Oracle R12 and Fusion – one or multiple Operating Units?
For any implementation or solution , this question always there, how many operating unit / Business units. There are always different sceanarios and different module involve to make decision more difficult or need to though through. I find this white paper very useful for this purpose and sharing for your knowledge.
some more white papers or useful articles on Tax and Oracle EBS – http://www.ebizanswers.net/resources/white-papers/
Oracle Approvals Management (AME) is a self‐service Web application that enables you to define business rules governing the process for approving transactions in Oracle applications that have integrated AME.
Here is very simplified way to explain AME and its usage in Oracle R12
Videos links are here-
Oracle Approvals Management (AME) to Enhance Organizational Productivity
Oracle Apps Training – Configure AME Roles in R12
OUM currenet release 6.3 provides support for Application Implementation, Cloud Application Services Implementation, and Software Upgrade projects as well as the complete range of technology projects
OUM provides an implementation approach that is rapid, broadly adaptive, and business-focused. OUM includes a comprehensive project and program management framework and materials.
The Oracle Unified Method provides guidance for: • Project Management • Enterprise IT Strategy, Architecture, and Governance • Business Requirements Collection and Analysis • Mapping and Configuration • Design • Implementation • Technical Architecture • Testing • Performance Management • Data Acquisition and Conversion • Documentation • Organizational Change Management • Training • Transition • Operations and Support
YouTbe Vidoe – OUM brief Walkthrough – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u5DeyW7X-LA
Supposed that there is a service type company, they have received whole money from their customer, but they have not provided the whole service finally. The whole service will be provided within 12 months from current month. Against accrual basis concept, the company can’t recognize revenue for the whole money amount to current month, even though they received whole money in current month.
Multi Period Accounting (MPA) enables users to create accounting for a single accounting event for more than one GL period. This functionality is primarily used to recognize revenue or a prepaid expense across multiple GL periods.
Within Multi Period Accounting, application provides different ways to Prorate the amounts.
- First Period
- Days In Period
- Total Days In Period
- 360 Days
The Amount prorated depends on the Proration Type.
Here are some of documentation for further deep dive :
Slidershare presentation – http://www.slideshare.net/prithis/multiperiod-accounting-in-oracle-ebs-r12 ( By Prithis Das )
Deep Dive blogs articles – http://www.yunning.net/blog/?s=mpa&submit=Search
R12: Subledger Accounting: White Paper Explaining Different Proration Types in Multi Period Accounting – https://support.oracle.com/epmos/faces/DocumentDisplay?id=1915795.1
Here i like to share, a Video series made by Kabir Khan ( aclnz.com ) . He did superb job in explaining and outlining Oracle Functional consultant job profile and expectations etc
– By the end of this Video Series you will be able to:
— Where to start?
— Choosing Functional Career Paths
— Aligning previous experience
— Functional specialization and integration
— Answer common queries on Functional Career
— Transaction Cycle, Setup and Implementation
— Technical Knowledge
— Looking for roles and applying for jobs
*He provides training and other services , but I don’t know about those so this video sharing is my personal thought on this video series only*
Here is Very detailed PPT on Oracle Purchasing
Oracle Purchasing is a comprehensive procurement solution designed to help purchasing professionals to manage the procurement process at Right Price and in Right time and to develop strategic supplier relationships.
direct download here – Document Here