Tuesday May 27, 2014

Your Feedback on Oracle Asset Tracking

Oracle Asset Tracking Development strives to improve customer satisfaction with our Oracle Asset Tracking product.  In this context, they are very interested in getting your feedback about the Oracle Asset Tracking module.

Recently, we have seen more and more customers using OAT and we would like to know for example:
  • Have you have encountered any product gaps that need to be addressed?
  • Are there business flows that do not suit your requirements?
  • What new features you want to see in the product?
Please share your feedback with us and we will discuss it with Oracle Asset Tracking Development and Product teams to improve the product.

To share your feedback either post to the dedicated thread in the MOS Install Base Community here OR add a comment to this blog post (note that the blog comment you enter won't immediately be visible in the blog).

DCOGS Balance Breakup Diagnostic in OPM Financials

Purpose of this diagnostic (OPMDCOGSDiag.sql) is to identify the sales orders which constitute the Deferred COGS account balance.

This will help to get the detailed transaction information for Sales Order/s Order Management, Account Receivables, Inventory and OPM financials sub ledger at the Organization level.  This script is applicable for various scenarios of Standard Sales Order, Return Orders (RMA) coupled with all the applicable OPM costing methods like Standard, Actual and Lot costing. 

OBJECTIVE: The sales order(s) which are at different stages of their life cycle in one spreadsheet at one go.

To collect the information of:

  • This will help in:
    • Lesser time for data collection.
    • Faster diagnosis of the issue.
    • Easy collaboration across different modules like  Order Management, Accounts Receivables, Inventory and Cost Management.

 You can download the script from Doc ID 1617599.1 DCOGS Balance Breakup (SO/RMA) and Diagnostic Analyzer in OPM Financials.


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