Key Configurations & Setups in Oracle WMS Cloud: SCM
Are you a newbie or a Business Analyst or a Developer or a Business user, who wants to know about Warehouse Management System and how to configure it to do Warehousing and Sales Order Fulfillment transactions?
If you are, then please check out this course. There might be information and videos on Google and youtube on ERP Cloud Applications. But if you want a course which is tailor-made for the needs of a Business Analyst, Developer, Super User, Functional Consultant, then you came to the right place.
Instead of spending 40 to 50 hours to learn Supply Chain Management (SCM) and Warehouse Management Systems (WMS), you just spend less than 2 hours and you get more.
In this course, I will also show you how you can make a career out of the concepts you learn from Supply Chain Management (SCM) Cloud, Oracle WMS Cloud, as well as show you how to configure key functionalities in WMS. I will also expose you to Machine learning in WMS, customization opportunities in WMS Cloud.
I will also show you Tips and Tricks for WMS Cloud and pitfalls to avoid for WMS Implementation. You can use some or most of the information from this course to write the exam on “Oracle Warehouse Management Cloud 2018 Certified Implementation Specialist”.
I have shown a live software demo of some of the setups you can do in Oracle WMS cloud.
Throughout the course, I will show how the cloud applications are different from on-premise applications, which can help you bring value to your client. I have uploaded some Setup documents and Data Conversion best practices as well. I will update you with the newly released features in the supporting documentation. I will also put a quiz at the end of the course.
If you want one-on-one coaching on SCM Cloud applications or concepts from scratch, please reach out to me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please feel free to reach out to me, if you have any questions.
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