Oracle Fusion Applications focusing on the General Ledger Allocations feature. In this session, I will be diving into a practical use case where rent expenses, initially aggregated in a single account, are allocated across multiple child accounts under a parent based on the cost center’s relative share of total square footage.
00:30 Use Case
00:40 Review ADI JEs
02:00 Posted JEs Review
02:33 Account Analysis
03:32 Create Allocation Rule
09:34 Run Allocation Process
10:05 Review Processes
10:32 Review Allocation JE
11:11 Account Analysis
What to Expect:
📩 Introduction to GL Fusion Allocations: A brief overview of the feature and its significance in financial accounting.
💡 Use Case Discussion: We’ll break down the scenario where rent expenses need to be distributed among various cost centers.
⚙️ Configuration Process: A step-by-step guide on setting up the allocation rule tailored for our use case. This will help in ensuring that the rent is distributed accurately according to the square footage attributed to each cost center.
🔧 Running the Allocation: Watch the allocation in action as we run the rule and distribute the rent expenses.
🔍 Journal Review: After executing the allocation, we’ll review the journal entries to ensure that the amounts have been posted correctly to each child account.
By the end of this video, you’ll have a comprehensive understanding of how to utilize the General Ledger Allocations feature in Oracle Fusion Applications for efficient rent distribution based on square footage. Whether you’re an accountant, a business analyst, or just someone looking to learn more about Oracle Fusion, this tutorial is tailored to provide detailed and precise information, all while remaining neutral in its presentation. Don’t forget to like, share, and subscribe for more tutorials!