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    MShrini
    How to get Oracle Fusion Financial Cloud Standard Industry...
    Topic posted May 18, 2018 by MShriniBronze Crown: 15,000+ Points, last edited January 30, 2019, tagged Accounting Hub Cloud Service, Allocations, Assets, Budgetary control, Cash Management, Collections, Compliance, Configuration, Core HR, Expenses, Financials, General Ledger, Help Center, Intercompany, Invoice Imaging, Payables, Period Close / Reconciliation, Public Sector, Receivables, Reports, Revenue Management, Sample Reports, Search, Security, Setup / Administration, Subledger Accounting, Subscriptions, Tip, Update, User Interface 
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    How to get Oracle Fusion Financial Cloud Standard Industry wise vertical reports
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    How to get Oracle Standard Industry wise vertical reports
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    As a Oracle partner we are not able to find and share the Oracle Standard Industry wise/specific Vertical reports during the POC. So any one is having path/link/source/list for such list of sample reports and  its names kindly share us

     

    Will be appreciated if it is shared at earliest.

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    • Becky Alvarez

      I am not sure what you are looking for as far as industry standard but you can always find the standard reports provided in the release at docs.oracle.com.  You cam select Cloud.  Then select Software as A Service.  Then select the application you want.  For example, click om Financials under Enterprise Resource Planning.  On the left hand side of  the page you can click on the relevant documentation.  For sample reports you would select Analyze and Report.  On the bottom right you will see a section for Review Prebuilt Analytics and Reports and under that heading you see the Financial Analytics and Reports.  If you click on that link it will open an excel spreadsheet that shows all reports that are available out of the box as well as a description of the subject areas.

      Hope that is of some assistance.