Oracle General Ledger Management Fundamentals
This course teaches you the requirements for completing the accounting cycle in Oracle General Ledger. You'll also learn to maximize accounting process efficiencies across the enterprise by better understanding the steps for completing the full accounting cycle, how Oracle General Ledger integrates with other E-Business Suite applications, as well as set-up considerations, so that you can make improved decisions during your implementation.
You will also be taught on how to optimize the set-up of Oracle General Ledger to help your organization standardize accounting policies and processes while complying with global regulatory requirements and trains end users to fully utilize all the features of Oracle's General Ledger.
- Oracle General Ledger Process
- Ledger - Part 1
- Ledger - Part 2
- Advanced Security
- Basic Journal Entries
- Summary Accounts
- Advanced Journal Entries
- Financial Budgeting
- Period Close
- Financial Reporting
- Understand how to navigate Oracle Applications
- Have accounting knowledge
You will learn how to:
- Describe the implementation considerations
- Explain how Oracle General Ledger integrates with the eBusiness Suite of applications
- Identify the steps required to complete the accounting cycle
This course helps you prepare for the following certifications:
- Oracle E-Business Suite 12 Financial Management Certified Implementation Specialist: Oracle General Ledger
At Institute of Software Technologies, we have flexible training schedule that suit your availability.
You can choose from the following available options:
- Day Classes: 9am-11am.
- Evening Class: 6pm-8pm.
- Saturday classes: 9am-4pm.
- Next Available Class.
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