Credit control area
Bill of material
Bills of material
How many units of a material are needed
Where the finished goods are to be shipped
What materials are needed
Where the raw materials are stored
When the materials are needed
Create an alternate planned order
Reject the planned order
Combine the planned order with other orders
Authorize the production
Return the order to purchasing
Create a sales order
The materials or components to be used in production
The location where operations are to be performed
The capacity requirements of the production order
The location of raw materials in the warehouse
The operations needed to produce a material
A location where materials are placed right before they are shipped
Another term used to describe an office building
A location where value-added work needed to produce a material is A location where value-added work needed to produce a material is A location where value-added work needed to produce a material is carried out
A shipping dock
A storage shelf in a warehouse
Bill of components
Bill of materials
Need to increase inventory
Request for quotation
The material master is updated to reflect the reduction in the quantity and value of the materials issued
Actual costs associated with material consumption are calculated
Material reservations are updated
A goods receipt is automatically recorded
An FI document is created to record financial accounting data
The status of the materials is set to consignment stock.
The inventory account is impacted
The quantity of materials in inventory is increased
The quantity of materials in inventory is decreased.
The vendor's account is impacted
Materials are wrongly delivered to one plant and need to be relocated to another plant
Materials are transferred from a temporary storage location in one plant to a permanent storage location in another plant
Materials are moved via a stock transfer between plants in different company codes
Materials are initially stored in a temporary staging area and are subsequently moved to a permanent location within the same plant
Materials received from a vendor are initially placed in a storage location for quality inspection to be performed before being placed in permanent location
Goods can be received into quality inspection or blocked stock statuses.
Goods received can be posted to consumption accounts rather than material accounts
Purchase requisitions can be converted to purchase orders.
No history is available to track the tasks associated with STOs.
An availability check can be executed to assess material availability in the supplying plant.
A warehouse cannot be linked to storage locations across multiple plants.
A warehouse must be linked to at least one storage location.
Not all storage locations in a plant must be linked to a warehouse.
A storage location can be linked to one or many warehouses.
A warehouse can be linked to storage locations across multiple plants.
Create outbound delivery
Create transfer order
Create transfer requirement
Is created in both one-step and two-step movements.
Is created in two-step movements only.
Is created in one-step movements only.
Is not created.
Storage sections and storage areas
Warehouse bins and storage sections
Interim storage areas and warehouse bins
Storage locations and storage sections
Storage locations and storage areas
Which planning version should the company choose?
What materials are required?
What is the shortest time required for completing the planning?
When are the materials required?
How many materials are required?
A planning proposal.
A material order list.
Bills of material
The outcome can be multiple procurement proposals.
The outcome is always a single procurement proposal.
The outcome triggers the sales and operations planning step.
The outcome triggers the forecasting planning step.
The outcome can trigger either the production or the procurement process.
A BOM identifies the components needed to make the material.
A BOM identifies the sequence of operations needed to make the materials.
A BOM component can have its own BOM.
A BOM identifies the material's routing strategy.
A BOM is plant specific.
The master data requirements.
How the material planning should be executed.
The work center capacity.
Requirements for the different modes of transportation.
How many of the materials are needed and when they are needed.
Material masters, product types, storage location, vendors.
Product routings, bills of material, material master, product groups.
Product types, product routings, material masters, product groups.
Product routings, product types, material masters, customers.
Material masters, storage location, product groups, product routings.