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Oracle Warehouse Management System(Oracle WMS)@ERP OCEAN

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Oracle Warehouse Management System(Oracle WMS)@ERP OCEAN

  1. 1. ORACLE WAREHOUSE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (WMS) BY-Prashant
  2. 2. Oracle Warehouse Management
  3. 3. Inbound Internal Processing Outbound • Purchases • Mfg / Assembly • Transfers • Outside Processing • Customer Shipments • Vendor Returns • Transfers • Outside Processing • Pick • Pack • Inspection • Count • Assembly • Storage • Move • Replenish Warehouse Management At-a-Glance
  4. 4. Transaction Velocity / VolumeSmall Large Product/OrderComplexity Low Manual Inventory Record transactions and track balances RF / Barcode Only Improve accuracy and reduce latency of existing transactions High Warehouse Management Implement a true “execution system” using system directed tasks and task management Highly Automated Facilities Automate physical inventory handling Warehousing Functionality Spectrum
  5. 5. Just-in-Time Delivery • How can I improve the speed of warehouse operations? • How do I integrate operations to reduce order processing time? Guaranteed Availability • How can I improve order promise accuracy? • How do I create a global view of inventory? One Size Fits One • How can I manage SKU proliferation? • How do I ensure labeling compliance? Lowest Total Cost • Where can I reduce inventory while maintaining high fill rates? • How do I improve labor efficiency? Internal Processing Inbound Outbound Business Pressures
  6. 6. Warehouse System 1 ManufacturingProcurement Order Management Warehouse System 2 Warehouse System N RF Middleware RF Middleware RF Middleware Integration and Operation Complexity, Localized Solutions Operational Challenges
  7. 7. How Delivers Oracle
  8. 8. • Eliminate Integration • Reduce Cost and Complexity • Reduce Risk and Upgrade Issues • Eliminate Problems with Reconciliation • Simplify Support Support for the Integrated Enterprise Built-In, Not Bolt-On Functionality MSCA & Warehouse Management Service Finance Planning Procurement Manufacturing Fulfillment
  9. 9. Apps / Database RF Base Station SQL NetTelnet Over TCP/IPRF Device Built-in RF Middleware Built-in Mobile User Interface Mobile Transaction Server Oracle Mobile Supply Chain Apps (MSCA) Support Basic Warehousing Needs… Moves, Issues, Returns, Scrap, Completions, … Quality Collections, Specifications, … Misc. Transactions, Transfers, Counts, … Pick, Confirm, Ship, Confirm, Print, … Direct, Std, Inspect, Cross-Dock, Print, … Mobile Manufacturing Mobile Quality Mobile Receiving Mobile Inventory Mobile Shipping LAN or WAN
  10. 10. WMS Installed, WMS Organization • LPNs • Cost Groups • Rules • Tasks • Cartonization • Exception Workflows What Do I get with . . . MSCA • Mobile User Interfaces for • Inventory • Receiving • Shipping • Manufacturing • Quality • Labeling
  11. 11. WMS Terminologies • Warehouses • Palletized / Non palletized • LPN • Pallets • Sub inventory • Locator • MWA Client • Inv Org architecture • HHT • HHT Shortcut keys • Label Printer • Label file(XML) • Label Format • Custom field for label • Printer assignment with business flows • Inbound • Mobile receiving • Desktop receiving • Put away • Subinv/locator Barcoding • Delimiter • Rules for Putaway • Rules Workbench • Strategies • Releasing rule(OM) • Warehouse Control board • LPN packing/splitting • LPN Movement • Sub inv transfer with LPN / without LPN • Mobile pages Vs FMB • Out Bound • Reservation and pick release • Rules for picking • Pick release • Pick Slip report • Task • Pick Slip • Load & Drop • Staging • Manual Picking(Paper based picking) • Task based picking • Docks • Cross Docking • Dock scheduling • Ship confirm- Quick Ship
  12. 12. The Oracle Warehouse Management functionality spans the supply chain inventory management spectrum
  13. 13. LPN - license plate number •A license plate number is a unique identifier for a collection of items in a single location. LPNs store their contents, including item, revision, lot and serial numbers, and the quantities. •LPNs also store their current location including organization, subinventory and locator
  14. 14. Mobile User InterfaceTelnet MWA Client
  15. 15. Overview of the Rules Engine•The rules engine provides a repository for restrictions and business policies •You can base rules on nearly any attribute in the database, including user-defined flexfields.
  16. 16. Strategy Window
  17. 17. Rules Workbench
  18. 18. Simulator
  19. 19. Seamless Integration Oracle Warehouse Management Solution …or Provide a Complete Warehouse Execution System RTVs Orders Transfers RMAs Purchases Transfers Tailorable Rules & Workflow ProcessGlobal Visibility RF Support Planning Manufacturing FulfillmentPurchasing Inspect Receive Ship Pack Directed Pick Cost Assemble WIP Issues Transfer Count Move Replen- ish Label Cross Dock Putaway
