Oracle R12 Finance Functional Training and certifications

1Z0-516 Oracle EBS R12.1 General Ledger Essentials

1Z0-517 Oracle EBS R12.1 Payables Essentials

1Z0-518 Oracle EBS R12.1 Receivables Essentials


The Financial module is divided into the following sub-modules:

Accounts Payables

Accounts Receivable

Cash Management

Fixed Assets

General Ledger

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


Oracle General Ledger Process

Identify the steps required to complete the accounting cycle using Oracle General Ledger

Describe how Oracle General Ledger integrates with other Oracle eBusiness applications

Describe the integration of Oracle General Ledger with Oracle Subledgers & non-Oracle systems

Explain implementation considerations for setting up and using Oracle General Ledger and Oracle eBusiness Suite
Describe an overview of Accounting Setup Manager, currency concepts, budgeting, EPB, reporting & analysis

Basic Journal Entries

Describe how journal entries are positioned in the accounting cycle

Describe the different Journal Posting options

Define how to perform Account Inquiries & Drilldown to Oracle Subledger Applications

Import journal entry information using the GL_INTERFACE table

Plan the key elements of Web Applications Desktop Integrator (Web ADI)

Define Web ADI setup options for key flexfields

Utilize Web ADI profile options, forms functions, menus, and responsibilities

Advanced Security

Manage Data Access Security for Legal Entities and Ledgers

Explain key Advanced Security setups and process

Manage Data Access Sets

Control security of Management Reporting


Explain Multi-Currency concepts

Use Currency Rate Manager

Perform Foreign currency journals Entry

Perform Revaluation of foreign currency balances

Translate functional balances into foreign currency

Describe overview of Secondary Tracking Segment

Use Foreign Currency Reports

Financial Reporting

Explain the positioning of Financial Reporting within the Oracle General Ledger business flow

Build basic reports

Use key elements of the Financial Statement Generator (FSG) for creating financial reports

Use Standard listing reports available for FSG report definitions

Create FSG Reports with XML Publisher

Use Web ADI for Financial Reporting

Explain key implementation issues regarding Oracle General Ledger financial reporting

Accounting Setup Manager

Describe the components of Ledger Processing options

Describe Secondary Ledgers & Reporting Currencies

Describe Accounting Setup considerations with one legal entity

Describe Accounting Setup considerations with multiple legal entities

Describe Accounting Setup considerations with no legal entities

Accounting Setups

Create Accounting Setups

Describe the various Subledger Accounting Options

Perform the Primary Ledger Setup steps

Describe Ledger Balancing Segment Value Assignments

Perform the Secondary Ledger Setup steps

Complete Accounting Setup

Advanced Journal Entries

Create Recurring Journals

Formulate Mass Allocation Journals

Describe AutoAllocations and related implementation considerations

Explain AutoScheduling

Describe the Journal Scheduling process

Describe key issues and considerations when implementing Advanced Journal Entry

Describe the business benefits of using Oracle General Ledger’s Advanced Journal Entry functions


Explain overview of Consolidations and their positioning within the Oracle General Ledger business flow

Identify the key implementation issues regarding consolidations

Use the features and functionality of Global Consolidation System (GCS)

Use the elements of the Consolidation Workbench

Create eliminating entries

Use Standard reports and inquiry options available for consolidations Ledger

Describe the elements required to create a ledger within Oracle General Ledger

Describe the basic components of Accounting Setup

Describe the important elements for creating a Chart of Accounts structure

Creating a new Accounting Flexfield structure

Utilize the Account Hierarchy Manager to view and maintain Accounting Flexfield values

Summary Accounts

Explain summary accounts and how they are used in General Ledger

Define How Parent Values/ Rollup Groups are used in General Ledger

Determine how Summary Templates are used

Use Budgetary Control & maintain Summary accounts

Plan and maintain Summary Account structures

Financial Budgeting

Explain the anatomy of a budget

Explain the components of budget accounting cycle

Define budget and budget organization

Explain Budget Entry methods

Apply Budget Rules

Transfer budget amounts

Perform budget review and correction

Translate budget balances

Review balances in Master/Detail budgets

Create budgets with Budget Wizards

Use available Standard budget reports

Plan Budget implementation requirements

Period Close

Explain the accounting cycle

Perform key steps in the close process

Perform journal import of subledger balances

Perform Subledger Reconciliation

Explain the Period Closing Process and Reports

Consolidate account balances


Procure to Pay Overview

Describe the procure-to-pay process flow

Describe the key areas in the procure-to-pay process

Describe how the procure-to-pay process fits into the Oracle E-Business Suite of applications

