R12.x Oracle Order Management Fundamentals

Overview


In this course, you will learn about the basic order capture and order fulfillment flows that Oracle Order Management facilitates. You will also know how to perform setup steps, including transaction type, document sequence, order import, and hold setup, that enable these flows. After completing this course you will learn how to perform required Oracle Receivables setup steps, including how to create customers, payment terms, and territories, and how to define credit checking.

Course Objective:

  • Set up Oracle Order Management
  • Manage exceptions and holds
  • Use key order flows
  • Set up Shipping Execution and basic Pricing functionality

Target Audience:

  • End User
  • Implementer
This course prepares you for Exam 1Z0-521. Download Course Contents
Schedule & Prices
Course Details Schedule
Classroom Training*
Duration : 4 Days
Fee :  London: £5,500, Dubai : $2,750 , India : $2,069


December
16-19 (Delhi)
17-20 (London)
23-26 (Chennai)
23-26 (Dubai)
23-26 (London)
29-01 (Dubai)
30-02 (Bangalore)
30-02 (Chennai)
January
20-23 (Delhi)
21-24 (London)
27-30 (Chennai)
27-30 (Dubai)
27-30 (London)
February
03-06 (Bangalore)
17-20 (Delhi)
24-27 (Chennai)
24-27 (London)
March
02-05 (Bangalore)
Instructor-Led Online Training
Duration : 4 Days
Fee :  $3,100


December
16-19
17-20
23-26
29-01
30-02
January
20-23
21-24
27-30
February
03-06
17-20
24-27
March
02-05
Fly-Me-a-Trainer
Duration : 4 Days
Fee : On Request
Client's Location
As per mutual convenience

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  • Define item orderability rules
  • Explain shipping flows within the order-to-cash lifecycle
  • Set up and use shipping entities to perform shipping-related activities
  • Set up multiple organization access control for Oracle Order Management
  • Define subinventories, units of measure, and items
  • Create available-to-promise rules
  • Define customers, invoice information, and credit checking
  • Explain tax-related setup steps
  • Set up profile options and system parameters
  • Set up processing constraints, defaulting rules, and transaction types
  • Use scheduling and workflow
  • Create and use price lists, modifiers, qualifiers, and price books
  • Define holds, Purge orders, Manage exceptions
  • Execute the order-to-cash lifecycle with different order types