R12.2.9 Oracle Warehouse Management Fundamentals Course Overview

R12.2.9 Oracle Warehouse Management Fundamentals Course Overview

The R12.2.9 Oracle Warehouse Management Fundamentals course is a comprehensive program designed to educate learners on the Oracle Warehouse Management System (WMS). This course covers the entire spectrum of warehouse operations, from inbound and outbound logistics to warehousing strategies, through a series of structured modules and lessons.

In Module 1, participants are introduced to the core concepts of warehouse management, including the dynamics of inbound and outbound logistics, value-added services, material control, and foundational terminology.

Module 2 delves into the details of inbound logistics such as receiving material, understanding receiving flows, cost groups, and the intricacies of put-away rules and the Advanced Task Framework (ATF).

Module 3 focuses on warehousing features like compliance label printing, task management, distributed warehouse management, mobile personalization, and labor management.

In Module 4, the course explores outbound logistics, discussing pick methods, picking tasks, advanced pick load, replenishment, catch weight, and the processes of consolidation, cartonization, packing, and shipping.

Finally, Module 5 is dedicated to wave planning, teaching how to create, plan, release, monitor a wave, and the important implementation considerations.

By partaking in this Oracle WMS training, learners will gain a robust understanding of the Oracle WMS, empowering them to effectively manage warehouse operations and optimize the supply chain process.

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Course Prerequisites

To ensure a successful learning experience in the R12.2.9 Oracle Warehouse Management Fundamentals course, the following minimum prerequisites are recommended:


  • Basic understanding of inventory management and warehousing concepts.
  • Familiarity with enterprise resource planning (ERP) and supply chain management principles.
  • Some experience with or exposure to Oracle E-Business Suite or other ERP software is beneficial, though not mandatory.
  • Knowledge of standard business practices related to material handling and distribution.
  • Ability to navigate through and perform basic operations on a computer.

Please note that while these prerequisites are intended to provide a foundation for the course material, our trainers are experienced in helping participants from various backgrounds grasp the concepts and apply them effectively.


Target Audience for R12.2.9 Oracle Warehouse Management Fundamentals

The R12.2.9 Oracle Warehouse Management Fundamentals course is tailored for professionals involved in logistics and warehouse management.


  • Warehouse Managers and Supervisors
  • Inventory Managers and Analysts
  • Operations Managers within a warehouse or distribution center
  • Supply Chain Analysts
  • Logistics Coordinators/Managers
  • ERP Systems Analysts and Consultants
  • IT Professionals working on Oracle Warehouse Management Systems (WMS)
  • Oracle Applications Functional Implementers
  • Business Analysts interested in WMS functionalities
  • Project Managers overseeing warehouse management system implementations
  • Procurement Officers with a focus on inbound logistics
  • Shipping and Receiving Clerks seeking advancement
  • Material Handlers and Stock Control Clerks
  • Quality Assurance Specialists in the warehousing sector
  • Process Improvement Analysts in the supply chain domain
  • Order Fulfillment Specialists
  • Production Planners who interact with warehouse processes
  • Transportation Coordinators who work closely with outbound logistics


Learning Objectives - What you will Learn in this R12.2.9 Oracle Warehouse Management Fundamentals?

Introduction to Course Learning Outcomes:

Gain in-depth knowledge of Oracle Warehouse Management (WMS) R12.2.9, covering the essentials of inbound and outbound logistics, warehousing, wave planning, and value-added services.

Learning Objectives and Outcomes:

  • Understand the core concepts of inbound logistics, including receiving materials, understanding receiving flows, and the role of cost groups.
  • Learn how to manage put-away strategies effectively using Oracle WMS, including the use of put-away rules.
  • Gain proficiency in Oracle WMS's Advanced Task Framework (ATF) for optimizing warehouse tasks.
  • Master the warehousing features such as compliance label printing, task management, and distributed warehouse management.
  • Develop skills for customizing mobile applications for warehouse activities and understanding labor management within Oracle WMS.
  • Acquire a solid understanding of outbound logistics, including pick methods, rules, and the execution of picking tasks.
  • Explore advanced features such as pick load, replenishment strategies, and catch weight management.
  • Learn about consolidation, cartonization, and packing processes to optimize shipping and delivery.
  • Understand the principles of wave planning, including wave creation, planning, release, and monitoring, along with real-world implementation considerations.
  • Apply knowledge through practical examples and scenarios, preparing for effective management and optimization of warehouse operations using Oracle WMS R12.2.9.