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  1. Simplify Traceability Analysis with the Batch Information Cockpit in ECC 6.0

    Learn how to use the SAP Batch Information Cockpit (BIC) to perform top-down and bottom-up batch traceability. The BIC offers a number of functionalities to end users that can be used without opening multiple sessions. Key Concept The SAP Batch Information Cockpit (BIC) provides a central tool to analyze all the batch use within a...…

  2. How to Prepare for Full DSCSA Traceability

    Discover how the FDA’s Drug Supply Chain Security Act (DSCSA) impacts pharmaceuticals. Understand compliance considerations, data exchange, interoperability, serialization, and more for November 27, 2023, deadline. Download our DSCSA Compliance Checklist for full traceability preparation. Engineering Industries Excellence offers Movilitas.Cloud for easy serialization and compliance, ensuring regulatory adherence and increased supply chain visibility.

  3. Requirements Management and Traceability for Implementations

    D. Russell Sloan explores different techniques for managing requirements and creating traceability of requirements to test cases. Learn how to create a traceability matrix using document links as well as a technique using customer attributes. Key Concept In the context of a solution implementation, traceability is the following of the life of a requirement from...…

  4. N:N Batch Traceability on a Production Order Using WIP Batches

    Learn how to activate a work in process (WIP) batch and how to use it achieve an N:N batch traceability on a single production order. See how to activate the WIP batch functionality and the necessary customizing settings to use it. Key Concept The work in process (WIP) batch is used to keep the batch...…

  5. How to Use SAP Global Batch Traceability to Meet Your Genealogy Reporting Requirements

    Tracking materials across the supply chain is becoming an important requirement in many industries to enable efficient recall in case of a problem, to prevent counterfeiting of materials, and to meet compliance and regulatory standards. This has become critical for industries such as pharmaceutical, tobacco, food, chemical, and automotive. SAP Global Batch Traceability (SAP GBT)...…

  6. An interview with GS1 US: What does the future hold for supply chains?

    Many business leaders were holding out hope that supply chains would recover as the effects of the pandemic recede. However, a recent White House report argued that supply chain disruption is here for the foreseeable future.

  7. Best Practices for Managing the Food Supply Chain

    ManagementThe food supply chain one of the largest industries in the world. It provides employment to millions of people directly or indirectly. It is also one of the industries that has seen a high use of SAP solutions. Take a look at the challenges this industry is facing and the functionalities that SAP provides to...…

  8. Leverage Batch Derivation to Optimize Batch Traceability

    Learn how to efficiently transfer a batch’s characteristics values from the sender material’s batches to the receiver material’s batches to save time and cost. Implementing batch derivation eliminates the need to manually enter characteristics data, while automatically preventing redundant or even incorrect data entry. Key Concept Batch derivation is an efficient and effective way to...…

  9. Meeting Demand with a Constrained Supply Using Product Allocation in SAP APO Global ATP

    Learn the process flow of how product allocation can be used in SAP Advanced Planning and Optimization (SAP APO) Global available-to-promise (Global ATP) to meet customer requirements by managing the supply of scarce products. The system can perform availability checks in conjunction with product allocation checks. Key Concept Availability checks, also known as available-to-promise (ATP),...…

  10. How a Co-Product Differs from a By-Product

    Understand the difference between a co-product and a by-product in production processes. Walk through both options and see the pros and cons of each. Key Concept In addition to the main material made during the production process of semi-finished or finished goods, additional products often are produced. These additionally produced materials can either be used...…