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JD Edwards EnterpriseOne 9.2 One
View Reporting for Financials
Prepared by:
Dwight D. Mitchell, PMP. OCS, OCP
President /S...
Agenda
■ Introduction
■ ERP Reporting Business Issues
■ Benefits of One View Reporting Financials
■ Business Challenge Fin...
Introduction
Mitchell & Associates, Inc.
Dwight David Mitchell
President / CEO
Who we are
Mitchell & Associates, Inc (MAA)…
• Founded in 1993
• 20+ years of JDE Implementation & Upgrade Experience
• Or...
Introduction
By a show of hands……
■ How many people use Excel for Financial
Reporting or Statements?
■ How many people use...
ERP Reporting Business Issues
■ Lack of effective operational reporting:
▪ Requires access to real time information
▪ Focu...
Benefits of One View Reporting
■ Real time, interactive access
improves day-to-day operations.
■ Increases accuracy
■ Spee...
One View for Financials Functional Scope
Receivables
• One View Customer Ledger Inquiry
• Open Invoices
• Customer Balance...
Benefits of One View Reporting
Business Challenge
■ The Financial Report Writer is
a development tool
■ Not Designed for the End
User
■ Unable to Change ...
Business Challenge
Standard Financial Report Writer
Opportunity
We’ve all heard the phrase “Hind sight is
20/20 or Eagle Eye”
By a show of hands……
Knowing then, what you know...
Opportunity
■ I’m here to show you how One View Financial Statements allow the
company's financial staff to control how fi...
Solution
• New feature in One View for Financials specifically for
Financial Statements
• Easy to use interface for financ...
Solution
• Real time access to
data and statements
• Book quality
• Different formats
• Fast run times
• Data visualizatio...
Solution
One View Financial Statement Charts & Graphs
Key Features
One View Financial Statement Components
• Building Blocks of a Financial Statement
 Row Definitions
 Column...
Key Features
Row Definitions
The rows 
define how the 
balances are 
summarized.
Key Features
Section Definitions
The Sections 
define how
the row are 
grouped on 
a statement.
Key Features
Column Definitions
The columns 
define what
balances are 
summarized.
Key Features
Totals Definitions
The subtotals
and totals on 
the statement.
Key Features
Calculation Definitions
Some columns 
are calculations
based upon 
other columns.
Key Features
Statement Definition
One View Financial Statement Components
Income Statement
Sections on a Statement
Revenue...
Key Features
Statement Definition
One View Financial Statement Components
Income Statement
Layouts
Multiple Business Units...
Key Features
One View Financial Statement Process Flow
Create Column Definitions Create Row Definitions
Create Statements ...
Demonstration
Creating Column Definitions
Define what balances to use from the Account Balance Table
Year, Period, and Qua...
Demonstration
Creating Row Definitions
Define how to summarize the balances / Data Selection / Multiple row types
Demonstration
Creating Statement Definitions
Assign a Subtotal
row to provide totals
across sections.
As many rows as
need...
Demonstration
Creating Versions
Multiple versions for each Statement Definition
Data Selection / Options for running the r...
Demonstration
Running a Financial Statement
Select and run a version of the statement
Demonstration
Viewing a Financial Statement
View and Manage your submitted statements
Key Drivers
• Enable end users to design, create, run, and share
reports
• Provide users real time access to operational d...
Success Factors
Cheaper
Faster Better
GOAL:
To achieve
a balance between
Cost, Time, and Quality
Partial Client Listings
Questions
Please complete the session
evaluation
We appreciate your feedback and insight
Session ID# JDE-104390
JD Edwards EnterpriseOne 9.2 One Presentation Quest INFOCUS 2016
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View Reporting for Financial Statements Presentation at Quest INFOCUS 2016.

Empower your financial users to design, create,and generate financial reports and statements with this latest update.

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JD Edwards EnterpriseOne 9.2 One Presentation Quest INFOCUS 2016

