Your SlideShare is downloading. ×
0
Open ERP for production planning
Open ERP for production planning
Open ERP for production planning
Open ERP for production planning
Open ERP for production planning
Open ERP for production planning
Open ERP for production planning
Open ERP for production planning
Open ERP for production planning
Open ERP for production planning
Open ERP for production planning
Open ERP for production planning
Open ERP for production planning
Open ERP for production planning
Open ERP for production planning
Open ERP for production planning
Open ERP for production planning
Open ERP for production planning
Open ERP for production planning
Open ERP for production planning
Open ERP for production planning
Open ERP for production planning
Open ERP for production planning
Open ERP for production planning
Open ERP for production planning
Open ERP for production planning
Open ERP for production planning
Open ERP for production planning
Open ERP for production planning
Open ERP for production planning
Open ERP for production planning
Open ERP for production planning
Open ERP for production planning
Open ERP for production planning
Open ERP for production planning
Open ERP for production planning
Open ERP for production planning
Open ERP for production planning
Open ERP for production planning
Open ERP for production planning
Open ERP for production planning
Open ERP for production planning
Open ERP for production planning
Open ERP for production planning
Open ERP for production planning
Open ERP for production planning
Open ERP for production planning
Open ERP for production planning
Open ERP for production planning
Open ERP for production planning
Open ERP for production planning
Open ERP for production planning
Open ERP for production planning
Open ERP for production planning
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×

Thanks for flagging this SlideShare!

Oops! An error has occurred.

×
Saving this for later? Get the SlideShare app to save on your phone or tablet. Read anywhere, anytime – even offline.
Text the download link to your phone
Standard text messaging rates apply

Open ERP for production planning

15,856

Published on

Brief introduction to production planning management under Open ERP for international students of the International Bachelor in Information Management Programa. Deusto University is taking part in …

Brief introduction to production planning management under Open ERP for international students of the International Bachelor in Information Management Programa. Deusto University is taking part in that program, besides of Tilburg University in Netherlands and Bentley University in Boston, MA, USA.

Published in: Education
1 Comment
8 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Jogando.net/mu - 05

    Olá, venho divulgar o melhor servidor de MU on-line do
    Brasil.
    -Season 6 Ep. 3 em todos os Servers. Sendo 7 servers diferenciados proporcionando sua diversão,
    VEJA ALGUMAS NOVIDADES :
    - NOVOS KITS : DEVASTATOR e SUPREMO DIAMOND V2 com Rings e Pendat Mysthical ;
    - Novos Shields Power v3 18 opts;
    - Novas Asas, Rings e Shields JDiamonds;
    - Novas compras com troca de asas e shields para asas e shields JDiamond.
    - Conheça também o site de Animes Cloud: http://www.animescloud.com, mais de 20.000 videos online.
    - Eventos e promoçoes DIA DAS CRIANÇAS diversao para todos na Jogando.net
    * JDIAMONDS EM DOBRO
    * jCASHS EM DOBRO
    * COMCORRA A UM IPAD
    * E DIVERSOS PREMIOS
    ENTRE JÁ NO SITE : http://www.jogando.net/mu/ >> CADASTRE-SE E GANHE 5 DIAS DE VIP
       Reply 
    Are you sure you want to  Yes  No
    Your message goes here
No Downloads
Views
Total Views
15,856
On Slideshare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
3
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
1,073
Comments
1
Likes
8
Embeds 0
No embeds

Report content
Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
No notes for slide

