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Project Partners Blog Author:
Sachin Gupta | Oracle Primavera Solution Architect – Application Integration Specialist

In the previous article we touched upon utilizing AWS serverless architecture with Oracle Primavera P6 EPPM cloud. You can reference the article here.

In this article we will see how to utilize AWS serverless architecture to cut down on processing time for large volume of transactions, when importing them to Oracle Primavera P6 EPPM cloud using P6 web services.

One of the customers had the requirement of importing, roughly 50,000 financial transactions from their ERP application to Oracle Primavera P6 EPPM cloud on a weekly basis. Additionally, they wanted to perform validation based on pre-defined set of rules, for each transaction, during import and capture the information in UDF fields. This resulted in importing transaction individually instead of in a batch of 1000, as allowed by P6 web services.

This had significant impact on overall time required to process 50,000 transactions. With average of 1 second per transaction, it required around 14 hours to import 50,000 transactions in Oracle Primavera P6 EPPM cloud.

At 1 second per transaction –
50,000 transaction = 50,000 seconds or
(50,000/60) = 833.33 minutes or
(50,000/60/60) = 13.89 hours

This was a huge problem.

With the use of AWS serverless architecture model and carefully choosing services to fit the requirement, the processing time was reduced considerably. All of this, without worrying about additional cost of infrastructure or fluctuation in volume of transaction in future.

The transactions from ERP application were uploaded to Amazon DynamoDB.

AWS Lambda was configured to trigger when new data was inserted in DynamoDB. It was configured to trigger up to 10 Lambda function concurrently.  With 10 instances of lambda function processing the transactions concurrently at any given time, the overall time came down drastically from 14 hours to under 2 hours.

Previously, (50,000/60/60) = 13.89 hours
Now, (50,000/60/60/10) = 1.39 hours

Note: The distribution of data among instance of Lambda function is not same so the time will almost always be little higher than the above (theoretical) calculation.

The above approach is just one way to reduce overall processing time. A carefully designed solution with serverless approach can go a long way. Customers with on-premises integration solutions, who are constrained due to existing hardware configuration or otherwise, can also benefit by moving to serverless architecture.

If you have a similar requirement and want to discuss how serverless architecture can be utilized effectively, then leave a message or drop an email directly to


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Project Partners Blog Author:
Sachin Gupta | Oracle Primavera Solution Architect – Application Integration Specialist

In recent years, many customers have preferred Oracle Primavera P6 EPPM applications on the cloud. It saves them from typical deployment and system administration tasks of creating databases, hosting servers, configuring supporting technologies, and integrating supported applications.

One of the most pertaining questions asked by new and existing customers alike is – how easy it is to integrate Oracle Primavera P6 EPPM applications on the cloud with other application?

Let us look at this in more detail.

Most of the time cloud customers do not have in-house IT staff to maintain infrastructure or a team of programmers. Their requirements are often small and specific like:

  • automating calculation or rolling up some UDF data
  • performing certain task conditionally
  • perform certain task periodically for which there is no schedule/background job available
  • other custom functionality more specific to their organization
  • exchanging data with other application

Being a cloud customer, they often think that it is not possible to have a solution around it without spending a significant amount of money on servers and license cost of related software. They are also concerned with ongoing cost of maintaining and monitoring the infrastructure. So, they end up using excel or similar tool and maintain data manually. This comes with its own set of issues like human error, redundant data, etc.

Well, there is a relatively simple solution to all this and much more – Serverless Architecture.

Use AWS Lambda to run integration code with zero administration. AWS Lambda is a serverless compute service that allows to run code without provisioning or managing servers, creating workload-aware cluster scaling logic, maintaining event integrations, or managing run-times. AWS Lambda in conjunction with other services like Amazon S3, Amazon DynamoDB, Amazon API Gateway, can be used to run specific integration code.

Oracle Primavera P6 EPPM provides web services. These web services can be consumed in the integration solution to meet business requirement. The integration solution can be hosted on AWS Lambda to perform the desired operation at specific time and frequency.

If you have a similar requirement and want to discuss how serverless architecture can be utilized effectively, then drop an email to Sachin directly at

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Author: Wendy Lamar | Managing Principal Consultant | Project Partners
Oracle E-Business Suite R12 Project Certified Implementation Specialist

Asset Capitalization Dashboard

The Asset Capitalization Dashboard has been included in release 12.2.8.  The dashboard provides the user with a complete view of a capital project’s costs, and capabilities to manage certain functions of capital project maintenance that were previously only accessible via Oracle forms.

