SAP PP (Production Planning and Control) | Book and E-Book - by SAP PRESSEvery manufacturer is familiar with the challenges of production planning and execution. The book outlines the three different production types -- discrete, process and repetitive manufacturing — and shows the configuration steps needed for each. During an SAP ERP implementation project, when it's established that discrete manufacturing will most closely serve the business needs of the company, the next logical step is to have sensitive discussions and several workshops to agree on the configuration objects of discrete manufacturing. Configuration of the specific production type which in this case is discrete manufacturing forms the basis on which the business process of the company will run. For example, how should the system behave when it comes across a material or capacity shortage during production order creation or release? How should it behave when the actual production exceeds the defined under-delivery or over-delivery of the material? What should the system do if it's unable to schedule production within the defined basic dates?
SAP Production Planning & Manufacturing; Introduction to SAP PP, SAP Production Planning & Control
Book excerpt: Production Planning and Control with SAP ERP
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Get step-by-step instructions for configuring SAP PP, from master data shared by all manufacturing types to specific settings and control keys for discrete, process, and repetitive manufacturing. Learn to use sales and operations planning, material requirements planning, SAP Demand Management, and long-term planning throughout your production workflow.