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<ul><li> 1. Application SAP for MaterialsManagement pRaSAD BhOR </li> <li> 2. WHAT DO WE HAVE IN THIS PRESENTATION????PHASE 1 BASICS OF SAP What is SAP? SAP the company Origin and Evolution of SAP Reasons why company implements SAP Benefits from SAP Failures of SAP Modules of SAP Markets of SAP </li> <li> 3. WHAT DO WE HAVE IN THIS PRESENTATION????PHASE 2 : SAP MM- MODULE Material flow Production Planning and control Production Planning systems Master Production Schedule Material Requirement Planning Bill Of Material Purchasing Inventory Management Overview Of SAP MM - module </li> <li> 4. WHAT IS SAP?????SAP ( ess aay pee) stands forSystems, Applications , Products in Data Processing .SAP is an integrated business solution software comesunder Enterprise ResourcePlanning. (E R P) </li> <li> 5. S A P INTRODUCTION. THE SAP SYSTEM IS A COLLECTION OF SOFTWARE THAT PERFORMS STANDARD BUSINESS FUNCTION. IT PROVIDES A COMPLETE SOLUTION TO STANDARD BUSINESS REQUIREMENTS. IT INCORPORATES CONCEPT OF ERP BUSINESS PROCESS PLANNING INTO AN INTEGRATED SOLUTION FOR BUSINESS APPLICATIONS. </li> <li> 6. THE COMPANY.. SAP the company was founded in Germany in 1972 by five ex- IBM engineers . Being incorporated in Germany the full name of parent company is SAP AG , located in Walldorf , Germany . Worlds Third largest independent software provider Serves more than 10 million global customers worldwide in more than 120 countries . Now 70 80 % top companies in their respective fields have implemented SAP. </li> <li> 7. HOW DID SAP EVOLVE ??? INVENTORY CONTROL 1960MATERIAL REQUIREMENT PLANNING 1980ENTERPRISE RESOURCE PLANNING 1990 THE COMPANY PRODUCTS MODULES SAP R/3 </li> <li> 8. SAP R/3 VERSION(R=Realtime,3=3tier) 1st tier PRESENTATION TIER 2nd tier LOGIC TIER 3rd tier DATA TIER data </li> <li> 9. SAP UNIQUE ARCHITECTURE Presentation SAPGUI Terminal process R/3 Application Dispatcher Tables Work Work Programs Buffer process process Database DB </li> <li> 10. REASONS WHY A COMPANY IMPLEMENTS SAP. For better decision making.For strategic planning.For higher system performance.To gain competitive advantage.To meet key business goals.To gain increased solution flexibility.Enables a company to link its business functions.Ties together disseperate business processes.Enabling business change.Replacement of an outdated inefficient IT architecture. </li> <li> 11. BENEFITS FROM SAP Simultaneous visibility across whole enterprise Offers good understanding of current situation of company Offers high security and info consistency To choose best marketing strategy Offers co ordination across the company Enables to focus attention on core process. </li> <li> 12. GROWING COMPANIESNEED TO WORK SMARTAND MOVE FAST TO BE SUCCESSFULL </li> <li> 13. FAILURES OF SAPTWO MAJOR FAILURES CLIENT FAILURE SYSTEM FAILURE </li> <li> 14. Client Failure: Incorrect application Of software. Poor analysis of cost and benefits. Lack of trained personnel Not enough systems or probably computers to handle. </li> <li> 15. System Failure Localization of software. Customization for different accounting systems and tax systems which changes from country to country. </li> <li> 16. SAP IS MADE FOR&gt;&gt;&gt; ALL RANGE OF COMPANIES DIFFERENT SUITE ARE AVAILABLE FOR DIFFERENT RANGE OF COMPANIES DESIGNED TO SATISFY THE INFORMATION NEEDS FOR ALL BUSINESS FUNCTIONS DIFFERENT MODULE SELECTION FOR DIFFERENT AREA OF BUSINESSES MULTILINGUISTIC, BASE INDEPENDENT- works on any operating systems. </li> <li> 17. WHAT IT TAKES TO IMPLEMENT SAPTHREE MAJOR FACTORS cost timeframe hardware </li> <li> 18. GENERAL AREAS OF APPLICATION OF SAP Financials Human Resource Customer Relationship Management Supplier Relationship Management. Product life Cycle Management Business Intelligence Supply Chain Management </li> <li> 19. Modules or Products of SAP FI Financial Accounting CO Controlling AM Asset Management PS Project Systems MM Materials Management QM Quality Management PP Production Planning SD Sales and Distribution PM Plant Maintenance </li> <li> 20. Markets of