Complete Order 2 Cash O2C Cycle in Oracle Apps R12 - Complete Order 2 Cash (O2C) Cycle in Oracle Apps R12


Complete Order 2 Cash (O2C) Cycle in Oracle Apps R12

27 Mar , 2018  

  • Basic knowledge on Business Process
  • Basic Knowledge in Oracle Apps Fundamentals
  • Basic Knowledge on Flow of Business

Order to Cash Cycle

The Order to Cash Process flow starts with entering the order with a standard item into system. When you enter an order, the item are validated in oracle inventory, the price is calculated for the items using the pricing engine; the availability of the items are checked and may be reserved. Once all the required fields are entered on both the header and the lines, you can book the order. When you click on the Book Order button, the API OEXUBOKB.pls, checks if the order is eligible for booking. If eligible the order is booked and the order header status would change to booked. The next step is the pick release with which you move the items from the warehouse to the staging area. The next step is to ship confirm, to indicate that the items are loaded on to the carrier from the staging area. When you run Ship Confirm, the system decrements inventory and updates sales order line status. This information is then transferred through the Auto Invoice to Account Receivables for invoicing. Then you sent the invoice to your customer for the items shipped and then perform the cash management and bank reconciliations.

Following are the steps the process will go through from creating a Sales Order to Posting the details in GL.

  • Enter the Sales Order
  • Book the Sales Order
  • Launch Pick Release
  • Ship Confirm
  • Create Invoice
  • Create the Receipts either manually or using Auto Lockbox ( In this article we will concentrate on Manual creation)
  • Transfer to General Ledger
  • Journal Import
  • Posting

Involved Modules in Order to Cash

Order Management: Creating and shipping the Order

Inventory:  Onhand availability, Reservation

Receivables: For Receipt against invoice

General Ledger: Importing, entering and posting the journals.

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  • Any one who want to become a Professional in Oracle Apps
  • Any one who want become a Technical Consultant in Oracle Apps ERP
  • Any one who want become a Techno Functional Consultant in Oracle Apps ERP

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