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ERP Cloud Service


Best Practices for your Implementation
May 2015

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Agenda
1

Best Practice Framework and Methodology

Business Process Models

Data Import and Integration

Setting Expectations for SaaS

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Best Practice Framework


Methodology, Tools, Content and Services
Plan

Design

Extend

Build

Establish Project Scope,


Objectives, & Approach

Create Enterprise Structures


and Functional Setups

Develop, Test and Deploy


Complex Integrations

Finalize Project Plan and Key


Milestones and Deliverables

Import
Demographic/Indicative Data,
and Transaction History

Migrate Critical Historical


Data

Conduct Fusion SaaS


Overview and ERP
Foundational Workshop(s)
Perform Security,
Integration & Data
Workshops
Conduct OOTB Business
Process Walkthroughs
Perform Delivered Content
Reviews and Mapping

Configure OOTB Security,


Approvals, Notifications,
Reports & Integrations
Conduct Functional Review
and Validation Test CRP 1
&2
Map delivered Business
Process Models to high
priority processes

Develop, Test and Deploy


High Priority Extensions

Validate Production
Environment
Configuration
Migrate Functional Setups
from Test to Production

Develop, Test and Deploy


Critical Custom Reports

Migrate/Configure
Security and OOTB
Reports & Integrations

Conduct Technical
Review and Validation
Test CRP 3 & 4

Perform end-to-end
System Integration Test
(SIT)

Assess Solution
Completeness

Conduct final OOTB


Solution Review and
Validation

Estimate Complex
Migrations, Integrations,
Extensions & Reports

Assess OOTB Solution


Readiness
Content
Tools/Solutions

Programs/Services from Implementation Success Resources

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Deploy
Obtain Final Cut-over
Approvals
Conduct end-user
Training
Perform User Acceptance
Assess Operational
Readiness
Go Live!

Best Practice Business Processes


Business Process Model Library
Oracle Fusion Applications are based on
Business Process Models Notations
(BPMNs) that are presented in a fivelevel hierarchy from conceptual view to
application specific view.
Levels of business process hierarchy as
depicted in BPMNs are:

Industry: L0
Business process area: L1
Business process: L2
Activity: L3
Task: L4

Fusion ERP BPMN Diagrams are


categorized into five Business Processes
(L1) :

Procurement
Project Management
Financial Control & Reporting
Cash and Treasury Management
Asset Lifecycle Management

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Best Practice Business Processes


Access the Help Portal or My Oracle Support

HTML versions are on the


fusionhelp.oracle.com portal

Visio formats are available


on My Oracle Support

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Best Practice Setup Content

Available Setup/Training Content to Speed Up Implementation


Best-practice, real-world content available to customers and partners for
the purpose of:
Speeding up implementations
Improving implementation accuracy
Delivering food for thought for customers re-examining their ERP
business practices
Content is defined through facilitated training workshops with
implementation partners
Many partners have incorporated this data into their implementation
approach. If you want access to this base content, contact your
Implementation Success Manager
Best Practices

Approvals
Browsers
General Implementation
User & Roles
General Ledger
Procurement

Implementation Tools
Data loading
User scripts

Comparison with eBusiness


Enterprise Structures
Financial Reporting
Cloud Interfaces
Allocations
Legal Entities
Security

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Installing Components
Financial Reporting Studio
SmartView

Best Practice Other Examples and Tools


Functional Setup Manager
Can jump-start the
creation of a project
plan by providing a list
of sequenced,
hierarchical
configuration tasks that
can be:
Used as-is, added to,
thinned out, resequenced
Assigned to
individuals
Tracked in terms of
completion

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ERP Data Migration and Integration

Oracle Enterprise Repository: https://fusionappsoer.oracle.com


How to Import: Available to
customers and partners from My
Oracle Support: Doc ID 1593823.1
Use the Oracle Enterprise
Repository for technical
information about integrating with
other applications, including
services, operations, composites,
events, and integration tables.
The classification scheme shows
some example scenarios in which
you can use the assets. The
Oracle Enterprise Repository also
includes diagrams, schematics,
and links to other technical
documentation.

Overview of Fusion ERP Cloud


Interfaces (Doc ID 1516863.1)

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Fusion Implementation Best Practices


Data Conversion & Integration
Get data conversion started as soon as possible
Do not assume that moving from existing Oracle ERP system to Fusion requires minimal effort
Implementation partners should lead in the areas of data conversion & integration
We have the tools to help you
The following documents on My Oracle Support will help with your Data Conversion and
Integration milestones
Oracle ERP Cloud Service Integration: Doc ID 1990910.1
Integrate Data to the Oracle Fusion Cloud: Doc ID 1576489.1

Plan for 2 to 3 iterations of data conversion & integrations

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Fusion Implementation Best Practices


On Premise vs. SaaS plan appropriately
Cannot run SQL directly against a cloud environment (either use reporting
tools to query the data or log a Service Request in My Oracle Support there
is 2 day lead time for Cloud Operations to perform this)
Descriptive Flexfields are loaded by Cloud Operations (log an SR there is a 3
to 4 day lead time)
OIM Single Sign On: Plan for 2 weeks to coordinate security integration
2 instances vs. typical 5 instances (on premise)
SaaS means Shared
Shared Hardware
Shared Software
Shared Support

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Fusion Implementation Best Practices


Achieve Your Goal
Get Started: Go through the steps in the Welcome Emails to ensure that
your accounts, users and notifications are setup
Understand Your Environments: Environment usage, include
maintanance updates, upgrades and additional services such as language
packs or P2T environment refresh in the timings for your project plan
Get More Information: Use the resources available on the Cloud portal,
My Oracle Support, Customer Connect, Online Help and Documentation,
and the training offerings from Oracle University
Implementation Best Practices: Use structured implementation
methodology and be aware of tools, resources and best practices
available to help with implementation

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