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Announcing new and updated Documentation for Oracle Cruise, Hotels, Food & Beverage, and Retail solutions

Announcing New and Updated 15.0 Merchandising White Papers

Randy Kapelke
Director, Global Content

Oracle Retail Merchandising products cover a wide breadth of functionality for retailers. In order to help you better understand how to leverage this functionality most optimally to support your business, a series of white papers have been published on My Oracle Support. For Release 15.0, several new white papers were published related to new functionality in the suite, or to provide guidance on the implementation of key process areas. Many of the new and updated Merchandising 15.0 White Papers, described below, are part of the Merchandising Functional Library (MOS 1585843.1), which contains Merchandising-specific white papers that address functionality in depth in several different areas.

New and Updated White Papers in the Oracle Retail Merchandising Functional Library (Doc ID 1585843.1)

  • RMS PO Induction Overview, which outlines the Purchase Order (PO) Induction capabilities including import, maintenance, and monitoring of Purchase Orders in RMS.
  • RMS Manage Admin Data Overview, which describes the ability to manage slower moving foundation data entities in RMS, such as GL Cross Reference, estimated landed cost (ELC) Components, and Location Traits, through the a spreadsheet upload and download capability.
  • RMS Induction and Manage Admin Data Template Management, which discusses the definition and management of templates used for Item and PO Induction, as well as Manage Admin Data functionality.
  • Point of View on Retail Global Value Added Tax, which is a comprehensive enablement document describing the common global approach to Value Added Tax (VAT) and similar taxes in retail business processes in Merchandising.

Additionally, white papers were published related to provide guidance on implementation of key process areas. These are described below.

Oracle Retail Sales Audit (ReSA) Standalone Implementation (Doc ID 2078322.1)

This document provides guidance to retailers and system implementation partners that are implementing ReSA "standalone” with only the minimal tables in RMS and RPM needed to support the solution. This paper allows retailers to also consider a ReSA only implementation to gain the benefits of implementing a sales audit application prior to a full Merchandising implementation.

Point of View on Oracle Retail Merchandising Integration with Oracle Retail Order Management System (OMS) Cloud Service and Oracle Retail Order Broker Cloud Service (Doc ID 2088235.1)

 

This paper gives a point of view on how the Merchandising Commerce Anywhere integration solution that was originally released in 14.0 could be used to integrate with the former MICROS applications, Oracle Retail Order Broker Cloud Service and Oracle Retail Order Management Cloud Service.

Point of View on Workflow Between Oracle Retail Price Management (RPM) and Oracle Retail Customer Engagement (Doc ID 2088226.1)

This paper provides an overview of how Oracle Retail envisions the future integration direction for these products as it relates to promotion management, and to provide guidance to customers and system implementation partners that are implementing the solutions together.



     

 

 

 

 

 

 

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