Oracle Apps R12 General Ledger (GL) Module Training
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- Defining Key Flex Fields (KFF)
- Defining Chart of Accounts, Currency and Calendar
- Creating Different Types of Journals
- Allocating Cost to Department Wise (Mass Allocation)
- Working on Multiple Currency Transactions
- Defining Cross Validation Rules
- Defining Inter Company Journals
- Define Standard Reports (Trail Balance, FSG)
- Basic Knowledge on Accounting
Oracle Apps R12 General Ledger (GL) Module Training with Live Meeting Support
This course covers all the key areas of functionality provided in Oracle General Ledger. Routine tasks such as journal processing, inquiries and running reports are all covered within the syllabus, with extensive opportunities for learners to practice as the course progresses.
From this course, you get a clear idea of
Key Flex Fields, Segments, Designing Charts of Accounts, Value Sets, Defining Currency and Calendar, Defining Primary Ledger, Creation of Journals, Open/Close Periods, Reverse Journals, Journal Batch, Recurring Journals, Suspense Journals, Statistical Journals, Mass Allocation, Budgets, Inter-company Journals, Journal Approval Process, Tax Journals, Currency Translation, Reporting Currency, Revaluation, Ledger Consolidation, Cross Validation Rules, Standard Report (Trail Balance), FSG (Financial Statement Generator), Account Alias, Security Rules, Access Set.
Who should take this course
This Oracle R12 General Ledger course is suitable for delegates who have no previous knowledge of Oracle Financials. It incorporates navigation skills training and thus fulfils a pre-requisite for most of the other Oracle Financials courses. Its intended audience comprises finance staff, those who provide support to them such as Systems Administrators and those whose role includes some financial or budgetary responsibility which requires them to use Oracle Financials.
Who is the target audience?
Any Graduate with Minimum Knowledge on Accounting
- Any Graduate with Minimum Knowledge on Accounting