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SAP Production Process:- Business Process- Requirement Gathering

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Table of Contents

  1. Business Processes……………………………………………………………………………………………. 4
  2. Production………………………………………………………………………………………………….. 4

1.1.    Discrete Production……………………………………………………………………………………. 4

1.1.1.    Production Order Creation…………………………………………………………………………. 4

1.1.1.1.    Conversion of Planned Order…………………………………………………………………… 4

1.1.1.2.    Creating/Processing Production Order……………………………………………………….. 4

1.1.1.3.    Release of Production Order……………………………………………………………………. 5

1.1.1.4.    Printout of Production Order……………………………………………………………………. 6

1.1.2.    Material Staging………………………………………………………………………………………. 6

1.1.2.1.    Processing the Pull List………………………………………………………………………….. 6

1.1.2.2.    Picking 6

1.1.2.3.    One-Step Stock Transfer…………………………………………………………………………. 7

1.1.2.4.    Two-Step Stock Transfer…………………………………………………………………………. 7

1.1.2.5.    Request WM Material Staging………………………………………………………………….. 7

1.1.2.6.    Stock Removal Processing……………………………………………………………………… 7

1.1.2.7.    Confirmation of Removal f. Storage………………………………………………………….. 8

1.1.3.    Capacity Requirements Planning…………………………………………………………………. 8

1.1.3.1.    Capacity Evaluation……………………………………………………………………………….. 8

1.1.3.2.    Capacity Dispatching and Leveling……………………………………………………………. 9

1.1.4.    Production Order Execution……………………………………………………………………….. 9

1.1.4.1.    Goods Issue Processing for Production Orders…………………………………………… 9

1.1.4.2.    Production Order Execution…………………………………………………………………….. 9

1.1.4.3.    Backorder Processing……………………………………………………………………………. 10

1.1.4.4.    Production Order Confirmation…………………………………………………………………. 10

1.1.4.5.    Processing of Goods Receipts from Production………………………………………….. 11

1.1.4.6.    Stock Placement Processing…………………………………………………………………… 11

1.1.4.7.    Confirmation of Stock Placement……………………………………………………………… 14

1.1.5.    Evaluation and Mass Processing………………………………………………………………… 14

1.1.5.1.    Mass Processing: Production Order………………………………………………………….. 14

1.1.5.2.    Evaluations: Logistics Information System………………………………………………….. 14

1.2.    Repetitive Manufacturing……………………………………………………………………………… 15

1.2.1.    Processing of Master Production Schedule…………………………………………………… 15

1.2.1.1.    Production Planning in the Planning Table…………………………………………………… 15

1.2.1.2.    Sequencing………………………………………………………………………………………….. 16

1.2.2.    Material Staging………………………………………………………………………………………. 16

1.2.2.1.    Processing the Pull List………………………………………………………………………….. 16

1.2.2.2.    Stock Removal Processing……………………………………………………………………… 16

1.2.2.3.    Confirmation of Removal f. Storage………………………………………………………….. 18

1.2.3.    Production Execution and Actual Data Creation……………………………………………… 18

1.2.3.1.    Production Execution (with Run Schedule Quantities)……………………………………. 18

1.2.3.2.    REM Backflush…………………………………………………………………………………….. 18

1.2.3.3.    Reprocessing Backflushed Items……………………………………………………………… 18

1.2.4.    Evaluations: Logistics Information System……………………………………………………. 19

1.2.4.1.    Evaluations: Logistics Information System………………………………………………….. 19

1.3.    Process Manufacturing………………………………………………………………………………… 19

1.3.1.    Process Order…………………………………………………………………………………………. 19

1.3.1.1.    Production Campaign Processing…………………………………………………………….. 19

1.3.1.2.    Planned Order Processing………………………………………………………………………. 20

1.3.1.3.    Conversion of Planned Order…………………………………………………………………… 20

1.3.1.4.    Process Order Creation and Processing…………………………………………………….. 20

1.3.1.5.    Release of Process Order……………………………………………………………………….. 22

1.3.1.6.    Process Order Print……………………………………………………………………………….. 23

1.3.2.    Capacity Requirements Planning…………………………………………………………………. 23

1.3.2.1.    Capacity Evaluation……………………………………………………………………………….. 23

1.3.2.2.    Capacity Dispatching and Leveling……………………………………………………………. 23

1.3.2.3.    Process Flow Scheduler (PFS) – Capacity Planning and Optimization……………….. 23

1.3.3.    Material Staging………………………………………………………………………………………. 23

1.3.3.1.    One-Step Stock Transfer…………………………………………………………………………. 23

1.3.3.2.    Two-Step Stock Transfer…………………………………………………………………………. 23

1.3.3.3.    Request WM Material Staging………………………………………………………………….. 24

1.3.3.4.    Stock Removal Processing……………………………………………………………………… 24

1.3.3.5.    Confirmation of Removal f. Storage………………………………………………………….. 25

1.3.4.    Process Order Execution…………………………………………………………………………… 25

1.3.4.1.    Goods Issue for Process Order………………………………………………………………… 25

1.3.4.2.    Process Order Execution………………………………………………………………………… 26

1.3.4.3.    Backorder Processing……………………………………………………………………………. 26

1.3.4.4.    Process Order Confirmation…………………………………………………………………….. 27

1.3.4.5.    GR Processing from Production……………………………………………………………….. 27

1.3.5.    Process Management……………………………………………………………………………….. 28

1.3.5.1.    Control Recipe Creation………………………………………………………………………….. 28

1.3.5.2.    Control Recipe Transfer………………………………………………………………………….. 28

1.3.5.3.    PI Sheet Processing………………………………………………………………………………. 28

1.3.5.4.    Processing Process Manufacturing Cockpit………………………………………………… 29

1.3.5.5.    Process Order Processing with Process Control System……………………………….. 29

1.3.5.6.    Create Process Message………………………………………………………………………… 30

1.3.5.7.    Process Message Processing and Transfer………………………………………………… 30

1.3.6.    Process Data Documentation / Process Order Completion……………………………….. 30

1.3.6.1.    Material Reconciliation……………………………………………………………………………. 30

1.3.6.2.    Batch Record Archiving………………………………………………………………………….. 30

1.3.6.3.    Process Order Archiving / Deletion……………………………………………………………. 30

1.3.7.    Evaluation and Mass Processing………………………………………………………………… 31

1.3.7.1.    Mass Processing: Process Order……………………………………………………………… 31

1.3.7.2.    Evaluations: Logistics Information System………………………………………………….. 31

1.4.    Production Supply with KANBAN…………………………………………………………………… 31

1.4.1.    Trigger Replenishment Through Kanban Signal……………………………………………….. 32

1.4.1.1.    Trigger Replenishment Through Kanban Signal…………………………………………….. 32

1.4.2.    Replenishment In-House Production with Production Order……………………………….. 32

1.4.2.1.    Production Order Release……………………………………………………………………….. 32

1.4.2.2.    Printout of Production Order……………………………………………………………………. 33

1.4.2.3.    Production Order Execution…………………………………………………………………….. 33

1.4.2.4.    Production Order Confirmation (no Link to Goods Receipt)…………………………….. 33

1.4.2.5.    Goods Receipt Processing (Kanban Set to FULL Automatically)……………………… 34

1.4.2.6.    Production Order Confirmation (Link to Goods Receipt)………………………………… 35

1.4.3.    Replenishment In-House Production with Run Schedule Quantities……………………… 35

1.4.3.1.    Production planning in the planning table……………………………………………………. 35

1.4.3.2.    Production Execution (With Run Schedule Quantities)……………………………………. 36

1.4.3.3.    Backflush Kanban (Automatice GR, GI, Kanban Set to FULL)………………………….. 36

1.4.3.4.    Status Change Kanban to FULL (Automatic GR, GI and Backflush)………………….. 36

1.4.4.    Replenishment In-House Production with Manual KANBAN……………………………….. 37

1.4.4.1.    Status Change Kanban to FULL (Automatic GR and GI)…………………………………. 37

1.4.4.2.    Backflush Kanban (Automatic GR and GI, Status Change Kanban)…………………… 37

1.4.4.3.    Goods Receipt Processing (Separate)……………………………………………………….. 37

1.4.5.    Replenishment External Procurement with Standard Purchase Order/Source List……. 38

1.4.5.1.    Transmission of Purchase Orders……………………………………………………………… 38

1.4.5.2.    Goods Receipt Processing (Central Delivery)………………………………………………. 39

1.4.5.3.    Status Change Kanban to FULL (Delivery to Supply Area)……………………………… 41

1.4.6.    Replenishment External Procurement with Stock Transfer Orders (Plnt to Plnt……….. 42

1.4.6.1.    Goods Issue Processing…………………………………………………………………………. 42

1.4.6.2.    Goods Receipt Processing (Receiving Plant)………………………………………………. 43

