An event technology services company uses the Oracle iProcurement module for requisitioning and order tracking in Oracle EBS R12. The company wanted to implement iProcurement punchout for its sub-rental stores, where its customers can rent equipment for conferences and live events. The Oracle Punchout functionality would allow sub-rental store customers to access the supplier website directly from iProcurement, and copy item information from the supplier shopping cart to the iProcurement cart. 

This white paper covers the Oracle iProcurement punchout implementation, configuration, and setup process in Oracle EBS R12. If you are evaluating the need for a punchout, this white paper will help you understand what challenges to expect and how to overcome them.

What you will learn from this white paper:

  • iProcurement Punchout Implementation Challenges and How to Overcome Them:

    • Configuring XML Gateway and Oracle Transport Agent
    • Certificate Compatibility issues
    • Transport Layer Security (TLS) and HTTPS Protocol for Transmission compatibility issues
    • Establishing two-way connectivity with the supplier system across fire walls
  • The setup steps to implement and configure punchout from Oracle iProcurement in EBS R12

  • Flow across Oracle modules (Oracle Transportation Management, XML Gateway, Oracle Transport Agent, Purchasing, and Supplier Portal)

  • The benefits of implementing iProcurement punchout

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