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1 Enterprise Structures
Enterprise Structures: Overview
Enterprise Structures Business Process Model: Explained
Using Single or Multiple Classifications for an Organization: Points to Consider
Configuration Workbench: Explained
Global Enterprise Configuration: Points to Consider
Modeling Your Enterprise Structure in Oracle Fusion: Example
3 Jurisdictions and Legal Authorities
Jurisdictions and Legal Authorities: Explained
Legal Authorities: Explained
Legislative Data Groups: Explained
4 Legal Entities
Legal Entities: Explained
Legal Entity in Oracle Fusion: Points to Consider
What's a payroll statutory unit?
What's a legal employer?
What's a tax reporting unit?
Planning Legal Reporting Units: Points to Consider
Designing an Enterprise Configuration: Example
5 Management Reporting Structures
Business Units: Explained
Business Functions: Explained
Business Functions and Departments: How They Fit Together
Shared Service Centers: Explained
Project Units: Explained
Business Units and Projects: Explained
What's the difference between a business unit and a project unit?
What's the difference between business units in Oracle PeopleSoft and Oracle Fusion Applications?
What's the difference between business units in Oracle E-Business Suite and Oracle Fusion Applications?
Modeling Your Business Units in Your Enterprise Structure in Oracle Fusion: Example
6 Financial Reporting Structures
Representing Your Enterprise Structure in Your Financial Reporting Structure: Overview
Chart of Accounts: Explained
Thick Versus Thin General Ledger: Critical Choices
Chart of Accounts: How Its Components Fit Together
Financial Enterprise Structure: How It Fits Together
Modeling Your Financial Reporting Structure in Oracle Fusion: Example
7 Cost Centers and Departments
Cost Centers and Departments: Explained
Department Classifications: Points to Consider
What's a project and task owning organization?
What's a project expenditure organization?
Item Master Organization: Explained
Item Organization: Explained
Inventory Organization: Critical Choices
Cost Organization: Explained
9 Reference Data
Reference Data Sets and Sharing Methods: Explained
What reference data objects can be shared across business units?
What reference data objects can be shared across asset books?
What reference data objects can be shared across cost organizations?
What reference data objects can be shared across project units?
Items and Supplier Site Reference Data Sharing: Explained
10 Shared Service Centers
Shared Service Center: Points to Consider
Service Provider Model: Explained
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