1.4.6.3.    Status Change Kanban to FULL (Automatic GR)…………………………………………… 45

1.4.7.    Replenishment External Procurement with Scheduling Agreement………………………. 45

1.4.7.1.    Transmit Scheduling Agreement Schedule Lines…………………………………………… 45

1.4.7.2.    Goods Receipt Processing (Central Delivery)………………………………………………. 45

1.4.7.3.    Status Change Kanban to FULL (Delivery to Supply Area)……………………………… 47

1.4.8.    Replenishment External Procurement with Summarized JIT Call………………………….. 48

1.4.8.1.    Status Change Kanban to FULL………………………………………………………………… 48

1.4.9.    Replenishment Stock Transfer with Reservation……………………………………………… 48

1.4.9.1.    Transfer Posting w. Reference to Reservation (Aut. Status Change Kanban)………. 48

1.4.9.2.    Status Change Kanban to FULL (Automatic Transfer Posting)…………………………. 48

1.4.10.    Replenisment Stock Transfer with Direct Transfer Posting………………………………. 49

1.4.10.1.    Status Change Kanban to FULL………………………………………………………………. 49

 


 

A.      Business Processes

1.   Production

1.1. Discrete Production

 

Questions:

 

Q:   1) Do you require tools based on individual lots and orders for processing your production plans?

 

A:

 

1.1.1.  Production Order Creation

1.1.1.1.   Conversion of Planned Order

 

Questions:

 

Q:   1) Which procurement objects do you want to be created during the conversion?

 

A:

 

Q:   2) How do you want the planned orders to be converted?

 

A:

 

Q:   3) Which criteria do you want to be taken into account during conversion (for example, MRP controller, release date, material, sales order)?

 

A:

 

1.1.1.2.   Creating/Processing Production Order

 

Questions:

 

Q:   1) Do you require different order types in order to, for example, control the automatic selection of routings in various ways, predefine costing data in various ways or specify strategies for batch determination?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   2) On creating a production order various different master data can be transferred. Which criteria do you take into consideration in the selection (for example, validity, lot size range)?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   3) Is it necessary to manually change or complete certain data from the order?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   4) To determine the production dates and capacity requirements of the operations within an order, you must schedule the order. Which types of scheduling do you want to use?

 

A:

 

Q:   5) Do you require capacity availability check during order creation?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   6) Do you require material availability check during order creation? Should this check be carried out for individual or for all components of an order?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   7) Do you have operations that are processed externally, that is to say not carried out in your own company but given to a vendor who does the work in his own workshops (e.g. with subcontracting processes or capacity bottlenecks)?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   8) Do you require collective orders in order to carry out functions simultaneously for a set of orders (for example, release, schedule, quantity chage, backflush, calculations)?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   9) Do you create and release in one step?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   10) Do you ever need to split an existing production order on which work has already started into two separate production orders?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   11) Do you want to integrate documents from the Document Management System (DMS) into the production order?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   12) Do you want to use simulation orders, for example, to see what effect changes to original data (sales order, master data) have on a production order?

 

A:

 

1.1.1.3.   Release of Production Order

 

Questions:

 

Q:   1) With which procedure do you want to release production orders?

 

A:

 

Q:   2) Do you release complete orders or single operations?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   3) Do you require material availability check during order release?

 

A:

 

Q:   4) Do you require capacity availability check during order creation?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   5) It is possible to trigger certain functions automatically after the order release (for example, creation of transport requirements, creation of inspection lots, printout of orders, creation of serial numbers). Do you want to make use of this?

 

A:

 

1.1.1.4.   Printout of Production Order

 

Questions:

 

Q:   1) Do you print production documents (e.g. operation control ticket, job ticket, pull list, confirmation slip, time ticket)?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   2) What kind of documents do you need?

 

A:

1.1.2.  Material Staging

1.1.2.1.   Processing the Pull List

 

Questions:

 

Q:   1) Are your production storage locations separate from the central warehouses?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   2) Is material consumed constantly (KANBAN replenishment) or is consumption irregular (pull list)?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   3) Which replenishment strategies will you use in the pull list?

 

A:

 

Q:   4) Will you want to print the pull list?

 

A:

 

1.1.2.2.   Picking

 

Questions:

 

Q:   1) Do you use picking lists with which you can determine and execute all withdrawals still to be executed for a production order?

 

A:

 

1.1.2.3.   One-Step Stock Transfer

 

Questions:

 

Q:   1) In the case of stock transfers, do you wish the material to be immediately available at the receiving plant?

 

A:      [  ]Yes

[  ]No

 

1.1.2.4.   Two-Step Stock Transfer

 

Questions:

 

Q:   1) Do you want to transport goods receipts to more than one physical storage facility?

 

A:

 

1.1.2.5.   Request WM Material Staging

 

Questions:

 

Q:   1) Do you wish to issue stock material for production/process orders from just one or from several storage locations?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   2) Will the material provision occur from warehouse management (control cycle records)?

 

A:

 

1.1.2.6.   Stock Removal Processing

 

Questions:

 

Q:   1) Do you maintain removal strategies (for example, storage types, storage sections, storage bins)?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   2) Will you carry out multiple removals of stock from storage at one time?

 

A:      [  ]Yes

[  ]No

 

 

Q:   3) Which of these stock removal strategies are used for internal procurement?

 

A:

 

Q:   4) Do you currently create deliveries for internal procurement of materials from plant to plant?

 

A:      [  ]Yes

[  ]No

 

 

Q:   5) Which picking strategies do you use?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   6) Upon what does the your choice of strategy depend (only in the case of several different strategies)?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   7) On which parameters does the storage bin search process depend when items are removed from storage (e.g. article, type of movement, etc.)?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   8) Do you carry out complete pallet removals and subsequent return transfers? If so, to which location is the merchandise returned?

 

 

Explanation:  Withdrawal of whole pallet = requirement to remove all stock

 

A:

 

 

Q:   9) Which documents are generated, at which times, and with which information, when stock is taken out of storage?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   10) Do you confirm the stock removal?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   11) Will you maintain picking strategies?

 

A:

 

1.1.2.7.   Confirmation of Removal f. Storage

 

Questions:

 

Q:   1) Do you want to confirm the quantities involved in when stock is placed into or taken out of storage manually or automatically?