The Asset Capitalization Dashboard is accessed from the Project Home, navigating to the Financial tab, Asset Capitalization subtab.


The dashboard provides a summary of the project costs, including capitalizable and non-capitalizable costs; as well as the Assets assigned to the project or a task of the project.  The summary also indicates those costs not yet summarized, not yet capitalized, and not yet processed through asset generation and/or interface to Oracle Assets.  There is an indicator of any rejected lines.  Certain summarized information also provides drill down capabilities to view the expenditures included.


The next screenshot is the resulting page from drilling into Capitalizable Costs expenditures; access by clicking the Cost Summary – Capitalizable Costs amount (red arrow above):













Returning to the main dashboard – In the lower region, you will view the Assets Inquiry to view the project assets.  Parameters are provided to search the assets and limit results.


Manageable functions include managing holds, reversing assets, and assigning an asset to the project or task level.  Details of costs and their progression through costing processes are reported by asset (with drill down capabilities).  At the end of the row the user can open the asset lines, as shown in the next screenshot.

View Asset Lines Results:


Note that some actions that can be performed from this page, including splits and interfacing the asset to Oracle Assets.  There are also search capabilities to limit the data returned.

Returning to the main dashboard – at the top and bottom right, buttons are included to navigate to the Task Summary.


The Task Summary allows the user to view the cost information summarized by task, including common cost tasks and any non-capitalizable costs.  If an asset has been generated including costs from the task chosen, the task number, name and description will display in the lower region.


In summary, the capital asset dashboard provides quick access to most capital project maintenance steps accessed directly from the project home, providing more visibility to the project team for total project costs and necessary actions, saving time spent on day to day activities and reconciliation efforts.

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Project Partners Blog Author:
Sachin Gupta | Oracle Primavera Solution Architect – Application Integration Specialist

Activity Excel Utility Using P6 EPPM Web Services

P6 EPPM Web Services is a great way of integrating external systems with P6 EPPM application. Activity excel utility allows reading and writing data to Oracle Primavera P6 EPPM using P6 EPPM Web Services.

Activity excel utility allow user to:

  • Maintain activity details
  • Maintain activity relationship
  • Assign global and project activity code to activity
  • Assign resource or role to activity
  • Maintain activity steps
  • Maintain activity UDF
  • Maintain resource assignment UDF
  • Maintain activity step UDF









Update Project List – download list of projects from the connected P6 EPPM application

Read All Data – allows downloading all activity data at the click of button

Clear All Data – removes data from all worksheets

Read – Read or download data from P6 EPPM using Web Services

Modify – Create, Update or Delete the data for the corresponding business object

Screenshots of some of the worksheet are shown here for reference

Activity Details allows creating new activity and maintaining existing activity data. CRUD flag is used to identify the operation to be performed

“C” – Create, “U” – Update, “D” – Delete, “R” – Read.

Activity data is downloaded with CRUD flag as “R”


Activity attributes like Duration Type, % Complete Type, etc. use same set of values as in the application.

Activity Relationship can be created and updated within excel utility. Relationship Type has a predefined set of values as used in application – Task Dependent, Resource Dependent, Level of Effort, Start Milestone, Finish Milestone, WBS Summary.




Activity Code Assignment allow user to assign activity code to activities. Both global and project specific activity codes can be assigned to activities.




Resource Assignment allow user to assign resource/role to activities. This can be used to maintain resource assignment for activities of the project.




User interface for all other worksheets are similar to the one shown above.

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 Project Partners Blog Author: Donna Dignam | Principal Functional Consultant 

In April 2015, FASB (Financial Accounting Standards Board) issued ASU (Accounting Standards Update) 2015-05 to assist entities to determine when a customer in a cloud computing arrangement “CCA” (i.e. hosting arrangement) included a software license.

If a CCA includes a license to internal use software, the software license is accounted for by the customer as an intangible asset.  Basically, the intangible asset is recognized for the software license, and the payments or said license made over time are recognized as a liability.  If no software license is included in the contract, the company should account for the arrangement as a service contract, and the fees associated with the hosting service of the arrangement are expensed as incurred.

The Update did not give any guidance regarding the implementation costs for activities performed in a cloud computing arrangement as a service contract.  Since the FASB guidance in this area was not explicit, the Board decided to issue an Update to specifically address the resulting diversity in practice.

Who Is Affected by ASU 2018-154?

