Production Variance Analysis In Sap Controlling

Author: John Jordan
Editor: SAP PRESS
ISBN: 9781592293810
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Master production variance analysis in Controlling (CO) with SAP Reveal breakdown points in your company's performance and explore how these processes can be improved Learn how to make production processes more efficient to positively impact your bottom line Whether you re an end user, manager, or consultant, this is your ultimate resource to the variance analysis cycle. This book presents a detailed explanation of how production variance analysis works in Controlling with SAP, and focuses on the processes and reports that assist with all phases of the Controlling process. You ll learn Controlling concepts from a simple and easy-to-understand level, while being introduced to in-depth information on master data and configuration setup requirements, based on SAP ERP 6.0. Updated and Revised Second Edition Find new and updated information on long-term planning runs, marking allowance, configuring default yield and activity quantities during activity confirmation, and much more. Comprehensive Coverage Discover in-depth chapters that deal with each major sub-component of variance analysis, and include real-life examples and case study scenarios.Process-by-Process Instructions Explore all of the main processes, topics, and steps you will need in chronological order to effectively implement and conduct production variance analysis with the Controlling module. CO Integration Learn how Controlling integrates with other SAP functionalities, such as Production Planning (PP) and Materials Management (MM). Practical Resources Use the extensive glossary as a reference in your daily work and find further reading and resources to expand your knowledge on Controlling topics. Highlights Initial Planning Cost Estimates Actual Costs Period-End Processing Scrap Variance Analysis Reporting Standard Cost Estimate Total Variance Planning Scenarios The Author John Jordan is Founder and Principal Consultant at ERP Corp., specializing in Controlling and all associated integration areas. He assists companies improving the transparency of production costs, which results in increased efficiency and profitability. He is a regular speaker conferences and has published two other best-selling books with SAP PRESS.

Achieving Federated And Self Manageable Cloud Infrastructures Theory And Practice

Author: Villari, Massimo
Editor: IGI Global
ISBN: 1466616326
Size: 17,55 MB
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Cloud computing presents a promising approach for implementing scalable information and communications technology systems for private and public, individual, community, and business use. Achieving Federated and Self-Manageable Cloud Infrastructures: Theory and Practice overviews current developments in cloud computing concepts, architectures, infrastructures and methods, focusing on the needs of small to medium enterprises. The topic of cloud computing is addressed on two levels: the fundamentals of cloud computing and its impact on the IT world; and an analysis of the main issues regarding the cloud federation, autonomic resource management, and efficient market mechanisms, while supplying an overview of the existing solutions able to solve them. This publication is aimed at both enterprise business managers and research and academic audiences alike.

Production Planning And Control With Sap

Author: Jörg Thomas Dickersbach
Editor: Sap PressAmerica
ISBN: 9781592291069
Size: 19,30 MB
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This all-new, extended second edition provides readers with a detailed introduction to the tasks associated with industrial operations as well as highly detailed descriptions of the core processes of SAP PP (mySAP ERP 2005 Release). The various processes of discrete manufacturing are explained clearly in the following contexts: What are the business requirements? How can they be implemented using SAP? Which configuration steps are necessary and what are their effects? With step-by-step instruction and detailed, expert guidance, this book enables you to successfully implement and apply SAP PP in your own company. You'll also benefit from exclusive content devoted to exploring possible scenarios and the vast potential of mySAP SCM (APO) integration. The book is intended for consultants, implementation project teams, and employees involved in production. In addition, numerous real-world examples and a comprehensive glossary make this book a must-have reference. * Industrial Operations Tasks * Production Planning and Control in mySAP ERP * Organizational Structures * Master Data * Sales and Operations Planning * Demand Management * Material Requirements Planning * Long-Term Planning * Production Order Creation * Capacity Requirements Planning * Production Execution * Supply Chain Management and Integration with SAP APO

Encyclopedia Of Information Science And Technology First Edition

Author: Khosrow-Pour, Mehdi
Editor: IGI Global
ISBN: 159140794X
Size: 15,12 MB
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Comprehensive coverage of critical issues related to information science and technology.

Enterprise Resource Planning And Supply Chain Management

Author: Karl E. Kurbel
Editor: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 3642315739
Size: 10,53 MB
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This book is about running modern industrial enterprises with the help of information systems. Enterprise resource planning (ERP) is the core of business information processing. An ERP system is the backbone of most companies' information systems landscape. All major business processes are handled with the help of this system. Supply chain management (SCM) looks beyond the individual company, taking into account that enterprises are increasingly concentrating on their core competencies, leaving other activities to suppliers. With the growing dependency on the partners, effective supply chains have become as important for a company's success as efficient in-house processes. This book covers typical business processes and shows how these processes are implemented. Examples are presented using the leading systems on the market – SAP ERP and SAP SCM. In this way, the reader can understand how business processes are actually carried out "in the real world".

