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Managing Your Supply Chain Using Microsoft Navision
This is a reprint of the summary chapter from the book Managing Your Supply Chain Using Microsoft Navision by Dr. Scott Hamilton.

HELPSAP.COM: ordered on amazon.com or books.mcgraw-hill.com . Design Factors Related to the User Interface The user interface within Microsoft Navision provides consistency across all windows that assists ease-of-learning and ease-of-use. In addition, a graphical user interface supports user-defined work flows so that a user can select the desired step and access the relevant window. A few illustrations are provided below about the basic types of windows comprising the user interface. Card versus List Format . Records
7/5/2005

Sales and Operations PlanningPart One: Identifying and Forecasting Demand
An effective sales and operations planning game plan results in fewer stock-outs, shorter delivery lead-times, higher on-time shipping percentages, a manageable amount of expediting, and improved customer service. Several guidelines are suggested to improve a firm's sales and operations planning process and the effectiveness of each product's game plan.This is an excerpt from the book Managing Your Supply Chain Using Microsoft Navision.

HELPSAP.COM: ordered on amazon.com or books.mcgraw-hill.com . Identifying Demands Sales orders identify actual demands. Actual demands may drive all supply chain activities when the visibility of future sales orders exceeds the cumulative lead-time to obtain and ship a product. However, actual demands must be anticipated when selling a product from inventory. One approach to stocking products in advance of sales orders involves a sales forecast, and the combination of sales forecast and sales orders defines demand for
12/11/2003

Sales and Operations PlanningPart Two: Common Scenarios
The nature of an S&OP game plan depends on several factors, such as the need to anticipate demand and the item's primary source of supply. Consideration of these factors can be illustrated with four common scenarios. This is an excerpt from the book Managing Your Supply Chain Using Microsoft Navision.

HELPSAP.COM: ordered on amazon.com or books.mcgraw-hill.com. Scenario #3: S&OP for a Completely Make-to-Order Product The S&OP approach for a completely make-to-order product focuses on sales orders, often preceded by a sales quote. For sales orders, a projected shipment date can be calculated using capable-to-promise logic when the product s bills and routings have been defined. In some cases, information about the product s bills and routing may not be completely defined at the time of sales order placement, or the
12/12/2003

Manufacturing Environments and Integration with Other Functions
This continues a reprint of the summary chapter from the book Managing Your Supply Chain Using Microsoft Navision by Dr. Scott Hamilton.

HELPSAP.COM: ordered on amazon.com or books.mcgraw-hill.com . Integration with Warehouse Management Integrated warehouse management functionality is already included, thereby avoiding the need for a supplemental application. It supports both order- and document-based approaches to warehouse management, and a natural growth path to more advanced functionality. For example, suggested put-aways can account for item characteristics (such as weight or cold storage requirements) as well as bin characteristics (such as weigh
7/6/2005

Sales and Operations PlanningPart Three: Game Plan Guidelines
Effective game plans lead to improved firm performance and bottom line results. Metrics include reductions in stock-outs, delivery lead-time, missed shipments, partial shipments, expediting efforts, and improvements in customer service. This is an excerpt from the book Managing Your Supply Chain Using Microsoft Navision.

HELPSAP.COM: ordered on amazon.com or books.mcgraw-hill.com. Case Studies Case #17: S&OP Simulations . Many firms require simulations to assess the impact of changing demands or supplies. Using multiple sets of forecast data to represent various scenarios and a designated set of forecast data for planning calculation purposes, the management team can analyze the impact of changing demands on material and capacity requirements. The management team can also analyze the impact of using only sales order demand (and ignori
12/13/2003


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