 

A:

 

1.1.3.  Capacity Requirements Planning

1.1.3.1.   Capacity Evaluation

 

Questions:

 

Q:   1) Which order type do you want to use for capacity evaluation?

 

A:

1.1.3.2.   Capacity Dispatching and Leveling

 

Questions:

 

Q:   1) Do you want to assign available capacities to order operations?

 

A:      [  ]Yes

[  ]No

 

 

Q:   2) Which type of planning table do you want to use?

 

A:

 

Q:   3) Which planning strategies will you use for Sequencing?

 

A:

1.1.4.  Production Order Execution

1.1.4.1.   Goods Issue Processing for Production Orders

 

Questions:

 

Q:   1) Do you want to enter the withdrawal of material components for your order manually or post it automatically on the order confirmation (backflush)?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   2) It is possible to withdraw to an order those materials which are not listed as components in the order. Are such unplanned withdrawals possible?

 

A:      [  ]Yes

[  ]No

 

 

Q:   3) Can planned goods issue quantities differ from the actual quantities? What then happens with the material reservation?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   4) Are there any components in your company that require batch handling?  Is batch determination used?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   5) Which mechanism is used to activate a goods issue (for example, a pull list)?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   6) When is the withdrawal posted to an order?

 

A:

 

1.1.4.2.   Production Order Execution

 

Questions:

 

Q:   1) What are the organizational aspects when executing production (responsibilities, scope of work, starting and finishing points)?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   2) Are there any restrictions in the order execution process?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   3) When and how are operations/orders confirmed?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   4) When are goods issues and goods receipts processed?

 

A:

 

1.1.4.3.   Backorder Processing

 

Questions:

 

Q:   1) Do you process backorders (orders which can’t be shipped when they’re requested)?

 

A:      [  ]Yes

[  ]No

 

 

Q:   2) How do you resolve missing parts situations?

 

A:

 

Q:   3) Do backorders receive priority over normal deliveries (sales)?

 

A:      [  ]Yes

[  ]No

 

1.1.4.4.   Production Order Confirmation

 

Questions:

 

Q:   1) There are various ways of entering backflushes in an order. Which do you want to use?

 

A:

 

Q:   2) Which data must be confirmed (quantities, dates, personnel data, scrap, etc)?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   3) Should material withdrawals for a production order be automatically posted during confirmation (backflushing)?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   4) Should goods issue be posted automatically to the storage location while backflushing an operation?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   5) Do you use plant data collection (PDC)?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   6) Should the backflush be entered using a barcode scanner?

 

A:

 

1.1.4.5.   Processing of Goods Receipts from Production

 

Questions:

 

Q:   1) What requirements do you have with regard to the quantity of goods received?

 

A:

 

Q:   2) Do you tolerate variances vis à vis the planned quantity of a goods receipt?

 

A:

 

Q:   3) Is the “delivery completed” indicator to be set automatically?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   4) Do you want to initially post inward movements into the warehouse/stores to “stock in quality inspection”?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   5) Which mechanism do you use to trigger a goods receipt?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   6) When do you post the goods receipt in the case of an order?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   7) Are batches to be created at the time of a goods receipt?

 

A:

 

Q:   8) Are serial numbers to be created in the case of a goods receipt?

 

A:

 

1.1.4.6.   Stock Placement Processing

 

Questions:

 

Q:   1) Are pallets managed in the system with a unique number?

 

A:      [  ]Yes

[  ]No

 

 

Q:   2) Are materials posted to quality inspection after goods receipt, or are they in unrestricted-use stock?

 

A:

 

Q:   3) Can goods be issued directly from the goods receipt area?

 

A:      [  ]Yes

[  ]No

 

 

Q:   4) Do you post your materials to “blocked stock”?

 

A:      [  ]Yes

[  ]No

 

 

Q:   5) Do you post your materials to return delivery stock?

 

A:      [  ]Yes

[  ]No

 

 

Q:   6) Describe the individual steps from external goods receipt to final placement in storage (putaway).

 

A:

 

 

Q:   7) Do you have capacity limits for your storage bins, for example, weight, volume…?

 

 

Explanation:  Index for storage bin structure Index for storage bin structure

 

A:      [  ]Yes

[  ]No

 

 

Q:   8) Is a transfer requirement to be generated automatically at the time of a goods receipt with reference?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   9) For which goods movements are transfer orders to be created automatically?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   10) What kind of form (printout) do you need for stock putaways (GR slip, transfer order form, sticker, etc.)?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   11) Is procured material pending inspection posted to stock or does it remain in the goods receipt storage area? What happens with the samples: – Keep in GR area – post to stock – move to inspection area?

 

 

Explanation:  Will procured material pending inspection be placed into permanent storage or remain in the goods receipt storage area? What happens with the sample: – Keep in GR area – place into warehouse – move to inspection area?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   12) Which parameters determine your putaway strategies?

 

 

Explanation:  Storage type search

 

A:

 

 

Q:   13) Do you print the stock placement (putaway) document when the transfer order is created?

 

A:      [  ]Yes

[  ]No

 

 

Q:   14) Are transfer orders confirmed manually or automatically?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   15) Please list the storage types that will have placement confirmation.

 

A:

 

 

Q:   16) Does your legacy system automatically determine the storage bin in which to place the materials? Is this done manually?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   17) Who is notified of a stock putaway? How is this person notified?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   18) Will you maintain placement strategies (for example, storage types, storage sections, storage bins) for your stock materials?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   19) How many storage bins do you have per storage type?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   20) How many stock putaways (items) do you have per day?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   21) Do you receive consignment stock from vendors?

 

A:      [  ]Yes

[  ]No

 

 

Q:   22) Do you receive articles that have batch or serial numbers from vendors?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   23) Do you create a pre-allocation of your materials within warehouse management?

 

A:      [  ]Yes

[  ]No

 

 

Q:   24) Do you group together your pick list for multiple processing for a particular shipping point, route, pick date, stock placement, stock removal?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   25) Do you receive materials with batch or serial numbers from vendors?

 

A:

 

1.1.4.7.   Confirmation of Stock Placement

 

Questions:

 

Q:   1) Do you want to confirm the quantities involved in when stock is placed into or taken out of storage manually or automatically?

 

A:

 

1.1.5.  Evaluation and Mass Processing

1.1.5.1.   Mass Processing: Production Order

 

Questions:

 

Q:   1) Do you want to use mass processing to execute certain production order functions?

 

A:

 

1.1.5.2.   Evaluations: Logistics Information System

 

Questions:

 

Q:   1) Which analysis system is defined in your company?

 

A:

 

Q:   2) Please describe in detail the different analyses/reports that you will use.

 

 

Explanation:  For each report, specify the receiver of the report, the reporting frequency and content of the report. The content should describe the key figures of the report and state the different levels, at which these key figures are aggregated.

 

A:

 

 

1.2. Repetitive Manufacturing

 

Questions:

 

Q:   1) Do you require period and quantity-based tools for processing your production plans?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   2) Do you produce the same product or a similar product over a longer period?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   3) Do your products always flow through the machines and work centers in the same sequence?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   4) Do you use Repetitive Manufacturing as a make-to-stock tool, that is, with no direct reference to the sales order?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   5) Do you use Repetitive Manufacturing as an order-oriented production tool based on sales orders (valuated or unvaluated stock)?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   6) Do you use repetitive manufacturing as production lot oriented production?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   7) Will you require reporting points?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   8) Will you want to post activities?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   9) Which form of scheduling will you require?

 

A:

1.2.1.  Processing of Master Production Schedule

1.2.1.1.   Production Planning in the Planning Table

 

Questions:

 

Q:   1) Which type of scheduling do you want to use?

