Oracle Applications Business Processes for Beginners

A high level explanation on Business Processes.
Rating: 3.8 out of 5 (110 ratings)
4,277 students
Oracle Applications Business Processes for Beginners
Rating: 3.8 out of 5 (110 ratings)
4,277 students
Oracle Applications Business Processes

Requirements

  • This course does not need any prerequisites or requirements.
  • An open mind to learn the business process in an enterprise.

Description

This course explains high level overview of Business Process that happens in an enterprise using Oracle Applications. This would help someone who is starting their professional career and curious about the business process that happens in an enterprise. It starts with explaining the need for an Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) tool and dives into Procure to Pay cycle, Order Management, Drop Shipment, Back to Back Order process, Manufacturing process and Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) cycle.

This course does not need any prior knowledge on any tools or softwares. Please join the course with an open mind.

Who this course is for:

  • Beginner students who are curious to learn Business Process in an Enterprise.

Course content

1 section • 7 lectures • 36m total length
  • Introduction to Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)
    10:23
  • Procure to Pay Cycle
    05:33
  • Order to Cash Cycle
    03:27
  • Drop Shipment Process
    03:22
  • Back to Back Order Process
    02:16
  • Manufacturing Cycle
    07:07
  • Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) Process
    04:49

Instructor

Nikhil Raj Bandari
  • 3.8 Instructor Rating
  • 110 Reviews
  • 4,277 Students
  • 1 Course

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