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RMS Fundamentals 11.

What does this class cover?

The functional aspects of the RMS application.

What this class does not cover:

Batch schedules Batch programs Data flows of functional areas RMS data model Oracle Retail forms development Other Oracle Retail products For more information and/or for course descriptions on our class offerings, please ask your instructor

Class objectives
By the end of this course, you will be able to:
Perform core RMS navigational and set up tasks Define and use the organizational hierarchy structure Define and use the merchandise hierarchy structure Describe the supplier structure and financial interface Describe the differences in the new item types Add items of all types, including items with differentiators Use grouping tools to enhance application and workflow efficiency Process cost changes. Create, distribute, submit, and approve purchase orders View inventory. Create transfers, returns to vendor and mass return transfers

Class methods
How will we accomplish these objectives?
Training manual Training agenda Hands-on exercises Q&A

Class schedule
Monday 1:00 4:30 Tuesday 9:00 4:30 Wednesday 9:00 4:30 Thursday9:00 4:30 Friday 9:00 12:00
Lunch 12:00 - 1:00

Suggestions for a successful experience

Give freely of your experiences. Avoid private discussions during lecture periods. If you do not understand, ask for further clarification. Appreciate questions from other participants. Be prompt and regular in attendance, both at the beginning of each day and after breaks. Turn off mobile phones and pagers during class time.

RMS overview
What is RMS? RMS is the Oracle Retail Merchandising System It is Oracle Retails core transaction system and serves as the central focus point for information flowing throughout the enterprise. RMS is a user-friendly system built using the Oracle database and is designed to handle retail needs for fashion or department stores, grocery stores, mass merchandisers, and hardlines stores.

RMS Fundamentals = RMS life cycle Foundation Data

Organizational Hierarchy (Stores and Warehouses) Merchandise Hierarchy (Dept, Class, Subclass Suppliers

Overview Adding Regular Items New Items Pack Items Item/Location Setup

Grouping Tools
Item Properties Item Lists Location Properties Location Lists

Inventory Management
Shipping & Receiving Viewing Inventory Transfers Returns to Vendor Mass Returns Transfers

Creating POs Distributing POs Editing POs

Other Oracle Retail products

Other products include:

RDM Oracle Retail Distribution Management: Warehouse functions such as picking, shipping & receiving.

RDF Oracle Retail Demand Forecasting: uses historical data to forecast sales. RTM Oracle Retail Trade Management: importing product to track duties, tariffs, etc. ReIM Oracle Retail Invoice Matching: auto-processes receipts against supplier. ReSA Oracle Retail Sales Audit: sales transactions come from POS to ReSA, which cleans up the data. Data is then sent back to RMS.

Other Oracle Retail products

SIM Oracle Retail Store Systems: virtual back office, receiving goods, stocks counts and transfers at stores. RPM Oracle Retail Price Management: automates and streamlines the price change business processes. Suggests price changes based on pre-determined rules. RDW Oracle Retail Data Warehouse: sits on top of enterprise, runs reports and analytics. ARI Active Retail Intelligence: watchdog eliminates daily repetitive tasks and provides exception monitoring.

Q & A