 

A:

 

Q:   2) Which combination of the planning tools will you use?

 

A:

 

Q:   3) How will you create run schedule quantities?

 

A:

 

Q:   4) How will you assign the production version to the production line?

 

A:

 

Q:   5) Are your products produced on several production lines? In the planning table, will you want to monitor the capacity load over several production lines?

 

A:

 

1.2.1.2.   Sequencing

 

Questions:

 

Q:   1) Which process will you use for Sequencing?

 

A:

1.2.2.  Material Staging

1.2.2.1.   Processing the Pull List

 

Questions:

 

Q:   1) Are your production storage locations separate from the central warehouses?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   2) Is material consumed constantly (KANBAN replenishment) or is consumption irregular (pull list)?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   3) Which replenishment strategies will you use in the pull list?

 

A:

 

Q:   4) Will you want to print the pull list?

 

A:

 

1.2.2.2.   Stock Removal Processing

 

Questions:

 

Q:   1) Do you maintain removal strategies (for example, storage types, storage sections, storage bins)?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   2) Will you carry out multiple removals of stock from storage at one time?

 

A:      [  ]Yes

[  ]No

 

 

Q:   3) Which of these stock removal strategies are used for internal procurement?

 

A:

 

Q:   4) Do you currently create deliveries for internal procurement of materials from plant to plant?

 

A:      [  ]Yes

[  ]No

 

 

Q:   5) Which picking strategies do you use?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   6) Upon what does the your choice of strategy depend (only in the case of several different strategies)?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   7) On which parameters does the storage bin search process depend when items are removed from storage (e.g. article, type of movement, etc.)?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   8) Do you carry out complete pallet removals and subsequent return transfers? If so, to which location is the merchandise returned?

 

 

Explanation:  Withdrawal of whole pallet = requirement to remove all stock

 

A:

 

 

Q:   9) Which documents are generated, at which times, and with which information, when stock is taken out of storage?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   10) Do you confirm the stock removal?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   11) Will you maintain picking strategies?

 

A:

 

1.2.2.3.   Confirmation of Removal f. Storage

 

Questions:

 

Q:   1) How are the picking results confirmed?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   2) Do you want to confirm the quantities involved in when stock is placed into or taken out of storage manually or automatically?

 

A:

 

1.2.3.  Production Execution and Actual Data Creation

1.2.3.1.   Production Execution (with Run Schedule Quantities)

 

Questions:

 

Q:   1) Describe the organizational aspects of production, explain responsibilities, work scope, start and end points.

 

A:

 

 

Q:   2) What are you going to do with the backlog?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   3) Do you want to print the run schedule quantities?

 

A:

 

1.2.3.2.   REM Backflush

 

Questions:

 

Q:   1) Do you want to confirm at the end of the production process (assembly confirmation) ?

 

A:      [  ]Yes

[  ]No

 

 

Q:   2) Do you want to separate the backflush process, that is, split the backflush into performance critical and performance uncritical processes (separated backflush)?

 

A:

 

1.2.3.3.   Reprocessing Backflushed Items

 

Questions:

 

Q:   1) How will you handle the reprocessing of backflushed items (negative stocks or reprocessing records)?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   2) Do you want to create individual reprocessing records or cumulated reprocessing records?

 

A:

 

1.2.4.  Evaluations: Logistics Information System

1.2.4.1.   Evaluations: Logistics Information System

 

Questions:

 

Q:   1) Which analysis system is defined in your company?

 

A:

 

Q:   2) Please describe in detail the different analyses/reports that you will use.

 

 

Explanation:  For each report, specify the receiver of the report, the reporting frequency and content of the report. The content should describe the key figures of the report and state the different levels, at which these key figures are aggregated.

 

A:

 

1.3. Process Manufacturing

 

Questions:

 

Q:   1) Do you require a receipt- or a batch-managed production process?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   2) Do you have products that must meet high quality requirements and comply with legal requirements (FDA, GMP) (Regulated Production)?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   3) Are your products manufactured in a discontinuous process?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   4) Are your products manufactured in a continuous process over a certain period of time?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   5) Do you need a process for filling or packaging your bulk material?

 

A:

 

1.3.1.  Process Order

1.3.1.1.   Production Campaign Processing

 

Questions:

 

Q:   1) Do you require production campaigns in order to carry out more efficient setup and clean-out processes and to settle fixed costs to the orders more precisely?

 

A:

 

1.3.1.2.   Planned Order Processing

 

Questions:

 

Q:   1) Are there any specific reasons to change planned orders manually?

 

A:

 

1.3.1.3.   Conversion of Planned Order

 

Questions:

 

Q:   1) Which procurement objects do you want to be created during the conversion?

 

A:

 

Q:   2) How do you want the planned orders to be converted?

 

A:

 

Q:   3) Which criteria do you want to be taken into account during conversion (for example, MRP controller, release date, material, sales order)?

 

A:

 

1.3.1.4.   Process Order Creation and Processing

 

Questions:

 

Q:   1) How many process orders will you have per period (day, week, month)?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   2) How long will be the typical lead times for process orders?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   3) Which criteria will be taken into account during the selection of master data (production version)?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   4) Which recipes are used (approved recipes or non-approved recipes)?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   5) Do you have multiple outputs during one manufacturing process ? Are the materials that are produced in addition (co-products or by-products) cost-relevant?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   6) Do you require different order types?                                                                                                                                                                                                                         p

 

 

Explanation:  Different order types are required to, for example: – Control the automatic selection of the master recipe in different ways – Preassign data for costing in different ways – Specify different strategies for batch determination – Make sure that only approved recipes are used in production – Control the process data documentation

 

A:

 

 

Q:   7) Will a material availability check be required as part of order creation?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   8) Do you require capacity availability check during order creation?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   9) Which scheduling type will be used?

 

A:

 

Q:   10) Will individual operations of an order be processed externally?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   11) Will the batch number for the material to be produced be assigned during order creation (automatically or manually)? Do you want the batch to be classified during automatic assignment?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   12) Will you require a manually triggered batch determination for the components?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   13) Do you want the creation and release of the order to take place in one step?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   14) Which order data will you manually change or add?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   15) Is it necessary to change approved recipes during order processing? Describe the approval procedure.

 

A:

 

 

Q:   16) Will you need special user statuses dependent on the order type?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   17) Will you require material calculation?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   18) Will you need a resource selection?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   19) Do you want the release of an order to only be possible after successful resource selection?

 

A:

 

1.3.1.5.   Release of Process Order

 

Questions:

 

Q:   1) Will you release process orders individually or collectively?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   2) Will you release the complete order or a single operation?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   3) Do you require material availability check during order release?

 

A:

 

Q:   4) Will you require capacity availability checking for order release?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   5) Do you want the batch number to be assigned for the material to be produced during order release (automatically)? Do you want the batch to be classified during automatic assignment?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   6) Will you need an automatic batch determination for the components?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   7) Which functions should be automatically triggered after order release (e.g. creation of transport requirements, creation of inspection lots, printout of orders)?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   8) Should control recipes be created with the order release?

 

A:

 

1.3.1.6.   Process Order Print

 

Questions:

 

Q:   1) Which shop floor papers do you need?

 

A:

1.3.2.  Capacity Requirements Planning

1.3.2.1.   Capacity Evaluation

 

Questions:

 

Q:   1) Which order type do you want to use for capacity evaluation?

 

A:

1.3.2.2.   Capacity Dispatching and Leveling

 

Questions:

 

Q:   1) Do you want to assign available capacities to order operations?

