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Oracle Financials - Certification - Advice Needed [message #200793] Wed, 01 November 2006 06:23 Go to next message
Siddhant
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Registered: September 2006
Location: Mumbai
Junior Member

Hi,

I am planning to take the Oracle Certification in Financials. I need advice on how to go about preparing for the same.

Regards,

Siddhant
Re: Oracle Financials - Certification - Advice Needed [message #202765 is a reply to message #200793] Sun, 12 November 2006 00:28 Go to previous messageGo to next message
gogula77
Messages: 52
Registered: January 2006
Location: Hyderabad
Member

Hi,

Please note that certification for financials modules (11i) is not available.

But you can expect certification for Oracle E Business Suite 12 for financials.

So Please wait for that.

All the best

Gogula
Re: Oracle Financials - Certification - Advice Needed [message #202957 is a reply to message #200793] Mon, 13 November 2006 07:25 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Siddhant
Messages: 8
Registered: September 2006
Location: Mumbai
Junior Member

Hi Gogula,

Thank you for the info. Does that mean I will have to take the class room training for Suit 12 also.

Regards,

Siddhant
Re: Oracle Financials - Certification - Advice Needed [message #202995 is a reply to message #202957] Mon, 13 November 2006 08:34 Go to previous messageGo to next message
gogula77
Messages: 52
Registered: January 2006
Location: Hyderabad
Member

Hi,

yes, you have to learn release 12 again.

And also note that there will be drastic changes in release 12.

So, my best suggestion is to concentreate on 11i and give importance to work experience but not to the certification.

bye

Gogula
Re: Oracle Financials - Certification - Advice Needed [message #203858 is a reply to message #202995] Thu, 16 November 2006 11:39 Go to previous messageGo to next message
dushyant
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Registered: September 2005
Member
Hi siddanth

just follow the below link, you will get the details of oracle 11i financials consultant certification exam.

http://education.oracle.com/pls/web_prod-plq-dad/db_pages.getpage?page_id=96

PS: Gogula my dear, half knowledge is dangerous, please dont give wrong information. you are misleading . Fortunately the forum has members who have more experience and knowledge of oracle than you do.
Re: Oracle Financials - Certification - Advice Needed [message #204009 is a reply to message #200793] Fri, 17 November 2006 05:32 Go to previous messageGo to next message
gogula77
Messages: 52
Registered: January 2006
Location: Hyderabad
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hi dushyant and all,

Give me some time, please let me check that with Oracle Corp or SQL Star International. I also saw the page previously and let me confirm that.

Last year, I myself planned to takeup the ocp exams (for financials), but I didnt find any information relating to this in Oracle website. And I also talked with my seniors about this. Then they informed me that OCP exams for financials were available for 11 and they were not available for 11i.

So, based on my knowledge I gave the reply. And please also note that I have an intention to help someone but not to mislead anyone.

And I accept that you have moooooooooooooooooooooooore knowledge than me.

Once again thanx for your info.

Gogula

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Re: Oracle Financials - Certification - Advice Needed [message #204762 is a reply to message #204009] Wed, 22 November 2006 00:32 Go to previous messageGo to next message
hitenm
Messages: 18
Registered: November 2006
Location: Mumbai
Junior Member

Hi All,

Till 30th September : There was Beta Version of Online Certification examinations. There were papers for OCP
[1] E-Businees Suite Essentials
[2] Gl
[3] AP/AR

These Beta versions are conducted by NIIT,SQL Star ,etc...These are not called oracle certifications because the question papers are not set by Oracle. These are actually used to finalise the draft for final actual oracle certification which is going to come up. Depending on the performance of the people in these exams , they will decide the difficulty level and passing % in final upcoming Oracle Certification.
The good thing is that if you clear this one , then you are considered as OCP professional. In other words, this certification(beta) will have same value as the upcoming oracle OCP Certification.

Recently , i checked online at oracle site that the Oracle version of first paper(essentials) is out and the passing % is fixed as 55(seems easy rite ?)

So as soon as other exams are also out the concept of Beta will disappear.

Also, one more thing the website also says that in order to be OCP certified , you need to attend Instructor Led training for these modules.

Correction/Updation in post would be appreciated.

