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Oracle Supply Chain Management (SCM) fundamentally coordinates and mechanizes all key production network exercises beginning from configuration, arranging, and acquisition to assembling and fulfillment. It relies on how the organization or Line supervisors wanting to utilize these application module in their business line.

What you will learn in this Training?

Organizational Structure
Order Management

Who should take this Oracle Apps SCM Training Course?

  • Programming engineers
  • BI and Data Warehousing experts
  • Oracle Apps Technical Consultants
  • Functional Analysts 

What are the prerequisites for taking this Course?

There are no specific essentials for learning SCM.  The fact that having earlier learning of Oracle apps can be helpful.

Why should you go for the Oracle SCM Training Course?

  • Proven solutions that have shorter implementation times which means quicker ROI
  • Pre-integrated applications on common architecture leading to lower administrative costs
  • Best-in-class solutions provide advanced capabilities that create more value
  • Standards-based architecture lowers total cost of ownership


Navigating in R12 Oracle Applications
Log in to Oracle Applications
Navigate from Personal Home Page to Applications
Choose a responsibility
Create Favorites and set Preferences
Use Forms and Menus
Enter data using Forms
Search for data using Forms
Access online Help
Run and monitor Reports and Programs
Log out of Oracle Applications
Introduction to Oracle Applications R12
Explain the footprint of R12 E-Business Suite
Describe the benefits of R12 E-Business Suite

Describe R12 E-Business Suite architecture

Shared Entities and Integration
Explain shared entities within R12 E-Business Suite
Describe key integration points and business flows between products in E-Business Suite (EBS)
Identify Key Business Flows and products involved in E-Business Suite (EBS)

Fundamentals of Flexfields

Describe Flexfields and their components
Identify the steps to implement a Flexfield
Define value sets and values
Define Key Flexfields
Define Descriptive Flexfields

Fundamentals of Multi-Org

Define Multiple Organization (Multi-Org)
Describe the types of organizations supported in the Multi-Org model
Explain the entities of Multi-Org
Explain how Multi-Org secures data
Identify key implementation considerations for Multi-Org
Define Multi-Org Access Control
Explain Multi-Org preferences
Explain Enhanced Multiple-Organization Reporting
Explain the concepts of subledger accounting

Fundamentals of Workflow and Alerts

Explain Workflow concepts
Describe the benefits of Workflow

R12 Oracle Inventory

Overview of Oracle Inventory
Receiving Inventory
Transferring Inventory
On-hand and Availability
Issuing Inventory
Inventory Accuracy
Discussing Inventory Application Integration
Defining Inventory Organizations
Overview of Inventory Structure
Setting up the Inventory Organization Structure
Defining Organization Parameters
Defining Subinventories and Locators
Units of Measure
Defining Units of Measure
Defining and Maintaining Items
Defining Items Process
Using Item Templates
Assigning Items to Organizations
Categories, Category Sets, and Catalogs
Deleting Items
Lot and Serial Control
Setting up Lot Control
Maintaining Serial Information
Maintaining Lot and Serial Genealogy
Transaction Setup
Defining Transaction Types
Defining Picking Rules
Defining Account Aliases
Opening and Closing Accounting Periods
Setting up Move Orders
Material Shortage Alerts and Notifications
Issuing and Transferring Material
Managing Receipts
Performing Transactions
Performing Move Orders
Performing Mobile Transactions
Managing Shipments
On-hand and Availability
Using the Material Workbench
Creating Available to Promise Rules
Managing Reservations
Material Status Control
Material Status Setup
Inventory Replenishment
Defining Replenishment
Inventory Forecasting Methods
Replenishment Counting
Inventory Accuracy Fundamentals
Defining Counting
ABC Analysis
Cycle Counting
Physical Inventory

