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  • Oracle Fusion Applications Enterprise Structures ConceptsGuide

    11g Release 1 (11.1.4)Part Number E22899-04

    March 2012

  • Oracle Fusion Applications Enterprise Structures Concepts Guide

    Part Number E22899-04

    Copyright 2011-2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.

    Authors: Kathryn Wohnoutka, Asra Alim, Marilyn Crawford, Alison Firth, Daniela Kantorova, Barbara Snyder, Megan Wallace

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  • Contents

    1 Enterprise Structures

    Enterprise Structures: Overview .......................................................................................1-1Enterprise Structures Business Process Model: Explained ................................................ 1-3Using Single or Multiple Classifications for an Organization: Points to Consider .............1-5Configuration Workbench: Explained ...............................................................................1-5Global Enterprise Configuration: Points to Consider ....................................................... 1-5Modeling Your Enterprise Management Structure in Oracle Fusion: Example ................. 1-6

    2 Enterprises

    Enterprise: Explained ........................................................................................................2-1

    3 Jurisdictions and Legal Authorities

    Jurisdictions and Legal Authorities: Explained ................................................................ 3-1Jurisdictions: Explained .................................................................................................... 3-1Legal Authorities: Explained ............................................................................................ 3-2Legislative Data Groups: Explained ................................................................................. 3-2

    4 Legal Entities

    Legal Entities: Explained .................................................................................................. 4-1Legal Entity in Oracle Fusion: Points to Consider ............................................................ 4-2What's a payroll statutory unit .........................................................................................4-6What's a legal employer ................................................................................................... 4-6What's a tax reporting unit ...............................................................................................4-6Planning Legal Reporting Units: Points to Consider ........................................................ 4-6Designing an Enterprise Configuration: Example ............................................................ 4-7

    5 Management Reporting Structures

    Division: Explained ...........................................................................................................5-1Business Units: Explained .................................................................................................5-2Business Functions: Explained ..........................................................................................5-3Business Functions and Departments: How They Fit Together .........................................5-6Shared Service Centers: Explained ................................................................................... 5-6Project Units: Explained ....................................................................................................5-6Business Units and Projects: Explained ............................................................................ 5-7What's the difference between a business unit and a project unit .....................................5-9

  • What's the difference between business units in PeopleSoft and Oracle FusionApplications .......................................................................................................................... 5-9

    What's the difference between business units in Oracle E-Business Suite and OracleFusion Applications ............................................................................................................ 5-10

    Modeling Your Business Units in Your Enterprise Structure in Oracle Fusion: Example.................................................................................................................................................5-10

    6 Financial Reporting Structures

    Representing Your Enterprise Structure in Your Financial Reporting Structure: Overview...................................................................................................................................................6-1

    Chart of Accounts: Explained ...........................................................................................6-1Thick Versus Thin General Ledger: Critical Choices .........................................................6-2Chart of Accounts: How Its Components Fit Together ..................................................... 6-5Financial Enterprise Structure: How It Fits Together ........................................................6-7Modeling Your Financial Reporting Structure in Oracle Fusion: Example ........................ 6-9

    7 Cost Centers and Departments

    Cost Centers and Departments: Explained ....................................................................... 7-1Department Classifications: Points to Consider ................................................................7-2What's a project and task owning organization ................................................................7-4What's a project expenditure organization ....................................................................... 7-4

    8 Facilities

    Item Master Organization: Explained ...............................................................................8-1Item Organization: Explained ...........................................................................................8-2Inventory Organization: Critical Choices ..........................................................................8-2Cost Organization: Explained ........................................................................................... 8-4

    9 Reference Data

    Reference Data Sets and Sharing Methods: Explained ......................................................9-1What reference data objects can be shared across business units ......................................9-2What reference data objects can be shared across asset books .......................................... 9-4What reference data objects can be shared across cost organizations ....................