1 SAP APO SNP (Supply Network Planning) Sample training content and overview
2 Course Objectives At the completion of this course, you will be able to: Understand the concepts of SNP and supply chain network Identify and resolve problems in the supply chain Set-up and configure a supply chain network model Create a model that represents your supply chain network and all relevant locations, resources, and relationships Develop queries and collect information about the supply chain Detect and resolve problems in the supply chain using the Alert Monitor Set-up SNP master data and configure SNP Perform SNP runs using SNP Heuristics, the SNP Optimizer, and Capable to Match Execute a Deployment run to determine the distribution of available supply Use the Transport Load Builder to create multi-product loads
3 Supply Chain / APO Terminology ERP Enterprise Resource Planning SAP Systems, Applications and Products in Data Processing ECC ERP Central Component SCM Supply Chain Management MRP Materials Requirements Planning MPS Master Production Schedule MPP Master Production Plan APO Advanced Planner and Optimizer S&OP Sales and Operational Planning DP Demand Planning SNP Supply Network Planning CTM Capability To Match
4 Supply Chain / APO Terminology PP / DS Production Planning / Detailed Scheduling DC Distribution Center API Active Product Ingredients RM Raw Material FG Finished Goods STR Stock Transfer Requests
5 Sample Training content Unit 1 - Supply Network Planning Concepts Unit 2 - Importance of Supply Network Planning Unit 3 - SAP APO Supply Network Planning books and terminology Unit 4 - Heuristics Material Planning Unit 5 - Capacity Leveling Unit 6 - Alerts Unit 7 - Real life SNP case and client demo and discussion Unit 8 - Summary/Recap/Assessment
6 What is SNP? SNP is a SAP SCM/APO module help match a feasible replenishment plan to the demand plan Balance mid to long term and facilitate critical and/or cross plant supply situations Months 4-24 Dependent upon business requirements View extended to 36 months to support long lead-time materials Role and Functionality Integration Capacity Leveling Backward/Forward scheduling Select alternate resources and/or BOMs Manage purchase requisitions / stock transfers Fix orders Safety Stocks
7 SNP process overview Demand Planning Consolidated Demand Perform Multilevel Netting to Determine Production Requirements SNP Evaluate Rough Cut Capacity Requirements SNP Evaluate Key Materials availability S&OP Process Create constrained MPP SNP Commit Constrained MPP SNP PP/DS or Detailed Scheduling SNP What if Demand Perform what if analysis S&OP Process
8 SNP process overview Match a feasible replenishment plan to the demand plan Using the supply chain to plan the material flow Planning the medium- to long-term horizon Cross-plant planning (infinite), period-based with manual adjustments Production Locations Distribution Centers Demand Planning Results: feasible plan Forecasts
9 SNP process overview Set up Master Data and Supply Chain Model Demand Plan Released to SNP Finalize SNP Plan (publish to ECC) Event Management Perform Background SNP Planning Run Review Plan/ Resolve Problems
10 Supply Network Planning standard functionality Interactive Planning Adjustment & Reconciliation of supply plan What-if? scenarios Alerts Exception Based Management Alert Monitor Classical SNP- Functionalities Considering Limited Capacities Identifying the Source of Supply Consider Bill of Materials Planning and Optimization Tools Heuristic Capable to Match (CTM) Deployment Constraint and cost based Optimization Transport Load Building Vendor Managed Inventory Integration Feed of information from SAP R/3 Feed of data from Legacy systems Transfer of Plans to R/3 Procurement, Production, Distribution and Transport Reporting Availability of data for data warehouse solution Download planning results to.xls
11 Sample Training content Unit 1 - Supply Network Planning Concepts Unit 2 - Importance of Supply Network Planning Unit 3 - SAP APO Supply Network Planning books and terminology Unit 4 - Heuristics Material Planning Unit 5 - Capacity Leveling Unit 6 - Alerts Unit 7 - Real life SNP case and client demo and discussion Unit 8 - Summary/Recap/Assessment
