Join Michael Management for an in-depth discussion in this video Master data: Other, part of SAP Transportation Management Overview.
- [Instructor] Other important fields. … So your products, … discussion with some of your production procurement guys … where each product needs to have a defined weight … in a cube, and some way of determining a piece count. … A debate we've gone through at my current client … for example is they deal in rolls of fabric. … A roll of fabric can be fairly small … or it can be fairly big. … But there is this … yet unresolved problem … of how you take a roll of fabric and determine … how much it weighs, how many pieces … it consists of because it varies. … So, but TM really requires all aspects … of this to be able to function. … And below is a list of fields that are all part … of S/4 but these are key for the integration with TM. … So you have to have a careful discussion with procurement … or your ordered a cash teams to … understand how they're going to be used … and when they're going to be used. … Shipping condition for example is a key driver. … There are times when shipping condition …
- Architecture overview
- Reviewing the master data
- Planning transportation
- Charge calculations
- Advanced TM functionality
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Introduction and Overview
Welcome and agenda2m 35s
1. TM Architecture
Architecture overview9m 36s
2. Understanding the Basics
3. Additional Functionality
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