Hiten
Re: Oracle Financials - Certification - Advice Needed [message #204829 is a reply to message #200793] Wed, 22 November 2006 05:04 Go to previous message
gogula77
Messages: 52
Registered: January 2006
Location: Hyderabad
Member

Hello hitenm and all

Thank you very much for your valuable input. I am enclosing the replies from SQL Star International, for you.

Thankx

Gogula

Dear Mr.Gogula,

Good Afternoon and Greetings from SQL!!!!

At the very outset let us thank you for enquiring with us for your
training needs, with regards to your mail to info@sqlstar.com,please find
enclosed the course details for your kind perusal.


S.No      Name of the Modules              Duration           Price

1    11i Navigate Oracle Application       1 Day         Rs 5,940 (INR)

2    11i eBusiness Suite Essentials        2 Days        Rs 11,880 (INR)

3    11i General Ledger Management         5 Days        Rs 29,700(INR)

4    11i Oracle Payable Fundamentals       4 Days        Rs 23,760(INR)

5    11i Oracle Receivable fundamentals    3 Days        Rs 17,820(INR)

6    Implement and use cash management     1 Day         Rs 5,940(INR)

7    11i Asset management fundamentals     4 Days        Rs 23,760(INR)


1. The training program is been designed and executed by Oracle.

2. The Material is provided by Oracle during the training.

3. The Participation certificate is provided by Oracle.


Total Duration for the program: 20days


Total Course Fee:  Rs.1,18,800.00


Service Tax @ 12.24% would be extra on the course Fee.


Total Fee  Rs.1,33,341/- per participant


However, if only specific modules are taken, then the fee payable would be
the course fee of the corresponding module as shown on the table above
plus tax.


Timings: 9.00am to 5.30pm  @ 8 Hrs Per day


Schedule for the Program:


Chennai                  : 04th Dec to 30th Dec 2006

Banglore                 : 02 Jan to 30 Jan 2007

Hyderabad                : 05th Feb to 02nd Mar 2007


Your confirmation for the program is based on the availbility of the slots.


OCP certification in 11i Applications - Financials.

  Details are given below:

Paper I    -  Oracle E-Business Fundamentals      -  $95

Paper II   -  Oracle General Ledger Fundamentals  -  $50

Paper III  -  Oracle Accounts Payables            -  $50

Paper IV   -  Oracle Accounts Receivable          -  $50


Papers I & II are common.

If you clear Paper III you will become - Oracle Financial Ceritified
Proffessional Consultant Payables.

If you clear Paper IV you will become - Oracle Financial Ceritified
Proffessional Consultant Receivables.

Administrative Details:
Draft favoring "SQL Star International Limited" Payable Hyderabad to be
sent with nomination form (find attached) / details of the participant and
a Pass Port Size photograph.
Cash / Cheque Payable Hyderabad are the other mode of payment is
acceptable. No refund will be given for cancelled nominations.
Kindly Note:  All registrations for our training will be closed 10 days
prior to the start date of the training. Kindly register before the end
date.
Kindly Send the Nomination & the payment to: Avinash Kapoor at the address
Mentioned Below

For any further queries and information please get in touch with the
undersigned.

warm Regards
Sunitha Budati(9866503344)
SQL Star International Ltd
4, Motilal Nagar Begumpet
Hyderabad - 500016
Phone : 91 40 27766501 , 27763125
Fax : 91 40 27761921
Visit us at www.sqlstarintl.com

www.sqlstar.com



Details of the training is given below



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11i Navigate Oracle Applications

DESCRIPTION

This course discusses the basic features of accessing and navigating
within Oracle Applications, Release 11i. The aim is to enable you  to
navigate within any of the Oracle Applications forms, regardless of the
application module. You will learn to enter data, retrieve
information in the form of a query, maintain data, use flex fields, and
access online help. Additionally, concurrent processing and
standard report submission topics will be discussed


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11i eBusiness Suite Essentials for Implementers

DESCRIPTION

What you will learn:
This course provides an overview of E-business Suite architecture, Shared
Entities and basic integration, Oracle Workflow,
Multi-Org, Flexfields, Alerts and System Administration for functional
implementers.