12 Importance of Supply Network Planning The strength of SNP lies in selecting the source of supply as well as in determining the approximate production date SNP provide supply sites with: Cross-plant and period-based Stock Transfer Requests (STR) which will be utilized across the full planning horizon to drive near-term production planning Capacity planning/leveling to clear resource overloads by moving orders or partial order quantities into previous or subsequent periods using forward or backward scheduling
13 Sample Training content Unit 1 - Supply Network Planning Concepts Unit 2 - Importance of Supply Network Planning Unit 3 - SAP APO Supply Network Planning books and terminology Unit 4 - Heuristics Material Planning Unit 5 - Capacity Leveling Unit 6 - Alerts Unit 7 - Real life SNP case and client demo and discussion Unit 8 - Summary/Recap/Assessment
14 SNP Terminology Planning Book / Data View Determines the content and layout of the interactive planning screen in APO and is used to view transactional data. Planning Version Set of data in APO consisting of master data and transactional data. Supply Planners work in the active version. Production Horizon (Planning Time Fence) Defined period of time where no automatic changes are carried out on planned orders by the heuristic algorithm and no new planned orders can be created via APO. Typically defined as the cumulative lead time of all BOM levels and must be defined in calendar days. Supply Network Planning Book Planning book used when creating, modifying, or viewing Master Production Schedules.
15 SNP Planning book data views Example: Available Data Views in ZUS_9ASNP94: CAPACITY_PLAN Resource consumption Capacity leveling SNP_PLAN Inventory balances Production plan Heuristic Deployment Days of supply WHAT_IF Simulation planning
16 SNP Planning book - Demo 3. Double click to load product into planning book 2. Double click to load selection ID into shuffler Selector area 1. Double click to choose SNP data view
17 SNP Planning book view Plant perspective - Demo Distribution demand from DC Deployment confirmed distribution demand Dependent demand at plant Process orders Purchase orders to DCs Projected inventory Planned production line Backlog On hand inventory
18 SNP Planning book view DC perspective - Demo Forecast at DC Distribution receipt from plant Deployment confirmed distribution receipts Backlog Purchase orders Target days supply Target stock level Projected inventory On hand inventory Days of supply at DC
19 SNP Planning book view Network /Supply Chain perspective - Demo Aggregate product at all locations National quality inspection, restricted, unrestricted inventory total Expand to see inventory by status Days of supply based on unrestricted inventory National days supply based on inventory at DCs National DOS based on inventory in supply network Projected network inventory
20 SNP Planning book view - Capacity planning perspective - Demo Available hours for resource Required capacity in hours Resource load Production quantity Required capacity in hours (Used when displaying dependent objects by PPM)
21 SNP Planning book view What If simulation - Demo What if planning version Forecast can be edited Backup of forecast
22 Sample Training content Unit 1 - Supply Network Planning Concepts Unit 2 - Importance of Supply Network Planning Unit 3 - SAP APO Supply Network Planning books and terminology Unit 4 - Heuristics Material Planning Unit 5 - Capacity Leveling Unit 6 - Alerts Unit 7 - Real life SNP case and client demo and discussion Unit 8 - Summary/Recap/Assessment
23 Unit Objectives At the completion of this unit, you will be able to: Explain the function of the APO SNP heuristic algorithm. List and describe the 3 types of SNP heuristic algorithms. Execute the SNP heuristic algorithm. Use the key terms in this course.
24 Heuristic Materials Planning A heuristic is an algorithm which is activated within the SNP Planning Book that has a pre-defined set of parameters to influence the creation of an MPS planning solution. It is similar to an MRP run. The plan generated from this algorithm is not necessarily feasible (unconstrained plan). The algorithm looks at demand and does a netting calculation using current inventory levels, target days of supply, and safety stock to generate a plan. Planner must use capacity leveling to formulate a feasible plan based upon plant capacity.