R12 Oracle Purchasing

Procure To Pay Lifecycle Overview
Understanding Procure to Pay Lifecycle
Understanding Oracle Procure to Pay Process
Oracle Purchasing Overview
Understanding Purchasing Process
Requisition to Purchase Order
Overview of the Ordering Process
The Receiving Process
Purchasing Integration
Enterprise Structure – Locations, Organizations, and Items
Understanding the Enterprise Structure
Defining Locations
Defining Inventory Organizations
Establishing Inventory Parameters
Creating Units of Measure
Creating a Purchasing Category
Item Attributes Defining and Maintaining Items
Describing and Using Category Sets


Overview of Suppliers
Entering Supplier Information
Defining Supplier Site Information
Managing Suppliers
Running Supplier Reports
Understanding Financial Options
Defining Supplier Profile Options
RFQs and Quotations
Request for Quotation Lifecycle
Creating and Maintaining Requests for Quotation
Creating a Supplier List
Understanding Quotations Lifecycle
Creating and Maintaining Quotations
Sending Notifications
Defining RFQ and Quotations Profile Options
Approved Supplier Lists and Sourcing Rules
Creating Approved Supplier Lists
Understanding Supplier Statuses
Understanding Supplier-Commodity/Item Attributes
Understanding ASL Precedence
Defining Sourcing Profile Options for Approvals
Understanding the Requisition Lifecycle
Requisition Structure
Creating and Maintaining Requisitions
Supplier Item Catalog
Creating Requisition Templates
Running Requisition Reports
Defining Requisition Profile Options

Purchase Orders

Understanding Purchase Order Types
Purchase Order Components and Record Structure
Creating Standard Purchase Orders
Creating Contract Purchase Agreements
Revising Purchase Orders
Maintaining Purchase Orders
Identifying Key Reports
Creating Global Agreements
Automatic Document Creation
Understanding AutoCreate
Creating Purchase Documents from Requisitions
Modifying Requisition Lines
Running the Create Releases Program
Understanding the PO Create Documents workflow
Receiving Locations
Receipt Routing
Receipt Processing Methods
Receiving Tolerances
Entering Returns and Corrections
Overview of Pay on Receipt
Running Reports
Defining Profile Options
Professional Buyers Work Center
Learning Business Benefits of the Buyers Work Center
Understanding Requisitions in the Buyers Work Center
Creating a Purchase Order in the Buyers Work Center
Purchase Agreements in the Buyers Work Center
Creating a Personalized Requisition View
Understanding Implementation Considerations

Using Document Styles

Creating a Purchase Agreement in the Buyers Work Center
Document Security, Routing and Approval
Document Security and Access Levels
Document Approval - Jobs and Positions
Creating Position Approval Hierarchies
Defining Document Security Levels
Creating Approval Groups
Defining Document Access Levels
Using Oracle Workflow for Requisitions and Purchase Order Approvals
Running the Fill Employee Hierarchy Process
Purchasing Accounting

Overview of Purchasing Accounting

Closing the PO Period
Using foreign currency
Purchasing Accounting Implementation Considerations
Setup options
Accrual Reconciliation Process
Setup Steps
Setting Up Document Sequences
Setting Up Key Profile Options
Setting Up Descriptive Flexfields
Defining Purchase Order Matching and Tax Tolerances
Defining Approval Groups and Assignments
Defining Purchasing Options
Setting Up Sourcing Rules and Assignments
Performing Additional System Administration
Purchasing Administration
Maintaining Oracle Purchasing Database Records
Using Mass Update on Purchasing Documents
Using Purchasing MassCancel
Using Mass Close of Purchasing Documents
Understanding Purge
Running the Purchasing Concurrent Processes

R12 Order Management

Overview of Oracle Order Management
Overview of Oracle Order Management
What is Oracle Order Management?
Order Capture and Order Fulfillment
Oracle Order Management Capabilities
Order to Cash Lifecycle
Integration with Other Products

Multiple Organization Access Control Setup

Organization Structure in Oracle Applications
Multi-Org Access Control (MOAC)
Using MOAC in Oracle Order Management
Setting Up MOAC
Oracle Inventory Setup for Oracle Order Management
Receipt to Issue Lifecycle
Inventory Organizations
Setting Up Locations
Inter-organization Shipping Networks
Unit of Measure Conversions
Order Management Item Attributes
Item Relationships
Oracle Receivables Setup for Oracle Order Management

