Demand Driven Planning – Dynamic Adjustment – Step 3

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  1. Demand Driven Planning – Buffer Management – Step 2

    In SAP ECC 6.0, it is now possible to use demand-driven planning logic with the help of SAP consulting solutions. There are several options for buffer profile and buffer level calculation. The first article on demand driven planning discussed the Demand Driven Planning logic in SAP ECC or SAP S/4HANA using SCM consulting solutions, which…
  2. Increase Load Performance by Buffering Number Ranges

    Reading time: 8 mins

    Learn how number range buffering can improve the performance of your SAP NetWeaver BI or SAP BW system. Key Concept By buffering the number ranges, the system reduces the number of database reads to the NRIV table, thus speeding up large data loads. The SAP BW system uses number ranges when loading master data or…...…
  3. Create Fail-Safe Composite Applications by Implementing Foolproof Error-Handling Mechanisms in SAP MII

    Discover how to handle various error scenarios while developing composite applications in SAP Manufacturing Integration and Intelligence (SAP MII). Learn the new exception handling and transaction handling techniques in SAP MII. Key Concept Exception handling and SQL transaction support are two techniques that are part of the newer versions of SAP Manufacturing Integration and Intelligence…...…
  4. Real-Time Supply Chain Planning with Demand-Driven MRP in SAP S/4HANA

    Learn how to use the new demand-driven material requirements planning (DDMRP) method to decouple the lead time. It minimizes the bullwhip effect to achieve real-time supply chain planning in SAP S/4HANA. Key Concept The demand-driven material requirements planning (DDMRP) concept was introduced in SAP S/4 HANA 1709. DDMRP is a new planning method introduced by…...…
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    Demand Driven Planning – Dynamic Adjustment – Step 3

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    Buffers need to be re-calculated dynamically if material, market or company-related parameters change. This can be done with the consulting solution safety stock and buffer simulation. Buffers must be recalculated if the average daily usage changes and changed daily, weekly, or monthly depending on the analysis period. If the average daily usage is calculated based…
  6. Ask the Financials Expert: Avoid Confusion by Eliminating Gaps in Number Ranges

    All SAP objects such as master data or transactional data are assigned in SAP to number ranges. Users experience number skips from time to time. Learn why these gaps occur and how to avoid them. Dear SAP Financials Expert, Thanks for your article in FI/CO Expert on aligning the MM and FI document numbers (May…...…
  7. Demand-Driven Planning for S/4HANA and ERP

    Demand-driven replenishment, demand-driven planning, or demand-driven MRP help in efficiently planning and managing supply chains based on customer demand, as opposed to traditional MRP procedures. DDP decouples material flows, makes them less vulnerable to supply chain disruptions, and ensures the availability of relevant products through dynamically managed buffers. In this article, know how decoupling material…
  8. Demand-Driven Planning – Step 4 – Demand Driven MRP (DDMRP)

    Demand-driven Material Requirements Planning (DDMRP) is a modern approach to supply chain management that focuses on meeting customer demand efficiently while minimizing inventory costs. Unlike traditional Material Requirements Planning (MRP) systems, which rely on forecasted demand and fixed lead times, DDMRP uses actual customer demand signals to drive replenishment decisions in real time. By continuously…
  9. Demand Driven Planning – Strategic Inventory Positioning – Step 1

    SAP offers consulting solutions to enable strategic inventory positioning, the first step in demand-driven planning. For this, organizations can use the consulting solution "MRP Monitor" to detect which of the materials should be buffered. MRP monitor is an integral component of the SCM Consulting Solutions and serves as an add-on program to the SAP ERP…
  10. 7 Steps for a Successful E-Commerce Go-Live

    Find out the seven steps you should take to avoid common oversights that can set back your SAP E-Commerce for mySAP CRM implementation. Key Concept SAP E-Commerce is a mySAP CRM tool that allows you to interact with customers on the Internet. SAP E-Commerce encompasses four main areas (E-Marketing, E-Selling, E-Service, and E-Analytics) to help…...…