Oracle’s JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Expense Management

Manage Expenses, Increase Profitability

Automating your expense reporting process promotes efficiency from entry to reimbursement to billing. With Oracle's JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Expense Management, employees can enter their time and expenses in one location, eliminating short-term disparate systems or spreadsheets that compromise internal control and efficiency.

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    Financial Management Compliance Console Revenue Management application gives users easy access to view essential financial metrics including days sales outstanding data.

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    Bank Statement Reconciliation—View bank statement details of the bank statement and reconcile them to account ledger entries, keep track of un-reconciled amounts and number of records to be reconciled.

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    Expense Entry application is used to create, add, change, review, and submit expense reports while the Auditors Workbench can be used to check and review report status.

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    Trial Balance with Ledger Comparison—Review a trial balance for any set of accounts, compare balances with an alternate ledger such as a budget ledger.

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    Customer Ledger Inquiry is used to work with your invoices, credit memos, deductions, chargebacks, and other documents associated with the Customer Ledger where you can add, change, and review documents, review the Customer Master, and link to the Receipts application.

Expense Management
  • Automatically enforce expense reporting policy rules
  • Streamline expense processing and controls
  • Capture daily labor hours
  • Eliminate duplicate keying, reduce errors, and provide more timely information for billing and employee reimbursement
Customer Success Stories
Wagstaff Achieves Business Success with JD Edwards
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JD Edwards customers talk about their business success as a result of partnering with Oracle. (4:03)

 




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