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Oracle Cash Management – R12 Delta

Context – Objectives of the Training

• This training will help Associates in understanding Oracle Cash Management in Financials area.

• This training will help Associates in understanding the R12 features in Cash management
considering the real life case studies.

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Agenda

• General Introduction to Oracle CM Module


• Run Through End to End Business Processes
• Delta Features of Oracle CM Module
• Setup sequence
• Business Case Study

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General Introduction- Oracle CM
Position and Control Cash
 Oracle Cash Management is an enterprise-wide solution for managing liquidity
and controlling cash

Cash Management
General Ledger Financial Institutions

Receivables Payables Payroll Purchasing Treasury

Oracle Applications or external sources

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Oracle CM – Business Process

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R12 Features

 Bank Account Model


» Easier and more reliable
» Single access point
» Single Legal Entity ownership
• Usage rights granted to one or more Organizations
• Reconciliation option defined at Bank Account level
• More flexibility and control

 Multi-Org Access Control


» Shared Services operating model
• Allows access, process, and report on unlimited Operating Units within single apps
responsibility
• Data Security maintained using security profiles

 Subledger Accounting
» Provides tools for external reporting, corporate management, and accounting requirements.
• Accounting Methods Builder
– Accounts, lines, descriptions, summarization, and dates of JE’s.
– Add detail transaction detail to JE headers and lines

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Oracle CM – R12 Features

 Bank Account Balances/Interest Calculation


» New Bank Account balance types for internal bank accounts
» Flexible reporting tools for balance and trend reporting
 Bank Account Transfers
» Previously only supported through Treasury
» New Feature allows users to create cash transfers manually or automatically
 Cash Pooling
» Self-Initiated physical cash pools
» Bank-Initiated Physical Cash Pools or Zero Balance Accounts
» Notional Cash Pools
 Bank Statement Accounting
» Define mapping rules that can automatically create and reconcile
» Users able to define flexible matching rules
 Bank Account Signing Authorities
» Users enter, maintain and report on bank account signers
» Attach electronic copies of documents to signing authority record
 Cash Positioning Intra-day Activities
» Additional flexibility in viewing intra-day bank statement activity in cash position
• Include part or all activity

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Oracle CM Features - Banks
Bank Accounts - Centralized User Interface

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Cash Mgmt Cash Mgmt


Payables
Payables Bank
Accounts TCA Payables
Receivable
s Receivable
Banks s
Payroll
Payroll Bank
Bank Payroll
Accounts
Accounts
Treasury
Bank Treasury
Treasury
Accounts

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Oracle CM – Setup Sequence

1. Define Banks

2. Define Bank Branches

3. Define Bank Counter Parties in Oracle Treasury if this Bank is used in


that module

4. Create Bank Accounts

5. Define Payroll properties in Oracle Payroll if this account is to be used in


Payroll module

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Create Bank – Information

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Create Bank – Address

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Create Bank – Contact

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Create Branch – Information

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Create Branch – Address

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Create Branch – Contact

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Create Account – Owner & Use

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Create Account – Information

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Create Account – Controls

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Create Account – Access

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Create Account – Contact

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Bank Setup Overview

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