This JD Edwards EnterpriseOne PDM / MCA 9.2 training helps you explore the setup of foundational manufacturing data like bills of material, work centers and routings. This occurs within 3 base manufacturing environment types: discrete manufacturing, repetitive manufacturing and process manufacturing.
- Set up the product data management system.
- Manage requirements for repetitive manufacturing and process manufacturing.
- Create standard product costs.
- Identify product costing options in various supply chain environments & use actual costing.
- Become familiar with the setup required for product costing including item data, cost components and work centers rates.
Part 1: Product Data Management System
The first part of this course helps you develop a foundational knowledge of the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Product Data Management system. This system is the cornerstone for other manufacturing systems.
Part 2: Manufacturing Costing & Accounting
During the second part, expert Oracle University instructors will teach you how to set up and execute manufacturing costing and accounting. You'll learn how manufacturing costs are calculated based on manufacturing data derived from the bills of material, routings, work centers and additional cost components.
Manufacturing Accounting Setup
You will also become familiar with the setup required for manufacturing accounting, including G/L Class Codes and automatic accounting instructions (AAIs). You'll develop an understanding of the relationship between shop floor transactions and manufacturing accounting entries, while learning how to track and analyze these entries.
- Describe the Product Data Management Process
- Manage Requirements for Basic Product Data Management Setup
- Manage Requirements for Repetitive and Process Manufacturing Setup
- Identify product costing options in various supply chain environments
- Manage the manufacturing accounting process
- Define accounting fundamentals
- Create costs through the work order life cycle
- Use variance accounting
- Use actual costing for product costs