R12.1 Oracle Product Information Management Fundamentals - Fudgelearn

R12.1 Oracle Product Information Management Fundamentals

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This course teaches you how to implement and use Oracle Product Information Management. Learn how to improve your item accuracy and standardize information so you can classify items, making them easy to find and manage.

Learn To:

  • Categorize your item catalog.
  • Assign user-defined attributes to items.
  • Limit access to item data using role-based security.
  • Design a new item approval process.
  • Control changes to items.
  • Manage item structures.

Each day's topics and hands-on exercises build on the material covered during the previous days.

Day 1: Oracle Product Information Management (PIM)

Learn how Oracle Product Information Management (PIM) can help you to consolidate and maintain unique, complete and accurate product information across your company, suppliers, and customers. You’ll become familiar with the setup steps required (in other Oracle applications and in PIM) before using PIM and complete many of these steps yourself by performing hands-on exercises.

Day 2: Create & Manage Items

After you finish setting up PIM, you’ll then learn how to create and manage new items using many different methods. Create items based on templates, import them from Excel, or get approval before you create a new item. You’ll also learn how to quickly create many similar Stock Keeping Unit (SKU) items based off of one style item.

Day 3: Explore the Product Workbench

Expert Oracle instructors will then teach you how to perform mass updates on items, item categories, and item associations with suppliers. Next, you’ll create item structures, assigning specific attributes to a certain structure. Learn how the Product Workbench simplifies this process by performing hands-on exercises. You will drag and drop components into a structure, enter component costs, and perform a cost rollup.

Day 4: Features of PIM

Day 4 covers some powerful, but optional, features of PIM. Find out if any of these features can help your business :

  • Metadata versions, transaction attributes, and ICC structures
  • Item business rules
  • Inbound product data synchronization and data quality management
  • Publishing data to other systems

Suggested Prerequisite

  • R12.x Oracle Bills of Material and Engineering Fundamentals Ed 1 LVC
  • End User
  • Implementer
  • Describe the key features of the Oracle Product Information Management solution
  • Provide an overview of Oracle Product Information Management
  • Setup and use the major functions of the Product Information Management application
  • Overview of Product Information Management
  • Setting Up Product Information Management
    • Setup Prerequisites
    • Overview of PIM Profile Options and Other Default Options
    • Overview of Item Catalog Categories, Attributes, and Value Sets
    • Creating Value Sets
    • Defining Attribute Groups and Attributes
    • Creating Item Catalog Categories
    • Setting Up Other Features Associated with Item Catalog Categories
    • Discussing Use of Alternate Catalogs
  • Roles and Implementing Role-Based Security
    • People and Roles Administration Overview
    • Managing People and Roles
    • Managing People, Groups and Companies
    • Managing Organization-level Roles
    • Implementing Role-based Security
    • Securing Attribute Groups
  • Creating Items
    • Creating New Items Manually
    • Importing Items
    • Creating New Item Requests
    • Creating Item Revisions
    • Using E-Business Suite Attachments
    • Using Item Business Events
  • Using Style and SKU Items
    • Overview of Style and SKU items
    • Creating Parent and Child Value Sets
    • Assigning Variant Attribute Groups to an ICC
    • Creating Style and SKU Items
    • Creating a SKU Packaging Hierarchy
  • Item Maintenance
    • Mass Updating Items, Categories and Associations
  • Structure Management
    • Overview
    • Defining Structure Types and Names
    • Associating Structure Names with Types
    • Defining Structure and Component Attributes
    • Managing Item Structures
    • Viewing Item Structures
    • Performing Item Where-Used Queries
  • Using the Product Workbench
    • Overview
    • Browsing and Navigating the Product Workbench
    • Managing Items
    • Managing the Product Structure and Bills of Material
    • Managing Product Change
  • Using Metadata Versions, Transaction Attributes, and ICC Structures
    • Overview of Metadata Versions
    • Overview of ICC Structures
    • Using Metadata Versions
    • Overriding Component Attribute Values
    • Excluding Transaction Attribute Value Set Values
  • Administering Item Business Rules
    • Overview of Item Business Rules
    • Building Rule Expressions
    • Creating Rule Sets
    • Viewing Rule Set Dependencies
  • Using Import Workbench
    • Overview of Product Data Synchronization and Data Quality Management
    • Importing Production Information Using the Import Workbench
    • Creating Match Rules
    • Defining Source Systems
    • Creating Batches
    • Reviewing and Importing Batches
    • Performing Actions on Batches
  • Publishing Data to Other Systems
    • Assigning Systems to an Item Catalog Category
    • Publishing an Item Catalog Category
    • Publishing Value Sets
    • Publishing Items and Structures
    • Viewing the Publishing History
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R12.1 Oracle Product Information Management Fundamentals

Course Overview

This course teaches you how to implement and use Oracle Product Information Management. Learn how to improve your item accuracy and standardize information so you can classify items, making them easy to find and manage.

