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Within Siebel Finance, the term companies refers to entities that are typically referred to as accounts in other Siebel applications. A company represents the relationship between your organization and companies or organizational entities (or structures) with which you do business. Use the Companies screen and its associated views to view company information and interactions.
CAUTION: This chapter assumes you have renamed Siebel Account objects to Companies. By default, Siebel Finance installs using the term Accounts. For more information on renaming Siebel Account objects, see Upgrade Guide.
In Siebel Finance, the term investors refers to financial organizations such as mutual fund or money management institutions; investors are not contacts, rather they are companies that are identified as investors. In Siebel Financial Services, the investors functionality has migrated to the Companies screen. This chapter covers both regular company and investor procedures.
Use the procedures in this chapter to perform the administrator tasks of adding industries and territories, controlling company information, generating company hierarchies, managing competitor information, verifying coverage team members, and managing custom-defined relationship types.
End users use the Companies views to add new companies and investors, create company assessments, associate service requests with a company, update the coverage team, define relationships to other companies, contacts, and households, and view company summary information. In addition, end users can retrieve information about investors, including investors' preferences, holdings, and transactions.
You can save time and reduce keystrokes by using a workflow to automate steps that are repeatedly performed by end users. For more information, see Siebel Business Process Designer Administration Guide.
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