FCCS: Enablement for Project Teams (2 days)
Enable project teams to make a more valuable contribution to the design and implementation of Oracle’s Financial Consolidation and Close Cloud Service (FCCS) applications.
An in-depth exploration of FCCS, ideal for project managers and design teams that need to get up to speed fast. This course is typically taught before the application design process begins. It covers all capabilities of the system and explores the interface, the dimensionality and the key design considerations required for the implementation of efficient and effective applications.
This course illustrates how the close process can be adopted within FCCS. It also explores the flow of data from source systems and various migration methodologies. Attendees will explore the transformation of data through FCCS into meaningful management and statutory information, as well as reviewing validation and approval capabilities of the system.
This is the perfect way to start an FCCS implementation. It provides a thorough grounding in functionality, terminology and concepts. It also challenges perceptions and provides perspective on the possibilities that FCCS offers your organisation. It will help inform the decisions that need to be taken during the early design and build phase of your project.
Overview, functionality and features, navigation, terms and concepts, managing dimensionality, data migration, typical close processes, custom navigation flows, data forms and dashboards, security, cloud services maintenance.
Calculation rules, manage ownerships and consolidation methods, understanding supplemental data, journals, intercompany processing, defining valid intersections, reporting capabilities and Smart View.
Detailed course agenda
Course title: FCCS: Enablement for Project Teams
Duration: 2 days
Audience: Project Teams
Delivery method: Classroom (group - live)
Advanced preparation: None
Recommended CPE credits: 14 credits - specialised knowledge and applications
Programme level: Intermediate
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