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Oracle Procurement Cloud 2016 Implementation Essentials

Question No: 31

A Procurement Contracts user wants to create a deliverable with output document as Purchase Order in Oracle Purchasing Cloud. The user would like to know the status of the PO creation and also details of the PO.

Identify the location where the user can view this information.

  1. The User can view the PO information under the Purchasing tab in contract line of that contract in Procurement Contracts.

  2. The user can view the purchase order in the “Purchasing Activity” tab under the

    Fulfillment tab of that contract in Procurement Contracts.

  3. The user cannot view the PO information in Procurement contract. They must navigate to Purchasing.

  4. The usercan view the purchase order in the Deliverable tab of that contract in Procurement Contracts.

Answer: B Explanation:

You must run the Track Purchasing Activity process to display information about the status of purchase orders or agreements created in Oracle Fusion Purchasing on the contract fulfillment#39;s Purchasing Activity tab.

References:https://docs.oracle.com/cloud/farel8/procurementcs_gs/FASCA/F1174615AN1 AFD6.htm

Question No: 32

An organization implementing Supplier Qualification Management has multiple procurement business units: PR BU1, PR BU2, and PR BU3. The Corporate head office (CORP BU) is also defined as one of the procurement business units.

The organization wants to maintain and manage the Qualification area-A for use by all the procurement business units, but wants the Qualification area-B to be used only by CORP BU and PR BU1.

Identify two setups to fulfill this requirement.

  1. Create the Qualification area-A in PR BU2 and select PR BU3.

  2. Create the Qualification area-B in CORP BU and select PR BU1.

  3. Create the Qualification area-A in CORP and select the “Global” check box.

  4. Create the question in CORP BUand select the “Global” check box.

  5. Create the Qualification area-B in CORP BU and select the “Global” check box.

Answer: B,C Explanation:

References: Oracle Procurement Cloud Using Procurement (Release 9), page 57

Question No: 33

You gave the Procurement Catalog Administrator role to a buyer of the business unit “BU1” but when the buyer is trying to define a catalog in “Select and define catalog”, the buyer is unable to find “BU1” in the “Procurement BU” list of values.

Identify the reason for this.

  1. The “Manage Catalog content” action is not enabled for the buyer in the Procurement Agent page.

  2. The “Procurement Catalog Administrator BU1” data role is not assigned to the buyer.

  3. The “Local Catalog administrator BU1” data role is not assigned to the buyer.

  4. The “Catalog Management” business function is not enabled for BU1.

Answer: A Explanation:

Procurement BU: Assign the agent to one or more procurement business units.

Action: Enable the agent to access one or more procurement action for each procurement business unit.

For example: Manage Catalog Content: Enable access to catalog content. This action allows an agent to add or update blanket purchase agreement line information as part of the collaborative catalog authoring

References:https://docs.oracle.com/cd/E56614_01/procurementop_gs/OAPRO/F1061043A N3FFA8.htm

Question No: 34

After gathering requirements from the business leads of customer organization, you have set up the Bill-to location at multiple places during Oracle Procurement Cloud implementation. Identify the source from which the purchase order defaults the Bill-to location.

  1. from the “Configure Procurement business function”

  2. from the “Common Payables and Procurement options” first and if it is “Null” then from “Supplier site agreement”

  3. from the “Supplier site assignment” first and if it is “Null” then from “Common Payables and Procurement options”

  4. from the “Configure Requisitioning business function”

  5. from the Business Unit setup

Answer: A Explanation:

Common Payables and Procurement Configuration setting for the Sold-to BU

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References:http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E37017_01/doc.1115/e22658/F387038AN185BD.ht m

Question No: 35

Which seeded role needs to be associated with the supplier user account so that a supplier can respond to the invited negotiations?

  1. Supplier Customer service representative

  2. Supplier Contract Manager

  3. Supplier Self Service Administrator

  4. Supplier Sales Representative

  5. Supplier Bidder

Answer: D Explanation:

Content within the Agreements tab is primarily tailored to the role of Supplier Sales Representative whose main function is to manage agreements.The tab contains the following regions:

Question No: 36

Your customer has the following business requirements in the Procurement business area:

Identify the three product offerings of Oracle Procurement Cloud that fulfill the above requirements.

  1. Supplier Portal

  2. Supplier Qualification

  3. Self Service Procurement

  4. Procurement Contract

  5. Sourcing

  6. Purchasing

Answer: B,C,D Explanation:

B: Oracle Fusion Supplier Qualification Management Cloud Service is a comprehensive qualification management system designed to improve supplier compliance, data accuracy, and visibility.

