Oracle Fusion Financials Training
AB-Consolidate provides Oracle Fusion Financials training in a precise manner. With our training, the participant will become an expert on the navigation of Oracle Fusion. We have customized our course much easier to learn financial functionality in Oracle Fusion Financials Cloud. Participants will learn to do the setups and implement the business based on the customer’s business requirements. Participants will learn to enter transactions and usage of Budgeting, Multicurrency, Intercompany, and consolidated accounting. , Additionally, participants learn about the multiple advanced payment options, complete year-end close functionality, and produce financial statements.
Modules in Oracle Fusion Financials Cloud
Certifications available for Fusion Cloud FINANCE:
- Oracle Financials Cloud: General Ledger 2021 Implementation Essentials 1Z0-1054-21
- Oracle Financials Cloud: Payables 2021 Implementation Essentials 1Z0-1055-21
- Oracle Financials Cloud: Receivables 2021 Implementation Essentials 1Z0-1056-21
Who are eligible for this course?
- Any Professional who is interested in learning new applications/technology.
- Any Graduate with Financial background or accounting experience.
- Any Graduate with Commerce background.
- Any Graduate looking for an easy job opportunity.
- Any Chartered accounted who wants to excel in his career.
Job Roles Available
Many Oracle Financial implementations took place in the past few years with small and large scale businesses due to that so many chartered accounting firms started using Oracle ERP for their clients hence so many job opportunities are available in the market.
Frequently Asked Questions
No, We cover Procurement (Purchasing) as a part of SCM training based on the requirement of our students.
We are delivering online sessions only. After the Covid pandemic gets under control will start the classroom sessions.
All three titles are the same Oracle Financial Cloud, Oracle Cloud Financials, and Oracle Fusion finance. Just people working around Oracle products call it with different names.