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  • Inventory Overview
      Inventory Overview
      Inventory Capabilities
      Oracle Inventory Applications Integration
      Integration of Oracle Inventory to Financials Applications
  • Receipt to Issue
      Understanding the Receipt to Issue Lifecycle
      Understanding Receiving Inventory
  • Defining Inventory Organizations
      Understanding the Inventory Organizations
      Understanding the Structure of an Inventory Organization
      Understanding Locations
      Defining Locations
      Difference between Master and Child Organization
      Defining Inventory Organizations
      Organization Access Overview
      Organization Access Setup
      Copying Inventory Organizations
  • Units of Measure
      Units of Measure Overview
      Units of Measure Class Overview
      Defining Unit of Measure Class
      Defining Unit of Measure
      Defining Unit of Measure Conversions
      Lot Level Units of Measure Overview
      Lot-Level Unit of Measure Conversions Overview<
  • Transacting Inventory, Concepts
      Explaining Transaction Flows
      Explaining Transaction Types
      Explaining Move Orders
      Explaining Shortage Alerts and Notifications
      Explaining Mobile Transactions
  • Transaction Setup
      Explaining Transaction Sources
      Setting Up Transactions Sources
      Explaining Transaction Types
      Setting Up Transactions Types
      Explaining Transaction Reasons
      Setting Up Transactions Reasons
      Explaining Account Alias
      Setting Up Account Alias
      Open Inventory Account Periods
  • Issuing and Transferring Material
      Miscellaneous Receipts
      Miscellaneous Issues
      Subinventory Transfers
  • Move Order
      Explaining Move Order
      Creating Manual Move Order
      Creating Requisition Move Order
      Requisition Move Order Approval Process
      Creating Pick Wave Move Order
      Creating Replenish Move Order
  • Defining and Maintaining Items, Overview
      Organization Structure, Overview
      Defining Items, Overview
      Item Attributes and Statuses, Overview
      Assigning Items to Organizations, Overview
  • Defining and Maintaining Items, Fundamentals
      Defining Items
      Item Relationships
      Item Categories
      Item Category Sets
      Item Cross References
  • Subinventories
      Subinventory Overview
      Defining Subinventory
      Restrict Items to Subinventories
  • Inventory Controls, Concepts
      Explaining Locator Control
      Explaining Revision Control
      Explaining Lot Control
      Explaining Serial Control
  • Inventory Controls, Fundamentals
      Defining Subinventories
      Defining Locator Control
      Defining Revision Control
      Defining Lot Control
      Generating Serial Numbers
  • Inter-Org Transfer
      Shipping Methods
      Shipping Network
      Transit times for Shipping Methods
      Entering inter-org transfer charge
      Entering Freight Charges
      Direct Inter-Organisation Transfer
      Intransit/Standard Inter-Organisation Transfer
  • Replenishing Inventory, Fundamentals
      Performing Reorder-point Planning
      Performing Min-max Planning
      Performing Replenishment Counting
  • Inventory Accuracy, Concepts
      Explaining Inventory Accuracy
      Explaining ABC Analysis
      Explaining Cycle Counting
      Explaining Physical Inventory
  • Inventory Accuracy, Fundamentals
      Creating an ABC Compile
      Defining and Maintaining a Cycle Count
      Defining Cycle Count Scheduling and Requests
      Defining Recounts, Adjustments, and Approvals

Oracle Apps SCM(Supply Chain Management)


    The Oracle Apps Modules covers in Oracle SCM are:

  • 1. Inventory
  • 2. Purchasing
  • 3. Order Management
  • 4. Brief Introduction to WIP and BOM Manufacturing Modules
  • 5. Overview on R12 SCM Modules
  • 6. New Features of R12 SCM Modules

    Oracle Supply Chain Management (SCM) basically integrates and automates all key supply chain activities starting from design, planning, and procurement to manufacturing and fulfillment. It depends upon how the company or Line managers planning to use these application module in there business line

    Supply chain management (SCM) is a systematic approach to manage the seamless flow of information, materials, and services from raw material suppliers through factories and warehouses to the end customer.

    SCM involves seamless flow of material, information & finance in a network consisting of customers, suppliers, manufacturers, retailers and distributors.

  • 1. Design:

    SCM start with designing & developing new products where Product specifications are created. Few Important applications play major role in this phase.

