Oracle Accounts Payables Overview



Oracle Payables module faciliates to enter invoices and make payments to Suppliers.

Invoices:
Invoice is a formal document to pay to vendor. Upon shipment of goods invoices are normally sent by Suppliers and the same is entered in Payables module. You can manipulate(create, edit, adjust) group of Invoices or invoices batches in Invoice workbench. Invoices can be manually entered or automatically imported from purchasing, EDI or interface.

Credit and Debit Memos:
Credit memo is a negative amount invoice given by supplier to give a credit. Debit memo is a negative amount invoice created by you and sent to supplier.

Invoice Holds:
Holds are applied to prevent payments to suppliers.

Payments:
For each eligible invoices or invoice lines payments are created.

7 responses to Oracle Accounts Payables Overview

  1. Do you have any thing on how to match an Invoice with PO and how to create Payments.

    I am from supply chain side and we have some requirement for drop ship orders .

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  4. i don’t know about t oracle payables step by step in functional constant level. pls. give me t details for me. (version: R12)

  5. plz forword the functional material for p2p and o2c

  6. Please send me p2p o2c flow and ap flow

  7. please send me o2c flow and AR matirial

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