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Author's profile photo Narasimha Prasad Bhat

Production order time elements

Just one slider to show my understanding of various time elements in production order. This is based on some great shares I had seen long back on google (Thanks to that author, whoever it is), and my addons based on SAP literature.

I find it very useful to explain to business. Do share feedback if this can be made better.

 

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      Author's profile photo Dominik Tylczynski
      Dominik Tylczynski

      That is so cool! Everything on one slide, well explained!

      Author's profile photo Narasimha Prasad Bhat
      Narasimha Prasad Bhat
      Blog Post Author

      Thanks Dominik

      Author's profile photo Sandra Rossi
      Sandra Rossi

      Maybe you could add a list of text elements so that your blog post can be found more easily by Search engines. Here they are but I guess comments are not indexed, so better add them to your post.

      Opening Period
      Float Before Production
      Release Period
      Queue Time
      work time
      machine time
      Move Time
      Wait Time
      Float After Production
      Goods Receipt Process Time
      pick Time
      Load time
      Transit Time
      SD planning
      Scheduling Margin Key (Material Master MRP2 view)
      Schedule start date
      Schedule finish date
      Order finish date
      Anticipated availability date
      Load date
      Goods issue Date
      Desired delivery date
      Latest start date
      Latest Finish date
      Production order time elements

      Author's profile photo Narasimha Prasad Bhat
      Narasimha Prasad Bhat
      Blog Post Author

      Very valuable advice Sandra. Never thought about the SEO angle. Will do this immediately.

      Author's profile photo Dominik Tylczynski
      Dominik Tylczynski

      You definitely need to follow Sandra Rossi suggestion. We can't afford this post to be neglected by search engines.

      Author's profile photo Narasimha Prasad Bhat
      Narasimha Prasad Bhat
      Blog Post Author

      Sandra ,

      I tried user tags. It allows limited keywords. Where should we put these SEO keywords?  (Inside the body with #? )

      Author's profile photo Sandra Rossi
      Sandra Rossi

      I think you can just type the terms after your picture, that you can introduce with "List of terms for Web search indexing:"

      I hope that your blog post will soon come first if I search this (right now, your blog post is not proposed by Google / SAP search is better):

      Wait Time Float After Production Goods Receipt Process Time pick Time site:sap.com
      Author's profile photo Amit Sharma
      Amit Sharma

      A picture speaks more than thousand words.

      Very well explained. Thank you for sharing this blog.

       

      Regards,

      Amit

      Author's profile photo Narasimha Prasad Bhat
      Narasimha Prasad Bhat
      Blog Post Author

      Thanks Amit