Production Planning & Order Processing

SAP

SAP Integration
Sales & Distribution Materials Mgmt. Production Planning Financial Accounting Controlling

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Integrated Solution Client / Server Open Systems
Human Resources Industry Solutions

Fixed Assets Mgmt.

Quality Mgmt. Plant Maintenance

Project System Workflow

ABC of Enterprise systems
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An enterprise system is build around an integrated database A system, like SAP, contains tens of thousands data tables When a user create, change or view data in the system, he or she performs a transaction Data changed or created by one user can be exploited by all other users (ex. reporting, tracking, execution of orders, etc.) All transactions are traceable, transactions can be reversed never erased
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A large number of pre-programmed transactions exists in SAP Each transaction has a transaction code – one can call a transaction if one knows the transaction code The SAP menu allows to browse and find the desired transaction One can create a user menu or a list of favourites with the commonly used transactions 4 .User interface • • • • • Users interact with the enterprise system through transactions.

you must enter the selection criteria for the query (ex. Company code. product code. etc.Reports and queries • • Reports and queries are transactions that allow users to view existing data A typical query is performed as follows: • In the first page of the transaction. click on to execute the query.) • then. • the display and layout can sometimes be modified 5 . • A table containing the requested data will appear.

change sale price. release production order.)  The interface varies according to data required by the system  The system will not allow you to save information if all the required fields have not been completed  You must save/release/confirm before existing the transaction  6 .Entering new data Some transactions are designed to change or create new data (create forecast. etc.

 7 . view . Click on to open a new session  Delete .Other useful buttons Use the navigation bottoms to go back or get out of a transaction  You can open up to sessions. select all . enter . search .

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Type of master data Material master  Business partners master  Production master  Sales master  Controlling master  Financial master  Human resources master  .

Main master data : data model Routing Work center Packaging material Price list Finished product Bill of material Raw material Distribution Channel Info records Supplier Customer .

Change Prices for DC 10 and DC 12 ? 11 .

base unit of measure) however has to be related to the highest level of organization .the client . General information of a material (description. number.Material Master  Material master data can be related to all organizational levels. .

Views         Basic data Classification Sales: sales organization data Sales: general/plant data Sales text Purchasing Purchase order text Forecasting .Material Master .

4  Work scheduling  Storage  Warehouse management  Quality management  Accounting  Costing  .Views MRP 1. 3. 2.Material Master .

Bill of Materials (BOM) .

Planning process Sales data Requisitions Planning process Forecast Run MRP Material overview Planned order 16 .

Four steps 17 .

1. Forecast sales Forecast 18 .

Forecasting Page 4-4 .

2. Calculate requirements Requisitions Forecast Run MRP Planned Orders 20 .

Calculate requirements Page 4-5 .

3. Convert purchase requisitions into POs Requisitions Forecast Run MRP Convert to Purchase Order Planned Orders 22 .

Wait until the raw material is available Requisitions Forecast Run MRP Convert to Purchase Order Goods receipt Planned Orders Raw materials 23 .

Release production orders Requisitions Forecast Run MRP Convert to Purchase Order Goods receipt Planned Orders Production Orders Release Production Order Raw materials Finished products 24 .4.

Understanding production order processing and execution Production schedule Create planned order Confirm production Finished products Release production Raw materials 25 .

Once production is completed. A production order instructs the shop floor to proceed with production. A planned order can be released completed or partially into a production order. It can be erased or changed. It cannot be erased or changed Release of the production order triggers the good movement of the raw material to the shop floor. the production confirmation confirms the consumption of the raw materials and the good movement of the finished products to the warehouse. This document has no real consequence yet.Understanding production processing and execution • • • • • A planned order is a document created during the forecasting process. 26 .

Create planned orders Production schedule Create planned order Confirm production Finished products Release production Raw materials 27 .

Convert planned orders Production schedule Planned order Create planned order Confirm production Finished products Release production Raw materials 28 .

Raw materials are reserved Production schedule Create planned order Confirm production Finished products Production order Release production Raw materials 29 .

Production is confirmed Production schedule Create planned order Confirm production Finished products Release production Raw materials 30 .

Inventories are changed accordingly Production schedule Create planned order Confirm production Finished products Release production Raw materials 31 .

FinancialFinished impact Products DB CR Prod. DB CR C015 Confirm production 409 . Output DB CR Cons.Raw DB CR Raw Mat.

Production Process Goods Issue Shop Floor Order Settlement Goods Receipt .

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