R12.2 Oracle Order Management Fundamentals/1Z0-521


R12.2 Oracle Order Management Fundamentals Certification Training Course Overview

R12.2 Oracle Order Management Essentials training defines on how to comprehensive the elementary command captures and order fulfillment flows that Oracle Order Management permits. Contribute in practical events to set original skills; use the functionality defined in the class and apply it to our regular occupation.


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R12.2 Oracle Order Management Fundamentals Course schedule & Prices

Schedule & Prices
Course Details Schedule
Live Virtual Classroom (Instructor-Led)
Duration : 4 Days (8 Days for 4 Hours/Day)
Fee : USD 2,000 (Includes Taxes)



June

8 Hours/Day
01-04
07-10
08-11
22-25
29-02
01-10
07-16
08-17
22-01
29-08
July

8 Hours/Day
06-09
12-15
13-16
20-23
06-15
12-21
13-22
20-29
August

8 Hours/Day
03-06
09-12
10-13
17-20
03-12
09-18
10-19
17-26
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Duration : 4 Days
Fee : On Request
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Duration : 4 Days
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Course Prerequisites

  • E-Business Suite Fundamentals for Implementers
  •  Navigating Oracle Applications

 



  •  End Handlers and Functional Implementer
  • Generate and use price lists, modifiers, qualifiers, and price books.
  • Clarify shipping flows within the order-to-cash lifecycle. Set up and use shipping entities to perform shipping-related activities.
  • Set up numerous organization access control for Oracle Order Management.
  • Define sub inventories, units of portion, and items. Define item orderability rules.
  • Describe user defined attributes for orders and lines.
  • Describe clients, invoice information, and credit checking.
  • Clarify tax-related setup steps. Set up profile options and system parameters.
  • Set up contribution out constraints, defaulting rules, and transaction types. Use scheduling and workflow. Describe holds.
  • Purge orders. Achieve exceptions. Accomplish the order-to-cash lifecycle with diverse order types