Learn To:

  • Categorize your item catalog.
  • Assign user-defined attributes to items.
  • Limit access to item data using role-based security.
  • Design a new item approval process.
  • Control changes to items.
  • Manage item structures.

Each day's topics and hands-on exercises build on the material covered during the previous days.

Day 1: Oracle Product Information Management (PIM)

Learn how Oracle Product Information Management (PIM) can help you to consolidate and maintain unique, complete and accurate product information across your company, suppliers, and customers. You’ll become familiar with the setup steps required (in other Oracle applications and in PIM) before using PIM and complete many of these steps yourself by performing hands-on exercises.

Day 2: Create & Manage Items

After you finish setting up PIM, you’ll then learn how to create and manage new items using many different methods. Create items based on templates, import them from Excel, or get approval before you create a new item. You’ll also learn how to quickly create many similar Stock Keeping Unit (SKU) items based off of one style item.

Day 3: Explore the Product Workbench

Expert Oracle instructors will then teach you how to perform mass updates on items, item categories, and item associations with suppliers. Next, you’ll create item structures, assigning specific attributes to a certain structure. Learn how the Product Workbench simplifies this process by performing hands-on exercises. You will drag and drop components into a structure, enter component costs, and perform a cost rollup.

Day 4: Features of PIM

Day 4 covers some powerful, but optional, features of PIM. Find out if any of these features can help your business :

  • Metadata versions, transaction attributes, and ICC structures
  • Item business rules
  • Inbound product data synchronization and data quality management
  • Publishing data to other systems
Virtual Class
4 Days
Date
Start time
Price
Location
16-Mar-2020
2:00 PM GMT
£ 2412
Online
Prerequisites

Suggested Prerequisite

  • R12.x Oracle Bills of Material and Engineering Fundamentals Ed 1 LVC
Audience
  • End User
  • Implementer
Objectives
  • Describe the key features of the Oracle Product Information Management solution
  • Provide an overview of Oracle Product Information Management
  • Setup and use the major functions of the Product Information Management application
Topics
  • Overview of Product Information Management
  • Setting Up Product Information Management
    • Setup Prerequisites
    • Overview of PIM Profile Options and Other Default Options
    • Overview of Item Catalog Categories, Attributes, and Value Sets
    • Creating Value Sets
    • Defining Attribute Groups and Attributes
    • Creating Item Catalog Categories
    • Setting Up Other Features Associated with Item Catalog Categories
    • Discussing Use of Alternate Catalogs
  • Roles and Implementing Role-Based Security
    • People and Roles Administration Overview
    • Managing People and Roles
    • Managing People, Groups and Companies
    • Managing Organization-level Roles
    • Implementing Role-based Security
    • Securing Attribute Groups
  • Creating Items
    • Creating New Items Manually
    • Importing Items
    • Creating New Item Requests
    • Creating Item Revisions
    • Using E-Business Suite Attachments
    • Using Item Business Events
  • Using Style and SKU Items
    • Overview of Style and SKU items
    • Creating Parent and Child Value Sets
    • Assigning Variant Attribute Groups to an ICC
    • Creating Style and SKU Items
    • Creating a SKU Packaging Hierarchy
  • Item Maintenance
    • Mass Updating Items, Categories and Associations
  • Structure Management
    • Overview
    • Defining Structure Types and Names
    • Associating Structure Names with Types
    • Defining Structure and Component Attributes
    • Managing Item Structures
    • Viewing Item Structures
    • Performing Item Where-Used Queries
  • Using the Product Workbench
    • Overview
    • Browsing and Navigating the Product Workbench
    • Managing Items
    • Managing the Product Structure and Bills of Material
    • Managing Product Change
  • Using Metadata Versions, Transaction Attributes, and ICC Structures
    • Overview of Metadata Versions
    • Overview of ICC Structures
    • Using Metadata Versions
    • Overriding Component Attribute Values
    • Excluding Transaction Attribute Value Set Values
  • Administering Item Business Rules
    • Overview of Item Business Rules
    • Building Rule Expressions
    • Creating Rule Sets
    • Viewing Rule Set Dependencies
  • Using Import Workbench
    • Overview of Product Data Synchronization and Data Quality Management
    • Importing Production Information Using the Import Workbench
    • Creating Match Rules
    • Defining Source Systems
    • Creating Batches
    • Reviewing and Importing Batches
    • Performing Actions on Batches
  • Publishing Data to Other Systems
    • Assigning Systems to an Item Catalog Category
    • Publishing an Item Catalog Category
    • Publishing Value Sets
    • Publishing Items and Structures
    • Viewing the Publishing History