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Friday, January 15, 2010

Accounting flow in Oracle Purchasing

Accounting flow in Oracle Purchasing


  1. this is the kind of stuff which you rarely find,
    thanks for your efforts,
    appreciate if we can find similar data for receivables & Fix assets,

    Thanks once again,

  2. Too helpful stuff to understand Accounting in purchasing, also please add the Average costing by replacing the Standard cost with Average costing in another new chart.

    Thanks for the efforts,

  3. Sara MohtashamipourJuly 24, 2012 at 11:54 PM

    EXACTLY what I was looking for! Thank you so very much.

  4. The information is very precise. Good work. Appreciate if youn can expand to O2C accounting.

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    So great work for informing us of the possibilities and following a certain path.

    I really appreciate your hard work an giving us some information and inspiring others to follow.

    Thanks so much.

    I hope for more post in the future.

    Success Accounting Group


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