder-point planning, replenishment counting, and Kanban replenishment
* Understand the overall inventory process in Oracle Inventory
* Understand the structure of an inventory organization in Oracle Inventory
* Understand the role of an item-master organization
* Define items in Oracle Inventory
* Learn to implement locator, revision, serial, and lot control for items, and perform transactions for such items
* Understand the concept of move orders
* Perform inventory transactions such as subinventory transfer and inter organization transfer
* Set up shipping networks between inventory organizations and understand the significance of direct shipment and intransit shipment
* Create an ABC ranking of items to be used in cycle counting and potentially in determining safety stock levels


Oracle 11i System Administrator Fundamentals Ed 3 D14411GC30
What you will learn:
In this course students learn concepts and functions that are critical to the System Administrator role. Students learn information useful for implementing and managing the 11i E-Business Suite. Tasks covered include setting up security and user management, concurrent processing, profiles, and workflows; students also learn how to personalize Oracle E-Business Suite Forms and HTML pages. In addition, students learn how to monitor and audit an E-Business Suite system. The System Administrator Fundamentals course is a part of the Learning Path for Implementation Consultants and provides the foundation needed to effectively control security and ensure smooth operations for an E-Business Suite installation. Demonstrations and hands-on practice reinforce the fundamental concepts.
* Effectively control security
* Monitor and audit applications
* Understand User Management set up
* Utilize profile options to enhance security

Course Objectives:
* Understand and implement function security
* Manage the Oracle E-Business Suite using Oracle Applications Manager
* Understand Oracle Workflow concepts, components, and implementation
* Personalize an Oracle E-Business Suite Form using Form Personalization
* Personalize an Oracle Applications Framework page
* Define and administer concurrent managers
* Manage concurrent programs
* Understand and implement Oracle User Management
* Manage printers and printing
* Understand auditing functionality
* Understand selected DBA duties with the Oracle E-Business Suite
* Manage profile options
* Describe data security
* Administer folders
* Incorporate custom help files
* Manage document sequences


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