25 Factors Considered in the Heuristic Run External Procurement Relationship Defines which vendor supplies which product. Lot Sizing Lot-for-lot, fixed, target range of coverage, rounding profiles, rounding values. Production Horizon Planning Time Fence. Production Process Models Bill of Material (BOM) and Routing. Quota Arrangements Percentage of demand allocation to sourcing locations. Safety Stock Quantity that should satisfy the unexpectedly high demand in the coverage period. Target Days Supply Master data that controls inventory levels. Transportation Lanes Valid movements in the supply chain that link plant to DC and DC to DC. Contain the transportation lead time.
26 Heuristic Algorithms 3 Types of Heuristic Algorithms: Location System plans the specified product at the specified location. Planned orders are only created when running this algorithm at the manufacturing site. Network System plans the specified product at all locations in the network where the product exists. The system explodes dependent demand for one BOM level. Planned orders are created for the specified product, but no other products. Multi-level System plans the specified product at all locations in the network AND all products that have dependent demand resulting from the specified products. Planned orders are created for all products with dependent demand.
27 Heuristic Algorithms Best Practices: Use the Network Heuristic to plan Finished Goods. Planned Orders for FGs will be created, deleted and modified. Dependent Demand will be placed on RM Products. Plan all FGs that use the same RM before planning the RM. Use the Location Heuristic to plan RM Products. If changes are made to the FG plan, the Location Heuristic should be re-run for the RM Product. If site is using APO without PP/DS, need to plan at every level, i.e., FG, RM, API. APO/SNP is top-down planning.
28 Heuristic Algorithms Automated heuristic run: Location heuristic automatically runs daily for the DCs. Results: Distribution demands are created at plants. Forecast changes will be reflected at the plant via the updated distribution demands. Planned Orders are not created, deleted or modified. Alerts at the plant indicate target stock level violations and backlogs.
29 Heuristic Algorithms Steps to Plan a FG 3. Double click FG at the plant location 2. Choose selection profile 1. Choose book ZUS_9ASNP94 and view SNP_PLAN
30 Heuristic Algorithms Steps to Plan a FG 6. Save the results 4. Click the Network button 5. Message indicates heuristic is complete
31 Heuristic Time Dependent Target Days of Supply Impact Distribution Receipt 21 days before forecast Time Dependent Target DOS
32 Heuristic Algorithms Steps to Plan a RM 3. Double click RM at the plant location 2. Choose Selection Profile 1. Choose book ZUS_9ASNP94 and view SNP_PLAN
33 Heuristic Algorithms Steps to Plan a RM 6. Save the Results 4. Click the Location button 5. Message indicates heuristic is complete
34 Activity 4 Exercise: Run Location Heuristics for RM Once the unconstrained demand plan has been released to Supply Network Planning, requirements can be generated for a desired location and the desired product(s) using the Heuristics planning run. Perform the following Captivate simulations: SNP_Location_RM.htm
35 Key terms review Heuristic Algorithm: Net change planning run performed in APO that can be location or network specific. Lead Time: Time to manufacture a product. Location Heuristic: Algorithm planning run that generates stock transfers, purchase requisitions and planned orders for one location DC or plant. Lot Sizing: Parameters that control the quantity of planned orders created in production planning calculations. MPS Planning Solution: Tool that enables supply planners to create a consolidated statement of production requirements for a period(s) in the future consisting of planned orders for certain quantities and specific due dates. Multi-Level Heuristic: Algorithm planning run that generates stock transfers, purchase requisitions and planned orders for one product at all locations AND all products that have dependent demand resulting from the specified product. Network Heuristic: Algorithm planning run that generates stock transfers, purchase requisitions and planned orders for one product at all locations.
