Oracle has developed this ERP solution which truly covers these both cycles as well as many others. Oracle EBS comprises of the Standard Core Business Management
applications like General Ledger, Payables, Receivables, Purchasing, Order Management, Inventory, Discrete Manufacturing, Process Manufacturing , HRMS and many
more. The application mentioned are so integrated that it handles the beginning to end of both Assets and Liabilities. When refering to Assets its referring to applications like
Order Management and Receivables, and when refering to Liabilities its referring to Purchasing and Payables and both of these Assets and Liabilities are finally pushed and
calculated in Oracle General Ledger.
The base or the heart of Oracle EBS is Oracle General Ledger. we can say GL an intrinsic.
Procure to Pay:
Procure to Pay means Procuring Raw Materials required to manufacture the final or finished Goods to Paying the Supplier from whom the material was purchased. But this
is not just two steps. It involves many steps. Let’s see the steps and Oracle Application involved in performing those steps.
Oracle Purchasing: You enter Suppliers of different materials and products you want to purchase to manufacture a finished good that your organization plans to sell.
Oracle Purchasing: You prepare a Request for Quotation (RFQ) and send it to different suppliers to get the best and/or economical price for the product.
Oracle Purchasing: Suppliers sends their quotations and you upload those quotations in Oracle Purchasing to get the best three quotes and further to get the one best
Oracle Purchasing: You prepare a Purchase Order(PO) against the best RFQ to buy the goods from the supplier who quoted the suitable price and sends the PO to that
Oracle Purchasing: The supplier receives the confirmation of purchase from PO and ships the ordered goods. You receive the goods enter a Goods Received Note (GRN) in
Oracle Inventory / Oracle Assets: It’s up to us whether we want to receive the goods at our head office or Inventory directly. In either case we move the received
goods to different Raw Material Inventory from Oracle Purchasing to Oracle Inventory and the Item Count increases. If the item is Asset Type then it will move to Oracle
Assets at the time of Invoice creation in Oracle Payables.
Oracle General Ledger: Once we move the goods to Oracle Inventory, it sends the Material Accounting to Oracle General Ledger.
Oracle Payables: After this the supplier sends the invoice for the purchased goods and we Enter or Match the invoice against the PO from Oracle Purchasing in Oracle
Payables. As said before, if the item is Asset in nature then it will move to Oracle Asset.
Oracle General Ledger: When we enter the invoice it means that we have created a Liability against that supplier and also we have recorded the expense incurred or asset
purchased. Oracle Payables sends the invoice accounting to Oracle General Ledger.
Oracle Payables: pay the invoice and settle the Liability.
Oracle General Ledger: The liability is settled and our cash movement account is updated.
Oracle Cash Management: As we pay the invoice Oracle Payables sends the payment information to Oracle Cash Management for Bank Reconciliation. Once reconciled,
Oracle Cash Management sends the updated Bank/Cash accounting entry to Oracle General Ledger.
Oracle General Ledger: our cash at bank is updated with actual balance.
Oracle Process Manufacturing(OPM) / Oracle Discrete Manufacturing(ODM): we start the manufacturing of our final product. Both OPM or ODM requests the different raw
materials from our inventory organizations and manufactures a finished good.
Oracle Inventory: As the raw materials are issued to OPM and ODM the inventory sends the issuing material accounting to General Ledger and decreases the Item Count
from the Raw Material Store. As the finished good is prepared, Oracle Inventory receives the finished good in Finished Good Store and increase the Item Count.
Now the final product is ready to be sold in the market and from here the O2C cycle starts.
Order to Cash Cycle:
Order to Cash means Customer’s Order Placing to Vendor’s Cash Receiving. When your final product is ready to be sold, you market it. The customer gets fascinated with
the marketing campaign and decides to buy your product and from here starts the O2C cycle.
Oracle Order Management: Customer places the order.
Oracle Order Management: You enter the customer order
Oracle Inventory: Check the available unit and the quantity ordered by the customer.
Oracle Order Management: You ship the product to customer site and decreases the Finished Goods inventory.
Oracle Receivables: The customer receives the product and you invoice the customer.
Oracle General Ledger: You record your revenue and receivables.
Oracle Receivables: The customer pays and you receive the cash/check.
Oracle Cash Management: Oracle Receivables sends the customer receipt for Bank Reconciliation. After reconciliation, Oracle Cash Management send the actual bank
balance or Oracle General Ledger.
Oracle General Ledger: You have the actual bank balance.
This is how the P2P and O2C cycle works, but this is not the only way, obviously there are many other applications with different cycles. This is one of them.
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