  • Oracle Product Life cycle Management
  • Oracle Advanced product Catalog Engineering & Bills of Materials
  • 2. Market:

    Marketing and Sales generates demand for the Product by publicizing its features and how it would address customer priorities. In the process, Marketing also gets customer feedback and communicates to Product development group. These are application potentially can be used.

  • Telesales
  • Trade Management
  • Incentive Compensation
  • Order Capture
  • Oracle sales
  • 3. Plan:

    Planning is the strategic portion of SCM. You need a strategy for managing all the resources that go toward meeting customer demand for your product or service.

  • Advanced Supply Chain Planning
  • Global Order Promising
  • 4. Sell & Manage Order:

    Maintain and manage the customer orders, order holds, notes and release the orders to warehouse for fulfillment based on requested date, product availability and customer credit limit.

  • Order management
  • Advanced Pricing
  • Configurator
  • iStore
  • 5. Procure:

    Here we normally choose the suppliers that will deliver the goods and services you need to create your product. Develop a set of pricing, delivery and payment processes with suppliers and create metrics for monitoring and improving the relationships.

  • Purchasing
  • iProcurement
  • 6. Manufacture:

    Schedule the manufacturing activities necessary for production, testing, packaging and preparation for delivery.

  • Cost Management
  • Process Manufacturing
  • Project Manufacturing
  • Quality
  • Work in Process
  • 7. Fulfill & Release Management :

    Coordinate the receipt of orders from customers, develop a network of warehouses, pick carriers to get products to customers and set up an invoicing system to receive payments.

  • Shipping Execution
  • Inventory Management
  • Warehouse Management System
  • Transportation Execution
  • 8. Service & Maintain:

    Create a network for receiving defective and excess products back from customers and supporting customers who have problems with delivered products.

  • Depot Repair
  • Field Service
  • Install Base
  • Service Contracts

    Oracle SCM Solutions

    Oracle E-Business Suite does covers each area of SCM as discussed above. Here is how best we can describe involvement of all five key participants. Oracle provides two streams to capture entire supply chain planning.

  • 1. Manufacturing: Consists of Inventory, Bills of Material & Work in process to capture details of every type of manufacturing like discrete, batch, mass production.
  • 2. Distribution: Consists of Inventory, Purchasing, and Order Management to capture entire procure to pay & order to cash business processes.
  • 1) Procure to Pay (P2P)

    Procure to pay lifecycle captures demands from different applications like Inventory, Order Management, Purchasing & consolidate all demands in the form of requisitions. Requisitions can be optionally converted in to RFQ & Quotations, or else directly converted in Purchase Orders. Approved PO then can be send to suppliers & receipts are generated in different Inventory organizations. Further more Financials applications can be used to capture invoices & process payments for suppliers.

  • Oracle Purchasing
  • iProcurement
  • iSupplier Portal
  • Inventory
  • Payables
  • 2) Order to Cash (O2C)

    O2C lifecycle starts with entering different types of orders on to customer’s name. Book orders once all relevant scheduling & pricing information of item is reviewed. Booked orders are treated as firm demand to process orders either for manufacturing or fulfilling the demand through supplier networks. Then you pick release & ship confirms these orders to interface data with accounts receivables for further financial transactions.

  • Oracle Order Management
  • Oracle Inventory
  • Shipping Execution
  • Advanced Pricing
  • Oracle Configurator
  • Warehouse Management
  • Receivables
  • 3) Lead to Service

    A lead is an expressed customer interest that a sales agent uses to determine whether there is potential for a after sales service opportunity
    Leads are intended to capture the initial contact with potential or existing customers, gathering just enough information to tell a sales organization whether there is sufficient interest on behalf of the buyer to make a lead worth following up.
    Under this Business Process Oracle module can be potentially used.

  • CRM Foundation
  • Sales Online
  • Marketing Online
  • Install Base
  • Depot Repair
  • Service Contracts
  • iStore
  • Field Service
  • 4) Forecast to Plan

    A company uses sales order history to produce a forecast, design a production, manufacturing, or distribution plan from that forecast, and how to analyze, revise, and simulate changes to that plan.

  • Material Planning
  • Advanced Supply Chain Planning
  • Collaborative Planning
  • 5) Demand to Build

    This business flow outlines how a company analyzes or anticipates demand and translates that demand to a production plan.

  • Demand Planning
  • Bills of Material
  • Work in Process
  • Cost Management
  • Flow Manufacturing

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