Author Justin Valley explores the SAP production planning module (SAP PP). He looks at how the SAP ERP handles planning manufacturing processes.
- Let's look at the SAP Production Planning,…or, the SAPP module.…This module is used to help plan the manufacturing…for sales and distribution of products.…SAP PP has the ability to handle businesses…that have both repetitive manufacturing models…where they manufacture products,…stays the same over a long period of time,…and discrete production models.…Basically, order based production…where the product can change often.…Four of the major aspects of the SAP Production Planning…are, the bill of materials, routings, capacity planning,…and materials requirement planning.…
Let's look first at the bill of materials.…The bill of materials is often called the BOM in SAP.…It is a complete inventory of the raw materials, assemblies,…and other components needed to manufacture a product.…Essentially, a bill of materials is…the ingredients list part of a recipe.…Let's take a look at a BOM in the system.…This is a screen shot of a bill of material…for a material coded as FIN 50, fast moving.…We see that there are three line items,…
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