Monday, October 10, 2016

Oracle Inventory Training Manual

Inventory Overview

The modules typically considered to be included in the Inventory cycle is: Inventory, Order Management and Purchasing. Depending upon the client's manufacturing environment, Oracle Bills of Material and Work in Progress may also be included within the Inventory cycle. The Inventory cycle is fully integrated into the Oracle Financial Applications and the Inventory Modules interface directly with other Oracle modules. This is an illustration of the cross-module integration points:





























 Within the Inventory cycle, there are a number of potential relevant areas, including:
·   Business Setups
o   Inventory Module
o   Organisations
o   Subinventories
o   Items
o   Costing
·   Standing Data Overview
o   Item Master
o   Item Entry
o   Item Costs
o   ABC Analysis
·   Transactions Overview
o    Inventory Transfers & Movements
o    Inventory Counts
o    Open Interfaces
o    Period End Procedures

·   Inventory Security
·   Access and Segregation of Duties



Items and several of their attributes (configurations) can be defined either at the "Master" or "Organization" level. If designated as a "Master" level, the item and/or its attribute are the same across all defined organizations. If an attribute or item is defined at the "Organisation" level, each item or attribute can have different values in each organization. This concept will be discussed further in each applicable section.


Business Setups Overview

The inventory cycle includes several one-time business setups:
·         Inventory Module
·         Organisations
·         Subinventories
·         Items
·         Costing

The chart below illustrates how these business setups interface with Inventory standing data and transactions.



























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