Oracle Self-Service Applications by MelanieAnjele Cameron
(Oracle Press)

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Maximize the Capabilities of Oracle Self-Service Applications

Get complete coverage of Oracle E-Business Suite's self-service modules, including Oracle iProcurement, Oracle Internet Expenses, Oracle iSupplier Portal, and Oracle iReceivables, inside this Oracle Press guide. Oracle Self-Service Applications discusses the features of each module and how they benefit organizational workflow, and reviews common implementation considerations that apply to all the applications. The book also provides detailed configuration instructions explaining each screen and field. Learn how to set up and use:

Oracle iProcurement for automating both the requesting and approval of requisitions Oracle Internet Expenses for streamlining the entry, approval, and auditing of expense reports, including credit card processing Oracle iSupplier Portal to allow secure supplier collaboration Oracle iReceivables to enable customers and employees to review account information online The order management portal for granting inquiry-only viewing and tracking of orders and delivery status Oracle Bill Presentment Architecture for customizing invoices Oracle Approvals Management to accommodate complex rules for approving transactions Oracle Application Framework to customize both the options and usability of the self-service applications
 

About MelanieAnjele Cameron

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Melanie Anjele Cameron has 15 years of experience with Oracle E-Business Suite, beginning on R9. She has been the chairperson for the AZOAUG, the Phoenix-area Oracle applications user group, for the past seven years and is a frequent speaker at regional and national user group events. Melanie is the author of Oracle General Ledger Guide and Oracle Procure-to-Pay Guide, both by Oracle Press (McGraw-Hill 2009).
 
Published April 15, 2010 by McGraw-Hill Osborne Media. 320 pages
Genres: Business & Economics, History, Computers & Technology, Education & Reference. Non-fiction

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