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
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 and the other modules<br />Creating new Purchase order<br />Purchase order flow<br />Firm future purchase orders<br />Case study<br />
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 />
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 />