  20. 20. Rules-Driven Processes Flexibly Meet Needs without Customization User Defined Strategies & Rules (e.g. > 30 Days Shelf Life) Transaction (e.g. Pick) Suggestions (e.g. LPNs or Locators) • Eliminates customizations • Supports common tool with examples • Easily changed and evolved • Improves ROI and ongoing support • Accelerates implementation • Increases long-term flexibility Support for: Directed Picking, Directed Put-away, Tasks Assignment, Costing, Labeling
  21. 21. Consolidation Warehouses
  22. 22. • Support Numerous Types and Variations of Labels - LPN, LPN content, LPN summary, material, serial, location, shipping, shipping contents, WIP contents • Flexible to Meet Your Business Needs - Design and rendering choices - Highly flexible configuration - Adapts to changing requirements • Data Transmitted via XML directly to printer or via middleware of choice Print at the Right Time in the Correct Format Automated Compliance Labeling Meet Customer Specific Requirements
  23. 23. Container and LPN* Support • Supports Infinite Nesting Levels • Perform Complex Moves via a Single Scan • Fully Integrated with ASNs Improves Efficiency, Accuracy, and Tracking Barcode Support • Automatically Track All Related Product Information • Capture All Information with a Single Scan Reduces Cycle Time & Improves Accuracy Single Unique Number for All Information Multiple Packages and Products = *License Plate Number Barcode & License Plate # Support Perform Complex Inventory Transactions
  24. 24. ShipDropPut-AwayDeliverInspect Cross-Dock Inventory Direct Ship Pick Pick Release Receive Direct Receipt • Configurable flows • Express ASN receipt • Cross-docking • Express picks & load • Direct ship • Adjust implementation to business • Accelerate receiving process • Reduce handling and inventory • Increase operator efficiency • Support lean mfg processes Cross-Dock and Direct Ship Selectively Accelerate Warehouse Material Flow
  25. 25. (1) Load of pallets and / or cartons with RFID tags on each (2) Drive load through RFID Reader in Receiving Dock (3) Interface to readers, clean and filter data, then pass IDs to application (4) Access objects associated with the ID's (e.g. LPN's on ASN) then raise correct Business Event (6) Process the Business Event, (e.g. Receipt of pallet or carton) (5) Access associated source document (e.g. the PO’s ASN) (7) Confirm success or failure (e.g. trigger green light or sound buzzer) (8) Putaway, rescan or divert material RFID-Initiated Shipping & Receiving Process Transactions with No Manual Intervention RFID Middleware (Oracle AS) RFID Event Processor Application APIs Response & Exception Handling
  26. 26. Directed Picking and Put Away Automatically Suggest Optimal Locators  Slot dynamically based on velocity, size, etc.  Control hazardous materials / co-mingling  Handle task exceptions with reason codes • Optimize the use of storage locations • Minimize inventory fragmentation • Reduce chance of obsolescence Receipt Business Logic Locator Locator Locator Pick Resource Utilization
  27. 27. Palletized Warehouse and Barcode Printer
  28. 28. Performance Management Tools Proactively Manage Warehouse Performance  View current status, perform transactions and calculate availability via Materials Workbench  Monitor and refine facility activity via Control Board  Provide real-time status with active alerts and notification messaging  Keep key personnel informed with multiple reporting options
  29. 29. WMS and Service / Spares Integrate all Inventory Transactions  Provide a single, common view of all inventory  Integrate and manage internal and field inventory locations  Consolidate / coordinate all field requests to maximize DC efficiency Regional / Field Warehouses Field Technician Stock Distribution Center Service / Spares Mgmt Warehouse Mgmt Manage high volume DC operations (pick, pack and ship) with WMS and leverage internal orders to release parts to the field
  30. 30. Inventory Management Warehouse Management Mobile Supply Chain Applications Logistics Intelligence Develop Market Sell Order Plan Procure Make Fulfill Service Maintain Finance HR Projects Contracts Oracle Warehouse Management Products Customers, Suppliers, Products, …
  31. 31. Support Lower Total Cost of Ownership Increase Warehouse Efficiency Integrate WMS Throughout the Enterprise Oracle Warehouse Management
  32. 32. Core Topics of Training
  33. 33. Rules Setup
  34. 34. How to retrieve the Rules package  Select * from wms_rules  select * from all_objects where object_name like '%10095‘  Here 10095 is rule ID(retrieved from first query)  WMS_RULE_10095 : this is the name of package that will be created automatically once you save the Rule.

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