These Amendments on the accounting for implementation, setup and other upfront costs (commonly referred to as implementation costs) apply to entities that are a customer in a hosting arrangement that is a service contract.  Oracle Cloud computing arrangements where a license is sold to the customer along with a hosting arrangement with Oracle Cloud would be one such customer.

Main Provisions of ASU 20184

The Update’s intent is to align the requirements for capitalizing implementation costs incurred in a hosting arrangement that is a service contract with the requirements for capitalizing implementation costs incurred to develop or obtain internal use software and hosting arrangements that include an internal-use software license.  The current accounting for the service element of a hosting arrangement is not affected.

It is up to the company to determine which implementation costs to capitalize as an asset related to the service contract and which to expense.  Costs to develop or obtain internal use software that could not be capitalized under Subtopic 350-40, such as training costs and certain data conversion cost, also cannot be capitalized for a hosting arrangement that is a service contract.  The company in a hosting arrangement that is a service contract determines which project stage an implementation activity relates to.  Project stages include preliminary project stage, application development stage or post implementation stage.  Costs incurred for the application development stage are capitalized, while those costs related to the preliminary project stage or the post implementation stage are expensed as the activities are performed.

In addition, the company is required to amortize the capitalized implementation costs over the terms of the hosting arrangement.  The term of the hosting arrangement includes the noncancellable period of the arrangement plus periods covered by:

  1. Option to Extend – customer must be reasonable expected to exercise this option
  2. Option to Terminate the Arrangement – where the customer is reasonably expected NOT to exercise this option
  3. Option to Extend or Not to Terminate – where the vendor has control of exercising the option.

Impairment guidance, as if the costs were long-lived assets, and abandonment are to be applied based upon the existing guidance in SubTopics 350-40 and 360-10, respectively.

Income Statement presentation by the entity should be the same line item as the fees associated with the hosting service of the arrangement.  Similarly, classification of payments for capitalized implementation costs in the Statement of Cash Flows are done in the same manner as payments made for fees associated with the hosting arrangement.  In the Statement of Financial Position, capitalized implementation costs are presented in the same line item that a prepayment for fees associated to the hosting arrangement would be presented.

How is This Different and Why is it an Improvement?

Currently, GAAP does not specifically address accounting for implementation costs associated with a HASC.  Therefore, the Update improves current GAAP as it clarifies accounting and aligns the accounting for implementation costs for hosting arrangements, regardless of whether a license is conveyed.

For consulting firms, the new standards present an improved selling point as costs that were previously required to be expensed can now be capitalized.  For capital intensive industries, where cloud applications are being considered and dismissed due to financial considerations around increased expenses (and resulting decreased profitability metrics) due to cloud implementation, the new standard allows a way to capitalize the costs associated to both the license and the implementation and development costs around getting that application stood up.

When Does This New Update Take Affect?

For public entities, the amendments are effective for fiscal years beginning after December 15, 2019 and interim periods within those fiscal years. For all other entities, annual reporting periods beginning after December 15, 2020, and interim periods within annual periods beginning after December 15, 2021 are required.  Early adoption is permitted at any time.

The amendments in this Update should be applied either retrospectively or prospectively to all implementation costs incurred after the date of adoption.

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End-to-End Integration of Enterprise Resource Planning Applications for Project Organizations

How to Unlock the Value of your Project-Based Business Systems

Visibility & Control for Project-Driven Organizations

With the maturity of Cloud-based business applications, organizations can attain real-time visibility into the performance of their business with a single source of truth for business operations and finances. This modern technology can enable enterprise organizations to become more competitive and profitable on a single, inter-connected Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) platform for tracking and managing the entire services business lifecycle.

Successful services organizations require modern systems that provide seamless integration between their ERP and Project Portfolio Management applications and processes. An integrated application infrastructure can be configured to lead your project-driven organization forward to greater efficiency from the moment a new sales opportunity is identified through to project sourcing, project delivery, and financial accounting.

In this blog, we will discuss the functionality and execution discipline of an integration business application solution for project-based organizations. This is the first blog in a series by Project Partners LLC, in which we will delve deeper into “How to Unlock and Maximize the Value” of each functional area of the services business lifecycle. 

Watch this video for an overview of our blog series Enterprise Resource Planning Applications for Project Organizations 

Modern Project Portfolio Management addresses all of the external inputs to and outputs from the business operations of the Enterprise. An integrated methodology is necessary to tie all functional areas into a cohesive system including ERP, Human Capital Management (HCM), Supply Chain Management (SCM), Customer Relationship Management (CRM), Enterprise Performance Management (EPM), as well as Project Management. etc.

