Tuesday, 5 April 2016

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As per Supply-Chain Operations Reference-model which has been developed by Supply-Chain Council. This model organized and focused on the five primary management

1. Plan:

This is vital part of SCM philosophy, where the companies normally need to make strategy for managing all the resource that go towards fulfilling the customer demand for the product and services that they offers. A big piece of planning is developing a set of matrices to monitor the Supply chain so that it would be efficient, cost effective and deliver high quality and value to the customer.

2. Source:
It means processes that procure goods and services to meet planned or actual demand. This part of SCM consists of selecting right suppliers that will deliver the good and services that need to create your product. Developing a set of pricing, delivery and payment process with supplier is important. Also this will also take care of managing the inventory of goods, and services you receive from your suppliers, including receiving shipping, verifying them, transferring them into various facilities and authorizing supplier payment.

3. Make:
This is basically a step where your company starts fulfilling the request or BUILT for products into finished state to meet planned or actual demand. Schedule activity necessary for production, testing, packaging and preparation for delivery.

4. Deliver:
This is also called Logistic Process. This is the processes that provide finished goods and services to meet planned or actual demand, typically including order management, transportation management, and distribution management.

5. Return -

This is real pain of #ORACLESCM model, which defined as processes associated with returning or receiving returned products for any reason.

ORACLE APPS SCM COURSE CONTENT

INVENTORY OVERVIEW

Inventory Capabilities
Oracle Inventory Applications Integration
Integration of Oracle Inventory to Financials Applications
RECEIPT TO ISSUE

Understanding the Receipt to Issue Lifecycle
Understanding Receiving Inventory
Defining Inventory Organizations
Understanding the Inventory Organizations
Understanding the Structure of an Inventory Organization
Understanding Locations
Defining Locations
Difference between Master and Child Organization
Defining Inventory Organizations
Organization Access Overview
Organization Access Setup
Copying Inventory Organizations
UNITS OF MEASURE

Units of Measure Overview
Units of Measure Class Overview
Defining Unit of Measure Class
Defining Unit of Measure
Defining Unit of Measure Conversions
Lot Level Units of Measure Overview
Lot-Level Unit of Measure Conversions Overview
TRANSACTING INVENTORY, CONCEPTS

Explaining Transaction Flows
Explaining Transaction Types
Explaining Move Orders
Explaining Shortage Alerts and Notifications
Explaining Mobile Transactions
TRANSACTION SETUP

Explaining Transaction Sources
Setting Up Transactions Sources
Explaining Transaction Types
Setting Up Transactions Types
Explaining Transaction Reasons
Setting UP Transactions Reasons
Explaining Account Alias
Setting UP Account Alias
Open Inventory Account Periods
ISSUING AND TRANSFERRING MATERIAL

Miscellaneous Receipts
Miscellaneous Issues
Sub inventory Transfers
MOVE ORDER

Explaining Move Order
Creating Manual Move Order
Creating Requisition Move Order
Requisition Move Order Approval Process
Creating Pick Wave Move Order
Creating Replenish Move Order
DEFINING AND MAINTAINING ITEMS, OVERVIEW

Organization Structure, Overview
Defining Items, Overview
Item Attributes and Statuses, Overview
Assigning Items to Organizations, Overview
DEFINING AND MAINTAINING ITEMS, FUNDAMENTALS

Defining Items
Item Relationships
Item Categories
Item Category Sets
Item Cross References
SUB INVENTORIES

Sub inventory Overview
Defining Sub inventory
Restrict Items to Sub inventories
INVENTORY CONTROLS, CONCEPTS

Explaining Locator Control
Explaining Revision Control
Explaining Lot Control
Explaining Serial Control
INVENTORY CONTROLS, FUNDAMENTALS

Defining Sub inventories
Defining Locator Control
Defining Revision Control
Defining Lot Control
Generating Serial Numbers
INTER-ORG TRANSFER

Shipping Methods
Shipping Network
Transit times for Shipping Methods
Entering inter-org transfer charge
Entering Freight Charges
Direct Inter-Organization Transfer
Intransit/Standard Inter-Organization Transfer
REPLENISHING INVENTORY, FUNDAMENTALS

Performing Reorder-point Planning
Performing Min-max Planning
Performing Replenishment Counting
INVENTORY ACCURACY, CONCEPTS

Explaining Inventory Accuracy
Explaining ABC Analysis
Explaining Cycle Counting
Explaining Physical Inventory
INVENTORY ACCURACY, FUNDAMENTALS

Creating an ABC Compile
Defining and Maintaining a Cycle Count
Defining Cycle Count Scheduling and Requests
Defining Recounts, Adjustments, and Approvals