What are all the Oracle Fusion Financial Cloud Offering?

By using the Financials offering, you can configure how you manage financial flows, including assets, ledgers, cash cycle, invoices and payments, accounts receivable, collections, and the setup of sub-ledger accounting and tax configuration.

List of Oracle Fusion Financial Cloud Offering

The following specifies the primary functional areas of this offering:

  1. Bill Management - Manage system options and user registrations.
  2. Budgetary Control and Encumbrance Accounting - Manage control budgets and encumbrance accounting, along with data access for users. Public sector customers typically use this functional area.
  3. Cash Management and Banking - Manage banks, bank branches, and bank accounts. Additionally, define reconciliation matching rules, bank statement transaction creation rules, parse rules, transaction codes, and transaction type mapping. Furthermore, configure your cash positioning and cash forecasting options.
  4. Collections - Manage aging methods and collectors, as well as collections preferences, scoring data points, and strategy tasks.
  5. Customer Billing - Manage Receivables transactions and customer billing: AutoInvoice, payment terms, transaction types, transaction sources, memo lines, balance forward billing, and recurring billing.
  6. Customer Payments - Manage Receivables customer payments and receipts: receipt classes and methods, AutoCash rules, Application rules, AutoMatch, Lockbox.
  7. Expenses - Manage expense report templates, approval rules, and conversion rates and policies. If applicable, opt into using corporate cards for expenses, processing of expense receipt imaging, or integration with travel.
  8. Financial Reporting Center - Manage the financial tools to report and analyze accounting data: Financial Reporting Center, Smart View, Financial Reporting Studio, and Workspace.
  9. Fixed Assets - Manage asset locations, calendars, books and categories, along with depreciation methods.
  10. General Ledger - Manage ledgers, accounting configurations, journal sources and categories, and other related accounting setup. If applicable, opt into configuring journal approval email notifications.
  11. Intercompany - Manage Intercompany transaction processing within Financials, intercompany balancing and reconciliation.
  12. Joint Venture Management - Manage the distribution of joint venture revenue and costs among joint venture partners while preserving essential data for tracking and auditing.
  13. Payables - Manage supplier invoice and payment options, payment terms, distribution sets, invoice tolerances, and procurement agents.
  14. Payments - Manage payment systems, payment methods, formats, and payment process profiles. If applicable, opt into deriving a bank account number from IBAN.
  15. Receivables - Manage the required setups to enable Receivables for transactions and receipts: Receivables system options; Receivables activities; AutoAccounting rules; remit-to addresses; and statement cycles.
  16. Revenue Management - Manage system options for revenue management, selling price profiles, hierarchies, resources, and Trading Community source systems.
  17. Revenue Recognition - Manage revenue recognition for Receivables: revenue policies and revenue contingencies.
  18. Suppliers - Configure options for suppliers and supplier data.
  19. Transaction Tax - Manage tax configuration, including tax regimes, taxes, and tax rates.
  20. U.S. Federal Financials - Manage the financial management system options specifically defined for U.S. Federal agencies.

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