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Oracle General Ledger Guide (Original) (Paperback) (Melanie Anjele Cameron)

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Master Oracle E-Business Suite's Oracle General Ledger

Maintain a centralized, highly automated processing platform across a fully integrated set of Oracle E-Business Suite applications using Oracle General Ledger. This Oracle Press guide explains how to utilize Oracle General Ledger to distribute timely and accurate financial information enterprise-wide. Learn efficient techniques for creating transactions and budgets, defining custom rules and flows, reconciling balances, and easing regulatory compliance. You will also discover how to consolidate financial data, process foreign currencies, and implement the brand-new Oracle Subledger Accounting.

  • Plan, test, and carry out a new implementation or upgrade
  • Work with ledgers, calendars, journals, budgets, and business flows
  • Convert and load data from external systems and spreadsheets
  • Perform company-wide consolidations
  • Render reports using the Financial Statement Generator
  • Handle foreign transactions, translations, and revaluations
  • Centralize accounting rules using Oracle Subledger Accounting
  • Understand implications of setup and implementation decisions
Written for users, support analysts, and programmers, this book gives detailed insight into how to set up and process transactions in the Oracle E-Business Suite. Material is in two sections on concepts, set- ups, and processing of General Ledger and Subledger Accounting, with step-by-step instructions and b&w screenshots. After an opening discussion of business considerations for new implementations and upgrades, chapters in the General Ledger section cover transaction processing and flow, budget tracking, currencies, reporting and integration, and monthly processing. The section on Subledger Accounting covers both seeded setups and modified setups. A glossary of Oracle and industry-specific terms is included. Cameron is chairperson of the Phoenix-area Oracle applications users group. Annotation ©2009 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
Edition: Original
Number of Pages: 281
Genre: Computers + Internet
Sub-Genre: Enterprise Applications
Format: Paperback
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Osborne Media
Author: Melanie Anjele Cameron
Language: English
Street Date: April 23, 2009
TCIN: 12852426
UPC: 9780071622295
Item Number (DPCI): 248-51-6634

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