Transcript

  • 1. OpenERP for Production Planning OpenERP: Open Source Business Application Alex Rayón Jerez © 2011 Atlantis – IBIM Program at the University of Deusto 29th of March 2011 Atlantis – IBIM Program at the University of Deusto – OpenERP for Production Planning
  • 2. Main objectives For any person or/and any organization, this brief presentation about the Open Source Business Application OpenERP will permit students know how this enterprise resource planning tool allows any given company to plan its production There are so many modules within OpenERP, but we are just going to focus on two of them: manufacturing (allows you to manage your supply chain in a complete and accurate way) and warehouse management (llows multi- warehouse management and is based on hierarchical locations structure, from warehouses to storage bins) Atlantis – IBIM Program at the University of Deusto – OpenERP for Production Planning
  • 3. Table of contents Installation and initial setup Architecture Warehouse management Manufacturing Atlantis – IBIM Program at the University of Deusto – OpenERP for Production Planning
  • 4. Installation and initial setupThe basic install of OpenERP, including all its components, should nottake more than 30 minutes under any compatible environement (Windows,GNU/Linux or Mac). Just few steps to takeBasically, initial installation is summarized in two basic steps: 1) Install and configuration of the database server in some of the computation nodes (Windows, GNU/Linux or Mac) 2) There are two alternatives to interact with the database of OpenERP: Install a web server that can later be used in any web client Install a desktop client Developed under GTK (cross-platform widget toolkit for creating graphical user interfaces) Atlantis – IBIM Program at the University of Deusto – OpenERP for Production Planning 4
  • 5. ArchitectureAtlantis – IBIM Program at the University of Deusto – OpenERP for Production Planning 5
  • 6. Warehouse management IntroductionThe warehouse and logistics management in OpenERP allows multi-warehousemanagement and it is based on hierarchical locations structure, from warehouses tostorage binsThe unique double entry inventory system, allows you to manage your own internallocations as well as external locations like customers, suppliers or manufacturinginventoriesIt includes: Warehouse management Traceability Inventory control Products Automatic Procurements Reporting Atlantis – IBIM Program at the University of Deusto – OpenERP for Production Planning 6
  • 7. Warehouse management Warehouse managementThe Incoming Shipments represent all suppliers’ orders to be received, generated by thepurchase orders confirmations. The system allows you to manage back orders, automated inventory valuation, serial numbers, quality control, etc. By default, you get one incoming shipment by purchase order, but you can also use the menu “Incoming Products” to manage reception control by orders lines (in case of multi orders reception).The Internal Moves represent internal products moved between several locations in yourwarehouses. OpenERP creates some internal moves automatically, according tospecifications defined on the product or on the location form, but you are also allowed tocreate them manually for any re-organization purpose inside your warehouses. OutgoingPackings shows packings that will leave the warehouse. These packings are generated by all confirmed sale orders and can be in two statuses: confirmed or available. A package is in the state “confirmed” when the operation is confirmed but the products are not available on hand. Atlantis – IBIM Program at the University of Deusto – OpenERP for Production Planning 7
  • 8. Warehouse management Warehouse management (II)Delivery Orders According to the logistic flows configuration, you can process customerorders in one, two or more operations. OpenERP proposes a delivery flow in: One step “Outgoing Packing”: meaning the products are sent in one stock move: directly from your stock to your customer location Two steps “Outgoing Packing” then “Delivery Order”: meaning the products are sent in two stock moves: first the packing preparation, in case of quality control before sending the packing to the customer, and then the packing deliveryYet you can also define your own logistics flow, according to your needs Atlantis – IBIM Program at the University of Deusto – OpenERP for Production Planning 8
  • 9. Warehouse management Warehouse management (III)Atlantis – IBIM Program at the University of Deusto – OpenERP for Production Planning 9
  • 10. Warehouse management TraceabilityStock Moves. You can track all inventory transactions made in the past or planned in thefuture. Every transaction goes from one location to another, one due to the double entryinventory management of OpenERP. From the product form, you can also obtain thefuture stock forecast.Tracking Lots are used to track logistical units which can be containers for a set ofproducts, for example. Every transaction line can belong to one tracking lot that refers tothe related box, the pallet or the container. You can get the complete upstream ordownstream traceability for each tracking lot.With Production Lots (usually identified by bar codes stuck on the products) you canefficiently track a single product (in this case, its often called Serial number) or a set ofsimilar products. You can specify the production lot on every product used in theinventory transactions. You can get the complete upstream or downstream traceability foreach production lot. Atlantis – IBIM Program at the University of Deusto – OpenERP for Production Planning 10