 

A:      [  ]Yes

[  ]No

 

 

Q:   2) Which type of planning table do you want to use?

 

A:

 

Q:   3) Which planning strategies will you use for Sequencing?

 

A:

1.3.2.3.   Process Flow Scheduler (PFS) – Capacity Planning and Optimization

 

Questions:

 

Q:   1) Do you use the process Flow Scheduler (PFS)?

 

A:

 

1.3.3.  Material Staging

1.3.3.1.   One-Step Stock Transfer

 

Questions:

 

Q:   1) In the case of stock transfers, do you wish the material to be immediately available at the receiving plant?

 

A:      [  ]Yes

[  ]No

 

1.3.3.2.   Two-Step Stock Transfer

 

Questions:

 

Q:   1) Do you want to transport goods receipts to more than one physical storage facility?

 

A:

 

1.3.3.3.   Request WM Material Staging

 

Questions:

 

Q:   1) Do you wish to issue stock material for production/process orders from just one or from several storage locations?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   2) Will the material provision occur from warehouse management (control cycle records)?

 

A:

 

1.3.3.4.   Stock Removal Processing

 

Questions:

 

Q:   1) Do you maintain removal strategies (for example, storage types, storage sections, storage bins)?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   2) Will you carry out multiple removals of stock from storage at one time?

 

A:      [  ]Yes

[  ]No

 

 

Q:   3) Which of these stock removal strategies are used for internal procurement?

 

A:

 

Q:   4) Do you currently create deliveries for internal procurement of materials from plant to plant?

 

A:      [  ]Yes

[  ]No

 

 

Q:   5) Which picking strategies do you use?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   6) Upon what does the your choice of strategy depend (only in the case of several different strategies)?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   7) On which parameters does the storage bin search process depend when items are removed from storage (e.g. article, type of movement, etc.)?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   8) Do you carry out complete pallet removals and subsequent return transfers? If so, to which location is the merchandise returned?

 

 

Explanation:  Withdrawal of whole pallet = requirement to remove all stock

 

A:

 

 

Q:   9) Which documents are generated, at which times, and with which information, when stock is taken out of storage?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   10) Do you confirm the stock removal?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   11) Will you maintain picking strategies?

 

A:

 

1.3.3.5.   Confirmation of Removal f. Storage

 

Questions:

 

Q:   1) Do you want to confirm the quantities involved in when stock is placed into or taken out of storage manually or automatically?

 

A:

 

1.3.4.  Process Order Execution

1.3.4.1.   Goods Issue for Process Order

 

Questions:

 

Q:   1) Do you want the goods issue to be processed using  the PI sheet or with the goods issue transaction?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   2) Do you want goods issue to take place manually or automatically (backflush)?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   3) Are there any unplanned goods issues?

 

A:      [  ]Yes

[  ]No

 

 

Q:   4) Can the planned goods issue quantities be different from the actual quantities? What will then happen to the material reservation?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   5) Will you use components that are batch managed? Will batch determination be used?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   6) Are there any components for which batch determination can take place automatically?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   7) Are there any components for which batch determination must be carried out manually?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   8) Which mechanism will be used to trigger a goods issue (for example, pull list)?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   9) When will the goods issue be posted to an order?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   10) Which process will be used to determine the current consumption dates?

 

A:

 

1.3.4.2.   Process Order Execution

 

Questions:

 

Q:   1) What are the organizational aspects when executing production (responsibilities, scope of work, starting and finishing points)?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   2) When are goods issues and goods receipts processed?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   3) When and how are operations/orders confirmed?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   4) Are there any restrictions in the order execution process?

 

A:

 

1.3.4.3.   Backorder Processing

 

Questions:

 

Q:   1) Do you process backorders (orders which can’t be shipped when they’re requested)?

 

A:      [  ]Yes

[  ]No

 

 

Q:   2) How do you resolve missing parts situations?

 

A:

 

Q:   3) Do backorders receive priority over normal deliveries (sales)?

 

A:      [  ]Yes

[  ]No

 

1.3.4.4.   Process Order Confirmation

 

Questions:

 

Q:   1) Do you want the confirmation to be carried out using the PI sheet or the backflush transaction?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   2) Which data do you have to confirm (quantities, dates, scrap, etc.)?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   3) How do you want the backflush to be entered?

 

A:

 

Q:   4) Will you need a milestone confirmation?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   5) Do you want a withdrawal for components to be posted during the confirmation (backflush)?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   6) Will you use a plant data collection (PDC)?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   7) Do you want the confirmation be entered using a bar code scanner?

 

A:

 

1.3.4.5.   GR Processing from Production

 

Questions:

 

Q:   1) What requirements do you have with regard to the quantity of goods received?

 

A:

 

Q:   2) Do you tolerate variances vis à vis the planned quantity of a goods receipt?

 

A:

 

Q:   3) Is the “delivery completed” indicator to be set automatically?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   4) Do you want to initially post inward movements into the warehouse/stores to “stock in quality inspection”?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   5) Which mechanism do you use to trigger a goods receipt?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   6) When do you post the goods receipt in the case of an order?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   7) Are batches to be created at the time of a goods receipt?

 

A:

1.3.5.  Process Management

1.3.5.1.   Control Recipe Creation

 

Questions:

 

Q:   1) Should control recipes be created with the order release?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   2) Where will the control recipes be sent?

 

A:

 

Q:   3) What will the security requirements be for signatures?

 

A:

1.3.5.2.   Control Recipe Transfer

 

Questions:

 

Q:   1) How will your control recipes be sent?

 

A:

1.3.5.3.   PI Sheet Processing

 

Questions:

 

Q:   1) Which data do you want to display in the PI sheet (for example, control information, notes with additional information, references to documents, component information)?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   2) Which data do you want to be entered in the PI sheet?

 

A:

 

Q:   3) Do you want calculations to be carried out in the PI sheet?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   4) Will you calculate the yield of your production process?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   5) How shall deviations from the planned values be treated (tolerances, follow-on actions, etc.)?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   6) should batch determination be carried out in the PI sheet?

 

A:

 

1.3.5.4.   Processing Process Manufacturing Cockpit

 

Questions:

 

Q:   1) Do you also want to use order-independent cockpits beside PI sheets?

 

 

Explanation:  You can use cockpits to make available information and function calls that you need over and over again at a central position.

 

A:

 

1.3.5.5.   Process Order Processing with Process Control System

 

Questions:

 

Q:   1) Which functions are fulfilled by your distributed control system  ?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   2) Do you have a certified interface between the distributed control system and the SAP System?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   3) Which data will be transferred between the SAP System and distributed control system?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   4) Which information will the process control system collect and perhaps filter?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   5) Which data will the distributed control system return?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   6) Do you want this data to go into the process data documentation?

 

A:

 

1.3.5.6.   Create Process Message

 

Questions:

 

Q:   1) Will process messages ever have to be created manually (for example, during malfunctions, etc.)?

 

A:

 

1.3.5.7.   Process Message Processing and Transfer

 

Questions:

 

Q:   1) How do you want deviations or unplanned events to be reported? Where shall this information be sent (for example, message to mail user)?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   2) How will the sending of the process message be triggered?

 

A:

 

Q:   3) Which possible destination types are there?

 

A:

1.3.6.  Process Data Documentation / Process Order Completion

1.3.6.1.   Material Reconciliation

 

Questions:

 

Q:   1) Do you want to analyze and verify the quantity of ingredients used at the end of the production process by comparing the material quantity that really entered the production process with the planned material quantity?

 

A:

 

1.3.6.2.   Batch Record Archiving

 

Questions:

 

Q:   1) Will customer-specific documents be attached to the batch record?

