Objectives: This course is a complete review of the acquisition to disposal process in JD Edwards. You will gain working knowledge of the set up daily, periodic and annual processing, data integrity between the F/A ledger and the G/L and depreciation rules.
The instructor has been implementing JD Edwards Financials since 1994. She has worked extensively throughout Europe and North America, and has also supported clients in South Korea, China and Australia. She has supported over sixty clients in many industry verticals with the realization of business value from ERP investments through successful implementations, upgrades, customizations, training and sustainment engagements. Her experience includes World and EnterpriseOne in General Accounting, Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable, and Fixed Assets. She is a product certified consultant and trainer.
Group Internet-Based: Attend virtually from the comfort of your own location.
This course is a complete review of the Order to Cash Receipt process in JD Edwards. You will gain working knowledge of how to set up A/R (including AAIs), work with various invoice types, receipt processing, draft processing, deductions, credit and collections, customer notifications, reporting and analytics.
This course is a complete review of the Procure to Pay cycle in JD Edwards. You will gain a working knowledge of how to set up A/P (including AAIs), work with various voucher types, payment processes, reporting and analytics and advanced topics (EDI, EFT and Batch Processing).
This course is a complete review of how the General Ledger is set up in JD Edwards. You will gain a working knowledge of company set up, Journal Entry Processing, Allocations, Reconciliations, Budgeting, Consolidations, Multi-currency, Reporting, the Period Closing Processes, Organizational Changes and the 52-Period Accounting process.
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