The process doesn’t show you how to create a workflow diagram but will provide the understanding and big picture of the process flow. what is information corrected (1) Order request (2) Order creation (3) Availability (4) Machine reservation (5) Order release (6) Order print receipt (7) Material staging (8) Material withdrawal posting (9)Confirmation (10) WIP determination (11) Goods receipt (12) Variance calculation (13)Order settlement (14) Archiving /deleting (15) Execution closed
What is this means to you: Business example
Let assume that company X uses material requirements planning to create a manufacturing plant. if any master data such as Bill Of Material (BOM) is modified then Material Requirements Planning (MRP) needs to be rerun. The engineers of a company, changed the bill of material for the redesigned product after you run MRP. Therefore to ensure the correct manufacturing plan, you will need to rerun MRP. Based upon a new plan you will convert planned order into production order and familiarize yourself with the order structure. You will release the order confirmations. You will release the order, enter goods issue transactions, and perform order confirmations. To be able to analyze the manufacturing data you will run reports using the order information systems. You need to design a new system or improve the legacy system and redesign using BPMN ARIS EXPRESS, VISIO, EPC, SIPOC feel free to contact us.
SALES AND DISTRIBUTION: INTEGRATION
The process doesn’t give you the Business Process modeling or the really flow chart /workflow diagram but will provide a big picture of the flow of information. Sales and Distribution start with financial accounting, Profitability analysis Sales, Material Management, Warehouse Management, Project Systems, Production planning, Sales Information systems, the sales department planner depend on company sales agreement and distribution integration with a variety of other modules. Company X manages customer orders from initial requests for a product to the receipt and posting of customer payment as part of the customer order management cycle.
To begin with, cycle company X typically enters customer orders which contain customer and product information as well as delivery schedules. Order entry personnel uses the information to advise customers about prices and delivery dates before they confirm an order. Here sales and distribution integrate with materials management for availability checking. Make to order product Sales and Distributions integrate with production planning so that the product is made to satisfy the customer order requirement. Delivery and billing processing both integrate with project systems. for more information meet our team for designing Business Process Modeling for the above specific module.