SAP Supply Chain Management (SCM) is comprised of a collection of applications under the SAP system that enable advanced planning. Tightly integrated with SAP Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), the SAP SCM system is used to streamline and optimize the supply chain by enabling automated decision making and providing improved analytical components.
This course provides an introduction to the SAP SCM system. Since planning is a major component of the SCM process, key applications in the Advanced Planning and Optimization module are discussed, as well as two execution applications: Event Management and Transportation Management.
Identify components of the Demand Planning process flow diagram
Determine the appropriate supply network planning approach to use based on company characteristics
Recognise the procedure for opening a planning book in the SNP module
Match SNP options with their corresponding purposes
Identify features of Production Planning
Recognise the procedure for running a production plan
Use SCM planning applications
Recognise the procedure for displaying Event Management rule sets
Match Event Management terms with their corresponding definitions
Order the steps in the Transportation Management process
Recognise the procedure for scheduling with dynamic route determination
Schedule the delivery of goods and report an event
Individuals who plan to use SAP's Business Suite 7 applications to perform basic business functions within their organizations