SAP. Manufacturing Chemicals Automotive Transportation and Tourism Consumer goods Government, Public administration Health Care and Hospitals Educational Institutions and Research </li> <li> 21. Ok Now How does SAPwe know helps me as anBasics of Mechanical OR SAP!! Production engineer?? </li> <li> 22. As a Mechanical or Productionengineer areas where SAP applies PP - production planning MM- material management SD- sales and distribution PM- plant maintenance QM quality management </li> <li> 23. AS A MECHANICAL ENGINEERAREAS WHERE SAP APPLIES. PP - production planning MM- material management SD- sales and distribution PM- plant maintenance QM quality management </li> <li> 24. GENERAL OVERVIEW OF MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY ADMIN FINANCE PURCHASE STORES SAPPROD. SHOPS MAINTENANCE R&amp;D / D&amp;D </li> <li> 25. The Integrated Supply Chain Product Flow DemandSupplier Purchasing Production Distribution Retailing Customer Financial Human Control Resources Information FlowSupply Chain Management: The delivery of enhanced customer and economic valu through management of the flow of physical goods an associated information. </li> <li> 26. MATERIALSMANAGEMENT. </li> <li> 27. Material Flow Flow of materials used to convert raw materials to finished goods is material flow. Materials Management is a coordinating function responsible for planning and controlling materials flow. Its objectives are as follows: Maximize the use of firms resources. Provide the required level of customer service. </li> <li> 28. Materials Management MM Materials management can reduce costs by being sure that the right materials are in the right place at the right time and the resources of the company are properly used. There are several ways of classifying this flow of materials. A very useful classification, Manufacturing Planning and Control, Physical Supply/ Distribution. </li> <li> 29. Manufacturing Planning And Control - MPCS Manufacturing planning and control is responsible for the planning and control of the flow of materials through the manufacturing process. The primary activities carried out are as follows: Production planning Implementation and control Inventory management All three works together for greater efficiency </li> <li> 30. Inputs Needed to MPCS components Product description Bill of Material subassemblies OPERATION REQUIRED Process Specification Route sheet SEQUENCE OF OPERATIONS Equipments &amp; Accessories TIME REQUIRED Std. time needed Facilities needed Work center file Quantities MRP </li> <li> 31. MATERIAL MASTER Basic purchasing MRP accounting stock costing Scheduling forecasting evaluation quality B OMFlow of inputs Bill of materialsfor release of ROUTINGmaterials. Standard cost estimate In house MAKING Outsourcing GOODS ISSUE TOOL ISSUE GOODS RECEIPT TOOL RECEIPT USED REWORK SCRAP </li> <li> 32. Physical supply and Distribution Involve all the activities from moving goods from supplier to customer. Activities are: Transportation Warehousing Packaging Materials Handling Order entry </li> <li> 33. The balancing Act -Priority vs. Capacity PRIORITY CAPACITYHow many needed Capability What are needed To produceWhen are needed goods Machinery Marketplace Labor Establishes Materials Priorities resources Manufacturing Responsible To planTo meet requirements </li> <li> 34. Strategic business plan Shows what company wants to achieve in near future. It is based on long term forecasts and includes participation of marketing, finance, production and engineering plans. Production plan Strategic Financial Marketing Business plan plan plan Engineering plan </li> <li> 35. Production plan Given the objectives set by the strategic business plan, production management is concerned with the following: The Quantities of each product group that must be produced in each period. The Desired inventory levels. The resources of equipments, labor, material needed in each period. The Availability of resources needed. Production planners must device a plan to satisfy market demand within the resources available to the company. This w...</li></ul>