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Oracle Fusion Cloud Procurement 2023 Certified Implementation Professional
Format: Hands-on Performance Based
Duration: 90 Minutes
Exam Price: $25
Number of Questions: Not Applicable
Passing Score: Challenges - 75% | Multiple choice - 75%
Validation: This exam has been validated against 22A/22B/22C/22D/23A/23B.
Policy: Cloud Recertification
Prepare to pass exam: 1Z0-1065-23
The Oracle Fusion Cloud Procurement 2023 Certified Implementation Professional certification is a Hands-on Performance based Professional level certification comprising of hands-on challenges and multiple choice questions. You will need to pass each of the sections individually to achieve the certification credential. You will receive an overall result.
An Oracle Fusion Cloud Procurement 2023 certified Implementation Professional demonstrates a strong foundation and expertise in implementing Oracle Procurement Cloud solutions. Individuals who earn this certification covers topics such as Purchasing, Self Service Procurement, Sourcing, Supplier Qualification Management, and Procurement Contracts.
If you have a valid Oracle Fusion Cloud Procurement Implementation Professional Certification, and your credential has not expired, you can maintain your certification by taking the corresponding shorter Delta exam.
Check the Oracle Recertification Policy to see if you qualify.
Take recommended training
Complete one of the courses below to prepare for your exam (optional):
Become a Certified Procurement Cloud Implementer
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Review exam topics
Procurement Application Overview
Explain Procurement concepts and components
Explain simplified Procure to Pay flow
Fusion Functional Set Up Manager
Explain the Application implementation lifecycle
Manage an Implementation
Common Applications for Procurement
Explain Enterprise Structures
Configure Applications security, Job roles, Duty roles, and Privileges
Create Business Units, Common Payables and Procurement options, and Approval Management for Procurement
Manage Supplier configuration and Supplier site assignment
Define Supplier Business Classification, Supplier Products and Services Category Hierarchy
Common Procurement Setups (Payment Terms, UOM, Carriers, Hazard Classes, Freight, Purchasing Profile Options, Procurement Document Numbering)
Define Purchase Document Configuration and Document Styles
Define Business Unit Function Configuration, Configure Procurement Business Unit, Document Types, Change Order Template, Receiving Parameters for Purchasing
Create Line Types and Change Orders, and assign Procurement agents
Set up Procurement of Consigned Inventory from Supplier, Transaction Manager, Shared Service Center, B2B Communication
Self Service Procurement
Explain Self Service Procurement
Manage Profile Options, Catalog Categories, Content Maps, Configure Requisitioning Business Functions and Requisition Approvals
Create Public Shopping Lists, Smart Forms, Catalog-Category Hierarchies, Templates and Punch Out
Explain objectives, Portal Setup, and maintenance
Create Portal Registration, Supplier Provisioning, and Default Roles
Explain Supplier business classification, internal and external supplier registrations
Explain Sourcing configuration objectives
Use Negotiation styles and Templates
Create Cost Factors, Attribute lists, Negotiation lookups, and Negotiation lists
Configure Negotiation and Award Approval, Surrogate Bidding, Online Messages, Two-Stage RFQ
Supplier Qualification Management (SQM)
Configure SQM and create Questions, Qualification Areas, and Models
Set up SQM Processes and manage Transactions, including Initiatives, Responses, Evaluation of Assessments, and Qualifications
Configure a Contract Terms Library
Create Contract Terms, Procurement Contract, Approvals, and Contract Fulfillment
Project-Driven Supply Chain (PDSC)
Configure Project-Driven Supply Chain
Sample Questions and Answers
An electronics parts manufacturer has decided to implement only the Purchasing application from
the Oracle Fusion Cloud Procurement pillar.
Which setup component will they NOT require for this implementation?
A. Document Style
B. Change Order Template
C. Requisitioning Business Function
D. Cost Factors
E. Procurement Agents
Cost factors are used to identify charges associated with a negotiation line in addition to price, such
as shipping and handling, retooling, or import duties. Cost factors are part of the Supplier
Negotiation application, which is not required for implementing only the Purchasing application. The
other options are all setup components that are needed for the Purchasing application.