  • 11. Warehouse management Inventory controlThe Location Structure menu opens the warehouses structure within your physicallocations, partner locations and virtual locations. By a simple click on a location, you can get a complete inventory location analysis, for a specified period.Periodical Inventories: You can create your yearly inventory as well as intermediateinventories, for all your products or only for a specific location. OpenERP give you theflexibility to start your inventory from scratch or to get quantities from the system andthen change them after checking the actual stock quantity. Atlantis – IBIM Program at the University of Deusto – OpenERP for Production Planning 11
  • 12. Warehouse management ProductsIn OpenERP, a product is an item you can buy and sell. It can be a raw material, astockable product, a consumable or a service. The procurement logistic is managed on the product form (MTS/MTO, ...). The linked locations functionality allows locations to be linked between each other, to define paths followed by products (logistics rules). Atlantis – IBIM Program at the University of Deusto – OpenERP for Production Planning 12
  • 13. Warehouse management Automatic procurementsMinimum Stock rules will help you to avoid out of stock situations. You can specify the minimum (security stock) and maximum stock quantity that you want to maintain. When the stock level will reach the minimum limit, it will automatically re-order the right quantity to reach the maximum level you specified. The system will automatically create a purchase order that will just need to be confirmed by the purchaser. Atlantis – IBIM Program at the University of Deusto – OpenERP for Production Planning 13
  • 14. Warehouse management ReportingInventory Valuation is a report that contains the monetary value of your stock quantity,for each location of your warehouses structure, and for your real as well as virtual stockInventory by location gives you a report of the product quantities by locationDates of Latest inventories by product report give you the list of all inventories by dateand product for any control purpose Atlantis – IBIM Program at the University of Deusto – OpenERP for Production Planning 14
  • 15. Warehouse management From supplier to customerAtlantis – IBIM Program at the University of Deusto – OpenERP for Production Planning 15
  • 16. Warehouse management StocksAtlantis – IBIM Program at the University of Deusto – OpenERP for Production Planning 16
  • 17. Warehouse management Basic logistics configurationAtlantis – IBIM Program at the University of Deusto – OpenERP for Production Planning 17
  • 18. Warehouse managementLogistics configuration in a multi-company environment Atlantis – IBIM Program at the University of Deusto – OpenERP for Production Planning 18
  • 19. Warehouse management Import/ExportAtlantis – IBIM Program at the University of Deusto – OpenERP for Production Planning 19
  • 20. Warehouse management WarehousesAtlantis – IBIM Program at the University of Deusto – OpenERP for Production Planning 20
  • 21. Warehouse management SchedulingAtlantis – IBIM Program at the University of Deusto – OpenERP for Production Planning 21
  • 22. Warehouse management Management of lots and traceabilityAtlantis – IBIM Program at the University of Deusto – OpenERP for Production Planning 22
  • 23. Warehouse management Management by journalAtlantis – IBIM Program at the University of Deusto – OpenERP for Production Planning 23
  • 24. Warehouse management Advanced elements of Stock ManagementAtlantis – IBIM Program at the University of Deusto – OpenERP for Production Planning 24
  • 25. Manufacturing IntroductionManufacturing in OpenERP allows you to manage your supply chain in a complete andaccurate wayYou can manage resources like human resources or machinesYou will be able to create multi-level bills of materials and their corresponding routingfor assembling or manufacturing finished productsA scheduler tool will then deliver the planning and will launch all manufacturing ordersand purchase orders when necessaryA control system will inform you in case of problems during the supply process Remember Icelands volcanos case?Finally, you can analyse your supply chain efficiency thanks to a list of useful reports Atlantis – IBIM Program at the University of Deusto – OpenERP for Production Planning 25
  • 26. Manufacturing Introduction (II)It includes: Resources Master Data Planning Manufacturing Control Atlantis – IBIM Program at the University of Deusto – OpenERP for Production Planning 26
  • 27. Manufacturing Introduction (III)Atlantis – IBIM Program at the University of Deusto – OpenERP for Production Planning 27
  • 28. Manufacturing ResourcesResources: OpenERP allows you to manage two types of resources; materials and humanresources. Resources are defined by their working time and/or their capacity (number ofoperations done in parallel in a work center, time to complete a production cycle). Working period allows you to define the period of activity by day.With Resources Leaves you can specify the days or periods of inactivity for anyresource. Atlantis – IBIM Program at the University of Deusto – OpenERP for Production Planning 28
  • 29. Manufacturing Master DataMaster Bills of Materials describe the list of raw materials or sub-products used to makea finished product The hierarchical structure allows you to manage multi-level bill of materials.Bills of materials components are components and sub-products used in Master bills ofmaterialsRoutings define the list of operations to be done in a work center to manufacture orassemble a given product One bill of material can be linked to one routing, which describes how to manufacture or assemble the productWork Centers are independent units within the manufacturing facility, consisting of oneor several people and/or machines Work centers are used for the purpose of forecasting and capacity planning Atlantis – IBIM Program at the University of Deusto – OpenERP for Production Planning 29