36 Key terms review Planned Order: Request for a plant to trigger the production of a product in a certain quantity for a specific due date. Production Process Model (PPM): Master data in APO comprised of a Bill of Material and a Routing. Quota Arrangement: Method of splitting supply or demand requirements across locations. Safety Stock: Quantity that should satisfy the unexpectedly high demand in the coverage period. Target Stock Level: Amount of stock that should be maintained at a location. Transportation Lane: Relationship between two locations (i.e., plant and DC) that defines the transit time, mode of transportation and the products that are valid to be shipped between the locations. Unconstrained Plan: MPS schedule created by the heuristic algorithm that may not be feasible due to the lack of resource capacity.
37 Unit Recap Heuristics create an unconstrained plan that meets safety stock, target days of supply and lead time requirements. Run network heuristics to plan finished goods. The specified product is planned at all locations in the network where it exists. Run location heuristics to plan RM products. The specified product is planned at a specific location.
38 Sample Training content Unit 1 - Supply Network Planning Concepts Unit 2 - Importance of Supply Network Planning Unit 3 - SAP APO Supply Network Planning books and terminology Unit 4 - Heuristics Material Planning Unit 5 - Capacity Leveling Unit 6 - Alerts Unit 7 - Real life SNP case and client demo and discussion Unit 8 - Summary/Recap/Assessment
39 Unit Objectives At the completion of this unit, you will be able to: Create a level plan for a single resource. Concurrently create a level plan for multiple resources. Use the APO automated capacity leveling algorithm. Use the key terms in this course.
40 Key terms Capacity Leveling: The constraining of a supply plan based on the capacity available at the manufacturing site producing the material. Capacity values are based on data transferred from R/3. Capacity Plan: Result of the Master Production Schedule that indicates capacity requirements and utilization by time period.
41 Capacity Leveling Single Resource Supply Planner manually moves planned orders into time buckets. Supply Planner can immediately view the capacity consumption created by the planned order. This activity is useful when a product can only be produced on a single resource. 41
42 Capacity Leveling Single Resource 2. Display dependent objects by PPM 1. Select the Capacity Planning view, appropriate selection profile and double-click the resource to load it. When Planned Orders are changed, the capacity requirements are immediately changed
43 Capacity Leveling Multiple Resources Supply planner manually moves planned orders into time buckets. Supply planner can immediately view the capacity consumption created by the planned order on the chosen resource. This activity is useful when a product can be produced on multiple resources.
44 Capacity Leveling Multiple Resources Step 1 2. Use APOresource header to show Details(all) 1. Select the Capacity Planning view, appropriate selection profile and select the resources. Click to load. 3. Capacity plan grid expands by resource
45 Capacity Leveling Multiple Resources Step 2 1. Display dependent objects by PPM 2. Quantity view expands by resource and PPM
46 Activity 2 Exercise Capacity Leveling: Single Resource After the unconstrained plan is generated, fit the plan to capacity. Perform the following Captivate simulations: SNP_Capacity_Leveling_Manual.htm
47 Capacity Leveling Automated Algorithm APO capacity leveling algorithm automatically level loads a single resource based on user defined parameters. Algorithm attempts to move planned orders to time bucket close to where the overload is occurring. User defined parameters include: Products that can have planned orders moved. Time buckets to level. Scheduling direction. Priority rules. The algorithm is useful when creating a level plan for a resource that has many products with capacity requirements as well as many overloaded time buckets.
48 Capacity Leveling Step 1 Period Structure Settings Able to switch to different planning buckets by clicking in the Planning Book/Data View section. Override the standard settings with current settings. 1. After loading the data, click Period Structure Settings. 2. Click Current Settings, then enter Planning Start date and a TB profile ID. First time bucket displayed starts the week of the date entered in the planning start date.
49 Capacity Leveling Step 2 All or Selective Products The Supply Planner has a decision to make at this point. Does he/she want Capacity Leveling to move planned orders for certain product(s) or is he/she indifferent about which planned orders are moved? Choose Details (all) from product header Determine products creating this consumption Consumption by product
50 Capacity Leveling Step 2 All or Selective Products If Decision is to move planned orders for certain product(s), select the product(s). Use CTRL or SHIFT to select product(s) that have planned orders to move In this example, only planned orders for product APO-F E will be moved into another time bucket. If Supply Planner does not want to specify products, then do not use CTRL or SHIFT to select any products. By default, algorithm will randomly choose which planned orders to move.
