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LEVERAGING ORACLE PROJECTS TO MANAGE PERFORMANCE BASED REVENUE

As stated previously, the core principle in the new Standard requires that an entity recognize revenue to depict the transfer of goods or services to a customer in an amount that reflects the consideration given in exchange for those goods or services.

Impact to Balance Sheet and Income Statement

When a contract is signed, an asset and a liability are created for the total amount of goods and services promised to the customer.

Upon fulfillment of an identifiable performance obligation (commonly referred to as a “deliverable”), the liability is reduced, and revenue is recognized when that performance obligation is satisfied and accepted by the customer.

When payment is received for the goods and services provided, the asset is reduced.

This new methodology differs from the previous generally accepted practice of recognizing revenue when the customer is billed, and a receivable is created.  No longer will a company track unbilled revenue streams.  Oracle Projects provides the ability to configure your projects to meet the requirements of Step 5 of the new ASC 606 guideline with standard functionality.

Step 5 of the Standard requires a two-step approach.   Using Oracle Projects, work is performed, and delivery is recorded.  Then, a process to Generate Draft Revenue for the projects is run to complete the recognition process.

The following is an example of how your company can leverage Oracle Projects to meet ASC 606 compliance.

Service Contracts based on selling hours (T&E)

  • Work Based Revenue Recognition
    • Standard Oracle functionality of Time & Expense Billing
    • Set up project and billing information

  • Identify the Performance Obligations and set up as Budget Lines for the contracted number of hours

  • Delivery Team Charges Time & Expenses to the Project

  1. Revenue based on hours charged
  2. Acceptance of work performed implicit when customer signs timecard
  3. Invoicing takes place when the timecard is approved. This process can precede the actual recognition of revenue as the performance obligation is not yet complete.
  4. As each phase of the project is finished, revenue is recognized.

Run the Generate Draft Revenue Process for your projects to recognize revenue

Perform Work and Record Delivery

  • T&M Service Contracts based on specific Deliverables
  • Fixed Price Service Contracts based on Milestones
    • Mark Deliverable as Complete. Mark Billing Action as Complete

Run the Generate Draft Revenue Process for your projects to recognize revenue:

T&M/Fixed Price Service Contracts

  • A Fixed Price Service Contract requires the use of Billing Events generated from deliverables to generate revenue.
  • Invoicing can be generated per the terms of the contract; however, revenue cannot be recognized until the performance obligation has been met.

Unit Price Based Contracts

Oracle Planning and Control offers the ability to utilize a structure called Schedule of Values (“SOV”).  The SOV allocates value for various parts of the work from a contractual agreement.  The SOV schedule is also used as the basis for monitoring progress, tracking deliverables, and submitting and reviewing payment certificates for billing the client.  The user can either enter a contract in Oracle Project Contracts, or directly enter one.  Once a project is created, it can be updated from Oracle Project Contracts or directly entered in Oracle Planning and Control.

  • Enter Progress and record quantity completed for each SOV Task
  • In this case, a task has been set up for each performance obligation under the contract. As the task is completed and accepted, revenue can be taken

  • Billing Events are generated from Schedule Of Values progress and are used to generate revenue

Recent Enhancements to Support ASC 606

Oracle has been supporting organizations implementing these changes in their business to accommodate the new Standard.  To aid in the implementation and management of project revenue according to the new accounting standards, new consolidated patch sets to Oracle Projects have been released.

For companies using Oracle EBS Projects Suite Release 12.1.3 and above and Release 12.2.7 and above, Oracle has issued a patch set specific to each release to support management of project revenue according to ASC 606.

Below you will find screen shots of some of the new standard functionality available with these changes, recently published by Oracle.  As you can see, Oracle Projects addresses set up, tracking and revenue recognition via the use of a new Structure for Performance Obligations.

The new processes allow for the user to enable the use of Performance Obligation, create said obligations, publish and track progress against the performance obligation and generate revenue in accordance with the new standards.

As you can see Oracle Projects provides the ability to configure your projects to meet the requirements of the new ASC 606 guideline with standard functionality.

Oracle Licensing Requirements

  • Project Costing and Billing are required for all features discussed in this paper
  • Project Planning and Control (formerly known as Project Management) must be implemented to leverage Deliverable functionality
  • Schedule of Values functions are available in Oracle Project Planning and Control release 12.2.5
  • Application of Patch sets as described in this paper to take advantage of the ability to record and track Performance Obligations

CONTRACT MODIFICATIONS

Contract modifications, commonly referred to as change orders or amendments, occur when the price or scope of a contract is changed.  Depending on the circumstances, these changes are accounted for either as a modification to an existing contract, or as a separate contract.  Proper accounting treatment for modifications differs based upon this determination.

There are three steps to determine the proper treatment for a contract modification.

