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FX loader webinar

Thursday 14th Apr 2016

Many businesses running Oracle E-Business Suite have multi-currency requirements, from sending or receiving foreign currency invoices, to translating subsidiary company accounts to a global reporting currency. This webinar will discuss how exchange rates are used for these transactions, where to source them from and how to automate the task of keeping them up to date. We’ll also look at the issues that arise when rates are not available or incorrect.

Learning Objectives: After completion of this program you will be able to:

Objective 1: Understand how exchange rates are used and why accurate rates are important

Objective 2: Understand the options for getting rates into the system.

Objective 3: Understand how a simple automated interface can meet the challenges

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FX loader webinar
Thursday 14th Apr 2016


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