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Announcing New Training for Oracle Fusion Financials

Oracle University is offering a series of new training courses designed to help organizations optimize their investments in Oracle Fusion Applications and accelerate their adoption of these solutions.

All the courses are available in traditional classroom formats as well as in live virtual class format, which offers comparable training without the need for expensive travel. The current schedule of classes for 2012 includes four courses devoted to topics of interest to finance managers.

Oracle Fusion Applications: Financial Applications Overview introduces the modules included in Oracle Fusion Financials. The course also explains how the Oracle Fusion user interface promotes efficiency in financial solutions including Oracle Fusion General Ledger, Oracle Fusion Subledger Accounting, Oracle Fusion Cash Management, Oracle Fixed Assets, and more.

Oracle Fusion Applications: Introduction to Financials Implementation offers best practices for installation and administration and explains opportunities for cross-application implementations.

Oracle Fusion Applications: Accounting Hub Fundamentals provides implementation training for Oracle Fusion Accounting Hub. Students learn integration tips and key considerations, enterprise reporting structures, accounting rules, and reporting, budgeting, and consolidation options.

Oracle Fusion Applications: Financial Reporting delivers hands-on training for Oracle Fusion Applications financial reporting and analysis solutions. Topics include inquiry and reporting using the financial reporting center, account monitoring from the general accounting dashboard, spreadsheet analysis with Oracle Hyperion Smart View for Office, and how to leverage Oracle’s BI solutions.

Read full course descriptions and see the complete schedule of courses by geographical region.

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