R12.2 Oracle E-Business Tax Fundamentals Ed 3


R12.2 Oracle E-Business Tax Fundamentals Ed 3 Certification Training Course Overview

New version R12.2 Oracle E-Business Tax Fundamentals Ed 3 is now available.

The R12.2 Oracle E-Business Tax Fundamentals Training and Certification Course are suited for individuals who know how to implement Oracle E-Business Suite Release 12 or Oracle E-Business Suite 12.1. This course introduces you to the new features of Oracle E-Business Tax including setting up a tax model and applying the tax to a transaction with the help of Oracle Tax Simulator and other e-business suite applications.

Who should do R12.2 Oracle E-Business Tax Fundamentals Training?

  • End Users
  • Functional Implementer

Oracle exam can be taken from home.

R12.2 Oracle E-Business Tax Fundamentals Ed 3 Course schedule & Prices

Schedule & Prices
Course Details Schedule
Live Virtual Classroom (Instructor-Led)
Duration : 3 Days (6 Days for 4 Hours/Day)
Fee : USD 1,500 (Includes Taxes) 



July
8 Hours/Day
06-08
12-14
13-15
20-22
06-13
12-18
13-20
20-27
August
8 Hours/Day
03-05
09-11
10-12
17-19
03-10
09-15
10-17
17-24
September
8 Hours/Day
07-09
13-15
14-16
21-23
07-14
13-19
14-21
21-28
Fly-Me-a-Trainer
Duration : 3 Days
Fee : On Request
Client's Location
As per mutual convenience
Classroom Training (Available: London, Dubai, India, Sydney, Vancouver)
Duration : 3 Days
Fee : On Request
On Request

Enquire Now




Input symbols

Course Prerequisites
  • No formal pre-requisites for this course.

Upon Completion of this Course, you will accomplish the following:

  • Use the Oracle Tax Simulator to verify the tax configuration
  • Have a thorough understanding of E-Business Tax
  • Set up tax exemptions, rules & configuration
  • Translate tax regulations into a set of tax rules for tax determination
  • Understand configuration owners, how Release 11i tax data migrates to E-Business Tax
  • Understand tax handling on transactions, tax recovery processing, use and content of party tax profiles & use of fiscal classifications in tax rules