Digital Oracle General Ledger Administrator

Our Digital Oracle General Ledger Administrator is trained to add or modify values for various segments of the Chart of Accounts.

Top Benefits

  • This prebuilt, highly trained and configurable digital worker helps start the transformation journey within days
  • Built in invoice workbench allows for faster training
  • Baked in best practices help streamline procure to pay cycles and bring in efficiencies of scale quickly
  • Digital Employees work 24/7 and with very little assistance
  • Allows human workers to “Manage by Exception” while focusing on innovation, collaboration and learning

Skills

  • GL Period End Reporting

Our Digital Oracle General Ledger Administrator is trained to add or modify values for various segments of the Chart of Accounts. Oracle Chart of Accounts may have up to 30 segments but it is usual for Oracle to have 7 to 10 segments.

Our Digital Oracle General Ledger Administrator;

Balancing Segment structure values, Natural Account, Cost Center and the Inter Company segments. New values are often required to be added from time to time. This is a very important and controlled activity for the maintenance of Chart of Accounts within the Global Accounting teams.

In addition, the Digital Oracle General Ledger Administrator is trained in Key Control account reconciliations. This Digital Worker includes reconciliation of Trade Payables and Trade Receivable accounts.

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Applications
Business Process
Category
Vendor
Automation Type
Digital Worker
Last Updated
July 24, 2020
First Published
March 19, 2019
Enterprise Version
11.3
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Setup Process

Install

Download the Digital Worker and follow the instructions to install it in your AAE Control Room.

Configure

Open the My Tasks folder of the Digital Worker to configure your username and other settings the Digital Worker will need.

  • Details are included in the Installation Guide or ReadMe.
  • Configuration support from the vendor is included with your purchase.

Run

That's it - now the Digital Worker is ready to get going!

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