Simplified Loader’s Payables Invoice Templates offers fully integrated Excel Spreadsheet with Oracle Fusion. The Payables Invoice Template allows the user to create PO matched or stand-alone Invoice, download, update, validate, calculate tax, cancel, or delete Payable Invoices. The Payables Template supports loading file attachment from Excel.
Simplified Loader Payables Invoice Templates enhances team efficiency and reduces the manual workload on Payables team by providing an Excel-based tool to perform all the business functions on Payables invoices. The Template is not limited to upload stand-alone payables invoices. It also enables users to create PO matched invoices. Using Excel Template, you can download Invoice and upload Invoice back into Oracle Fusion with a new Invoice Number. This feature comes handy to upload monthly recurring invoices.
Users of Oracle Fusion Payables team can utilize Simplified Loader’s Excel Templates to download or to upload Invoices from Excel to Oracle Fusion. Excel Template provides a feature-rich interface for the user to get all information required for purchase order creation in the Spreadsheet. Excel Template provides a list of values for fields at Invoice Header, Lines, Distributions, level.
Payable Invoice Excel Template is best suited for the Payables team or the Data Migration team. Simplified Loader Template allows loading any number of records with immediate validation feedback. The portable nature of Simplified Loader Excel sheets makes it possible to distribute the file to any user (inside or outside your organization) who wishes to supply Invoice details. Once the Payable team receives the file populated with PO data, the Payable team can use the same file (without a need to copy-paste data from one Excel file to another) to load data into Oracle Fusion.
Oracle provides an FBDI and ADFdi sheet for data upload. In comparison with FBDI, Simplified loader Templates are 95% more convenient to use in terms of organizing data in Excel, steps involved in data upload, and resolving errors. Similarly using standard ADFdi, the Invoice is loaded into Oracle Fusion in a two-step process. In the first step, Invoice is loaded to the interface table, and then the import invoice program loads invoice into Oracle Fusion. In the case of Simplified Loader, the Invoice is created directly in Oracle Fusion with the need of posting Invoice to an interface table. All data validations take place at the time of invoice upload from Excel. Please review a detailed comparison with FBDI and ADFdi Template here.