Purchase Process and Flow<br />SyddanskUniversitet, TechnisheFakultet<br />Prepared by KirilIliev<br />
Presentation Roadmap<br />Access Purchase ledger and Purchase module<br />Interconnectivity between the Purchase database ...
Access Purchase ledger<br />
Purchase order database and other databases<br />
Create new Purchase order<br />Create new Purchase order<br /><ul><li>Create the new order (CTRL + N) within the respectiv...
Define vendor parameters (automatically retrieved from the Vendors database)
Add “lines” (items) within the purchase order (automatically retrieved from the item master)
Process the order</li></li></ul><li>Purchase order flow<br />Open a new purchase order<br />Delivery Note<br />Invoice<br />
Planned Purchase order flow<br /><ul><li>Calculated by the MRP
Firm the purchase order
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  • Here I will talk about why these DBs are connected. Why Purchases retrieves data from the Items, Vendors, Planned orders databases.In addition, I will give explain what will happen with already existing order, and a new order, if the Cost Group property of an item is changed in the slide 5.
  • In a typical environment the following sales order is considered…If the operator skips the first step, the system would notify him/her during the second step that the requested items are not On Hand, and will not process the order to another status, i.e. it will leave it as Open Order.
  • I will explain the differences in these methods and where each method is appropriate to be used.Explain the case study with the MRP
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    1. 1. Purchase Process and Flow<br />SyddanskUniversitet, TechnisheFakultet<br />Prepared by KirilIliev<br />
    2. 2. Presentation Roadmap<br />Access Purchase ledger and Purchase module<br />Interconnectivity between the Purchase database and the other modules<br />Creating new Purchase order<br />Purchase order flow<br />Firm future purchase orders<br />Case study<br />
    3. 3. Access Purchase ledger<br />
    4. 4. Purchase order database and other databases<br />
    5. 5. Create new Purchase order<br />Create new Purchase order<br /><ul><li>Create the new order (CTRL + N) within the respective database
    6. 6. Define vendor parameters (automatically retrieved from the Vendors database)
    7. 7. Add “lines” (items) within the purchase order (automatically retrieved from the item master)
    8. 8. Process the order</li></li></ul><li>Purchase order flow<br />Open a new purchase order<br />Delivery Note<br />Invoice<br />
    9. 9. Planned Purchase order flow<br /><ul><li>Calculated by the MRP
    10. 10. Firm the purchase order
    11. 11. Process the order regularly through the “Purchase order” database</li></li></ul><li>MRP methods used in purchase orders<br />The current setup has three main coverage methods:<br />MRP method<br />Min/Max method<br />Period method<br />
    12. 12. Case Study<br />You are a part of a company’s logistics and purchase department. The engineering department has put in inquiry of 10 Bike Touring items<br />Inspect the needed required items for the BOM item “Bike Touring” and process a purchase order following the instructions from the document<br />Follow the recommendations of Josh<br />Josh from marketing asks you to make changes on item number 9020 and process a purchase order. Refer to the supplementary document for more information<br />The management requires you to enter the system a sales order, make changes to the coverage method of some items, and run the MRP for this particular items. Refer to the supplementary document for more information<br />
    13. 13. KirilIliev<br />kiili10@student.sdu.dk<br />http://dk.linkedin.com/in/kirililiev<br />
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