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Inventory Move Orders Flow

ADVISOR WEBCAST: Inventory Move Orders Flow
PRODUCT FAMILY: EBS - MFG - Inventory

July 20, 2011 at 10 am PT, 11 am MT, 1 pm ET

This one-hour session will provide a basic understanding the Inventory Move
Orders Flow in Release 12.1.1. This presentation will give you an insight of the
core functionality of Material Move Orders in release 12.1.1 from an Inventory
perspective, showing the different sources for move orders, the tables and the
code in charge of the respective processing working behind the scenes for
business flows like make to buy, order to cash, replenish for min-max item and
kanban.

We also run with a live demonstration which shows the move order processing
and data linking for related processing tables so this will give customers with
tools for troubleshooting and improve/understand this inventory
functionality.

We also introduces Customers with the new Data Flow Diagrams under the
Inventory Modeling Project which shows helping details and deep code details for
this process.

Please review Note 1198453.1, What is the Move Order flow of
data?

A short, live demonstration (only if applicable) and question and
answer period will be included. Oracle Advisor Webcasts are dedicated to
building your awareness around our products and services. This session
does not replace offerings from Oracle Global Support Services.


Click here to register for this session

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