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What is “Order To Cash” in Oracle?

Posted on July 5th, 2007 by Sanjit Anand ||Email This Post Email This Post

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Order to cash normally refer to the process in which taking customer sale order via different sales channel like email, internet, sales person, fax or by some other means like EDI, and then fulfilling the order, shipping, logistic and then generating an invoice and collecting payment for that invoice and then receipt. if we consider the flow ,this can be further categorize into seven sub-process like

  • Customer
  • Order entry (creation of order /booking of order )
  • Order fulfillment
  • Distribution
  • Invoicing
  • Customer payments /Collection
  • Receipt

A typical flow can be best represented as:


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16 Responses
  1. Anil Says:

    Simply superb….. excellent… this is the best ever documentation I have ever came across on net….. Hats off to you ….

  2. Quick notes Order 2 Cash Cycle Says:

    […] What is “Order To Cash” in Oracle? […]

  3. Syed Iftikhar Ahmed Says:

    Excellent O2C description.

  4. Renuka Says:

    excellent o2c cycle description.

  5. Nobby Comment Says:

    It really is the most fantastic, wonderful and precise description I have ever read of anything ever. Hats, shoes, gloves, socks and everything else I’m wearing off to you and all of your family you wonderful person you. (No relation)

  6. Ashok Mohapatra Says:

    thanks for this doc and can we have the breakup of the steps and accounting entries for each step.

    Generally its important.

  7. Raj Says:

    Good one…
    Please publish some useful queries for ‘O2C’…..


  8. shashank gautam Says:

    Its really good one ,its so simple to understand


    Shashank G

  9. ravi Says:

    gud descrption…i got it at a glace….
    keep it up dude….
    but i want little more explaination about order to cash. i mean to say about about technical part and tables…how we have to create orders and all.can u mail me with some more thing..

  10. Devendra Gulve Says:

    This is short and sweet article.
    If anybody wanna know little more of O2C cycle visit

  11. JJ Says:

    Does O2C include a manufacturing phase?

  12. Ashok Nayak Says:

    Yes, simply superb.
    The saying is right here, brevity is the soul of wit. Thanks Sanjit for the concise but precise reply.

    To reply JJ, O2C does not include manufacturing phase (P2P it is called),since the vendor is not fulfilling any customer order to get cash in exchange.
    Cheers. AN.

  13. gopal Says:

    superb explanation….that i have ever seen on the internet about O2C

  14. Abdul Rehman Says:

    It is very clear. Thanks

  15. Chandra Obul Reddy.Borra Says:

    Very Nice Article It Is easy To Understand To every Professional.

  16. De Pronta Entrega Says:

    Easy and simple way to explain what is Order 2 cash process.
    Tks again
    Diogo – From Brazil

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