Oracle cash management fundamentals

R12 Oracle cash management fundamentals  

  oracle e-business suite

In this course, participants learn how to set up Oracle Cash Management and the other applications that integrate with it. They learn how to set up security profiles and security grants to control access to the application and set up access controls for multiple organizations. Participants learn how to create banks, bank branches and bank accounts; transfer cash between bank accounts; manage and reconcile bank statements; work with bank balances, and calculate interest. They learn how Cash Management uses Oracle Sub ledger Accounting to generate accounting entries. They learn how to create cash pools, generate cash positions and cash forecasts to manage their cash cycles. This course will be applicable for customers who have implemented Oracle E-Business Suite Release 12 or Oracle E-Business Suite 12.1.
 
Learn to:
Define banks
Create bank accounts
Create a bank transfer
Enter Bank Statement Information Manually
Create Bank Statement Cashflow from bank statements
Generate a Cash Forecast
 
Audience :
 
End Users
Functional Implementer
 
Course Objectives :
 
Transfer funds between bank accounts
Reconcile bank statements
Describe how to work with cash pools, cash positioning, and cash forecasting
Describe the accounting events generated for bank activity
Work with bank balances and calculate interest
Set up bank statement cashflows from bank file, payments, receipts, and miscellaneous transactions
Describe the SEPA Credit Transfer and its components
Set up security for bank account access
Explain how to set up Oracle Cash Management and related applications
Create bank accounts
 
Course Topics :
 
Oracle E-Business Suite 12.1
Oracle Cash Management Overview
Cash Management Security
Setting Up Oracle Cash Management
Creating Bank Accounts
Bank Transfers
Managing Bank Statements
Reconciling Bank Statements
Cash Pools
Cash Positioning
Cash Forecasting
Accounting Events
Balances and Interest

 

 

 

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