51 Capacity Leveling Step 3 Choose Time Buckets Use CTRL or SHIFT to select time buckets that APO is allowed to move planned orders into In this example, only planned orders for product APO-F E will be moved into 9/16/2002 time bucket. If planned orders cannot fit into the selected time buckets, APO will not move the orders into non-selected time buckets.
53 Capacity Leveling Step 5 Select Scheduling Direction Choose the Scheduling direction from the drop down menu Backward scheduling: APO will search time buckets before the overloaded time bucket to determine if available capacity exists and if planned orders will fit into the time bucket. APO will not place planned orders inside the production horizon. Backward + forward: APO will first search time buckets before the overloaded time bucket (up to the production horizon) to determine if available capacity exists and if planned orders will fit into the time bucket. If available capacity is not found, APO will search time buckets after the overloaded time bucket. Forward scheduling: APO will search time buckets after the overloaded time bucket to determine if available capacity exists and if planned orders will fit into the time bucket.
54 Capacity Leveling Step 6 Set Maximum Load Enter the Maximum resource capacity to be used for leveling
55 Capacity Leveling Step 7 Select Settings Level fixed orders selecting this option will allow the algorithm to move fixed orders Set order fixing - selecting this option will fix the planned orders generated by the algorithm
56 Capacity Leveling Step 8 Select Order Prioritization 10 No priority: Capacity leveling does not take into account any product or order priorities. This is the recommended setting if it is most important for you to have optimal resource utilization. Specifying a priority can have a negative effect on the capacity leveling results for optimal resource utilization. 20 Order size: Capacity leveling takes into account orders according to their size. For example, you can specify that during backward scheduling, large orders are moved to the earlier periods first. 30 Product priority: Capacity leveling takes into account the orders according to the priority specified for products in the location product master. For example, you can specify that during forward scheduling, unimportant products are first moved to later periods. Select the Order prioritization from the drop down menu
57 Capacity Leveling Step 9 Select Sort Sequence Select the Sort sequence from the drop down menu This feature works in conjunction with Order prioritization. For example, an Order prioritization of 20 Order Size and a Sort Sequence of A Ascending will instruct the algorithm to move the smallest order first.
58 Capacity Leveling Step 10 Select Planning Buckets Profile Select the Planning buckets profile. Select the same profile you have active in the planning book.
60 Capacity Leveling Before and After Before Capacity Leveling Resource overload After Capacity Leveling Load is spread over time buckets and capacity is leveled
61 Activity 4 Exercise Capacity Leveling Identify a time bucket that has a resource overload. Execute forward capacity leveling for the time bucket with the resource overload. Perform the following Captivate simulations: SNP_Capacity_Leveling_Single.htm
62 Unit Recap Capacity Requirements are defined in the PPMs. Use three methods of capacity leveling: Manual leveling for a single resource. Manual leveling for multiple resources concurrently. APO automated algorithm.
63 Sample Training content Unit 1 - Supply Network Planning Concepts Unit 2 - Importance of Supply Network Planning Unit 3 - SAP APO Supply Network Planning books and terminology Unit 4 - Heuristics Material Planning Unit 5 - Capacity Leveling Unit 6 - Alerts Unit 7 - Real life SNP case and client demo and discussion Unit 8 - Summary/Recap/Assessment
64 Unit Objectives At the completion of this unit, you will be able to: Explain the types of alerts in used in Supply Network Planning. View alerts in the APO Alert Monitor. Use the key terms in this course.
65 Accessing Alerts Alert monitor allows supply planners and material schedulers to monitor the state of the MPS plan according to exceptions. There are two ways to view the alerts: From the MRP_ALERT Data View in the appropriate planning book. From the Alert Monitor transaction.
