Oracle Training

26 Years

Experience

31

Projects

12

Modules

Our vast experience has provided us with a broad understanding of Oracle Financials from a functional and technical perspective. Our training is unique in that you will implement a fictitious company from start to finish with your own instance to provides hands-on experience. We will do all the setup as if you are setting up a company from scratch based on business requirements as well as complete User Acceptance Testing (UAT) and finally go through a month-end close to provide you with a thorough understanding of the accounting, system integration and business processes of the Oracle Financials Modules.

This unique approach along with actual hands-on experience using your own Oracle instance will be more valuable than simply watching videos or reading training materials. You will be doing hands-on work in every step of the training process so that you will gain a deeper understanding of Oracle Financials from the perspective of an Oracle consultant implementing the product on the client site.

Upon completion of this training, a first time student should be able to participate in their first Oracle Financials implementation for a small to mid-size company with confidence in their abilities and knowledge from this training. With this training, coupled with the fact that you will have your own Oracle instance, you can always refesh your skills and examine more advanced topics as your knowledge increases.

About the Instructor

William Green

William Green

William is the founder of William Delaney Consulting. He has over 26 years of experience and has implemented Oracle Applications for over 31 companies both technical and functional. He has a degree in Accounting and is a former US Marine.

Modules Covered

Section One
  • Environment
  • E-Business Suite Concepts
  • User Interface
  • System Administration
  • General Ledger
  • Multi-Org
  • Cash Management
  • Payments
  • E-Business Tax
  • Accounts Payable
  • Accounts Receivable
Section Two
  • Purchasing
  • Fixed Assets
  • Internet Procurement
  • Internet Expenses
Section Three
  • Inventory
  • Order Management