Create Cost Factors
REST API for Oracle Fusion Cloud Procurement - External Cost Factors and External Cost Factors
You have the following business requirements when creating an implementation project:
You want to see the list of offerings and functional areas that are configured for the project.
You want to identify at which stage all offerings and functional areas are.
Which two fulfill these requirements?
A. Select the Enable check box to specify the options.
B. After creating the implementation project, set the status of tasks to in Progress or Implemented.
C. Although the offering configuration can be changed at any time, the changes will influence any existing implementation task lists.
D. Change Provisioned to "No" to specify the offering that you want to select while creating an implementation project.
E. You need the IT Security role to fulfill these requirements.
Answer: A, B
When you create an implementation project, you can select the offerings and functional areas that
you want to implement by selecting the Enable check box for each option. This will generate a list of
setup tasks for the selected options. You can also see the status of each offering and functional area,
such as Provisioned, Enabled, or Not Enabled. After creating the implementation project, you can
update the status of each task to indicate the progress of the implementation. You can set the status
to In Progress, Implemented, or Not Applicable. This will help you to identify the stage of each
offering and functional area in the implementation project.
How You Use Implementation Projects to Manage Setup
Oracle Fusion Applications Procurement Implementation Guide, Section 2.1: oeCreate Implementation Project
You need to set up a Procurement business unit to serve the procurement needs of various Requisitioning business units.
What must you set up in Oracle Fusion Cloud Procurement to meet this requirement?
A. Spend Authorized relationship between a Supplier and a Requisitioning business unit
B. Default Requisitioning business unit relationship in the Procurement Agent setup
C. Default Procurement BU relationship in the Requisitioning business function setup
D. Service Provider relationship in the Requisitioning business unit setup
To set up a Procurement business unit to serve the procurement needs of various Requisitioning
business units, you must set up a Service Provider relationship in the Requisitioning business unit
setup. This relationship defines the Procurement business unit as the service provider of the
procurement business function, and the Requisitioning business units as its clients. This way, the
Procurement business unit can take care of supplier negotiations, supplier site maintenance, and
purchase order processing on behalf of the Requisitioning business units. The other options are not
relevant for this requirement.
1: Service Provider Models - Oracle
2: Implement Procurement - docs.oracle.com
: Setup Steps in Oracle Fusion Cloud Procurement
You should regularly run reports to protect against fraud.
Which task do you use to select the attributes to be monitored for a supplier model?
A. Configure Procurement Business function
B. Manage Common Options for Payables and Procurement
C. Manage Transmission Configurations
D. Configure Supplier Registration and Profile Change Request
E. Manage Audit Policies
To select the attributes to be monitored for a supplier model, you use the Manage Audit Policies task
in the Setup and Maintenance work area. This task allows you to enable auditing for various business
objects, such as suppliers, supplier sites, supplier contacts, and supplier bank accounts. You can also
select the attributes of each business object that you want to audit, such as supplier name, address,
tax number, and so on. By enabling auditing, you can track the changes made to the supplier model
and generate audit reports to protect against fraud.
Overview of Audit Configuration, Section 2.1: oeEnable Auditing for Business Objects
Supplier Profile Audit History Setup and Reporting, Section 1: oeSupplier Profile Audit History Setup and Reporting
You want to send your purchasing documents from a specific organization-wide email address.
What task would you use to set this up?
A. Manage Purchasing Application Core Messages
B. Manage Purchasing Profile Messaging Options
C. Manage Purchasing Value Sets
D. Manage Purchasing Profile Options
E. Manage Purchasing Messages
To send your purchasing documents from a specific organization-wide email address, you need to use
the task Manage Purchasing Profile Options. This task allows you to configure various profile options
that control the behavior and functionality of the Purchasing application. One of these profile options
is PO: Email Sender Address, which specifies the email address that appears in the From field of the
email notifications sent to suppliers and internal users. You can set this profile option at the site level
to apply it to all business units, or at the product level to apply it to a specific business unit.
Implement Procurement - docs.oracle.com
PRC:PO: Supplier Communication from Email Address ¦ - My Oracle Support
PRC:PO: Sending Purchase Order (PO) Email ¦ - My Oracle Support