66 Types of Alerts Supply planner SNP alerts: Resource overload resource is loaded more than 100%. Backlog projected inventory is less than 0. Target stock level shortfall projected inventory is less than the target stock level (for products with safety stock). Supply planner DP alerts: DP sales pace sales are on pace to exceed forecasts. Missing proportional factor percentages to use when allocating forecasts to a DC are missing. Missing Demand Planner ID indicates when Demand Planner ID has not been assigned to product with a forecast.
67 Types of Alerts Material scheduler alerts: Daily backlog projected inventory for RM product is less than 0. Over supply projected inventory for RM product exceeds days of supply threshold set in APO product master data. Distribution planner alerts: Deployment needs to be executed - indicates when supply exists at the plant that does not have an allocation created. Unrestricted Stock < 10 Days of Supply - indicates when a DC to DC transfer may be necessary.
68 Alert Monitor 1. Select Favorite Add Favorites to your selection 2. Choose alert type 4. Select layout 3. Place check in box Right click on Alert then select Supply and Demand Planning to jump to planning book
69 Alert Monitor Alert Favorite Favorite includes an SDP Alert Profile. SDP Alert Profile: Selects type of alerts to display. Indicates planning book. Chooses data view. Chooses selection ID (filters products for which user will see alerts). Favorite is required for each combination of alert type, planning book, data view and selection ID.
70 Activity 2 Exercise Alert Monitor Use APO to view alerts in the alert monitor. Perform the following Captivate simulations: SNP_Alerts.htm
71 Unit Recap Alert messages in APO quickly direct supply planners and material schedulers to potential issues. Alert favorites are created to filter the types of alerts visible to each user.
72 Sample Training content Unit 1 - Supply Network Planning Concepts Unit 2 - Importance of Supply Network Planning Unit 3 - SAP APO Supply Network Planning books and terminology Unit 4 - Heuristics Material Planning Unit 5 - Capacity Leveling Unit 6 - Alerts Unit 7 - Real life SNP case and client demo and discussion Unit 8 - Summary/Recap/Assessment
73 Books meet the road! In-class exercises for different topics Real hands on the SAP APO system Discuss real life experience / client case studies Round table discussion / interaction /forums within the class Get prepared for SAP APO/SCM certifications Mock up interview tips, questions and preparations
74 Sample Training content Unit 1 - Supply Network Planning Concepts Unit 2 - Importance of Supply Network Planning Unit 3 - SAP APO Supply Network Planning books and terminology Unit 4 - Heuristics Material Planning Unit 5 - Capacity Leveling Unit 6 - Alerts Unit 7 - Real life SNP case and client demo and discussion Unit 8 - Summary/Recap/Assessment
75 Summary/Recap At the completion of this course, now you are able to: Understand the concepts of SNP and supply chain network Identify and resolve problems in the supply chain Set-up and configure a supply chain network model Create a model that represents your supply chain network and all relevant locations, resources, and relationships Develop queries and collect information about the supply chain Detect and resolve problems in the supply chain using the Alert Monitor Set-up SNP master data and configure SNP Perform SNP runs using SNP Heuristics, the SNP Optimizer, and Capable to Match Execute a Deployment run to determine the distribution of available supply Use the Transport Load Builder to create multi-product loads
76 Summary / Recap At the completion of this course, you are able to: Describe your roles and responsibilities in the Master Production Scheduling process using SAP APO for Supply Network Planning. Navigate and organize data in the SAP APO Planning Book. Create, change and display a Master Production Schedule using SAP APO for Supply Network Planning. Level load a plant using the Capacity Leveling functionality of SAP APO for Supply Network Planning. Create and change a planned order in SAP APO for Supply Network Planning; either manually or through Heuristics.
