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Oracle Sourcing -Differences between Oracle 11i and R12

Posted on March 7th, 2010 by Sanjit Anand |Print This Post Print This Post |Email This Post Email This Post

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  • Oracle Purchasing Release 12.0 speeds up daily purchasing tasks with an enhanced Professional Buyer s Work Center. Based on the latest web-based user interface models the Work Center is a central Launch Pad from which buyers can efficiently perform their daily tasks:
    1. View and Act upon Requisition Demand
    2. Create and Manage Orders and Agreements
    3. Run Negotiation Events including Auctions and RFxs (requires Oracle Sourcing)
    4. Manage Supplier Information
  • In Release 11i generation of purchasing documents in Adobe PDF format required organizations to create layout templates in the form of XSL-FO style sheets. With Release 12.0 organizations can also use RTF or PDF layout templates which require little training to configure and maintain.
  • Oracle Purchasing supports various types of file attachments (MS Word Excel PDF etc.) that can be appended to purchasing documents in addition to long and short text attachments. In previous releases only text attachments were communicated to suppliers. With Release 12.0 buyers can communicate all necessary attachments to suppliers including file attachments via email.
  • Release 12.0 allows finer control of how blanket agreements are enabled for automatic document sourcing. Buyers can now choose to enable them only in specific inventory organizations. Thus buyers can negotiate a blanket agreement to fulfill requisition demand for a subset of inventory organizations and enable the agreement for autosourcing only in those inventory organizations.

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