Companies set to benefit from this approach include organizations in industries such as: Professional Services (incl. Architecture & Engineering Services), Construction (Contractor and Sub-contractor), ETO/ATO, Utilities, Government (Federal) Contracting, State and Local Government, Financial Services, IT, Owner-Side Construction, Aerospace & Defense, Product Development, Capital Projects and other indirect projects organizations. These organizations may represent entire companies or embedded sub-divisions or service lines within broader global enterprises.

Foundational Applications

Business applications for enterprise organizations begin with the core financial applications, which include GL, AP, AR, Assets and Cash Management, in order to record and manage their financial transactions.  Although managing Project financials can be accomplished directly with these applications via a project/task identifier in the GL chart of accounts, this is a very inefficient mechanism as it places a large burden on the GL to hold and report large volumes of project transactions. Further, this approach makes the operational groups totally reliant on the finance organization to provide them with the reporting they need to efficiently execute and manage projects.

Project Financial Management Applications
By providing an efficient bridge between finance and operational needs, Project Financial Management applications enable operations with a single source of truth for all project information. These applications provide visibility into the project structures, plans, and an aggregation of all project costs, revenue, and invoice information while seamlessly interfacing with various financial applications needed to record, process and report financial information. Further, these applications serve as a true sub-ledger by holding detailed project transactions for reporting and audit while providing finance with summarized entries that result in an uncluttered GL.

Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Applications
ERP for Project Organizations can be defined to include Financial Applications (including GL, AP, AR, FA, and Cash Management), HR Applications (HCM), and Supply Chain Management (SCM) Applications (including Sourcing, Self-Service Requisitioning, Procurement, Contracts and Receiving), in addition to Project Financial and Execution applications.

Human Capital Management (HCM) Applications
As people resources are a critical element to executing projects, HCM applications are also critical for project-driven organizations. These applications provide a single source of truth for people, organizations, jobs/roles, and cost rates for human resources. Project Partners’ core competencies derive from integrating Financial and Project accounting applications seamlessly with HCM to leverage these core entities.

For these foundation applications, our Team has helped our clients structure financial processes based on industry standards and best-practices, and then further align these to the unique operational needs of the specific organization. This includes helping define project structures and classifications, resource types and sources, and cost types that best meet the organization’s. Project Partners also assists with mapping project transactions to financial structures to enable the automated flow of data across applications and accounting.

Labor Costing for projects is our specialty, be it standard costing based on person, role, location and job levels, actual costing based on salary rates from HCM, or payroll costing based on periodic paid amounts. We bring a deep understanding of this complex function across industries and provide solutions that fulfill your project and financial needs while meeting all labor cost security requirements.

Project Sourcing Applications

Customer Relationship Management (CRM) Applications
Projects and new delivery orders for production are typically sourced from Sales using CRM applications for execution of external contract work or from an approved budgeted portfolio of projects for indirect or capital work.

Sales opportunities in CRM applications are the initiation point for proposals that result in closed transactions and downstream execution.  An integrated application work-flow from CRM to Project Delivery and Execution applications allow sales and delivery organizations to work together on the best possible proposals (using estimates from past projects, products, or templates), then quickly plan and execute on the contract to close sales. Contract and Grant Management applications can optionally be included to manage complex contracts or execute work funded by grants.

Enterprise Performance Management (EPM) Applications
Budgeting and execution of proposed capital and indirect is reviewed, incorporated into organizational budgets, and approved for execution on a periodic (annual) basis using EPM applications.

When EPM applications are integrated in project financials, they enable a top-down and bottom-up planning and review process to arrive at the best possible mix of budgeted and approved projects. This integration also provides a means to optimize internal resources (demand and supply) and project prioritization and selection. Niche portfolio management applications, such as the Primavera application suite and Oracle Instantis, also provide good functionality in this space according to specific scenarios and requirements.

Enterprise Performance-Management (EPM) Applications

In addition to using best practice approaches to associate project sources to project execution applications, Project Partners provides software integration solutions that optimize and automate the entire project initiation and delivery process.

Project Delivery and Execution Applications

Successful project planning and execution across multiple functional areas requires a project execution management and work-flow application, such as Primavera Unifier, to compliment project financial management applications, such as Oracle E-Business Suite (EBS) and Oracle ERP Cloud (Oracle Fusion Applications).  In addition, Primavera P6 and other project management applications are used for more sophisticated project scheduling. These applications provide functionality to manage the core elements of project delivery including schedule, materials, and resources, while Primavera Unifier runs the work-flow, approvals, contract management and cost-control cycles, with touch-points across all applications.