Determine Whether the Change Qualifies as a Contract Modification – A contract modification is any change to an enforceable rights and obligations of the parties to the original contract.  The Standards defines this as a change in scope and/or price of the original contract.  It does not need to be written, it can also be oral or implied through customary business practices.  Once an entity determines that a change is indeed a contract modification, it determines whether to account for it as a change to the original contract or as a separate contract.

Determine Whether the Modification is a Separate Contract – To determine that a modification is a separate contract, these two criteria must be met.

  1. The scope of the contract has increased with the addition of distinct goods or services, and
  2. The price of the contract increased by an amount comparable to the entities standalone selling price of the additional goods or services. (Selling price less ordinary selling costs)

Determine the Proper Accounting Treatment for Contract Modifications – If a contract modification is considered a separate contract, no changes to the existing revenue on the original contract are required.  The new contract is recognized as the performance obligations in the new, separate contract are met.  However, if the contract modification is not considered separate, then the modification is combined with the original contract.  There are two methods defined in the Standard for proper revenue recognition of a combined contract modification.

  • Prospective Treatment

If the remaining goods/services are distinct from those of the original contract and do not meet the criteria for a separate contract, the entity treats the original contract as terminated and accounts for both the original contract and modifications together as a newly created contract (ASC 606-10-25-13).

Revenue already recognized on the original contract is not adjusted.  All remaining transactions are accounted for on a prospective basis.

  • Cumulative Catch-up Adjustment

If the remaining goods/services are not distinct, the entity combines the increase or decrease of goods or services with the original contract’s promised goods/services to create a single performance obligation that is partially completed at the date of the modification.  The entity must adjust previously recognized revenue to reflect the changes of the modification to the transaction price.

USING ORACLE PROJECTS TO MEET THE OBJECTIVES OF CONTRACT MODIFICATIONS AS DEFINED
IN ASC 606

Begin by increasing the amount of the Agreement on the project, then adding an additional funding line for the increased contract amount to the project tasks.

If the contract modification is Prospective, the Date Allocated should reflect the date from which revenue recognition will occur.

Create a Revenue Event using the new Date Allocated and run revenue generation processes.  The new revenue amount will begin as of the new date as indicated.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If the contract modification is cumulative, the Additional funding should be entered with the original Allocated Date.  When a new Revenue Event is created, use an event date that is retroactive to the original date.

 

The new revenue will “catch-up” in the currently open accounting period upon generation.

 

 

 

 

MANAGING PERFORMANCE BASED REVENUE RECOGNITION

Accounting Standards Codification (ASC) 606

-CURRENT UPDATES-

This paper provides an update to one of our previous six-part blog series “Are you Ready for the New Revenue Recognition Standards?”

It outlined the May 28, 2014 announcement that the FASB and IASB jointly issued ASC 606, Revenue from Contracts with Customers.  The intention around this change was to standardize revenue recognition practices across industries as existing practices fall short when it comes down to how value is delivered to the client based on obligations explicitly or implicitly specified in contracts.

IN THIS LATEST SERIES, WE WILL RECAP AND HIGHLIGHT THE MOST CURRENT CHANGES SINCE THE DEADLINES FOR COMPLIANCE HAS PASSED.

On May 28, 2014, FASB and IASB jointly issued ASC 606, Revenue from Contracts with Customers.  Due to inconsistencies in revenue recognition among industries, and the disconnect between U. S. GAAP and IFRS reporting, the Boards collaborated to reduce or eliminate those inconsistencies and thereby improve comparability between domestic and international best practices.  The resulting standards will therefore significantly affect the revenue recognition practices of many companies.

Depending upon the business’ current model and revenue recognition practices, this standard could have a significant impact on the amount and timing of revenue recognition, which in turn will impact key performance measures and debt covenant ratios, and may even change the way the company looks at capital investment and compensation.  The new standards are poised to change budgets, contract negotiations and current business practices.

Industry-Neutral Revenue Recognition

The core principle in the converged standard requires that an entity recognize revenue to depict the transfer of promised goods or services to a customer in an amount that reflects the consideration in exchange for those goods and services.  To accomplish this goal, a five-step process has been outlined in the new standard.  Every contract with a customer should be analyzed using these five steps to afford accurate reporting.

Step 1 – Identify the Contract with the Customer – A contract is defined as an agreement between two or more parties that creates enforceable rights and obligations.  The guidance applies to all contracts that meet specific criteria as defined within the standard.

Step 2 – Identify the Performance Obligations in the Contract – Performance obligations are promises to deliver certain goods and services to a customer.

Step 3 – Determine the Transaction Price – The transaction price is the amount an entity is expected to receive in exchange for transferring goods and services to a customer.

Step 4 – Allocate the Transaction Price – The relative standalone transaction price of each good or service being transferred to a customer, including discounts and other variable amounts of consideration.