The E-business Essentials for Implementers course provides a foundation
for any E-business Suite Fundamentals course, and is a
prerequisite for any functional implementer new to Oracle Technology.

Learn to:

Explain the 11i E-Business Suite Architecture
Describe how the E-Business Suite leverages Shared Entities
Explain the fundamentals of System Administration, Flexfields,
Multi-Org, Alerts and Workflow

Audience:
Implementation Team
Consultants

Prerequisites:
11i E-Business Suite for End Users

Course Objectives:
Explain the basic Flexfields terminology
Explain the basic components of workflow
Explain the Multi-Org structure
Use the Workflow Monitor to monitor a workflow to completion
Identify the role of workflow as it relates to Oracle Applications  Define
key and descriptive flexfields
Identify Entities that are shared between multiple applications
Identify the components of the Oracle Workflow architecture
Identify the components that comprise an Oracle Application system Explain
reporting options in Multi-Org
Explain basic System Administration terminology
Explain basic alert terminology
Explain basic application integration
Explain how profile options work
Define and test a periodic alert
Create users, responsibilities and CRM resources & Create a modified menu
using menu/function exclusions

Course Topics:

Overview of the Internet Computing Architecture
11i eBusiness Suite Architecture

Shared Entity Integration
Identify the key Shared Entities found in Oracle eBusiness applications
Learn how Oracle shares information between Applications

System Administration
Manage System Security
Create Users
Create responsibilities using menu and function security
How to use Profiles

Flexfields
Configure your Application with Flexfields
Define a Value Set
Define and test a Key Flexfield
Define and test Descriptive Flexfields

Multi-Org
Multi-Org organizational model
Data security by application
Cross organization reporting

Oracle Workflow
Workflow Architecture
The Workflow Builder
The Workflow Engine
The Notification System and Directory Services
The Monitor
Business Events
Oracle Alert
The Periodic Alert
The Event Alert
Exceptions


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11i General Ledger Management Fundamentals
Duration: 5 days

DESCRIPTION

What you will learn:
This course prepares Implementation consultants to institute statutory
financial controls, reduce the period close cycle, access financial  data,
and deliver comprehensive financial reporting.

The General Ledger Management Fundamentals course is a part of the
Learning Path for Implementation Consultants, and will
prepare  you to ensure the highest transaction rates, largest data
volumes, and smallest processing windows needed to keep your
company  competitive.

Learn to:

Set up and manage multiple sets of books
Implement multi-currency systems
Consolidate data to meet strategic objectives

Audience:
Implementation Team
Consultants

Prerequisites:
11i E-Business Suite for End Users

Course Objectives:
Identify the elements of the Applications Desktop Integrator
Identify the elements required to create a Set of Books within Oracle
General Ledger
Explain the Oracle General Ledger revaluation and translation processes
Identify the set up options to process journal entries
Describe the types and components of journal entries
Identify the key implementation issues regarding Oracle General Ledger
fundamental topics
Identify the features and functionality of the Global Consolidation System
(GCS)
Explain where Multi-Currency is positioned within the Oracle General
Ledger business flow
Describe the basic report building concepts

Course Topics:

Set of Books
Chart of Account Design and Setup
Defining Calendars
Enabling Currencies
Defining a Set of Books
ADI Account Hierarchy Editor

Journal Entries
Entering Journals
Posting Journals
Account Inquiry
Drilling Down to Oracle Subledger Applications
Reversing Journals
ADI Journals
Importing Journals; Setting Up Journal Entries
Journal Entry Reports and Inquiries; Journal Entry Profile Options

Multi-Currency
Defining Currencies
Conversion Rates
Revaluing Balances
Translating Balances
Multi-Currency Reports and Listings
Multi-Currency Profile Options

Consolidations
Global Consolidation System
Consolidation Workbench
Eliminating Entries
Consolidation Reporting & Inquiry

Financial Reporting
Report Building Concepts
FSG Required Components
FSG Optional Components
Running Financial Reports
FSG Profile Options
Financial Listing Reports
ADI Report Wizard
ADI Request Center; ADI Analysis Wizard

Applications Desktop Integrator
Getting Started With ADI
ADI Options
ADI Setups
ADI Profile Options


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11i Oracle Payables Fundamentals


Duration: 4 days


In this course, participants learn how to set up and use Oracle Payables
to manage the accounts payable process. Participants learn how to manage
suppliers, process invoices as well as payments and generate key
reports. Participants also learn how to approve invoices for payment,
process stop and void payments, setup bank accounts and process payment
batches. Finally, the students learn how to close accounts payable periods
and transfer accounting details to the general ledger.

