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Cathy Cakebread Consultant NorCal OAUG January 13, 2011 Copyright © 2011 Cathy Cakebread 1 Oracle Receivables Fundamentals (and How it Fits into the “Big Picture”)
Agenda Copyright © 2011 Cathy Cakebread 2 Quote to Cash Flows Customers/Parties Shared Setups Orders to Invoices Oracle Receivables Processes Transactions Payments Adjustments Accounting Questions??
Target Audience Copyright © 2011 Cathy Cakebread 3 Folks Who Use Oracle Receivables To Learn More About Where Their Data Comes From And, to Learn About Shared Setups Folks Who Use Applications That Pass Data to Oracle Receivables To Learn More About Where Their Data Goes To Learn The Impact of Their Activities And, to Learn About Shared Setups CRM, Order Management, Contracts and Projects folks
Basic Premise Copyright © 2011 Cathy Cakebread 4 The Oracle E-Business Suite is comprised of many different applications performing various business functions. A key aspect of this is that most of these applications share setups with other applications and data is often passed from one application to others. What this means is that what you do in your application may have an impact on many other applications, in ways that you may not be aware of. The purpose of session is to provide attendees with the details of how the data flows in and out of Oracle Receivables, how certain setups are shared across multiple applications and to see how Oracle Receivables fits in the “Big Picture”.
Quote to Cash Flows Copyright © 2011 Cathy Cakebread 5
Quote to Cash Applications Copyright © 2011 Cathy Cakebread 6
One Way Only!!! Copyright © 2011 Cathy Cakebread 7 Tip: Make Corrections in the Source System, Whenever Possible
Items Copyright © 2011 Cathy Cakebread 8
Items and Receivables Copyright © 2011 Cathy Cakebread 9
Payment Terms (Orders, Invoices, Contracts, Projects) Copyright © 2011 Cathy Cakebread 10
Banks Copyright © 2011 Cathy Cakebread 11
What Is A Customer? A Party? A Customer Account? Copyright © 2011 Cathy Cakebread 12 One “Customer” May be All Three Party Highest Level – “Global Entity” Used More By CRM Applications Than “Back Office” Can Be: Customer, Suppliers, Employees, Anyone/Business That Interacts With Your Company Customer Made Up of One or More Legal Entities Made Up of One or More Addresses /Sites Entity for Orders and Invoices Customer Account A Customer May Have One or More Accounts
Customer Components Copyright © 2011 Cathy Cakebread 13
Customer Examples Copyright © 2011 Cathy Cakebread 14 Customer (Party) Customer Relationship Customer Account 1 Site Address 1 Bill To Marketing Site Address2 Ship To Bill To Site Address3 Ship To Customer Account 2 Site Address201 Bill To Ship To Customer Account 3 Site Address303 Ship To Site Address304 Bill To Customer (Party) Customer Account Site Address 1 Bill To Ship To
Typical Customer Creation (Who) Add New Relationships (as Needed) (Credit and Collections / Accounts Receivable) Update Credit Details (Credit and Collections) Add New Customer (Credit and Collections / Salesrep / Order Entry / Accounts Receivable) Complete Credit Application (Salesrep/Customer) Approve Credit Application (Credit and Collections) Copyright © 2011 Cathy Cakebread 15
Orders – Workflow Example Copyright © 2011 Cathy Cakebread 16
Assemble to Order Workflow Copyright © 2011 Cathy Cakebread 17
Order Transaction Types Copyright © 2011 Cathy Cakebread 18
Credit Holds / Credit Checking Rules Copyright © 2011 Cathy Cakebread 19
Transactions Copyright © 2011 Cathy Cakebread 20 Invoices Credit Memos Debit Memos Deposits Guarantees
Transactions Flow / Sources Copyright © 2011 Cathy Cakebread 21
Transactions Example - Invoice Copyright © 2011 Cathy Cakebread 22
Transaction Details Copyright © 2011 Cathy Cakebread 23 Source: Orders Contracts Projects Source: Order Lines Contract Lines Project Tasks
Transactions Setup Copyright © 2011 Cathy Cakebread 24 Payment Terms (Shared – Defines When Payment is Due) **Transaction Types (Business and Accounting Grouping and Default GL Accounts) Sources (Where Transactions Come From & Numbering Rules) Items (Shared – “Parts”) Memo Lines (Used for Debit Memos) Accounting Rules (Derive How Revenue and Receivables Are Accounted For) **AutoAccounting (Derive Accounting Values) AutoInvoice Line Ordering Rules (Rules for Sequencing Transaction Lines) Grouping Rules (Rules for What Goes on the Same Transaction)
Receipts Copyright © 2011 Cathy Cakebread 25 Payments for Non-Accounts Receivable Activity called “Miscellaneous Receipts” Payments for Company Events, T-Shirts, COBRA Payments, Utility Refunds... Payments from Customers For Accounts Receivable Activity (Paying for Open Transactions) Forms of Payment: Checks Cash Credit Card Payments Letters of Credit
Receipt Sources Copyright © 2011 Cathy Cakebread 26
Receipts Setup Copyright © 2011 Cathy Cakebread 27 **Receivable Activities (Base Activity and Miscellaneous Cash Definitions) AutoCash Rule Sets (Rules for How to Apply Cash Through Lockbox) Application Rule Sets (Rules for Partial Payments) Distribution Sets (for Miscellaneous Cash with Multiple Accounts) Receipt Sources (Where Receipts Came From and Rules) **Receipt Classes (Key Accounting Setup) Bank Charges (Rules for Bank Charges) Lockboxes Lockboxes (Bank and Processing Rules) Transmission Formats (Layouts of Data From Bank) Banks (The Banks and Associated GL Accounts)
Adjustments Copyright © 2011 Cathy Cakebread 28 Credit Memos: 1)Tied to an Invoice When Created 2)“On-Account Credit” Not Tied to an Invoice When Created
Payables and Receivables Copyright © 2011 Cathy Cakebread 29
Accounting (Basics) Copyright © 2011 Cathy Cakebread 30
Questions and Answers Copyright © 2011 Cathy Cakebread 31 Questions? Cathy Cakebread firstname.lastname@example.org (650) 610-9130 www.cathycakebread.com
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