Oracle SCM has three primary goals: Reduce inventory, increase the transaction speed by exchanging data in real-time, and increase sales by implementing customer requirements more efficiently.

Supply Chain is a network of retailers, distributors, transporters, storage facilities and suppliers that participate in the sale, delivery and production of a particular product, Make a note a supply chain is product specific, not company specific, Supply chain management (SCM) is a systematic approach to manage the entire flow of information, materials, and services from raw material suppliers through factories and warehouses to the end customer, Moreover , SCM involves the flows of material, information and finance in a network consisting of customers, suppliers, manufacturers, and distributors

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Introduction to ERP


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Multi – Org Structure and MOAC, Real time Project Scenarios ( AIM Document), CYCLES - Procure to Pay (P2P), Order to Cash (O2C), PERIOD END PROCESS, TECHNICAL CONCEPTS - Reports, Interfaces, Conversions, Enhancements

Introduction to ERP

What is Oracle Application/E-Business suite, Versions available in Oracle, Versions available in Oracle Application, What are major modules available in Oracle Application, ERP’s available in the market, Why Oracle application is so popular, What Basically Implementation, up gradation & Support is?, Overview of Implementation of Oracle Application, Companies Implementing Oracle Application, Hardware requirements for Oracle Application 

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 Purchasing (PO)

Introduction of Purchasing, Define all the relevant Setups for Purchasing, Define Suppliers and Supplier Sites, Approved Suppliers list, Setup Options - Financial Options, Purchasing Options, Receiving Options, Define Job, Position, Employees & Buyers, Define Employees Position Hierarchy, Define Employees Approval Groups & Approval Assignment, Define Document Types – Requisitions, PO’s, Define Lines Types, Freight Carriers, Define PO Lookup codes - FOB, Freight Terms, Define Item Hazard Classes, UN Numbers, Create Requisitions, RFQ, Quotations and Quote Analysis, Purchase Order flow, Create Manual PO’s and through Auto Create, Types of Purchase Orders, Standard Purchase Order, Planned Purchase Order, Blanket Purchase Agreement, Contract Purchase Agreement, Receive Item against PO, Release Document - Blanket Release and Schedule Releases, Implement and Create Auto Sourcing Rule, Return transactions Against PO, Document Forward Types – Direct and Hierarchy, Types of PO Controlling – Cancel, Close, Close for Receipt, Close for Invoice, Apply Receipt Routing – Direct, Standard, Inspection, Receiving Controls – Substitute, Cascade, Express, Blind Receive, UN Ordered, Lot, Revision, Days early and Late, Over receipt

Inventory (INV)

Introduction of Inventory, Define Locations & Workday Calendar, Define Inventory Organization – Accounting, Inventory, Receiving, Define Master Item & Assign Item to Organization,Define Item templates & Item Attributes, Define Unit of Measures & Conversions, Definition of Sub Inventories and Locators, Check On-hand Available Quantities, Create Transactions, Miscellaneous Receipts and Issues, Sub Inventory transactions & Move Order Transactions, Inter Org Transfer Transactions, Implementing Planning’s, Mini-Max Planning, Kanban Planning, Re Order Point Planning, Replenishment Planning, Compare Physical Available qty with System Qty, Inventory Accuracy, ABC analysis, Physical Counting, Cycle Counting, Implement Inventory Controls, Lot, Revision, Serial, Locator, Sub inventory, Implement Key Flex fields in Inventory, Alias, System Item, Item Category, Item catalog, Locators, Sales order, All other relevant inventory setups  

Order Management (OM)

Introduction of Order Management, Understanding OM Cycles, All relevant setups for Order Management, Define Payment Terms, Sales Persons, Collectors, Define Customer Profile Classes & Customers, Implements OM Transaction Types – Normal, Mixed & Return, Define Document Sequences and assign to transaction types, Setup Approvals for Transactions to Approve Quotations, Setup System Options, System Parameters &Shipping Parameters, Define Pick slip grouping rules & Release sequence rules, Define shipping methods / Freight Carriers, Define Simple Price list, Setup Grants and Roles definitions to User, Create Sales All type of Sales Order, Create Quotations, Approve Quotations, Customer Acceptance, Enter SO, Release SO, Picked/ Staged SO, Shipped SO, Close SO, Create RMA and apply to Normal SO, Crete Drop Shipment SO, Back To Back SO, Create Internal Sales Orders and Internal Requisitions, Create Blanket Sales Agreement and Apply Agreement to Normal SO, Define Qualifiers and Modifiers and Apply to SO, Create Back Order to Return material to Inventory, Apply Credit Check & Holds, Cancel SO – Line level and Header level, Apply Manual Holds and Release Holds 

Bill of Materials (BOM)

Introduction of Bill of Materials, Define Bill of Material Parameters, Define bills and bill levels, Comparing bills and Indented bills, Create common bills, Attach the documents of bills, Define resources, Define departments and standard operations codes, Define routing's, All relevant setups for bill of materials, BOM Types.  

Work in Process (WIP)

Introduction of work in process, Introduction of type of Mfg. process, Define WIP parameters, Define WIP accounting class, Relevant WIP setups, Complete cyclic flow for Discrete Mfg. and transactions, Complete cyclic flow for Repetitive Mfg. and transactions, Query Job/Schedule details

Human Resources - Define Employee Job, Position, Employees, Position Hierarchy, Approval Limits

Multi-Org Structure Implement & Apply to Responsibilities by Using Profile Options- Location, Business Group, Legal Entity, Ledger, Operating Unit, Inventory Organization, Sub-Inventory, Locators, System Administrator - Define Responsibilities and Users, Apply Profile Options in Different levels, Custom and Customization Menu’s, Define Executable files to Execute Reports, Define Request Group & Concurrent Manager,  

AIM - Application Implementation Methodology

Project Types - Implementation, Support, Migration/Up gradation, Customization, Global Rollout, Phases - Definition, Operation analysis, Solution Design, Build, Transition, Production , Documents - BP-40 – Current Business Process Model, RD-20 – Requirement gathering, BP-80 – Future Business Process, BR-10 – Gap Analysis, BR-100 – Setup Document, MD-50 – Functional specification document, TE-40 – Test scripts, Project Models - Offshore, Onshore, Onsite, Project Instances - Dev, Test, Prod


As per Supply-Chain Operations Reference-model (SCOR) which has been developed by Supply-Chain Council. This model organized and focused on the five primary management


PLAN: This is vital part of SCM philosophy, where the companies normally need to make strategy for managing all the resource that go towards fulfilling the customer demand for the product and services that they offers. A big piece of planning is developing a set of matrices to monitor the Supply chain so that it would be efficient, cost effective and deliver high quality and value to the customer.

Source: It means processes that procure goods and services to meet planned or actual demand. This part of SCM consists of selecting right suppliers that will deliver the good and services that need to create your product. Developing a set of pricing, delivery and payment process with supplier is important. Also this will also take care of managing the inventory of goods, and services you receive from your suppliers, including receiving shipping, verifying them, transferring them into various facilities and authorizing supplier payment. 

Make: This is basically a step where your company starts fulfilling the request or BUILT for products into finished state to meet planned or actual demand. Schedule activity necessary for production, testing, packaging and preparation for delivery.

Delivery: This is also called Logistic Process. This is the processes that provide finished goods and services to meet planned or actual demand, typically including order management, transportation management, and distribution management.

Return - This is real pain of SCM model, which defined as processes associated with returning or receiving returned products for any reason.


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