C: Oracle Self Service Procurement Cloud key features includes catalog superstore.

D: Using the Specify Customer Contract Management Business Function Properties task, available by navigating to Setup and Maintenance work area and searching on the task name, you can specify a wide variety of business function settings for customer contracts in a specific business unit. The selections you make for these business functions impact how Oracle Fusion Enterprise Contracts behaves during contract authoring.

References:http://www.oracle.com/us/products/applications/supplier-qualification-mgmt-ds- 2705444.pdf

https://docs.oracle.com/cd/E56614_01/procurementop_gs/OAPRO/F1061032AN124FE.ht m#F1063318AN1F6AB

Question No: 37

You have defined an attribute named ‘Years of Experience’ in your negotiation. You have set up scores for acceptable value ranges, and would like to rate responses based on this score. On getting the responses from the participating suppliers, you observe that for a few suppliers, the score was not calculated. Identify the reason for this issue.

  1. The Negotiation type is RFI (Request for Information); therefore, scoring is optional.

  2. The attribute ‘Years of Experience’ was not marked as Required, so the supplier did not provide any value.

  3. Sourcing does not support attribute definition.

  4. You already have a few suppliers defined in the system; therefore, the scoring did not take place.

Answer: B Explanation:

Responses to Requirements can be scored according to the desirability of the response. You can define the Requirement such that the system automatically scores the response (in which case you must specify the allowable values (or ranges of values) for that requirement and each one#39;s score. Or evaluators can view the response and enter a score manually.

References: https://docs.oracle.com/cd/E26401_01/doc.122/e48968/T435340T443517.htm

Question No: 38

Your organization has multiple procurement business units. A Qualification manager wants to launch an initiative for assessment of suppliers. However, the manager is unable to select the qualification model that he or she defined earlier.

Identify the cause for this behavior.

  1. The Qualification manager does not have the “Manage Suppliers” action enabled in procurement agent definition.

  2. The qualification model is not yet approved.

  3. The Qualification manager is not defined as procurement agent.

  4. The Qualification manager has not selected the correct procurement BU.

Answer: A Explanation:

Supplier Managers are derived from the users defined in procurement agents. All procurement agents with Manage Suppliers function for the BU that theregistration was created will receive the approval notification.

References: https://docs.oracle.com/cloud/latest/procurementcs_gs/OAPRC/OAPRC1007476.htm

Question No: 39

During an implementation where Procurement Contract and Supplier Portal are being implemented, the Procurement Contract user (buyer) has created deliverables on a supplier, which also has an identified Supplier Portal user. The supplier has requested the buyer to email details of the deliverable.

Advise the buyer on how he or she can communicate the deliverable details to the supplier through the application.

  1. The supplier can view the deliverable from the supplier portal under the Deliverables tab.

  2. The supplier can view the deliverable from the Supplier Portal byclicking the Manage Deliverables link.

  3. The supplier can view the deliverable by opening the contract in the Contracts tab in the Supplier Portal.

  4. The supplier can view the deliverable by navigating to the Agreements tab from the Supplier Portal.

Answer: A Explanation:

How can I change the due dates, notifications, and other contract deliverable details?

You can change the due dates, notifications, and other contract deliverable definition details in the Deliverables tab of a contract that is in Draft or Under Amendment status. Once the contract becomes active and deliverables are automatically activated creating deliverable instances, you can only make changes to deliverables status, notes and attachments using the Manage Deliverables task. For internal deliverables with a fixed due date that you can manually activate at any time irrespective of contract status, you can only make changes to deliverable definition details before you activate them.

References:https://docs.oracle.com/cd/E56614_01/procurementop_gs/FASCA/F1174613A N14980.htm

Question No: 40

Your customer frequently orders a specific item from a selected list of suppliers. Some of the suppliers provide the item at a negotiated price, whereas other suppliers change the price throughout the year.

How should you set up this item in Oracle Procurement Cloud to address both requirements?

  1. Create a Contract Purchase Agreement for the varied price supplier and do not create any kind of agreement for the fixed price supplier.

  2. Create a Planned Purchase Order for the fixed price supplier and do not create any kind of agreement for the varied price supplier.

  3. Create a Contract Purchase Agreementfor the fixed price supplier and a Blanket Purchase Agreement for the varied price supplier.

  4. Create a Blanket Purchase Agreement for the negotiated price supplier and a Contract Purchase Agreement for the varied price supplier.

Answer: D

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