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EHP2 for SAP SCM 7.0 January 2013 English

Supply Network Planning (YP9)Business Process Document

SAP AG Dietmar-Hopp-Allee 16 69190 Walldorf Germany

SAP Best Practices

Supply Network Planning (YP9): BPD

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Contents1 2 Purpose ................................................................................................................................... 5 Prerequisites............................................................................................................................ 5 2.1 Master Data and Organizational Data .............................................................................. 5 2.2 Business Conditions ......................................................................................................... 7 2.3 Roles and Authorization ................................................................................................... 7 2.4 Preparation Steps ............................................................................................................ 7 Process Overview ................................................................................................................. 10 Process Overview Table ....................................................................................................... 11 Process Steps- Heuristics Run.............................................................................................. 13 5.1 Infinite Planning: Perfect World ...................................................................................... 14 5.2 Infinite Planning: Distribution Horizon Constraint Results in Late Demand Fulfillment . 20 5.3 Infinite Planning: Production Horizon Constraint Results in Late Demand Fulfillment .. 22 5.4 Infinite Planning: Capacity Overload .............................................................................. 25 Process Steps - Optimizer Run (Optional) ............................................................................ 27 6.1 Finite Planning: Perfect World ....................................................................................... 28 6.2 Finite planning: Capacity Constraint (Production Rate) ................................................. 35 6.3 Finite planning: Capacity Constraint (Product Priority) .................................................. 37 6.4 Finite planning: Capacity Constraint (Sales Order Priority) ........................................... 40 6.5 Finite planning: Raw Material Constraint ....................................................................... 43 6.6 Reverting the Setting Changes ...................................................................................... 45 Appendix................................................................................................................................ 45 7.1 Posting Initial Stock in ERP............................................................................................ 45 7.2 Creating a Sales Order .................................................................................................. 46 7.3 Deleting a Sales Order ................................................................................................... 47 7.4 Maintaining the Vendor Location Material Master ......................................................... 47

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Supply Network Planning 1 PurposeCreating a feasible supply plan according to your demand situation considering all production and distribution activities along the supply chain is the goal of the process. This RDS will help you to reduce delivery times, optimize transports, plan the required supply just in time and keep needed safety-stocks Starting from a demand plan, you use Mid-term Supply Planning to determine a permissible plan for fulfilling the estimated sales volumes. This plan covers both the quantities that must be transported between two locations (for example, distribution center to customer or production plant to distribution center), and the quantities to be produced and procured. Mid-term Supply Planning is based on a model of the supply network. The model represents a specific supply network and consists of individual nodes, links, and other elements. The nodes represent different locations of the network, such as customer locations, distribution centers, plants, or suppliers. The links between the nodes are represented by the transportation lanes. Elements such as products, bills of materials, routings, and different kinds of resources are also essential parts of the supply network. The structure of the model and the detailed settings influence the results of the planning run. Mid-term Supply Planning will help to: create a supply plan that provides a clear picture on procurement, production and distribution activities in an end to end supply chain consider significant capacity and material constraints to achieve a feasible plan optimize the capacity utilization at the plants, distribution centers and at the suppliers respect inventory levels increase the visibility in the global supply chain

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2.1 Master Data and Organizational DataDefault Values Essential master and organizational data was created in your ERP and APO system during the implementation phase, such as the data that reflects the organizational structure of your company and master data that suits its operational focus, for example master data for materials, locations, and resources. This business process is enabled with organization-specific master data, examples of which are provided in the next section.

Additional Default Values You can test the scenario with other SAP Best Practices default values that have the same characteristics. Check your SAP ECC and APO system to find out which other material master data exists.

Using Your Own Master Data You can also use customized values for any material or organizational data for which you have created master data. SNP supply network:

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Organization and master data: Object Plant Value 1000 1100 Distribution Center Sales Organization Customer Purchase Organization Vendor 2300 2400 1000 100000 1000 390001 390002 Finish Goods SCM-PROD01 SCM-PROD02 SCM-PROD03 Raw Materials SCM-RAW01 SCM-RAW02 1 2 3 4 Workcenter SCM-MFG1 SCM-MFG2 Assembly Assembly Vendor 390001 Vendor 390002 PROD01 PROD02 PROD03 RAW01 RAW02 Created for all locations For location: 1000, 1100, 2300 For location: 1000, 2300 For location: 1000, 1100 For location: 1000, 1100, 390001, 390002 390001 (SCM-RAW01) 390002 (SCM-RAW01) 390001 (SCM-RAW02) 390002 (SCM-RAW03) For plant 1000, 1100 Heuristic For plant 1000, 1100 Optimizer Description Plant 1000 Plant 1100 DC 2300 DC 2400 Sales Org 1000 Comment

Purchase Info Record

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SAP Best Practices Production version BOM and Routing: 0001

Supply Network Planning (YP9): BPD Version 0001 Production version for each product.