Oracle Fusion Procurement 11g Essentials Exam

Oracle Fusion Procurement 2014 Essentials Exam

The Oracle Fusion Procurement 2014 Essentials (1Z0-470) exam is designed for individuals who possess a strong foundation and expertise in selling and implementing Oracle Fusion Procurement solutions. This certification covers topics such as: Fusion Functional Set Up Manager, Common Applications Configuration for Procurement, Configuration of Self Service Procurement, Registration of Supplier Portal, and Reporting and Business Intelligence for Procurement. This certification differentiates candidates in the marketplace by providing a competitive edge through proven expertise. Up-to-date training and field experience are recommended.

This certification is available to all candidates but is geared toward members of the Oracle PartnerNetwork. OPN members earning this certification will be recognized as OPN Certified Implementation Specialists and qualifies as competency criteria for the Oracle Procurement: Oracle Fusion Procurement Specialization.

120 minutes
of Questions:
Exam Price:
US$ 245

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Certifications Earned:
 Oracle Fusion Procurement 2014 Certified Implementation Specialist

 OPN Certified Specialist
Exam Validation:
Exam validated against release 11g
Exam Format:
Multiple Choice


Recommended Training Additional Information & Resources Exam Topics Fraudulent Activity Policy

Recommended Training
Oracle Fusion Procurement 2014 Implementation - Exam Study Guide (PDF)
Oracle University
Oracle Fusion Procurement Implementation


Additional Information & Resources
Exam Retake Policy
Specialization Catalog (PDF) for all launched and planned Specializations
Product Mapping to Specialization (XLS)


Exam Topics

Explain Procurement Application overview

  • Explain procurement architecture and components
  • Explain simplified procure to pay flow
  • Explain procurement application integration

Use Fusion Functional Set Up Manager

  • Explain application implementation lifecycle
  • Explain functional set up enterprise roles
  • Plan an implementation
  • Configure offerings
  • Generate set up task lists, offerings and options
  • Assign tasks to users
  • Manage implementation projects

Configure Common Applications for Procurement

  • Explain enterprise structures
  • Configure applications security, job roles, duty roles and privileges
  • Define Business Units, common Payables & Procurement options and Approval Management for Procurement

Configure Common Procurement

  • Manage Supplier configuration, Supplier site assignment
  • Define Payment Terms, UOM, Carriers, Hazard Clauses
  • Define Supplier Business classification lookup, Supplier Product & Services hierarchy
  • Define freight Lookups, purchasing Profile options and Approved Supplier List statuses

Configure Purchasing

  • Define Purchase Document Configuration, Document Styles
  • Define Business Unit Function configuration, Configure Procurement Business Unit, Document types, Change Order template
  • Define Receiving Parameters for Purchasing
  • Create Line type, Change Orders and Assign Procurement agents

Configure Self Service Procurement

  • Explain Self Service Procurement overview
  • Manage Profile Options, Catalog categories, Content Maps, Configure Requisitioning Business Function
  • Create Public Shopping List, Smart Forms, Catalog-Category Hierarchy, Templates and Punch Out
  • Configure Requisition Approvals

Register Supplier Portal

  • Explain objectives, Portal Setup and maintenance
  • Define Portal Registration, Supplier Provisioning, Default Roles

Configure Sourcing

  • Explain Sourcing configuration objectives
  • Use Negotiation styles, Templates
  • Create cost factors, Attribute list, Negotiation lookups and negotiation list

Explain Reporting and Business Intelligence for Procurement

  • Explain Reporting and Business Intelligence for Procurement
  • Configure of OTBI , RTF Templates for PO, PR, Dashboard metrics, graphs in purchasing work area and Sourcing


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