 

A:

 

1.3.6.3.   Process Order Archiving / Deletion

 

Questions:

 

Q:   1) Describe your specific archiving requirements.

 

A:

 

1.3.7.  Evaluation and Mass Processing

1.3.7.1.   Mass Processing: Process Order

 

Questions:

 

Q:   1) Do you want to execute specific process order functions in mass processing?

 

A:

1.3.7.2.   Evaluations: Logistics Information System

 

Questions:

 

Q:   1) Which analysis system is defined in your company?

 

A:

 

Q:   2) Please describe in detail the different analyses/reports that you will use.

 

 

Explanation:  For each report, specify the receiver of the report, the reporting frequency and content of the report. The content should describe the key figures of the report and state the different levels, at which these key figures are aggregated.

 

A:

 

1.4. Production Supply with KANBAN

 

Questions:

 

Q:   1) Which type of KANBAN do you use?

 

A:

 

Q:   2) Do you have fixed control cycles, in which both the number of containers as well as the container quantity are set and one procurement element is created for each emptied container (classic KANBAN)?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   3) Do you want to use KANBAN integrated with material requirements planning?  Are the materials to be planned in the  planning run and corresponding procurement proposals created, which provide a preview for the next consumption?  Replenishment is, however,

 

 

Explanation:  Do you want to use KANBAN integrated with material requirements planning?  Are the materials to be planned in the  planning run and corresponding procurement proposals created, which provide a preview for the next consumption?  Replenishment is, however, only triggered by the kanban signal. (Classic KANBAN with MRP)

 

A:

 

 

Q:   4) Do you want the quantities withdrawn to be entered directly into the system (manually or plant data collection) and do you want the system to automatically set the kanban to EMPTY when the kanban quantity is reached (KANBAN with quantity signal)?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   5) Do you want kanbans to be generated only on concrete material requirements and then deleted again after    replenishment (event-driven KANBAN)?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   6) Do you want to reproduce a “One-card KANBAN”, with two containers in a control cycle?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   7) Would you like to use KANBAN cross-plant (possible for the replenishment strategy stock transfer with stock transfer reservation and in-house production with production orders)?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   8) Do you want to use the automatic kanban calculation to ensure optimal settings, regular checks and adjustments to the control variables (number of kanbans and material quantity per kanban)?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   9) Do you want to deliver a kanban directly to your customer via an SD scheduling agreement?

 

A:

 

1.4.1.  Trigger Replenishment Through Kanban Signal

1.4.1.1.   Trigger Replenishment Through Kanban Signal

 

Questions:

 

Q:   1) In which way would you like to change the kanban status?

 

A:

 

Q:   2) As well as EMPTY and FULL, do you need further statuses such as WAIT, IN PROCESS, IN TRANSIT and IN USE?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   3) In which way would you like to print the kanban card?

 

A:

1.4.2.  Replenishment In-House Production with Production Order

1.4.2.1.   Production Order Release

 

Questions:

 

Q:   1) With which procedure do you want to release production orders?

 

A:

 

Q:   2) Do you release complete orders or single operations?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   3) Do you require material availability check during order release?

 

A:

 

Q:   4) Do you require capacity availability check during order creation?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   5) It is possible to trigger certain functions automatically after the order release (for example, creation of transport requirements, creation of inspection lots, printout of orders, creation of serial numbers). Do you want to make use of this?

 

A:

 

1.4.2.2.   Printout of Production Order

 

Questions:

 

Q:   1) Do you print production documents (e.g. operation control ticket, job ticket, pull list, confirmation slip, time ticket)?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   2) What kind of documents do you need?

 

A:

1.4.2.3.   Production Order Execution

 

Questions:

 

Q:   1) What are the organizational aspects when executing production (responsibilities, scope of work, starting and finishing points)?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   2) Are there any restrictions in the order execution process?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   3) When and how are operations/orders confirmed?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   4) When are goods issues and goods receipts processed?

 

A:

 

1.4.2.4.   Production Order Confirmation (no Link to Goods Receipt)

 

Questions:

 

Q:   1) There are various ways of entering backflushes in an order. Which do you want to use?

 

A:

 

Q:   2) Which data must be confirmed (quantities, dates, personnel data, scrap, etc)?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   3) Should material withdrawals for a production order be automatically posted during confirmation (backflushing)?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   4) Should goods issue be posted automatically to the storage location while backflushing an operation?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   5) Do you use plant data collection (PDC)?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   6) Should the backflush be entered using a barcode scanner?

 

A:

 

1.4.2.5.   Goods Receipt Processing (Kanban Set to FULL Automatically)

 

Questions:

 

Q:   1) What requirements do you have with regard to the quantity of goods received?

 

A:

 

Q:   2) Do you tolerate variances vis à vis the planned quantity of a goods receipt?

 

A:

 

Q:   3) Is the “delivery completed” indicator to be set automatically?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   4) Do you want to initially post inward movements into the warehouse/stores to “stock in quality inspection”?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   5) Which mechanism do you use to trigger a goods receipt?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   6) When do you post the goods receipt in the case of an order?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   7) Are batches to be created at the time of a goods receipt?

 

A:

 

Q:   8) Are serial numbers to be created in the case of a goods receipt?

 

A:

 

1.4.2.6.   Production Order Confirmation (Link to Goods Receipt)

 

Questions:

 

Q:   1) There are various ways of entering backflushes in an order. Which do you want to use?

 

A:

 

Q:   2) Which data must be confirmed (quantities, dates, personnel data, scrap, etc)?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   3) Should material withdrawals for a production order be automatically posted during confirmation (backflushing)?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   4) Should goods issue be posted automatically to the storage location while backflushing an operation?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   5) Do you use plant data collection (PDC)?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   6) Should the backflush be entered using a barcode scanner?

 

A:

 

1.4.3.  Replenishment In-House Production with Run Schedule Quantities

1.4.3.1.   Production planning in the planning table

 

Questions:

 

Q:   1) Which type of scheduling do you want to use?

 

A:

 

Q:   2) Which combination of the planning tools will you use?

 

A:

 

Q:   3) How will you create run schedule quantities?

 

A:

 

Q:   4) How will you assign the production version to the production line?

 

A:

 

Q:   5) Are your products produced on several production lines? In the planning table, will you want to monitor the capacity load over several production lines?

 

A:

 

1.4.3.2.   Production Execution (With Run Schedule Quantities)

 

Questions:

 

Q:   1) Describe the organizational aspects of production, explain responsibilities, work scope, start and end points.

 

A:

 

 

Q:   2) What are you going to do with the backlog?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   3) Do you want to print the run schedule quantities?

 

A:

 

1.4.3.3.   Backflush Kanban (Automatice GR, GI, Kanban Set to FULL)

 

Questions:

 

Q:   1) How do you deal with scrap?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   2) How do you deal with returning excess components?

 

A:

 

1.4.3.4.   Status Change Kanban to FULL (Automatic GR, GI and Backflush)

 

Questions:

 

Q:   1) In which way would you like to change the kanban status?

 

A:

 

Q:   2) As well as EMPTY and FULL, do you need further statuses such as WAIT, IN PROCESS, IN TRANSIT and IN USE?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   3) In which way would you like to print the kanban card?

 

A:

1.4.4.  Replenishment In-House Production with Manual KANBAN

1.4.4.1.   Status Change Kanban to FULL (Automatic GR and GI)

 

Questions:

 

Q:   1) In which way would you like to change the kanban status?

 

A:

 

Q:   2) As well as EMPTY and FULL, do you need further statuses such as WAIT, IN PROCESS, IN TRANSIT and IN USE?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   3) In which way would you like to print the kanban card?

