Multi Lingual | GL | AP | Project Acct. | AR

Did you Know that in Oracle Release 11i,

Technology Stack needs the following components

Oracle 8i
Oracle Application Server 4.0
Oracle Enterprise Manager 2.1
Oracle Developer 6i
Oracle Discoverer 3i

All Forms are constructed using Forms 6i, featuring among others

Multiple Documents Interface
Right-Mouse Pop-Up Menus

Concurrent Manager is enhanced to support launching Reports 6i reports.

Multi-Lingual Features exist for Several Standard Oracle Documents and Reports


Oracle Receivables

  • Dunning Letter Print
  • Print Statements
  • Statement Generation Program
  • Transaction Print (Invoice Print)

Oracle Order Entry

  • Price List
  • Sales Order Acknowledgment
  • Oracle Shipping
  • Bill of Lading
  • Commercial Invoice
  • Pack Slip

Oracle Payables

  • Invalid PO Supplier Notice
  • Prepayment Remittance Notice
  • Print Invoice Notice   

Oracle Human Resources

  • Full Applicant Details
  • Full Assignment Details
  • Full Person Details
  • Full Work Details

Oracle Payroll

  • Check Writer
  • Deposit Advice
  • Third Party Checks


Accounting Views are new to Release 11i. The Accounting Lines Window enables viewing accounting lines for any transaction within several Financial modules and the T-Accounts Window allows for viewing any subledger accounting entry or General Ledger journal entry in a graphical T-account format.

In Oracle General Ledger:

You can now drill down from Oracle General Ledger journal entries to information within Oracle Projects, Receiving, Inventory, WIP, and Assets (for all asset transactions except depreciation). For each of these products, you can view the subledger line items and transactions that make up a GL journal line.
The existing drilldown from Oracle General Ledger to Oracle Payables and Oracle Receivables is enhanced to include viewing the complete subledger transaction.
Additionally, General Ledger will support an intercompany account segment, which can be automatically populated with the appropriate trading partner's segment value when balancing intercompany journals.


In Oracle Payables:

You can now match an invoice to one or more receipt transactions. In previous releases Oracle Payables together with Oracle Purchasing has provided you the ability to match to purchase order shipments or purchase order distribution lines. Now, with the flexibility to match to receipts, you can more accurately record costs in your inventory, assets, and projects systems. You can also associate freight, tax, and miscellaneous charges with the related material item charges.
If you choose to match to receipts you can now more precisely apply and release invoice matching holds. You can also achieve greater precision in your allowable receiving variances.


In Oracle Projects:

Oracle Projects performs two currency conversions, as illustrated below, based on the attributes you set up.
In previous releases, Oracle Projects only tracked cost amounts in the functional currency of the operating unit that incurred the transaction (i.e., expenditure operating unit) as determined by the set of books associated to the expenditure operating unit.
At the operating unit level, you can choose the date that determines the conversion rate (either expenditure item date or the PA period end date) that Oracle Projects uses to determine the exchange rate for a particular transaction.
You can specify currency conversion attribute defaults at operating unit and optionally override them at the project, lowest task, or transaction entry levels. How you implement multi-currency transactions affects which attributes you can change and at which levels you can change them.


In Oracle Receivables:

Self-service operations can dramatically reduce the cost structure of your billing and collections functions. Oracle Receivables Release 11i includes Internet Receivables, an internet-based self-service, application that enables your customers and employees to perform a variety of Receivables functions via a standard Web browser. Internet Receivables is fully integrated with Oracle Receivables and takes advantage of the Web's intuitive, accessible user interface to increase process efficiency and provide a higher level of customer service.
In addition to performing extensive on-line inquiries, you and your customers can use Internet Receivables to reprint invoices, dispute bills, and review current account balances. Disputing a bill from Internet Receivables automatically triggers the Credit Memo Workflow.

All transactions accessible via Internet Receivables are protected by Oracle's standard application security as well as security that is inherent in all Oracle Self-Service Web Applications.

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