ERP Courses

3.1 Oracle ERP (Financial Modules)
i. Oracle Financial Applications Overview 2 days
In this course, learners will learn the basics of the Oracle Financial Applications, to include General Ledger, Purchasing, Payables, Fixed Assets, Order Management, Accounts Receivables, Cash Management, and Projects. Learners will also be able to try many of these products in class using a series of hands on practices, which build on one another thus allowing you to experience both the tools and the workflow of which they are part.
ii. General Ledger Management Fundamentals 5 days
This course will help learners better understand the steps for completing the full accounting cycle, how Oracle General Ledger integrates with other E-Business Suite applications, as well as set-up considerations, so that they can make improved decisions during implementation.
iii. Asset Management Fundamentals 2 days
In this course, learners will learn the fundamental concepts and implementation considerations of Oracle Asset Management, which helps learners explain the Asset Management process from Asset Data Flow to the General Ledger, plan an Asset Management implementation, and implement Oracle Assets.
iv. Oracles Receivables Management Fundamentals 5 days
This course will teach learners to set up and use Oracle Receivables to manage receivables processing. By taking this course, learners will walk away with the skills to manage parties and customer accounts and have a better understanding of how the Receivables application fits into Oracle’s e-Business Suite of applications.
v. Oracles Payables Management Fundamentals 5 days
In this course, participants will learn how to set up and use Oracle Payables to manage the accounts payable process. They will learn how to create and manage suppliers and supplier bank accounts, process individual and recurring invoices, match invoices to purchase orders or receipts, use multiple distribution methods, and process various types of payments.
vi. Oracles Cash Management Fundamentals 5 days
In this course, participants will learn how to set up Oracle Cash Management and the other applications that integrate with it. They will learn how to set up security profiles and security grants to control access to the application and set up access controls for multiple organizations; how to create banks, bank branches and bank accounts; transfer cash between bank accounts; manage and reconcile bank statements; work with bank balances, and calculate interest.
3.2 SAP ERP (Financial Modules)
i. Financial Accounting: Part 1 (Core) 5 days
This course provides a comprehensive education in finance and accounting, coupled with a fully integrated understanding of the theory and practice of management in different organisations. It also provides a strong interdisciplinary core of material in accounting and finance theory and practice, focusing upon the modern firm and its financial environment.
ii. Financial Accounting: Part 2 (Core) 5 days
Learners will learn about basic fund financial statements and expand their knowledge of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) for state and local governments. Learners will also learn to calculate revenues and expenditures/expenses under both the modified accrual and the accrual bases of accounting.
iii. SAP Billing and Revenue Innovation Management (Consume to Cash) 5 days
This course will teach learners to manage billing and payments from customers as well as manage sophisticated revenue sharing with upstream and downstream partners to help the enterprise maintain differentiation and increase average revenue per customer.