 

A:

1.4.4.2.   Backflush Kanban (Automatic GR and GI, Status Change Kanban)

 

Questions:

 

Q:   1) How do you deal with scrap?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   2) How do you deal with returning excess components?

 

A:

 

1.4.4.3.   Goods Receipt Processing (Separate)

 

Questions:

 

Q:   1) What requirements do you have with regard to the quantity of goods received?

 

A:

 

Q:   2) Do you tolerate variances vis à vis the planned quantity of a goods receipt?

 

A:

 

Q:   3) Is the “delivery completed” indicator to be set automatically?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   4) Do you want to initially post inward movements into the warehouse/stores to “stock in quality inspection”?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   5) Which mechanism do you use to trigger a goods receipt?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   6) When do you post the goods receipt in the case of an order?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   7) Are batches to be created at the time of a goods receipt?

 

A:

 

Q:   8) Are serial numbers to be created in the case of a goods receipt?

 

A:

 

1.4.5.  Replenishment External Procurement with Standard Purchase Order/Source List

1.4.5.1.   Transmission of Purchase Orders

 

Questions:

 

Q:   1) How do your vendors transmit shipping notifications?

 

A:

 

Q:   2) What information does the shipping notification contain?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   3) How are your RFQs and rejection letters to your vendors to be transmitted?

 

A:

 

Q:   4) How long after ordering and before the time of delivery should a shipping notification have been received?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   5) Are there differences per vendor and/or site? If so, which?

 

 

Explanation:  Customizing and master data message determination Customizing and master data message determination

 

A:

 

 

Q:   6) How will you transmit your purchasing documents to your vendors?

 

 

Explanation:  If you are using EDI, note also the EDI process in the reference structure.

 

A:

 

Q:   7) Do you wish to adopt vendors’ own nomenclature for characteristics (color codes, etc.) on your order form?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   8) Are purchase orders automatically created from GRs be transmitted to the vendor?

 

 

Explanation:  In the standard system no message records are generated for purchase orders that are generated automatically from a goods receipt! However, this may be desired, especially for returns.

 

A:      [  ]Yes

[  ]No

 

 

Q:   9) How are purchase orders to be transmitted?

 

A:

1.4.5.2.   Goods Receipt Processing (Central Delivery)

 

Questions:

 

Q:   1) Describe the process for receiving goods with reference to a purchase order.

 

 

Explanation:  General introduction to the subject General introduction to the subject

 

A:

 

 

Q:   2) Name the storage locations to which vendors deliver the goods.

 

A:

 

 

Q:   3) To which stock do you post materials at the time of their receipt?

 

A:

 

Q:   4) Will you post goods you receive to stock in quality inspection?                                                                                                   the goods wherever they should go as a result of the usage decision?

 

A:      [  ]Yes

[  ]No

 

 

Q:   5) Which goods receipt inspections (which may be triggered by the system) and which inspection results (e.g. expiration date) are entered in the system?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   6) Against which reference documents do you effect a goods receipt?

 

A:

 

Q:   7) How do you inform the Purchasing Department that goods have been received?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   8) Which information do you use as a basis for planning your goods receipts (volume, weight, expected time requirements, etc.)?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   9) Do you receive quantities less than the ordered quantity? If yes, is the purchase order considered complete then or do you receive the missing quantities later?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   10) For which material types do you wish to record data at the time of goods receipt?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   11) Do you physically store the goods you have received into “stock in quality inspection” at a different location than those posted to normal stock?

 

A:      [  ]Yes

[  ]No

 

 

Q:   12) Do you allow every material to be stored at all storage locations? Please describe!

 

A:

 

 

Q:   13) Do you use a unit of measure for the pricing of the goods other than the unit you order in? If yes, you can define the variances in customizing.

 

A:

 

 

Q:   14) Do the materials you receive have to be stored for a certain time before they can be used or do they have an expiration date that you want to keep in the system?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   15) Do you refuse to accept deliveries if the vendor has not complied with the shipping instructions? (Can be used to evaluate vendors.)

 

A:      [  ]Yes

[  ]No

 

 

Q:   16) Which documents are generated with the goods receipt?

 

 

Explanation:  Note on design of SAPScript documents, message determination Note on design of SAPScript documents, message determination

 

A:

 

Q:   17) Which documents are generated in connection with a goods receipt?

 

 

Explanation:  Note on design of SAPScript documents, message determination Note on design of SAPScript documents, message determination

 

A:

 

 

Q:   18) If you use Warehouse Management, describe the stock put-away process (how the goods are placed into storage).

 

 

Explanation:  Above all, interesting if R/3 WM is used.

 

A:

 

 

Q:   19) If a goods receipt quantity is assigned to a goods issue, do you want the person who enters the goods receipt to receive a corresponding message?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   20) Will you inspect the material/article at the time of goods receipt? If so, do you enter the goods receipt and the inspection result or do you only enter the goods receipt after the inspection has been carried out?

 

 

Explanation:  QM module

 

A:      [  ]Yes

[  ]No

 

 

Q:   21) How is the recipient to be notified of a goods receipt for material intended for direct consumption/usage?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   22) If you are using batch management, how is the batch number determined at the time of goods receipt?

 

 

Explanation:  Batch management Batch management

 

A:

 

 

Q:   23) Do you classify the batches at the time of goods receipt? Please specify the criteria.

 

A:

 

 

Q:   24) Is the automatic account determination process defined by Financial Accounting? If not, who is responsible within Logistics?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   25) Do you wish to print out the material document as evidence of a goods movement? Which information should be included in the printout?

 

A:

 

1.4.5.3.   Status Change Kanban to FULL (Delivery to Supply Area)

 

Questions:

 

Q:   1) In which way would you like to change the kanban status?

 

A:

 

Q:   2) As well as EMPTY and FULL, do you need further statuses such as WAIT, IN PROCESS, IN TRANSIT and IN USE?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   3) In which way would you like to print the kanban card?

 

A:

1.4.6.  Replenishment External Procurement with Stock Transfer Orders (Plnt to Plnt

1.4.6.1.   Goods Issue Processing

 

Questions:

 

Q:   1) How do you document materials that are ordered for specific work orders?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   2) How do you wish to document which materials were received specifically for a work order?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   3) How do you record materials ordered for specific work orders?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   4) How will the consumption of these parts be entered and who will post the return in the system?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   5) How do you record which materials were received specifically for a work order?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   6) How do you record materials supplied by subcontractors?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   7) How much time elapses between the actual goods issue and its posting in the system?

 

 

Explanation:  Info on process steps.

 

A:

 

 

Q:   8) Is the posting made online or in batch mode?

 

 

Explanation:  Steps in system

 

A:

 

 

Q:   9) Are deliveries posted individually or for each group of goods issues?

 

 

Explanation:  Steps in system

 

A:

 

 

Q:   10) Which documents are generated in conjunction with this posting and what information do they contain?

 

 

Explanation:  1-step goods issue in which the GR at the receiving site is posted simultaneously to the GI at the DC. simultaneously to the GI at the DC.

 

A:

 

1.4.6.2.   Goods Receipt Processing (Receiving Plant)

 

Questions:

 

Q:   1) Describe the process for receiving goods with reference to a purchase order.

 

 

Explanation:  General introduction to the subject General introduction to the subject

 

A:

 

 

Q:   2) Name the storage locations to which vendors deliver the goods.

 

A:

 

 

Q:   3) How do you inform the Purchasing Department that goods have been received?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   4) Do you receive quantities less than the ordered quantity? If yes, is the purchase order considered complete then or do you receive the missing quantities later?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   5) Do you physically store the goods you have received into “stock in quality inspection” at a different location than those posted to normal stock?

