Oracle Applications comprise the applications software or business software of Oracle Corporation. The term refers to the non-database and non-middleware parts of Oracle’s software portfolio. Oracle sells many functional modules which use the Oracle RDBMS as a back-end, notably Oracle Financials, Oracle HRMS, Oracle Projects, Oracle CRM, Oracle Procurement, etc. Oracle initially launched its application suite with financials software in the late 1980s. The offering as of 2009 extends to supply-chain management, human-resource management, warehouse-management, customer-relationship management, call-center services, product-lifecycle management, and many other areas. Both in-house expansion and the acquisition of other companies have vastly expanded Oracle’s application software business
HRMS Training Course Content
- What is an ERP
- Introduction to Oracle Application E-Business Suite and its Architecture.
- Understanding Multi-Org Concept in Oracle Application.
- Understanding Oracle apps R12 MOAC (Multi-Org Access Control Model).
- Oracle application System Administration.
- Creating Application Users
- Functional Security and Application Security
- Creating role based Responsibilities.
- Creating Custom Menus, Request Groups, Data Groups.
- Creating and managing Concurrent Programs and Reports. Standard request submission (SRS)
- Profile Options in Oracle Applications.
- Value Sets and Flex fields in Oracle Applications.
- KFF and DFF
- Overview of Alerts and Workflow .
Fundamentals of Flexfields
- Basics of Flexfields
- Define Value sets
- Define Key Flexfields
- Define Descriptive Flexfields
- Flex field enhancements in R12
- Oracle HRMS Solutions
- Business Processes in Oracle HRMS
- Oracle HRMS Information Model
- Overview of Enterprise Work Structures
- Defining Common Data
- Defining Descriptive Flex fields
- Special Information Types and Extra Information Types in Oracle HRMS
- Defining Lookups and Values
- Creation a Business Group
- Creation of Locations and Organizations Overview
- Representing Financial Reporting Structure
- Representing Legal and Government Reporting Structures
- Defining Organization Information for Government Mandated Reporting
- Representing Grades and Their Relationship to Pay
- Representing Jobs and Positions ‘
- Position Hierarchies