Monday, December 2, 2013

Integrating Journal Entries in Oracle eBusiness


Journal entries transfer accounting transactions to General Ledger for reporting and analysis. You can integrate the following subledgers with Oracle General Ledger:
1. Purchasing: Accrual of receipts not invoiced, purchase orders, final close cancellations
2. Payables: Invoices, payments, realized gain and loss, invoice price variance
3. Assets: Capital asset additions, cost adjustments, transfers, retirements, depreciation, reclassifications, also construction in process
4. Work In Process: Material issues or backflush to WIP, completions, returns, resource and overhead transactions, cost updates
5. Inventory: Inventory, cost of goods sold (COGS), cycle count and physical inventory adjustments, receiving transactions, delivery transactions, intercompany transfers, sales order issues, internal requisitions, subinventory transfers
6. Projects: Cost distribution of labor and non-labor, revenue
7. Receivables: Invoices, payments, adjustments, debit memos, credit memos, cash, chargebacks, realized gain and loss
8. Payroll: Salary, deductions and taxes
9. Cost Management: Cost distributions for inventory and work-in-process transactions.
 
 

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