 

A:      [  ]Yes

[  ]No

 

 

Q:   6) Do you allow every material to be stored at all storage locations? Please describe!

 

A:

 

 

Q:   7) Do you use a unit of measure for the pricing of the goods other than the unit you order in? If yes, you can define the variances in customizing.

 

A:

 

 

Q:   8) Do the materials you receive have to be stored for a certain time before they can be used or do they have an expiration date that you want to keep in the system?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   9) Do you refuse to accept deliveries if the vendor has not complied with the shipping instructions? (Can be used to evaluate vendors.)

 

A:      [  ]Yes

[  ]No

 

 

Q:   10) Which documents are generated with the goods receipt?

 

 

Explanation:  Note on design of SAPScript documents, message determination Note on design of SAPScript documents, message determination

 

A:

 

Q:   11) Which documents are generated in connection with a goods receipt?

 

 

Explanation:  Note on design of SAPScript documents, message determination Note on design of SAPScript documents, message determination

 

A:

 

 

Q:   12) If a goods receipt quantity is assigned to a goods issue, do you want the person who enters the goods receipt to receive a corresponding message?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   13) Will you inspect the material/article at the time of goods receipt? If so, do you enter the goods receipt and the inspection result or do you only enter the goods receipt after the inspection has been carried out?

 

 

Explanation:  QM module

 

A:      [  ]Yes

[  ]No

 

 

Q:   14) If you are using batch management, how is the batch number determined at the time of goods receipt?

 

 

Explanation:  Batch management Batch management

 

A:

 

 

Q:   15) Do you classify the batches at the time of goods receipt? Please specify the criteria.

 

A:

 

 

Q:   16) Is the automatic account determination process defined by Financial Accounting? If not, who is responsible within Logistics?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   17) Do you wish to print out the material document as evidence of a goods movement? Which information should be included in the printout?

 

A:

 

1.4.6.3.   Status Change Kanban to FULL (Automatic GR)

 

Questions:

 

Q:   1) In which way would you like to change the kanban status?

 

A:

 

Q:   2) As well as EMPTY and FULL, do you need further statuses such as WAIT, IN PROCESS, IN TRANSIT and IN USE?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   3) In which way would you like to print the kanban card?

 

A:

1.4.7.  Replenishment External Procurement with Scheduling Agreement

1.4.7.1.   Transmit Scheduling Agreement Schedule Lines

 

Questions:

 

Q:   1) How do you wish to transmit scheduling agreements?

 

A:

 

Q:   2) Are there differences per vendor and/or site? If so, which?

 

 

Explanation:  Customizing and master data message determination Customizing and master data message determination

 

A:

 

1.4.7.2.   Goods Receipt Processing (Central Delivery)

 

Questions:

 

Q:   1) Describe the process for receiving goods with reference to a purchase order.

 

 

Explanation:  General introduction to the subject General introduction to the subject

 

A:

 

 

Q:   2) Name the storage locations to which vendors deliver the goods.

 

A:

 

 

Q:   3) How do you inform the Purchasing Department that goods have been received?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   4) Do you receive quantities less than the ordered quantity? If yes, is the purchase order considered complete then or do you receive the missing quantities later?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   5) Do you physically store the goods you have received into “stock in quality inspection” at a different location than those posted to normal stock?

 

A:      [  ]Yes

[  ]No

 

 

Q:   6) Do you allow every material to be stored at all storage locations? Please describe!

 

A:

 

 

Q:   7) Do you use a unit of measure for the pricing of the goods other than the unit you order in? If yes, you can define the variances in customizing.

 

A:

 

 

Q:   8) Do the materials you receive have to be stored for a certain time before they can be used or do they have an expiration date that you want to keep in the system?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   9) Do you refuse to accept deliveries if the vendor has not complied with the shipping instructions? (Can be used to evaluate vendors.)

 

A:      [  ]Yes

[  ]No

 

 

Q:   10) Which documents are generated with the goods receipt?

 

 

Explanation:  Note on design of SAPScript documents, message determination Note on design of SAPScript documents, message determination

 

A:

 

Q:   11) Which documents are generated in connection with a goods receipt?

 

 

Explanation:  Note on design of SAPScript documents, message determination Note on design of SAPScript documents, message determination

 

A:

 

 

Q:   12) If a goods receipt quantity is assigned to a goods issue, do you want the person who enters the goods receipt to receive a corresponding message?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   13) Will you inspect the material/article at the time of goods receipt? If so, do you enter the goods receipt and the inspection result or do you only enter the goods receipt after the inspection has been carried out?

 

 

Explanation:  QM module

 

A:      [  ]Yes

[  ]No

 

 

Q:   14) If you are using batch management, how is the batch number determined at the time of goods receipt?

 

 

Explanation:  Batch management Batch management

 

A:

 

 

Q:   15) Do you classify the batches at the time of goods receipt? Please specify the criteria.

 

A:

 

 

Q:   16) Is the automatic account determination process defined by Financial Accounting? If not, who is responsible within Logistics?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   17) Do you wish to print out the material document as evidence of a goods movement? Which information should be included in the printout?

 

A:

 

1.4.7.3.   Status Change Kanban to FULL (Delivery to Supply Area)

 

Questions:

 

Q:   1) In which way would you like to change the kanban status?

 

A:

 

Q:   2) As well as EMPTY and FULL, do you need further statuses such as WAIT, IN PROCESS, IN TRANSIT and IN USE?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   3) In which way would you like to print the kanban card?

 

A:

1.4.8.  Replenishment External Procurement with Summarized JIT Call

1.4.8.1.   Status Change Kanban to FULL

 

Questions:

 

Q:   1) In which way would you like to change the kanban status?

 

A:

 

Q:   2) As well as EMPTY and FULL, do you need further statuses such as WAIT, IN PROCESS, IN TRANSIT and IN USE?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   3) In which way would you like to print the kanban card?

 

A:

1.4.9.  Replenishment Stock Transfer with Reservation

1.4.9.1.   Transfer Posting w. Reference to Reservation (Aut. Status Change Kanban)

 

Questions:

 

Q:   1) In the case of stock transfers, do you wish the material to be immediately available at the receiving plant?

 

A:      [  ]Yes

[  ]No

 

 

Q:   2) Will you carry out transfer postings without deliveries between sites in which postings are immediately made to stock at the receiving site?

 

 

Explanation:  Use of 301 Use of 301

 

A:      [  ]Yes

[  ]No

 

1.4.9.2.   Status Change Kanban to FULL (Automatic Transfer Posting)

 

Questions:

 

Q:   1) In which way would you like to change the kanban status?

 

A:

 

Q:   2) As well as EMPTY and FULL, do you need further statuses such as WAIT, IN PROCESS, IN TRANSIT and IN USE?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   3) In which way would you like to print the kanban card?

 

A:

1.4.10.                Replenisment Stock Transfer with Direct Transfer Posting

1.4.10.1. Status Change Kanban to FULL

 

Questions:

 

Q:   1) In which way would you like to change the kanban status?

 

A:

 

Q:   2) As well as EMPTY and FULL, do you need further statuses such as WAIT, IN PROCESS, IN TRANSIT and IN USE?

 

A:

 

 

Q:   3) In which way would you like to print the kanban card?

 

A:

I hope Questions framed here will be more useful and helps to understand the Client Business Process.

Thanking you.

Please refer my previous blog for SAP WM MM IM.

https://people.sap.com/shivakkumar.geethavenkatesan79

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