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Manufacturing Overview

Course Details
Code: SCM300-v015
Tuition (USD): $2,250.00 • Classroom (3 days)
Course Details
GSA (USD): $1,822.67 • Classroom (3 days)

Skills Gained

  • Gain an overview of the manufacturing methods supported by ERP.

Who Can Benefit

  • Application Consultant
  • Business Process Architect
  • Business Process Owner / Team Lead / Power User
  • User

Prerequisites

  • Essential:
       -SAPSCM SAP Supply Chain Management Solution Overview
       -SCM100
  • Recommended:
       -None

Course Details

Course Content

  • Production Execution Overview
       -Distinguishing Production Types
  • Production Order Processing
       -Outlining Production Orders
       -Creating Production Orders
       -Releasing Production Orders
       -Executing Material Staging for Production Orders
       -Executing Confirmation and Goods Receipt for Production Orders
       -Evaluating Production Orders
  • Process Order Processing
       -Outlining Process Orders
       -Creating and Interpreting Process Orders
       -Executing Process Orders
       -Using Additional Functions with Process Orders
  • Repetitive Manufacturing Processing
       -Outlining Repetitive Manufacturing
       -Preparing Repetitive Manufacturing
       -Planning Line Loading in Repetitive Manufacturing
       -Using Material Staging and Confirmation
       -Integrating Costing, Controlling, and Reporting
  • Kanban Principles in Production
       -Outlining Kanban
       -Using Kanban in Production

Notes

  • SC300e is an E-Learning version of the course.
  • In conjunction with SCM100 (Business Processes in Planning), this course provides an overview of production planning and manufacturing using SAP ERP (similar to SCM130)

Course based on software release

  • SAP ERP 6.0 Enhancement Package 7
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