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Table of Contents For The Oracle Cost Management User's Guide, Release 12.1.3 (Part No. E13635-05) (Doc ID 1053693.1)

Last updated on MAY 06, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Cost Management - Version 12.1.3 and later
Oracle Landed Cost Management
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Purpose

The purpose of this document is to increase search-ability and find-ability of the Oracle Cost Management User's Guide, Release 12.1.3 (Part No. E13635-05).

Scope

Oracle Cost Management is a full absorption, perpetual, and periodic cost system for purchasing, inventory, work in process, and order management transactions. Cost Management supports multiple cost elements, costed transactions, comprehensive valuation and variance reporting, and thorough integration with Oracle Financials.

Cost Management automatically costs and values all inventory, work in process, and purchasing transactions. This means that inventory and work in process costs are up-to-date, and inventory value matches the cumulative total of accounting transactions.

Cost Management provides flexible cost setup features, including multiple cost elements and unlimited subelements, unlimited resources and overheads, and unlimited activities. You can use one or more of the following cost elements: material, material overhead, resource, outside processing, and overhead. Subelements enable you to analyze costs in greater detail. For example, you can have multiple material overhead subelements, such as purchasing, material handling, freight, duty, and so on. This flexibility enables you to accurately define and maintain costs and associate them with items.

Cost Management provides flexible account setup, including accounts by organization, subinventory, and work in process accounting class so that you can distribute costs to the proper expense accounts and capture valuation in the proper asset accounts.

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In this Document
Purpose
Scope
Details
 Volume 1
 1 Cost Management Overview
 2 Setting Up Oracle Cost Management
 3 Item Costing
 4 Standard Costing
 5 Average Costing
 6 FIFO and LIFO Costing
 7 Revenue and COGS Matching
 8 Project Manufacturing Costing
 9 Periodic Costing
 10 Iterative Periodic Average Costing
 11 Period Close
 Volume 2
 12 Business Flows Across Inventory Organizations
 13 Subledger Accounting (SLA)
 14 Reports
 A Windows and Navigator Paths
 B Cost Management Alerts
 C Oracle Cost Management Client Extensions
 D Oracle Cost Management Workflows
 E Product Line Accounting Setup
 F Character Mode Forms and Corresponding GUI Windows
 G SLA Costing Events - Accounting
 H Migration of AX-IC Rules Into SLA
 Index

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