FCCS: Key User (2 days)

Audience

Key Users

Learning objectives

Enable Key Users to engage with FCCS and understand various methods of data entry, how to run consolidations and report on data in Oracle’s Financial Consolidation and Close Cloud Service (FCCS) applications.

Course description

An in-depth introduction to FCCS covering everything key users need to know to work effectively with FCCS.This course explores FCCS dimensionality and how data can be entered, loaded, adjusted, translated, consolidated and then analysed using data forms, dashboards, financial reports and ad-hoc spreadsheet analysis.

Explore the look, feel and functionality of the FCCS interface. Gain familiarity with the menu structure, clusters and cards available for navigation. Find out about the close process and discover how to submit and approve close tasks. Learn about creating and submitting journals and how to enter and report on Intercompany balances.

Get an understanding of the submission workflow and find out how to trigger business rules to run consolidation and other calculations. Create smart forms and custom dashboards. Perform ad-hoc analysis and learn how to write functions in Smart View and run Financial Reports.

Day summary

Day 1:

Overview, navigation, FCCS dimensionality, the close process, intercompany processing, working with journals 

Day 2:

Consolidation, calculation, translation, exchange rates, manage approvals, data forms, Smart View ad hoc analysis and functions, running Financial Reports 

Detailed course agenda 

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CPE Sponsors

Course title: FCCS: Key User

Duration: 2 days

Audience: Key Users

Pre-requisites: None

Delivery method: Classroom (group - live)

Advanced preparation: None

Recommended CPE credits: 14 credits - specialised knowledge and applications

Programme level: Introductory

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