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Oracle JD Edwards EnterpriseOne 9.0: Supply Chain Management Cookbook

Cookbook
Kashif Rasheed

Over 130 simple but incredibly effective recipes for configuring, supporting, and enhancing EnterpriseOne SCM with this book and ebook
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Book Details

ISBN 139781849681964
Paperback370 pages

About This Book

  • Master all that the EnterpriseOne SCM modules have to offer with this book and e-book full of step by step instructions
  • Go deeper into SCM functionality with special orders and approvals
  • This recipe-based guide packed with images, and concluding with a real-world Supply Chain blueprint, helps you fully absorb each step by step task

Who This Book Is For

If you are a functional consultant, technical consultant/developer, or project manager and want to improve your business perspective of EnterpriseOne SCM, this book is for you.

You should have basic knowledge of navigating EnterpriseOne and general supply chain familiarity. Knowledge of the Common Foundation JDE 9.0 module is advantageous; the supply chain business domain knowledge will be an add-on to this.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Inventory Management
Introduction
Inventory management setup
Setting up branch/plant constants
Setting up inventory transactions
Defining item information
Defining segmented items and templates
Item classification
Item Unit of Measure (UOM) conversion
Item branch/plant setup
Item costing and pricing
Chapter 2: Inventory Transactions, Item Quantity, and Physical Inventories
Introduction
Issuing inventory
Adjusting inventory
Transferring inventory
Item and quantity information
Locating item and quantity information
Defining search criteria
Item Ledger Inquiry (CARDEX)
Reviewing supply-and-demand information
Physical inventory processing with cycle counts
Processing tag counts
Chapter 3: Updating Costs, Using Kits, and Lot Processing
Introduction
Updating item costs
Updating average costs for items
Updating detail costing
Processing kit components
Entering bills of material for kit items
Creating lot processing
Viewing lot availability
Reviewing lot quantities
Revising lot activity dates
Viewing a lot transaction
Reclassifying a lot
Chapter 4: Understanding and Setting up Procurement
Introduction
Setting up Automatic Accounting Instructions
Setting up the document type
Setting up order activity rules
Setting up a requisition
Setting up Request For Quotes (RFQs)
Setting up contract/blanket orders
Setting up purchase orders
Setting up Order Approval
Setting up a receipt route
Setting up standard receipts
Chapter 5: Understanding Pricing in Procurement and Purchase Orders
Introduction
Setting up pricing in procurement
Creating stock/non stock-based purchase orders
Creating discount terms
Creating tax information
Creating substitute or replacement items
Creating kits orders
Change orders
Printing orders
Creating orders for multiple suppliers
Creating supplier catalogs
Entering order using order templates
Creating order from quote order
Setting an order on hold
Entering and releasing order holds
Chapter 6: Receipt Processing
Introduction
Setting up purchase receivers
Printing purchase receivers
Processing receipt information
Entering/reversing receipts
Review journal entry for receipt transaction
Journal entry creation for items in receipt routes
Defining payment eligibility for item removal
Creating and assigning receipt routes
Working with items in receipt routes
Transferring items to operations
Removing items from a receipt route
Reviewing item history
Purchase order template
Chapter 7: Creating Vouchers and Landed Costs
Introduction
The voucher creation process
Reviewing open receipts
Setting up retainage
Working with retainage
Setting up landed costs
Entering landed costs
Landed cost entry during the receipt process
Landed cost entry as a standalone process
Chapter 8: Processing Special Orders and Approvals
Introduction
Creating a purchase requisition
Generating a quote from a requisition
Creating an RFQ from a requisition
Creating a supplier price quote
Generating a purchase order from an RFQ
Reviewing order revisions
Entering order revisions
Stocked item reorder point
Creating an approval route
Approval delegation
Setting up the Order Awaiting for Approvals application
Working with Orders Awaiting for Approval
Chapter 9: Sales Order Management and Additional Orders
Introduction
Setting up Order Activity Rules
Setting up AAI
Setting up a Credit Sales Order
Setting up a Return Order
Creating a Sales Order
Updating and copying Sales Order Information
Creating a Sales Order with Templates
Reviewing an Order Revision History
Ordering for Kits and Configured items
Processing Recurring Sales Orders
Sales Order for Matrix Items
Reviewing Sales Ledger Inquiry
Processing a Sales Transfer
Creating Direct Ship Sales Orders
Creating a Blanket Order
Creating Quote Order
Chapter 10: Holding, Releasing, and Reviewing
Introduction
Setting up an Order Hold
Releasing Held Orders
Blanket Order Release
Releasing Quote Orders
Customer Master Information
Customer Billing Information
Reviewing Sales Ledger Information
Sales Commission Information
Chapter 11: Order Processing, Prepayments, and Invoicing
Introduction
Printing pick slips
Setting up serial number processing
Running shipment confirmations
Setting up bills of lading
Printing delivery notes
Setting up prepayment processing
Setting up authorized credit card transactions
Updating the transaction status
Creating an invoice cycle
Printing standard invoices
Chapter 12: Updating Prices, End of Day Processes, and Sales Returns
Introduction
Updating the base prices
Updating prices for a customer
Setting the end of day processing
Running the end of day processing
Journal entry batch review and approval
Reviewing electronic mail for messages
Returned material authorization
Interbranch and intercompany orders
Reposting orders
Setting up sales journal
Chapter 13: SCM Customizations
Introduction
Developing the stock analysis report
Creating the sales invoice report
Creating the purchase order report
Reconciliation of the item ledger with the account ledger report

What You Will Learn

  • Kick start your learning by setting up Inventory Management and Procurement Management
  • Master the basics like order approvals, invoicing, and updating price information
  • Tackle a number of options for setting up special orders, such as requisition orders and blanket orders
  • Learn how to run End of Day processes
  • Gain a comprehensive overview of Sales Order Management and understand Additional Sales Orders
  • Get to grips with table structures and prepare the table schema mapping document for data migration
  • Take advantage of and learn from a real-world case study of a Supply Chain business blueprint

In Detail

Oracle’s JD Edwards Enterprise One Supply Chain Management (SCM) aids your business in enhancing your interactions with enterprise suppliers, and this practical cookbook provides essential implementation sequences to make the most of the suite. The functionality across the application described in this comprehensive guide allows you to be proactive in reacting to real-time information and developing procurement strategies and best practices.

“Oracle JD Edwards EnterpriseOne 9.0: Supply Chain Management Cookbook” explains with step by step instructions how to fully implement the EnterpriseOne Supply Chain suite, set up Inventory Management, Procurement Management and Sales Order Management, and much more. Each chapter will provide you the details of setup-related information, and instructions which will direct you in configuring your company’s business processes.

This business-ready cookbook provides you with all the instructions you need to set up the SCM application, and utilize it based on your company’s individual business requirements. It begins by demonstrating how to review inventory quantity information and perform physical inventory through cycle count and tag count, and later moves onto how to configure the interactive application, and how to set up the batch versions.
Along the way it will also cover the item master information, classification, AAI setup, and system integration. Ultimately, “Oracle JD Edwards EnterpriseOne 9.0: Supply Chain Management Cookbook” will equip you with the knowledge to configure and take advantage of the entire SCM system.

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