Overview of Trading Community Architecture

Key Customer Related Concepts in TCA
Adding Customers in Order Management
Defining Payment Terms
Defining Territories in Receivables
Defining Invoice Sources (Batch Source) – Automatic Transaction Numbering
Oracle Order Management Setup Steps
Overview of Quick Code or Lookup Types
Overview of Transaction Types Window
Workflow in Transaction Types
Setting up Processing Constraints
Defining Defaulting and Item Orderability Rules
Setting up Versioning and Audit History
Auto-Schedule and Delay Schedule Profile Options
Defining Credit Usage Rule Sets
Holds, Order Purge, and Exception Management Setup
Seeded Holds
Generic Holds
Specifying Holds Framework
Order and Quote Purge
Purge Sets
Basic Pricing Setup

Overview of Pricing in the Order to Cash Process

Creating a Price List
Secondary Price List
Copy Price List
Price List Maintenance: Overview
Add Items to Price List
Implementation Steps: Setting Key Profile Options
Overview of Shipping Execution
Shipping Execution Flow
Delivery and Delivery Lines
Trips and Stops
Delivery Leg
Ship Confirm
Shipping Execution Setup
Granting Roles To Users
Freight Carriers
Transit Times
Delivery Compliance Screening
Running Pick Release
Pick Slip Grouping Rule
Auto Create Deliveries
Release Sales Orders for Picking Window
Order Entities and Order Flows
Order to Cash Lifecycle with Standard Items
Order to Cash Lifecycle with PTO Models and PTO Kits
Drop Shipments
Drop Shipments Across Ledgers
Back-to-Back Orders
Managing IR-ISO Changes
Sales Agreements
Negotiation Agreement

Work In Process (WIP)

Define Work in Process Parameters
Define WIP Accounting Classes
Set Work in Process Profile Options
Define Production Lines Optional
Associate Lines and Assemblies
Define Schedule Groups Optional
Define Employees (Optional if using resources)
Define Labor Rates (Optional if using resources)
Define Shop Floor Statuses (Optional if using resources)
Define Job and Schedule Documents
Define Operation Documents

Bill Of Material (BOM)

Related Product Steps
Setup Steps
Defining Bills of Material Parameters
Creating Alternates
Creating Custom Deletion Statements and Constraints
Creating a Department Class
Defining a Department
Assigning Resources to a Department
Defining a Resource
Defining Resource Setup Information
Using the Workday Calendar
Defining Lookups
Assigning View-only Privileges to Forms
Bills of Material Profile Options
Subscribing to Bills of Material Business Events

  1. Who are the instructors?
    Our instructors are having real time experience in IT industry and good teaching experience with relevant skill set. The course will teach with real time scenario.
  2. How long is each course?
    As per mentioned in the course outline and will finish it.
  3. What kind of time commitment is required?
    As Per given schedule we will finish it the course. If any case of delay we will take the extra sessions.
  4. I am not able to access the online course, whom do I contact for a solution?
    You could raise a request on our Help & Blog, or direct reach out to get an instant solution.
  5. Is a practice test included with my online training?
    Yes, we will provide test instance for 2 months and as per customer interest we will extend.
  6. How do I get in touch with my Instructor?
    You can touch with through phone, web conference and mail after taking the course.
  7. How do I enroll in the Course program?
    You can enroll for the program on our website and make an online payment using any of these options.
    Visa Credit or Debit card
    American Express
    Once the online payment is done, you will automatically receive a payment receipt and access information, via email.

This course is intended for clearing the Oracle Certified Associate Exam. The whole instructional class substance is in accordance with the affirmation program and helps you clear the accreditation exam easily and land the best positions in the top MNCs. As a major aspect of this preparation you will deal with constant tasks and assignments that have monstrous ramifications in this present reality industry situation along these lines helping you quick track your vocation easily.

The average salary for a Oracle Functional Consultant is $78,155.

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