Participants will learn how the Payables application fits into Oracle's
e-Business Suite of applications. This is accomplished through a series of
tutorials, supplemented with hands-on exercises.

*        Describe how the payables process fits into the Oracle eBusiness
suite
of applications

*        Import/Enter invoices and invoice distributions

*        Identify Payables integration points

*        Define suppliers and supplier sites

*        Apply prepayments and advances

*        Identify key reports

Audience:
Functional Implementer
Sales Consultants

Required Prerequisites:

11i Navigate Oracle Applications

11i eBusiness Suite Essentials for Implementers


Suggested Prerequisites:

Working experience with accounts payables and purchasing.


Course Objectives:
Set up supplier tax information
Understand the Payables process flow within the Oracle eBusiness suite of
applications
Identify the key areas in the Payables process
Understand how Oracle products use supplier information
Import invoices or invoice information to create invoices in Payables
Enter invoices using Quick Invoices
Use the Payment Workbench
Set up bank accounts
Enter expense report templates
Apply advances
Set up credit card programs
Describe the period closing process in Payables and Purchasing
Reconcile accounts payable transactions for the period
Identify tax types, tax codes, and tax groups
Identify the withholding tax process
Process automatic withholding tax invoices

Course Topics:
Procure to Pay Lifecycle Overview
Describing the procure to pay process flow
Describing the key areas in the procure topay process
Describing how the procure to pay process fits into the Oracle eBusiness
suite of applications

Payables Overview
Describing the Payables process flow
Describing the key areas in the Payables process
Identifying Payables integration points
Identifying Payables open interfaces

Suppliers
Defining suppliers
Defining supplier sites
Identifying key reports
Using setup options
Identifying implementation considerations

Invoices
Importing and entering invoices and invoice distributions
Applying prepayments and advances
Matching invoices to purchase orders
Applying and releasing holds
Understanding invoice approval workflow
Validating invoices for payment

Quick Invoices
Using Quick Invoices
Entering invoice records
Entering purchase order matched invoice records
Entering price corrections
Finding and modifying invoice records
Adding invoice records
Creating invoices from invoice records
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Payments
Describing the process of issuing payments
Setting up bank accounts
Processing single payments
Processing payment batches
Processing stop and void payments

Expense Reports and Credit Cards
Describing the expense report process
Entering expense report templates
Entering expense reports
Applying advances
Identifying key expense related reports
Setting up credit card programs

Period Close
Describing the period closing process in Payables and Purchasing
Reconciling accounts payable transactions for the period

Appendix 1: Invoice Tax
Setting up supplier tax information
Describing supplier and supplier sites regions
Identifying tax validations
Entering taxes on invoices
Identifying tax types, tax codes, and tax groups
Submitting invoice validations
Using tax control methods
Identifying tax code defaults

Appendix 2: Withholding Tax
Identifying the withholding tax process
Using withholding tax options
Processing manual withholding tax invoices
Creating withholding tax invoices
Processing automatic withholding tax invoices

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11i Oracle Receivables Fundamentals

Duration: 3 days

In this course, participants learn how to use Oracle Receivables to manage
the accounts receivable process. There are hands-on exercises, through
which the participants learn how to manage customers, process invoices and
manage collections and submit reports. Finally, the
students learn how to close accounts receivable periods and transfer
accounting details to the general ledger.