Step 5 – Recognize Revenue as Performance Obligations are Satisfied – This step happens when the goods or services are transferred to the customer.  The customer will have taken control of the goods or services at this time.  The amount of revenue that is recognized is the amount allocated to satisfy a performance obligation.

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ASC 606:  REVENUE FROM CONTRACTS WITH CUSTOMERS

PART 1

The core principle in the converged standard requires that an entity recognize revenue to depict the transfer of promised goods or services to a customer in an amount that reflects the consideration in exchange for those goods and services.  To accomplish this goal, a five-step process has been outlined in the new standard.  Every contract with a customer should be analyzed using these five steps to afford accurate reporting.

STEP 1   IDENTIFY THE CONTRACT WITH A CUSTOMER

The new revenue guidance defines a contract as an agreement between two or more parties that creates enforceable rights and obligations.  Essentially, all parties to the contract have to approve the agreement, are committed to fulfilling their obligations, and have Identifiable rights.  The contract must have commercial substance and collectability is probable.

STEP 2   IDENTIFY THE PERFORMANCE OBLIGATIONS IN THE CONTRACT

This step requires an entity to identify all the distinct performance obligations in a contract or arrangement.  A performance obligation (commonly referred to as deliverables) is a promise to transfer goods or services to a customer.  A good or service is distinct when the customer can benefit from said good or service on its own or with resources the customer already has, and the good or service can be transferred to the customer independent of other performance obligations in the contract.  Goods and services that are not distinct should be combined with other goods or services until the whole group is distinct.

To be distinct, a good or service must meet two criteria:

  1. It must be capable of being distinct, and
  2. It must be separately identifiable.

STEP 3   DETERMINE THE TRANSACTION PRICE

The Transaction Price is the amount of consideration an entity expects to receive for the transfer of goods or services to the customer.  The amount can be fixed, variable or a combination of both.  Transaction Price is allocated to the identified performance obligations in the contract.  These amounts are what are recognized as revenue when the performance obligation is fulfilled.

STEP 4   ALLOCATE THE TRANSACTION PRICE

Allocation of the Transaction Price comes into play when a contract contains more than one performance obligation.  The seller should allocate the total amount of the selling price to each performance obligation based on its relative Standalone Selling Price (“SSP”).  The Standard permits any method of allocation of the SSP, just as-long-as that estimation is an accurate representation of what price would be charged in separate transactions.

STEP 5   DELIVER SERVICES AND RECORD OUTCOME

The last step in the new revenue recognition standard is to recognize revenue when or as the performance obligations in the contract are completed.  A performance obligation is completed when or as control of the good or service is transferred to a customer.  The Standard defines control as “the ability to direct the use of and obtain substantially all of the remaining benefits from the asset.” (ASC 606-10-20).

The Standard allows for revenue recognition based upon two methods for measuring progress, Output and Input.

Outputs are the result of inputs and processes   of a business and are goods or services finished and transferred to the customer.  The output method measures results achieved.  Surveys, appraisals, milestones reached, and units produced or delivered are all examples of output methods.  Value to the customer is the objective measure of an entity’s performance.

Examples of an output method would include the number of feet of pipe used for a specific distribution project, or the number of electrical poles used from a transmission plant, to a final destination.

The input method is a more indirect measure of satisfying a performance obligation.  Inputs are measured by determining the amount of effort put into completing the contract.  The input method is implemented by estimating the inputs required to satisfy a performance obligation, and then comparing the effort expended to date against that estimate.

Examples of input methods would be cost-to-cost, labor hours, or material quantities.

The Board decided that, at least conceptually, an output measure is the best depiction of the entity’s performance because it directly measures the value transferred to the customer.  Although the Boards did not state that the output method is the preferred method, they felt that in most cases it is the most appropriate method that is consistent with recognizing revenue as value is transferred to the customer.  A drawback to this method is that there may not always be a directly observable output to reliably measure progress.

 

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“We are honored to be in the highest level of the OPN Program. With our new designation as a Platinum Partner in the Oracle PartnerNetwork (OPN), Project Partners will continue to strengthen and build upon its 20+ year relationship with Oracle,” said Randy Egger, President/CEO, Project Partners.  Our global team has continually demonstrated deep application expertise and are working to obtain additional certified specializations across Oracle application solutions areas to better serve our project-centric customers.”

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Project Partners has a diverse team who is expert in leveraging Oracle’s ERP Cloud, E-Business Suite and Primavera solutions. We have global locations worldwide to support multi-geographical operations and have executed implementations for hundreds of clients who manage tens of thousands of projects, thousands of users, multiple languages and currencies. In addition, we have developed products and solutions to support and augment our customers’ off-the-shelf products.  Project Partners is proud to be widely recognized as The Experts in Solutions for Project-Driven Organizations™.

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


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