Transaction Taxes in Payables

Compute transaction taxes for invoices

Insert manual tax lines and update transaction tax lines

View tax summary and details

Identify key reports related to transaction taxes

Describe setup options in EB Tax & Payables

Describe transaction taxes in Payables

Describe treatment of different types of taxes (offset tax, recoverable tax, tax on prepayment, and others)

Withholding Tax

Identify the withholding tax process

Use withholding tax options

Process manual withholding tax invoices

Create withholding tax on Standard Invoices, Recurring Invoices and Application of Prepayment

Process automatic withholding tax invoices

Advances and Progressive Contract Financing

Describe the purpose of complex service contracts

Identify advances, contract financing and progress payment invoices

Calculate retainage

Recoup prepaided amounts for complex service contract

Calculate tax

Payables Overview

Describe the Payables process flow

Describe the key areas in the Payables process

Identify Payables integration points

Identify open interfaces to import data into Payables

Set up and use Multiple Organization Access Controls (MOAC)


Define suppliers and supplier sites

Identify key reports related to suppliers and supplier sites

Describe setup options – Purchasing

Describe additional implementation considerations related to suppliers

Describe setup options – Receiving

Describe setup options – Others


Describe the payment process

Set up banks and bank accounts

Enter single payments

Process multiple payments

Review and adjust payments

Set up and create bills payable

Create, apply, and release holds on prepayments

Reconcile payments with Oracle Cash Management

Use key standard reports

Describe key setup options

Describe additional implementation considerations related to payments

Describe Payment Manager


Import/Enter invoices and invoice distributions

Match to purchase orders

Validate invoices

Apply and release holds

Describe invoice approval workflow

Describe key reports

Describe setup options

Describe additional implementation considerations related to invoices

Expense Reports and Credit Cards

Process various types of expense report

Enter expense report templates

Enter expense reports

Apply advances

Process procurement cards and credit cards

Period Close

Describe activities to be performed during the Period Close process in Payables and Purchasing

Reconcile accounts payable transactions for the period

Identify key programs and reports related to Period Close

Describe setup options related to Period Close

Describe additional implementation considerations related to Period Close

Explain the prerequisites for the Period Close process

Transfer from Payables to General Ledger


Process Invoices Using AutoInvoice

Describe the AutoInvoice process

Use AutoInvoice

Understand error correction using AutoInvoice Exception Handling

Bill Presentment Architecture

Explain bill presentment architecture processes

Register data sources

Create templates to present bills

Define rules to assign templates to customers

Print BPA transactions


Describe the receipt process

Apply receipts using different methods

Create chargebacks, adjustments and claims

Use balancing segments

Apply non-manual receipts

Create receipts utilizing different methods

Period Closing Process

Describe the sub ledger accounting process in Receivables

Define the various actions required to close a period in the Order to Cash flow

Describe the available reports to assist in the closing process

Explain the Create Accounting program and the Revenue Recognition program

Order to Cash Lifecycle Overview

Describe the overall Order to Cash process from Order Entry through Bank Reconciliation

Discuss the key areas in the Order to Cash lifecycle

Describe integration betwee n applications

Manage Parties and Customer Accounts

Define the features that let you enter and maintain party and customer account information

Create profile classes and assign them to customer accounts

Create and maintain party and customer account information

Merge parties and customer accounts

Enable customer account relationships

Define TCA party paying relationships

View party and customer account information

Define setup options

Credit Management

Set up for credit management

Demonstrate credit profile changes

Identify credit management processing

Use workflow and lookups

Review credit management performance

Apply credit hierarchy

Implement Receipts

Enter setup information relating to receipts

Discuss implementation considerations for Receipts

Overview of Oracle Receivables Process

Explain where the Receivables process is positioned within the Order to Cash lifecycle

Describe the overall Receivables process

Explain the key areas in the Receivables process

Identify open interfaces to import data into Receivables

Process Invoices

Describe how the processing of invoices fits into the Receivables process

Enter and complete invoices

Perform other invoice actions

Correct invoices

Print transactions and statements

Use event-based management

Implement Customer Invoicing

Enter setup information related to invoicing

Discuss the major implementation considerations for customer invoicing

Tax Processing

Understand the E-Business Tax and Receivables Tax Process

Define Receivables Setup Steps for Tax

Manage Tax Accounting and Tax Adjustments


Cash Management

Overview of Oracle Cash Management

Process Flow

Bank Reconciliation Process

Set up Accounts Payable

Define a Payment Bank



Fixed Assets

Assets Architecture

Fixed assets integration


Depreciation Methods



Asset conversion


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