  • 30. Manufacturing PlanningCompute schedulers: the scheduler is the heart of the ERP system in terms of planning. It organizes manufacturing orders based on priorities (sub-products manufacturing, dates required, etc), launches purchase orders for missing components and assigns products in stock.The scheduler tool is usually planned to be launched automatically once a day This frequency can be adjusted depending on your companys sector and needs You can also run it manually should you need to Atlantis – IBIM Program at the University of Deusto – OpenERP for Production Planning 30
  • 31. Manufacturing ManufacturingManufacturing Orders describe the list of raw material that will be used for each stageof production Raw material can be consumed all at once or progressively during the production process In addition OpenERP provides scrap management. Partial production is also possibleThe procurement order will schedule a proposal for automatic procurement for theproduct which needs replenishment This procurement will start a task, either a purchase order form for the supplier, or a production order depending on the products configurationWork Orders are manufacturing operations required to produce or assemble products The different work orders will have different impacts on the costs of manufacturing and planning, depending on the available workload Atlantis – IBIM Program at the University of Deusto – OpenERP for Production Planning 31
  • 32. Manufacturing ControlProcurement Exceptions: in the MRP process, procurements orders are created tolaunch manufacturing orders, purchase orders, stock allocations, etc. Procurement orders are generated automatically by the system and unless there is a problem, the user will not be notifiedIn case of problems, the system will raise some procurement exceptions to inform theuser about blocking problems that need to be resolved manually (like, missing BoMstructure or missing supplier). Atlantis – IBIM Program at the University of Deusto – OpenERP for Production Planning 32
  • 33. Manufacturing ReportingWork Center Load is a projection of loads in a work center for a given a period The load is expressed in hours (for human resources) or cycles (for machines)Weekly Stock Value Variation enables you to track the evolution of the stock value,according to the level of manufacturing activities (consumption of raw materials,production of finished goods, added accounting value of stock) as they progress in thetransformation process. Atlantis – IBIM Program at the University of Deusto – OpenERP for Production Planning 33
  • 34. Manufacturing Management of ProductionAtlantis – IBIM Program at the University of Deusto – OpenERP for Production Planning 34
  • 35. Manufacturing Bills of MaterialsAtlantis – IBIM Program at the University of Deusto – OpenERP for Production Planning 35
  • 36. Manufacturing Bills of Materials (II)Atlantis – IBIM Program at the University of Deusto – OpenERP for Production Planning 36
  • 37. Manufacturing Multi-level Bills of MaterialsAtlantis – IBIM Program at the University of Deusto – OpenERP for Production Planning 37
  • 38. Manufacturing ManufacturingAtlantis – IBIM Program at the University of Deusto – OpenERP for Production Planning 38
  • 39. Manufacturing Workflow for Complete ProductionAtlantis – IBIM Program at the University of Deusto – OpenERP for Production Planning 39
  • 40. Manufacturing Workflow for Complete Production (II)Atlantis – IBIM Program at the University of Deusto – OpenERP for Production Planning 40
  • 41. Manufacturing Production order in detailAtlantis – IBIM Program at the University of Deusto – OpenERP for Production Planning 41
  • 42. Manufacturing SchedulingAtlantis – IBIM Program at the University of Deusto – OpenERP for Production Planning 42
  • 43. Manufacturing Calculation of lead timesAtlantis – IBIM Program at the University of Deusto – OpenERP for Production Planning 43
  • 44. Manufacturing Calculation of lead times (II)Atlantis – IBIM Program at the University of Deusto – OpenERP for Production Planning 44
  • 45. Manufacturing OperationsAtlantis – IBIM Program at the University of Deusto – OpenERP for Production Planning 45
  • 46. Manufacturing Events and barcodesAtlantis – IBIM Program at the University of Deusto – OpenERP for Production Planning 46
  • 47. Manufacturing Treatment of exceptionsAtlantis – IBIM Program at the University of Deusto – OpenERP for Production Planning 47
  • 48. Manufacturing Manual procurementsAtlantis – IBIM Program at the University of Deusto – OpenERP for Production Planning 48
  • 49. Manufacturing Manual procurements (II)Atlantis – IBIM Program at the University of Deusto – OpenERP for Production Planning 49
  • 50. Manufacturing Management of waste and secondary productsAtlantis – IBIM Program at the University of Deusto – OpenERP for Production Planning 50
  • 51. Manufacturing Management of repairsAtlantis – IBIM Program at the University of Deusto – OpenERP for Production Planning 51
  • 52. ReferencesWeb sitesOpenERP Open Source Business Applications http://www.openerp.com/OpenERP Book http://doc.openerp.com/v6.0/book/index.html#books-linkManufacturing module http://www.openerp.com/products/manufacturingWarehouse management module http://www.openerp.com/products/wms Atlantis – IBIM Program at the University of Deusto – OpenERP for Production Planning
  • 53. Copyright (c) 2011 Alex Rayón JerezThis work (but the quoted images, whose rights are reserved to their owners*) is licensed under the Creative Commons “Attribution-ShareAlike” License. To view a copy of this license, visit http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ * Atlantis – IBIM Program at the University of Deusto – OpenERP for Production Planning
  • 54. Profesor: Ing. Alex Rayón Jerez Bilbao, March 2011 Facultad de Ingeniería, ESIDE Universidad de DeustoDepartamento de Tecnologías Industriales, Facultad de Ingeniería, Universidad de Deusto Avda. de las Universidades, 24, 48007 Bilbao, País Vasco, España Alex Rayón Jerez alex.rayon@deusto.es To contact me, some other ways :-) http://alexrayon.es/alex-rayon-20/ Atlantis – IBIM Program at the University of Deusto – OpenERP for Production Planning

×