Oracle E-Business Suite Financials R12: A Functionality Guide : A Functionality Guide
This is a step-by-step functional guide to get you started easily with Oracle EBS Financials. If you are an Oracle E-Business Suite Financial consultant or an administrator looking to get a quick review on the capabilities of Oracle E-Business Suite and improve the use of the systems functionality, then this is the best guide for you. This book assumes that you have a fundamental knowledge of EBS Suite.
- Paperback | 336 pages
- 193.04 x 233.68 x 22.86mm | 598.74g
- 01 May 2012
- Packt Publishing Limited
- Birmingham, United Kingdom
- black & white illustrations
Table of contents
Preface Chapter 1: Overview of Oracle E-Business Suite Chapter 2: General Ledger Chapter 3: Subledger Accounting (SLA) Chapter 4: Inventory Chapter 5: Purchasing Chapter 6: Payables Chapter 7: Assets Chapter 8: Cash Management Chapter 9: Treasury Chapter 10: Order Management Chapter 11: Receivables Chapter 12: Credit Management Chapter 13: E-Business Tax (EBTax) Chapter 14: Oracle Workflow Chapter 15: Approval Management Engine (AME) Index
About Mohan Iyer
Mohan Iyer, has more than 20 years experience in system implementations with the last 15 years implementing Oracle Financials. He has a strong background in Finance and Accounting - having these as his major subjects in college. He has an Accounting degree from the University of Bombay (Mumbai), India. His skill-set includes the full range of financial applications in Oracle Applications and related modules where there is a financial impact. His broad range of skills has helped him with his implementation of - Record to Report, Procure to Pay and Quote to Cash processes, with re-engineering and crystallizing processes during implementations. His tenure as a consultant and a manager of financial applications in corporate America, brings to the table a wide range of experience with financial processes that include inter-company, multi-currency, statutory needs and process flows to manage operational changes that will lead to efficiency and appropriate accounting results. He has been a board member of the NorCal OAUG and Multi-National SIG and is the coordinator of the GL SIG and has presented various papers at OAUG and related conferences. He lives in California with his wife and two kids. He can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org or 408 859 4484.