Institut Teknologi Bandung (ITB)
Institut Teknologi Bandung (ITB) or Bandung Insitute of Technology or Institute of technology Bandung, was founded on March 2, 1959. The present ITB main campus is the site of earlier engineering schools in Indonesia. Although these institutions of higher learning had their own individual characteristics and missions, they left influence on developments leading to the establishment of ITB.
In 1920, Technische Hogeschool (TH) was established in Bandung, which for a short time, in the middle forties, became Kogyo Daigaku. Not long after the birth of the Republic of Indonesia in 1945, the campus housed the Technical Faculty (including a Fine Arts Department) of Universitas Indonesia, with the head office in Jakarta. In the early fifties, a. Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, also part of Universitas Indonesia, was established on the campus.
In 1959, the present lnstitut Teknologi Bandung was founded by the Indonesian government as an institution of higher learning of science, technology, and fine arts, with a mission of education, research, and service to the community.
Government Decree No. 155/2000 pertaining to The Decision on ITB as Legal Enterprise (Badan Hukum) has opened a new path for ITB to become autonomous. The status of autonomy implies a freedom for the institution to manage its own bussiness in an effective and efficient way, and to be fully responsible for the planning and implementation of all program and activity, and the quality control for the attainment of its institutional objective. The institution has also freedom in deciding their measures and taking calculated risks in facing tight competition and intense pressures.
Oracle Application Implementation for Oracle Financials.
The Oracle General Ledger is the central repository of accounting information. The main purpose of a general ledger system is to record financial activity of a company and to produce financial and management reports to help people inside and outside the organization make decisions
General Ledger Accounting Cycle
1. Open period
2. Create/reverse journal entries
8. Review/correct balances
9. Run accounting reports
10. Close accounting period
Oracle Payables improves margins, instills corporate and fiscal discipline, and optimizes business relationships.
Process of Payables are :
- Supplier entry
- Invoice import/entry
- Invoice validation
- Invoice payment
- Invoice and payment accounting
Receivables can generate transactions from data imported using AutoInvoice from Oracle Order Management, Oracle Projects, Oracle Service, Oracle Leasing, and legacy systems. You can also create transactions manually in the Receivables application
Oracle Cash Management is an enterprise cash management solution that helps you manage your liquidity and cash position
Cash Management integrates with:
- Receivables: Receipts are available to Cash Management for reconciliation and clearing. Miscellaneous receipts can be created in Receivables from Cash Management to record bank charges or interest.
- Payables: Payments are available to Cash Management for reconciliation and clearing.
- General Ledger: Journal entries and cash account balances are available to Cash Management for reconciliation. Journal entries are created for bank account transfers and bank statement cash flows using Subledger Accounting and transferred to GL.
- Cash Management Cash flow: Cash flows generated from Bank Account Transfers and Bank Statement Cashflow programs are available for clearing and reconciliation.
- Open Interfaces
Oracle Application Implementation for Oracle Distribution
Oracle Purchasing provides you with request for quotation (RFQ), and quotation features to handle your sourcing needs. You can create an RFQ from requisitions, match supplier quotations to your RFQ, and automatically copy quotation information to purchase orders. Oracle Purchasing provides complete reporting to control your requests for quotations and evaluate supplier responses.
Oracle Inventory treats many different types of things as inventory.
Inventory can be:
• Finished goods that you sell to customers
• Services that you sell to customers
• Spare parts for maintenance
• Raw materials for manufacturing processes
• Inventory you purchase from a supplier on consignment
Oracle Procurement Sourcing (Advance Procurement Module)
Oracle Sourcing is the enterprise application that drives more and better sourcing through online collaboration and negotiation
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