Autonomous Cooperation And Control In Logistics

Author: Michael Hülsmann
Editor: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9783642194696
Size: 14,11 MB
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Many new technologies – like RFID, GPS, and sensor networks – that dominate innovative developments in logistics are based on the idea of autonomous cooperation and control. This self-organisational concept describes „...processes of decentralized decision-making in heterarchical structures. It presumes interacting elements in non-deterministic systems, which possess the capability and possibility to render decisions. The objective of autonomous cooperation and control is the achievement of increased robustness and positive emergence of the total system due to distributed and flexible coping with dynamics and complexity“ (Hülsmann & Windt, 2007). In order to underlie these technology-driven developments with a fundamental theoretical foundation this edited volume asks for contributions and limitations of applying the principles of autonomous cooperation and control to logistics processes and systems. It intends to identify, describe, and explain – in the context of production and distribution logistics – the effects on performance and robustness, the enablers and impediments for the feasibility, the essential cause-effect-relations, etc. of concepts, methods, technologies, and routines of autonomous cooperation and control in logistics. Therefore, the analyses collected in this edited volume aim to develop a framework for finding the optimal degree as well as the upper and lower boundaries of autonomous cooperation and control of logistics processes from the different perspectives of production technology, electronics and communication engineering, informatics and mathematics, as well as management sciences and economics.

Principles Of Supply Chain Management Second Edition

Author: Richard E. Crandall
Editor: CRC Press
ISBN: 1482212021
Size: 19,24 MB
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The second edition of this popular textbook presents a balanced overview of the principles of supply chain management. Going beyond the usual supply chain text, Principles of Supply Chain Management not only details the individual components of the supply chain, but also illustrates how the pieces must come together. To show the logic behind why supply chain management is essential, the text examines how supply chains are evolving, looks ahead to new developments, and provides a balanced look at supply chains with a focus on both the customer side and the supplier side of supply chains. See What’s New in the Second Edition: Expanded coverage of current topics such as e-commerce, risk management, outsourcing and reshoring, sustainability, project management, and data analytics Increased emphasis on how customers are becoming more influential in steering product design Additional coverage of the use of data analytics to evaluate customer preferences and buying patterns A new chapter devoted to logistics and its increasing importance in supply chains Company profiles of organizations with effective supply chains that illustrate the main theme of each chapter A "Hot Topic" for each chapter, providing a description of a critical management issue to stimulate class discussion A complete set of instructor materials for each chapter, including presentation slides, test banks, class exercises, discussion questions, and more From the point of distribution to the final customer, all the way back to the point of origin at the mine or farm, the text provides examples and case histories that illustrate a proven approach for achieving effective supply chain integration. This self-contained resource provides readers with a realistic appraisal of the state of the art in supply chain management and the understanding needed to build and manage effective supply chains in a wide range of industries. Most importantly, it emphasizes the need for building and maintaining collaboration among all members of the supply chain.

Manufacturing Planning And Control For Supply Chain Management

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Editor: Irwin/McGraw-Hill
ISBN: 9780071121330
Size: 12,65 MB
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Vollman, Berry, Whybark and Jacobs', Manufacturing Planning & Control Systems, 5/e provides comprehensive real world based coverage of the concepts, tools, and methods used to manage and control manufacturing systems. This major revision contains four entirely new chapters and four thoroughly upgraded to nearly original content. ERP system coverage and the impact of them in the field is covered now in a new introductory chapter (4) as well as being integrated heavily into many other chapters from Sales and Operations Planning (3) to Advanced Scheduling Systems (16).

Manufacturing Planning And Control Systems For Supply Chain Management

Author: Thomas E Vollmann
Editor: General Finance & Investing
ISBN:
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The classic field handbook for the manufacturing professional has been revised to reflect many important changes in the manufacturing field including the pervasiveness of ERP systems and the continuing decentralization of decision making to the factory floor.

Manufacturing Planning And Control Systems

Author: Thomas E. Vollmann
Editor: Richard d Irwin
ISBN:
Size: 19,70 MB
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Whether you're studying for the APICS certification examination or looking for ways to improve your existing manufacturing process, Manufacturing Planning and Control Systems, Fourth Edition, is the resource to turn to.