Oracle Accounts Receivable

1 Day Course
Hands On
Code FAR

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Classroom Virtual Classroom Private Group - Virtual Self-Paced Online


This course is designed for users working in an Accounts Receivables Department. By the end of this course delegates will be able to manage customers, process invoices, apply payments from customers to invoices and accounts, process transactions, manage collections, submit reports, close accounts receivables periods and transfer account details to the General Ledger.

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Topics Covered (22 topics)

  • Introduction
  • Overview of the Oracle Receivables Process
  • AR as Part of the Financials Suite
  • Perform Customer Inquiries
  • Perform Transaction Inquiries
  • Perform Receipt Inquiries
  • View Customer Account Details
  • View Transaction Overview
  • View Balances and Aging Detail
  • Generate Customer Aging Detail
  • Manage the Customer Database
  • Cheque Receipts Processing
  • Lockbox Receipts Processing
  • Automatic Direct Debit Receipts Processing
  • Receipt Reversals
  • Collections and Customer Calls Process
  • Generate Dunning Letters
  • Generate Statements
  • Provisions and Write Offs
  • Reconciling AR
  • Posting AR Journals in GL
  • Closing Current Period / Opening Next Period


Delegates should have knowledge of the accounts receivable function within their own organisation. Knowledge of the Oracle General Ledger would be advantageous.

Additional Learning

The courses below may help you meet the knowledge level required to take this course.

  • Oracle General Ledger

    A 2-day Training Course on General Ledger; Understand the capabilities of the Oracle General Ledger system and gain the skills to perform every day tasks

    2 Day Course Hands On Training Course Code FGL
    Classroom Virtual Classroom Private Group - Virtual Self-Paced Online

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