Oracle Financials R12.2 Upgrade Project

This page provides news and details of the R12.2 Upgrade project for the Oracle Financials system.

What is the Oracle Financials R12.2 Upgrade project?

The Oracle Financials upgrade has now gone live.

What's changed?

Overall, users will notice that there is a more modern look and feel.  In addition, there are some minor changes to the Projects and General Ledger modules and further changes to the iProcurement module.  There are no changes to Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable or Internal Trade modules.  You can find out more about the system changes as follows:

 

  • How To Videos are available covering the changes for iProcurement users and Projects and General Ledger users.
  • Quick Reference Guides (PDFs) are available below, explaining the key changes to Oracle Financials screens.

Before the system went live, briefing sessions were held for finance teams and iProcurement users respectively, including an overview of the upgrade and a demonstration of the system. The slides and also recordings of the demonstrations are available:

Quick Reference Guides

The following Quick Reference Guides (QRGs) are intended to provide users with a snapshot of how to navigate around some general areas within R12.2. 

If you wish to find more in depth information on the modules within the upgraded system, please see the How To Videos dedicated to the changes found in R12.2

For support in relating to configuring elements of Oracle Financials, including setting up Microsoft Edge and enabling pop-ups, please visit the Technical Support page

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