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You are going to go take a look at product information management released products, and I pick and choose one of my products which happens to have a BOM L0001. And here, I go to the "Item coverage." And I have already set up a few things here for me for demo data. You already have these values on USMF for site 1, warehouse 13. I like to add a new one, and I change the warehouse to 12. I go to the "General" and I change the plan order, it was Kanban. However, I can change the time to be either transfer, production, which could be discrete or batch or could be a purchase order. That means, you perhaps wanted to subcontract it as well. Supply schedule is a very important piece of information. First, take a look at it and see what we can do within. The supply schedule provides a comprehensive view of what needs to be bought and what needs to be solved in other words. So anything that needs to be supplied either by buying or producing it from other processing by the time that you are going to sell it, everything will be available there. And we can filter it based on a specific item or a dimension of an item, or could be based on a product family. Based on this supply schedule, you can put all the products that are having a similar characteristic into a product family and schedule that accordingly. The first thing you need to learn is to understand how do we get to supply schedule. Number one is within the Master planning, you have a Supply schedule right here. So if I open it up, by default, it says which plan are you looking at, and what period are you looking at. These periods are giving you a good visual effects both graphical and numerical to say, okay, how many days, how many products needs to be scheduled in other words. I pick and choose one of my master plan, such as dynamic plan, and I pick and choose the product. Let's say, I start with A001, which is a simple product, doesn't even have a BOM. The reason I wanted to show you this is because processing and scheduling certain things does nott have to be related to production. You could actually take a look at the supply and demand based on this item, you need to either buy it or sell it in other words. Maybe you are acting as a distribution. Again, supply chain could benefit from supply schedule. This gives you this nice visual information, and based on your period that you have defined, it shows exactly availability of the periods and the inventory, numerically and graphically. And it is nicely broken up based on starting the inventory, ending inventory, what do we have and then the pegged inventory, supplies, and demands, everything is going to be available here for you. And right within here, you can actually update the plan orders, you can actually take a look at the Kanban rules if there is anything indeed needed, you can create a brand new one. Just wanted to show you, that is one place that we can get the Supply schedule from Master planning. The other place you can go to "Planned orders," that has assumed already random master planning and has based on on-hand inventory and all other inventory transactions and your criteria. You have planned production orders as type discrete. And then you have Kanban, as you see these are planned Kanbans. Or perhaps you even have to buy some which you have at planned purchase order at the very last line. Within here, if I go to the "View," you could also take a look at the Supply schedule right within the production order too. That gives you the same exact form. So that is the second way in order to get to that form. Another way to deal with it is going through the Product information management, and take a look at the Released product, and take a look at the Net requirements. The net requirements, based on the dynamic plan, shows exactly for which warehouse, what site, what coverage group are you using, and how many do you have on hand. If I take a look at the "Inquiries," and look at the supply schedule, you have the capability to also retrieve the supply schedule form within this specific form. Many ways in order to get to the same exact form indeed. Right within the top, you could also go to the supply schedule. And within here, you could also retrieve the same type of information. On the Inventory management also, if I go to the Forecast, assuming that you have already taken care of the setup of the forecasts, if I take a look at the Item allocation keys for those items that they have indeed product dimensions, you can set up the item allocation keys and say how much of each configuration size, color, style, or you could add additional dimensions to the inventory by doing the extension. Developers should take advantage of it. And by clicking on the "Supply schedule," you have a capability right within the item allocation keys to get to the supply schedule as well. Many places that leads to the same form. And the reason you need to be aware of it because there are different personas in a company that they need to get into the supply schedule and see what is going on.

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Posted by: jmladero on Apr 12, 2019

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