Required Prerequisites:

11i Navigate Oracle Applications
11i eBusiness Suite Essentials for Implementers

Course Objectives:
Describe the overall order to cash process from Order Entry through Bank
Reconciliation
Describe Bank Reconciliation and Understand Cash Forecasting
Discuss the key areas in the Order to Cash Life Cycle
Define the features enabling you to enter and maintain party and
customer account
Describe the overall Receivables Process and explain where the
Receivables processing is positioned within the Order to Cash Life Cycle

Describe the way processing invoices fits into the Receivables process and
describe the Receipt Process
Overview of the Tax Accounting Process, Define General Tax Setup
Steps,Enter Tax Adjustments,Explain Tax Reporting Ledger
Define the various actions required to close a period in the Order to Cash
eBusiness flow
Explain the integration of Cash Management in the Order to Cash
eBusiness flow

Course Topics:
Overview of Oracle Receivables Process
Order to Cash Lifecycle
Overview of Receivables Process
Overview of the Transaction Process
Overview of Other Invoice Operations
Overview of Adjustments
Overview of the AutoInvoice Process
Overview of the Receipts and Remittances
Overview of Collections and Tax

Manage Parties and Customers Accounts
Party Model Overview
Profile Classes
Multiple Sites and Business Purposes: Centralized and Decentralized
Example Data Quality Management
Dun & Bradstreet Integration
Merge Parties or Customer Accounts
Reports
Required Setup Steps for Customers

Order to Cash Lifecycle Overview
Order to Cash Lifecycle Overview
Over of Application Integration
Customer Entry Methods
Order Management Process
Pricing Process
Shipping Process
AutoInvoice Process
Receivables Process

Process Invoices
Oracle Receivables Overview
Transaction Overview
Invoice Entry Methods
Entering Sales Credits
Creating Invoice Batches
Creating Debit Memos and Creating Adjustments
Voiding Transactions
Reports and Printing Transactions

Process Invoices Using AutoInvoice
AutoInvoice Process and Integration
Defining Transaction Batch Sources
Defining Transaction Flexfields
Determining Tax Liability
Managing AutoInvoice System Options
Correct Errors Overview
AutoInvoice Exception Handling Windows

Implement Customer Invoicing
Required Setup Steps for Transactions
Auto Accounting
Payment Terms
Remit-to Addresses
Accounting Rules
Setting Up Document Sequencing
Setting Up Gapless Transaction Numbering
Consolidated Billing Invoices

Manual Receipts
Overview of Receipts
Creating Batches
Applying Receipts to an Invoice
Criteria for Mass Applying Receipts
Applying Cross Currency Receipts
Entering Discounts

Implement Receipts
Overview of Receipt Setup
Types of Receivables Activities
Receipt Class, Payment Method and Bank Account Relationship
Defining Bank Accounts
Defining Receipt Classes
System Options for Accounting
Profile Options
Functional Security

Tax Accounting Process
Order Management Global Taxes Overview
Receivables Global Tax Overview
Value Added Tax Overview
US Sales Tax Overview
Tax Partner Process Overview
Other Taxes in Oracle Applications
Tax Setup Steps
Defining Tax Preferences, Defaults and Rules

Period Close Process
Period Closing Process
Overview of Ordering to Period Closing
Standard Reports
Reconciling Inventory Transactions
Running Revenue Recognition
Transferring to the General Ledger
Running the Journal Import Program
Mapping Receivables Transactions to General Ledger Categories

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11i Implement & Use Cash Management

Duration: 1 day

In this course, participants will learn how to setup and use Oracle Cash
Management to import and reconcile bank statements. Participants will also
practice posting updated information to Oracle General Ledger and
generating Oracle Cash Management reports. Finally, the participants will
learn how to generate cash forecasts using the data across
organizations.

Audience:
End Users

Required Prerequisites:

Oracle Payables Release 11i or Oracle Receivables Release 11i

Suggested Prerequisites:

11i Navigate Oracle Applications


Course Objectives:
Post to Oracle General Ledger
Set up the system
Perform cash forecast
Load bank statements
Perform inquiries and run reports
Reconcile bank statements


Course Topics:
Setting Up Oracle Cash Management
Using Oracle Cash Management with Oracle Payables
Defining Oracle Cash Management System Parameters
Defining Bank Transaction Codes

Loading Electronic Bank Statements
Loading the Bank Statement Open Interface
Importing Bank Statements
Validating Bank Statement
Reviewing Bank Statement Interface Errors
Correcting Bank Statement Interface Errors

Loading Bank Statements Manually
Entering Bank Statement Information Manually
Updating Bank Statements

