Goals

  • Create, maintain, and use material masters, Bills of Material (BOMs), Standard Routings (task lists) and Work Centers.
  • Participants will be tasked with creating master data, and demonstrating different approaches to modeling various manufacturing processes.

Audience

  • Project team members, super-users, users and consultants, responsible for the creation and management of material masters, bills of material (BOMs), routings (task lists) and work centers.

Prerequisites

Essential

  • PLM100 Business Processes in Life-Cycle Data Management or
  • SCM130 SAP R/3 Planning and Manufacturing Overview

Recommended

  • SAPPLM Overview of the SAPPLM solution or
  • SAPSCM Overview of the SAPSCM Solution

Course based on software release

  • SAP ERP Central Component 6.0

Content

  • Organizational data related to production planning and manufacturing
  • Creating material master data and views required to support discrete and repetitive manufacturing
  • Managing changes to the material master
  • Functions and features of bills of material (BOMs) in detail
    • Standard BOM Functions
    • Phantom Assemblies
    • Multiple and Variant BOMs
  • BOM maintenance and Reporting
  • Work center master data and views required to support discrete manufacturing
    • Capacity Data
    • Scheduling Data
  • Functions and features of discrete manufacturing Task lists (standard routings) in detail
    • Routing Sequences
    • Operational Details
    • Usage of Production Resources and Tools (PRTs)
  • Task list Maintenance and reporting
  • Managing master data changes with and without history
  • User Interfaces:
    • SAP GUI
    • Engineering Workbench
    • PLM Web User Interface (New)

Notes

  • Configuration of master data will be included in the participant manual as self-study materials
  • The content covered in this course is appropriate for users on the following SAP software releases:
    • R/3 4.6C
    • R/3 Enterprise (4.7)
    • ERP 2004 (ECC 5.0)
  • Demonstrations and hands-on exercises are conducted using an ERP 6.0 (ECC 6.0 Enhancement Package 5) system.