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Oracle iProcurement Oracle Purchasing Training Class

An Oracle eBusiness Suite Functional Training Course

3 days, custom purchasing topics

2016 by Burleson Corporation

Email to schedule this course

This three-day Oracle purchasing class is taught at your company site with up to 20 students. 

 

Key Features

* Learn how to customize your procurement and purchasing processing functions.

* See how to streamline ordering processes and stay in control of spending.

* Learn how to process and manage requisitions.

* Learn how to manage receiving and receipts.

 


 

  

The Oracle eBusiness Suite iProcurement (also called Purchasing) is the premier accounting package for purchasing functions.

This intensive 3-day Oracle eBusiness Suite training jumpstart in the eBusiness Suite iProcurement module is a complete review of the purchasing screens.

Additional days of training on Oracle eBusiness Suite can be arranged to be customized according to your specific iProcurement training needs.
 

This eBusiness Suite (Oracle Financials) training class is designed for the working procurement professional and previous experience with purchasing and procurement concepts is helpful.

Previous experience with relational database management and SQL is also helpful, but this class is self-contained and has no formal prerequisites other than an understanding of the business concepts.

Curriculum Design

This Oracle eBusiness Suite procurement training course was designed by Donald K. Burleson, an MBA with a firm understanding of financials eBusiness processing and Oracle database management.


Oracle eBusiness Suite iProcurement (Purchasing) training Class
 
Training Course Syllabus topics

(c) 2016 by Burleson Corporation

Introduction to Oracle Purchasing

  • Setting up and implementing iProcurement

Catalogs

  • Understanding catalogs local content and catalog structure
  • Understanding and using the Search Engine
  • Remote content
  • Informational catalogs

Shopping & Requisitions

  • Setting up and shopping with iProcurement
  • How to create and manage requisitions
  • Using Procurement Cards

Receiving

  • iProcurement Receiving
  • Recording the time of receipt (automatic or manual)
  • Modifying the time of receipts
  • Receipt confirmation
  • Blind receiving
  • Viewing shipments
  • Returning items

 

 

 

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