Reconciling Bank Statements
Reconciling Bank Statements Automatically
Defining Reconciliation Tolerances
Reconciling Multicurrency Transactions
Reconciling Bank Statements Manually
Reconciling Open Interface Transactions
Reconciling Bank Errors and Corrections
Creating Reconciled Bank Statement Lines
Reconciling Available Transactions, Batches,

Creating Transactions
Creating Miscellaneous Transactions
Creating Payment and Receipt Transactions
Recording Exceptions
Entering Reversals
Using Attachments

Posting to the General Ledger
Posting to the General Ledger
Archiving and Purging Imported Bank Statements

Inquiry and Reports
Inquiring Manual Reconciliations
Inquiring Available Transactions
Using Oracle Cash Management Reports

Performing Cash Forecast
Defining Forecast Templates
Generating Cash Forecast Using the Submit
Generating Manually Entered Cash Forecasts
Querying, Reviewing, and Modifying Cash Forecasts
Exporting Cash Forecasts to Microsoft Excel

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11i Asset Management Fundamentals
Duration: 4 days

Oracle Asset Management can help enterprises lower administrative costs by
streamlining data management. In this course you will learn the
fundamental concepts and implementation considerations of Oracle Asset
Management. Concepts learned through a series of tutorials,
demonstrations, and practices. This course is part of the overall Asset
Management Learning Path for Implementation Consultants.

Learn To:

*        Explain the Asset Management process from Asset Data Flow to the
General Ledger

*        Plan an Asset Management implementation

*        Implement Oracle Assets, including setting up of Asset Books,
Mass Asset Additions, Asset Depreciation and tax accounting

Required Prerequisites:

11i Navigate Oracle Applications
11i eBusiness Suite Essentials for Implementers

Course Objectives:
Identify the key functional areas that are part of Oracle Asset
Management
Identify the key implementation issues regarding Oracle Asset Management
fundamental topics
Describe the overall Asset Management process from setup through asset
data flow to the General Ledger

Course Topics:
Overview of Oracle Asset Management
Asset Management Process Overview
Asset Management Key Areas

Asset Controls Setup
Asset Management Setup Steps
Asset Management Key Flexfield
Specifying System Controls
Quickcodes
Asset Calendars
Asset Management Profile Options
Planning an Asset Management Implementation

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Asset Books
Defining Asset Books
Book Controls Regions
Security by Book

Asset Categories
Defining Asset Categories
Asset Categories General Ledger Accounts Region
Asset Categories Default Depreciation Rules Region

Manual Asset Additions
Adding Assets Manually
QuickAdditions
Detail Additions

Mass Asset Additions
The Mass Additions process
Mass Additions Create
Prepare Mass Additions
Post Mass Additions
Delete Mass Additions
Creating Assets Using ADI

CIP Asset Additions
CIP Asset Additions
Adding CIP Assets
Creating Mass Additions from Capital Assets in Oracle Projects

Asset Adjustments & Maintenance
Types of Asset Adjustments
Amortizing Asset Adjustments
Physical Inventory
Asset Maintenance Scheduling

Asset Retirements
Asset Retirements
Calculate Gains and Losses
Reinstating Asset Retirements

Depreciation
Setting Up Asset Depreciation
Depreciation Methods & Conventions
Generating Depreciation
Projecting Depreciation Expense

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Asset Accounting
Asset Accounting Setup
Creating Asset Management Journal Entries
Using the Account Generator in Asset Management
Asset Inquiry
Asset Reporting

Tax Accounting
Tax Asset Books
Adding and Maintaining Assets in a Tax Asset Book


warm Regards
Sunitha Budati(9866503344)
SQL Star International Ltd
4, Motilal Nagar Begumpet
Hyderabad - 500016
Phone : 91 40 27766501 , 27763125
Fax : 91 40 27761921
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>>>   >>>   To: info@sqlstar.com
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>>>   Subject: Request for information relating to Oracle Certified
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>>>
>>>
>>>   Dear sir or madam,
>>>
>>>   I have 2 and half years of experience in oracle E Business Suite 11i
>>> Certification exams and want to become "Oracle E-Business Suite 11i
>>> Financials Certified Professional Consultant".
>>>
>>>   Please give me the more details relating to this.
>>>
>>>   thankx and regards
>>>
>>>   Gogula


  

 
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