Supply Chain Management (SCM) Applications
SCM applications, such as sourcing, procurement, procurement contracts, inventory, etc., become critical for business operations that rely on procured items as a large percentage of project costs – typically construction and manufacturing project-driven organizations. These applications source their demand as driven from project plans and subsequently provide purchase commitment transactions back to the project financials system for an accurate Management view of project cost (and liability).

In addition to the project delivery and execution applications discussed, Project Partners can implement and support the leading industry specific business process optimization applications to provide functionality tailored to your industry requirements. Project Partners provides expert services in all of the following environments:

  • Professional Services Firms: Oracle ERP Cloud configured for Services Resource Planning (SRP)
    • In our following blog-posts we will explore this packaged Oracle Cloud solution from Project Partners – (See it demonstrated Live at Oracle Open World in October in San Francisco!)
  • Project-driven Industries: Oracle ERP Cloud integrated with Primavera Unifier/P6/Analytics
  • Capital Construction for General and Sub-Contractors: Primavera Prime
  • Construction for Owners, for system-wide Project Controls and Execution: Primavera Unifier
  • IT/Ideation/Product Development: Oracle Instantis and Oracle Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) Applications
  • Assemble/Engineer to Order: Shop-floor/Manufacturing Automation Applications
  • Utilities/Capital Intensive Industries: Oracle Asset Management Applications
  • Service Providers: Field Service Applications


Enterprise Resource Planning Applications for Project Organizations


With process and software solutions to integrate back-office financial applications to front-office delivery and execution systems, Project Partners brings significant industry and business process experience. We deliver solutions to project-driven organizations that optimize and integrate all business systems and operations. Today’s organizations require this cohesive end-to-end technology platform to operate more efficiently and competitively and to drive more value and ROI out of their IT investments.

Our implementation and integration solutions are designed to automate, streamline, and control project financial and project execution management processes end-to-end and, as a result, enable you to

  • Improve sales and service profitability with standardized offerings, costing, and pricing
  • Improve cash flow and customer satisfaction with accurate and timely invoices
  • Enhance worker productivity, competency/skill, and engagement
  • Work load balance across initiatives, projects, and cross organizational management
  • Automate manual operational/financial processes and reduce redundant administration
  • Facilitate cross organization interaction through workflows and social collaboration
  • Streamline your financial consolidation and monthly close cycle
  • Have a real time, trusted, single source of truth for your business data and supporting transactions
  • Use role based dashboards and Key Performance Indicators that provide insight into people, customer, project, and financial performance


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Stay tuned for additional blog-posts on modernizing your enterprise business systems on a single ERP platform to maximize your business application investments.

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Video: Business Applications for Project-Driven Organizations
Video: Oracle ERP Cloud Video Series
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Increase Cash Flow With Efficient and Accurate Project Billing Using Oracle Project Portfolio Management Cloud

Project billing can be cumbersome for your Finance organization. It can often be very manually intensive, resulting in inefficient project billing practices.

Oracle’s ERP Project Portfolio Management (PPM) Cloud provides simplified, modern tools for comprehensive project financial management. Oracle PPM Cloud allows Finance Teams to monitor time and expense entry and invoice automation using a single dashboard. Oracle PPM Cloud empowers Project Teams to quickly create, adjust, finalize, and submit invoices for approval. Project Managers can easily review invoice accuracy before approving.

Oracle PPM Cloud ensures rapid and accurate project billing and revenue management by allowing project teams to

  • capture all applicable time and expense data for invoicing
  • monitor all processed time and expense in one dashboard
  • ensure clients receive the correct invoices on time
  • implement efficient billing practices with invoice automation

Oracle Project Portfolio Management Cloud can help your organization increase profits, improve cash flow, and achieve greater client satisfaction. Watch the video to learn more:

 Improving Project Billing and Cash Flow in Oracle ERP Cloud


Project Partners Oracle ERP Cloud Video Series – highlighting how Oracle ERP Cloud and Project Partners’ Services Resource Planning™ provides your business with the visibility, controls, and tools to attain greater operational and financial performance.

Simple and Accurate Expense Entry in Oracle ERP Cloud
Simple and Accurate Time Entry in Oracle ERP Cloud

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