Oracle Contractor Request – Invoicing Process – The invoices for the contingent worker can be created in two ways. It can be done manually based on the supplier furnished invoices or by using the Oracle standard functionality of Recipient Created Tax Invoice (RCTI) to create the invoices automatically based on the timecard entered
Oracle Contractor Request – Timecard entry process – Oracle Time and Labor (OTL) module needs to be implemented to capture the hours worked by contingent worker through timecard. First, the contingent worker needs to be given an Oracle user name and password by performing the user setups
Oracle Contractor Request – Contingent worker setup and assignment – Once the purchase order created for the contractor request is approved, the buyer will get the
Oracle Purchasing – Contingent worker Purchase Orders – Once you complete creating the contractor request following steps mentioned here and approve the requisition, you need to convert the requisition to a purchase order.
Creating Contractor Request – Recommend you to read the brief about “Contractor Request” functionality here prior to reading the content in this page. Switch to iProcurement responsibility and click on the “Contractor Request” link in the “Shop” tab.
Oracle iProcurement Contractor Request – In the current economic scenario, many companies hire contingent workers to complete a piece of job or a task of a particular project
Oracle Services Procurement – Contractor Request – Supplier Information section provides you the options to select a preferred supplier or suggest a supplier that exists in the supplier master but not a preferred supplier for the selected job or suggest a new supplier