The Oracle EBS basic course will introduce you to the world of oracle applications e-Business suite. It will explain you with the fundamentals of an Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system, with concepts, product background and processes.
It will also explain the concepts of procure to Pay (P2P) and Order to Cash (O2C) business processes, within the scope of an ERP system.
This course intends to give you a flavor of Oracle EBS from three angles:
End User: How to create a sales order?
Functional Consultant: How to setup and implement Oracle Financials
Technical Consultant: How to configure concurrent programs
By going through these steps you'll understand what entails learning and managing an ERP system. Depending on your interest, you can choose a career path for yourself.
Why Learn Oracle EBS?
Today, most of the businesses use an ERP system, small or large to cater to their business systems needs. Organizations may use SAP, Oracle eBS, Workday, Peoplesoft or other ERP systems. A basic understanding of ERP system can help you land a job as a user or analyst in this space. Knowledge or Oracle eBS will help you become an Oracle ebs user, consultant, analyst, developer or functional/technical expert.
The course will introduce you to the basics of ERP, and then you can choose if you want to learn more and take advance courses in one or other functional stream.
Join me on this exciting journey as we learn about Oracle ebusiness Suite and how to user it in organisations. In the next few paragraphs, I will tell you more about the curriculum, duration, and career options available to you after the completion of this course.
You are expected to go through the following effort in completing this course:
Watch videos for all modules
Self-Assessment Exercises 1
This course provided you an overview of the field of Oracle applications. To gain further competency as a EBS professional you would need to gain an understanding of one or more of the following areas:
Select a functional module or subject area and learn that module. e.g. HR, Payroll, Finance
If you are in Technical stream, learn Oracle technical knowledge
ERP is a powerful and important field for all organisations. To remain employable and competitive, you need to be frequently taking courses and learning about all the different aspects of ERP and how they are used across companies.
Oracle eBusiness Suites is an enterprise resource Planning (ERP) system built by Oracle. This course provides some basic information and examples of few business processes within Oracle EBS.
There is no direct relation of this course to any oracle certifications or career track. This course is just to walk you through some basic oracle applications concepts and show EBS in action.
In this lecture, you'll understand the basics of Oracle R12 and introduction to the history of Oracle EBS.
You'll also learn about various modules within Oracle EBS.
In this lecture you'll learn:
- The basics of ERP. What is an ERP system?
- What is Oracle eBusiness Suite application?
- Basic features of Oracle Financials
- Technical Details - how is Oracle ebs architecture defined? 3 Tier architecture.
- DB Tier, App Tier, Presentation Tier
- Concurrent Request, Processing of programs
- Security Setups
- Basics of Oracle AOL - Application Object Library and FND features
- Understand Procure to Pay business process
- Understand Order to Cash Process
- Understand how they connect and how Oracle EBS plays a role
Ashish Jain is a PMP certified project manager with over 12 years of expertise in implementing and supporting enterprise applications such as Oracle eBusiness suite.
He is currently working with EnchantApps and helping enterprises build and integrate Mobile applications with their eBusiness suite. Ashish and his team focuses on reducing the operational and supply chain leakage in business, automate business processes, reduce paper work and enable field workers and mobile workers to be more productive. In the end, helps companies grow and be more profitable.
Ashish has worked extensively in HR, Payroll and benefit modules. He has a technical and functional knowledge of the entire business process within the ebusiness suite.
Ashish also has his blog called Logicwala and ashishszone.