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KEYBOARD SHORTCUTS Instead of an SAP icon button, you can use a keyboard shortcut. A keyboard shortcut is a key or combination of keys that you can use to access icon button functions while you are working
80305A- Supply Chain Foundation Appendix for Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R2 Updated Procedures & Labs Microsoft Corporation Soheil Aghazadeh 1/1/2013 2 80305A- Supply Chain Foundation Appendix for Microsoft
John Jordan Production Variance Analysis in SAP Controlling Bonn Boston Contents at a Glance 1 Initial Planning... 23 2 Cost Estimates... 45 3 Actual Postings... 97 4 Period-End Processing... 111 5 Scrap
Chapter 9: Accounts Payable Setup CHAPTER 9: ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SETUP Objectives Introduction The objectives are: Create a payment schedule. Create terms of payment. Create a payment day. Set up a cash discount.
Venki Krishnamoorthy, Martin Murray, and Norman Reynolds SAP Transaction Codes Your Quick Reference to Transactions in SAP ERP Bonn Boston Contents Introduction... 7 1 Financial Accounting (FI)... 15 2
Chapter 4: Order Tracking CHAPTER 4: ORDER TRACKING Objectives The objectives are: Track all demand types from the planning worksheet Achieve enhanced transparency in planning for better decision making
Microsoft Dynamics GP Manufacturing Planning Functions Copyright Copyright 2007 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. Complying with all applicable copyright laws is the responsibility of the user.
Warehouse Management in Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 Technical White Paper Warehouse Management... 1 Warehouse Overview... 2 Basic or Advanced Warehousing... 3 Warehouse Setup... 4 Bin and Bin Content...
Exercise Guide Andreas Luszczak Using Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 Springer Vieweg, 2nd Edition 2012 ISBN 978-3-8348-1742-6 September 2012 VI Exercise Guide Registered and/or industrial names, trade names,
Logistics MICROSOFT BUSINESS SOLUTIONS AXAPTA Microsoft Business Solutions Axapta Logistics optimises inventory handling, enhances collaboration and reduces costs. Key Benefits: Superior control and monitoring
Exercise Guide Andreas Luszczak Using Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 Updated for Version R2 Springer Vieweg, 3 rd edition 2013 (ISBN 978-3-658-01708-8) 2 nd edition 2012 (ISBN 978-3-8348-1742-6) August 2013
Utilizing KolibriMFG Software System to Schedule and Control Shop Floor Lajos Kiss Patternium AC., www.patternium.hu, email@example.com Abstract: Manufacturing software modules are essential part of any large
Efficiency LAMAR SOFTWARE, INC. Productivity Flexibility Connect your suppliers, vendors and business partners in real-time over the Internet with LAMAR Software s proven web-enabled ERP suite. Info Net
Production Planning and Execution (PP) Case Study This case study explains an integrated production planning and execution process in detail and thus fosters a thorough understanding of each process step
1.3 ERP System Evolution Learning Objectives State the purpose of enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems List the challenges facing the industry List the development stages of the manufacturing planning
Oracle Value Chain Planning Advanced Supply Chain Planning Do you need to reduce your supply chain planning cycle times? Should you use alternate materials or resources to meet demand? Should you reallocate
JURNAL TEKNIK INDUSTRI VOL. 6, NO. 2, DESEMBER 2004: 142-147 NEW ISSUES OF ATP SYSTEMS IN A SUPPLY CHAIN (Literature Review) Tanti Octavia Industrial Technology Faculty, Industrial Engineering Departement,
Oracle Sales Offline User Guide Release 11i (11.5.9) June 2003 Part No. B10632-01 This document describes functionality to be delivered in the Oracle E-Business Suite 11.5.9 release. If you are implementing
MacPac Overview MacPac is a fully integrated MRP 2 system covering Manufacturing Distribution and Financials. It is used in most countries world-wide. It is a modular system based on the proven IBM iseries
Dynamic Safety Stock: Calculation and Integration with the planning. Applies to: ECC- 6.0. For more information, visit the Supply Chain Management homepage. Summary Dynamic Safety Stock scenario can be
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