Join us in building your career!Be a part of our evolving team of ORACLE ERP CONSULTANTS

WalkWater Technologies is a premier product development and project execution company. We have over 300 employees working on the Oracle E-Business suite at various client locations all over the US. We are looking for students/candidates who have Accounting, Finance, Computer Science, Business Information Systems or Supply Chain backgrounds. Other streams are also welcome.

Additional Features of our Program:

Oracle ERP Training & Placement Program - Hands-on Training
General Ledger, Accounts Payables, Accounts Receivable, Inventory, Order Management and Purchasing

Minimum candidates per batch to ensure maximum attention
On-job support will be provided initially
Association with reputed clients throughout United States.


ORACLE e-Business Suit Training (ORACLE ERP)

Duration & Salient Feature

5 WEEKS FUNCTIONAL TRAINING
Complete Hands On Training - Every candidate sets up their own company in the system
Video & Audio Recording of every classroom session
Documentation provided for every module, Including white papers, power point presentation, etc.
98% Success in Placements
Training is held in classroom environment - Daily Classes 11am to 5 pm
Daily classes are structured into two session - Morning session for theory and Afternoon session for practical’s.

Instructor available to help with fixing issues faced and to clear doubts 7 hours a day
Highly experienced instructors - who have an average of 10 years experience in the IT industry and have worked with prestigious clients implementing oracle ERP
End of training project work - every student is expected to complete a project what will be assigned at the end of the training, this would encompass everything that is learnt during the training
Tests are conducted after 2 modules - every student will be evaluated during the test. Based on your test score, you will be ranked and the sales folks will start the marketing process for the best candidates first.

System Administrator

Multi Org Architecture and Multi Org Access Control (MOAC)
Architecture of Oracle e-Business Suit and how it evolved
TCA - Trading Community Architecture - (High Level)
Flex Fields - Descriptive and Key
Concurrent Manager
Directory file structure
Security Maintenance (Who can access what)
Responsibilities, Users, Menus, Request Groups
Security Attributes, Defining request group, etc.

Profile Options
Navigation through the Application
Entering and Querying Data from the System
Concept of Customization
Explaining the Icon on the Navigation pane
Oracle Workflow Engine
Apps Schema
Concurrent Programs, Incompatibilities, Parameters
List of Values and Value Sets

Trading Community Architecture

Overview of TCA
Difference between the “Customer and Supplier model to the TCA model
Core Concepts
Modeling Relationships
Party Relationships

Difference between “Party” and “Account”
Setting up TCA
Over view of the “HZ” Schema
Customer Data Hub Overview

Multi Org

What is Multi Org
Why is it needed
Difference between Multi Org and Non Multi Org
Major features
Type of organizations
Example organization module

Controlling secure accesses
Sell and ship products from different legal entities
Inter-company accounting
Oracle database schema effects of Multi Org
Setting organization at the database level
Practical on setting us a model company

Inventory

Inventory org structure - master org, child org, sub inventories
Item master
Planning - min max and record point
Warehouse and sub inventory
Material transactions
Counting

Handling the month end and quarter end support
Core setups
High level transaction forms
Important field navigation
Interfaces and entity flow
Connection to other modules

Order Management

Order management description
Core setups
Advance pricing
Shipping
Fulfillment
Order to cash flow

Order management workflow
Flow status codes
High level transaction forms
Important field navigation
Interfaces and entity flow
Connection to other modules

Accounts Receivables

Core setups
High level transaction forms
Revenue recognition
Accounting and Invoicing rules
Auto lock box
Close processes in AR

Sales tax interface
Key flex fields in AR
Auto invoice process
Important field navigation
Interfaces and entry flow

Accounts Payables

Core setups
Procure to pay process
2, 3, and 4, way matching
Check print process
Automatic clearing house process
Bank interface for payments

High level transaction forms
Important field navigation
Interfaces and entry flow
Connection to other modules
Specialities

Purchasing

Purchasing Description
Core setups
High level transaction forms
Important field navigation

Interfaces and entry flow
Connection to other modules
Automatic clearing house process
Bank interface for payments

General Ledger & Flex Fields

Core setups
High level transaction forms
Important field navigation
Interface and entity flow
Connection to other modules
Ledger definition - primary and secondary

Data access sets and definition access sets
Cross validation rules and security rules
Financial statement generator (FSG)
Chart of accounts, accounting flex field, segment qualifiers, value sets
Re evaluation and translation
Accounting calendar, currency and conversion rates

Oracle Workflow

Introduction to Oracle workflow
How workflow is integrated with Oracle applications
Overview of workflow administrator
Effects of customizing a workflow

Introduction to workflow builder
Customizing a workflow
How workflow’s are tied to Oracle processes