  1. 1. JD Edwards EnterpriseOne 9.2 One View Reporting for Financials Prepared by: Dwight D. Mitchell, PMP. OCS, OCP President /Solution Architect Mitchell & Associates, Inc. Empower your financial users to design, create, and generate financial reports and statements Session ID#: JDE-104390 #MAAIMCS
  2. 2. Agenda ■ Introduction ■ ERP Reporting Business Issues ■ Benefits of One View Reporting Financials ■ Business Challenge Financial Statements ■ Opportunity ■ Solution - OVR for Financials Statements ■ Key Features ■ Demonstration ■ Q & A
  3. 3. Introduction Mitchell & Associates, Inc. Dwight David Mitchell President / CEO
  4. 4. Who we are Mitchell & Associates, Inc (MAA)… • Founded in 1993 • 20+ years of JDE Implementation & Upgrade Experience • Oracle Platinum Level Partner •JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Specialized • Oracle Accelerate for Midsize Companies Specialized • Complete Solution Provider • 100% Client Satisfaction Rating • Strictly JD Edwards Solutions • Global, Multi-Site / Multi-National Implementations
  5. 5. Introduction By a show of hands…… ■ How many people use Excel for Financial Reporting or Statements? ■ How many people use multiple sources to compile your Financial Statements? ■ How many people use custom reports for Financial Statements? ■ How many people have to wait for IT when you create or change your Financial Statements?
  6. 6. ERP Reporting Business Issues ■ Lack of effective operational reporting: ▪ Requires access to real time information ▪ Focused on line of business management and staff ■ IT resources ▪ High $$ resources are backlogged and should be redirected to other priorities – not to report writing. ■ Without effective operational reporting throughout the enterprise it is difficult to: ▪ Reduce end of period close cycle times ▪ Identify data inaccuracies ▪ Improve operational processes such as collections ▪ Expand use of the software
  7. 7. Benefits of One View Reporting ■ Real time, interactive access improves day-to-day operations. ■ Increases accuracy ■ Speeds period end close cycles ■ Process improvement ■ Decrease cost of reporting ■ Free up high $$ IT resources ■ Quick time to benefit & ROI with pre-built content
  8. 8. One View for Financials Functional Scope Receivables • One View Customer Ledger Inquiry • Open Invoices • Customer Balance • Open Invoices with Aging • Customer Account Balance Analysis • One View Customer Receipt/Draft Inquiry • Receipt Transactions • Receipt History Trend • A/R Write‐Offs • Receipt Analysis General Ledger • One View Account Ledger Inquiry • G/L Transactions by Customer and Business Unit • G/L Transactions by Account • Business Unit Detail • G/L Transactions Analysis Payables • One View Supplier Ledger Inquiry • Open Vouchers • Payments Due Within 30 Days • Payments Overdue • Transaction Volume by Pay Item • Supplier Account Balance Analysis • One View Supplier Payment Inquiry • Payments • Payment Trends • Payment Discounts • Payment Analysis • One View Account Balance Inquiry • G/L Account Balances • Q1 Sales by Store within a Region • Budget vs. Actual by Business Unit • Trial Balance • Account Balance Trends • Gross Profit • Account Balance Analysis 6 Applications, 28 Reports, 144 Report Components
  9. 9. Benefits of One View Reporting
  10. 10. Business Challenge ■ The Financial Report Writer is a development tool ■ Not Designed for the End User ■ Unable to Change Columns and Formatting on the fly ■ Requires IT intervention for all changes ■ No Data Visualization (Pie Charts & Graphs) ■ Excel Exports for Data Consolidation ■ Not always Single Source of Financial Truth
  11. 11. Business Challenge Standard Financial Report Writer
  12. 12. Opportunity We’ve all heard the phrase “Hind sight is 20/20 or Eagle Eye” By a show of hands…… Knowing then, what you know now, how many of you would do things differently if you were implementing JDE Financials for the first time?
  13. 13. Opportunity ■ I’m here to show you how One View Financial Statements allow the company's financial staff to control how financial statements, such as balance sheets and income statements, are designed and generated.
  14. 14. Solution • New feature in One View for Financials specifically for Financial Statements • Easy to use interface for financial users to create statements in multiple formats • Ability to create book quality statements with data visualization in many formats • Self service applications to run and view statements quickly • Sample content for standard Financial Statements (i.e. Balance Sheet and Income Statement) to help get started
  15. 15. Solution • Real time access to data and statements • Book quality • Different formats • Fast run times • Data visualization • Self service • Easy to create
  16. 16. Solution One View Financial Statement Charts & Graphs
  17. 17. Key Features One View Financial Statement Components • Building Blocks of a Financial Statement  Row Definitions  Column Definitions • Statement definitions  Identify the sections of the statement and the rows and columns for each section • Layouts  Format the statement  Perform Calculations and Totals • Statement versions  Options for running the statement  Layout and format  Data selection
  18. 18. Key Features Row Definitions The rows  define how the  balances are  summarized.
  19. 19. Key Features Section Definitions The Sections  define how the row are  grouped on  a statement.
  20. 20. Key Features Column Definitions The columns  define what balances are  summarized.
  21. 21. Key Features Totals Definitions The subtotals and totals on  the statement.
  22. 22. Key Features Calculation Definitions Some columns  are calculations based upon  other columns.
  23. 23. Key Features Statement Definition One View Financial Statement Components Income Statement Sections on a Statement Revenues Direct Costs Row Definitions Store Sales / Other Sales COGS / Other Costs Column Definitions Current Period / Last year / YTD / Last Year Actual / % Change
  24. 24. Key Features Statement Definition One View Financial Statement Components Income Statement Layouts Multiple Business Units Versions Company 100 / Company 200 / Company 300
  25. 25. Key Features One View Financial Statement Process Flow Create Column Definitions Create Row Definitions Create Statements Definitions Rows / Columns / Sections / Subtotals Create Layouts Formatting / Calculations Create Versions Data Selection / Layout / Format Everything you  create is reusable on  future statements.
  26. 26. Demonstration Creating Column Definitions Define what balances to use from the Account Balance Table Year, Period, and Quarter Offsets / 8 Different balance types / Data Selection
  27. 27. Demonstration Creating Row Definitions Define how to summarize the balances / Data Selection / Multiple row types
  28. 28. Demonstration Creating Statement Definitions Assign a Subtotal row to provide totals across sections. As many rows as needed can be assigned to a statement definition Subtotal 1 or more sections together
  29. 29. Demonstration Creating Versions Multiple versions for each Statement Definition Data Selection / Options for running the report
  30. 30. Demonstration Running a Financial Statement Select and run a version of the statement
  31. 31. Demonstration Viewing a Financial Statement View and Manage your submitted statements
  32. 32. Key Drivers • Enable end users to design, create, run, and share reports • Provide users real time access to operational data • Codes vs. descriptions, group by customer, sum by category code, table vs. chart….View your data the way you want to view it! • Free up IT resources for projects
  33. 33. Success Factors Cheaper Faster Better GOAL: To achieve a balance between Cost, Time, and Quality
  34. 34. Partial Client Listings
  35. 35. Questions
  36. 36. Please complete the session evaluation We appreciate your feedback and insight Session ID# JDE-104390

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