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Unfortunately, many companies today make promises to customers without knowing if they can actually meet the demand. Global Available to Promise (gATP) is often considered the most difficult to explain and, as a result, the most difficult module to understand when to implement and what to expect when you do.
SAP Global Available to Promise (gATP) is a powerful tool that allows you to have the system look anywhere in the supply chain you have designated for available product, in real-time. GATP can give you the world at your fingertips.
This session will cover key things to consider when setting up the logic on what you want to see, when you want to see it, and how to establish a logical flow to best suit your needs without creating too much complexity.
Sharon Nelson and Charlie MacMaster, combine over 30 years of SAP experience to discuss the capabilities of ATP, gATP, their similarities and differences, how SD and gATP work together, explore the concept of availability vs. global visibility and building a logic to capitalize on both.
Key take-a-ways will include:
• How to know if gATP is a fit for your organization
• Understanding how gATP interacts with ECC, PP/DS and other APO Components
• Overview of different Types of ATP checks and sequences
• What materials, products, regions should be "checked" in gATP
• When and where people must engage beyond the system
• How to define rules in gATP for what you want and really need