Oappsnet has implemented multiple Oracle Financial Cloud Implementations. These implementations are based around the following cloud modules.
- Common Financials
- General Ledger
- Financial Reporting Center
- Payables – Invoicing and Payments
- Receivables – Customer Billing
- Receivables -Customer Payments
- Fixed Assets
- Cash Management
- Order Management
- Implementation Roles
- Implementation (Full or Module)
- Business Process Analysis and Redesign
- Functional Expertise
- Regression testing for quarterly releases.
- Functional Data Conversions (FDBI)
- Post Production Support
- Application Training
Some key features of Oracle Financials Cloud
Excel spreadsheet templates can be used in multiple modules to create transactions. Some examples:
- Journal Entries
- Cross-reference rules
- AP Invoices
- AR invoices
Excel spreadsheet templates can be used to Implement data through Rapid implementation templates. For example, the Financial enterprise and reporting structures can be load on the same workbook and would include:
- Companies (legal Entities)
- Ledgers by country
- Business Units
- Chart of Accounts
- COA segment values
- Segment value hierarchies (Multiple hierarchies can be load after the original)
- Financial sequences
- Required subledger accounts.
Other Modules with Rapid Implementation Templates
- Cash Management
- Tax Configuration
- Customers and Budgets
Infolets and Infotiles
These are mini dashboards that can be setup so the end user can see what needs to be addressed. For example, the payables manager logs in for the day the dashboard would show what invoice or payments need to be approved or their attention.
OTBI – Oracle Transactional Business Intelligence
These reports are standard in the implementation and can be created manually to see data across subledgers in order to aid in daily, monthly and yearly business needs.