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Slide 1 The Production Process
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Slide 2 Introduction n Production is both a SCM function and an  accounting function n Simply put, the process involves turning raw  materials into finished goods
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Slide 4 Types of Production (1) n Discrete manufacturing n The result is individual units such as a bicycle n The finished good “could” be decomposed into  its raw materials n Production lines set up and torn down to make  batches of different materials n Hewlett Packard
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Slide 5 Types of Production (2) n Repetitive manufacturing n Similar to discrete manufacturing n The same finished good is produced over time  on the same production line n Used when production lines are very expensive n Intel (Chips) n Seagate (Disks)
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Slide 6 Types of Production (3) n Process manufacturing n Products are made by means of a recipe n Categories n Continuous (flow) n Gasoline n Batch n Soda and beer
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Slide 7 Means of Production n Triggers cause production runs to be  executed n Make to stock n Make a batch resulting from MRP or other  production trigger n Make to order n Make a unit(s) as a result of a customer order n Dell
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Slide 8 Production Master Data n Bill of materials (BOM) n Work center n Product routing
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Slide 9 Bill of Materials (Overview) n In general, the components needed to  produce semi-finished goods or finished  goods n In the case of process manufacturing, we call  a BOM a formula or recipe n We will focus on discrete manufacturing
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Slide 10 Bill of Materials (SAP) n SAP implements BOM as a flat structure n Hierarchical BOMs can be created using  “component” materials n The BOM structure should mimic the  manufacturing process n See the BOMs in Figure 6-4 on page 184
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This note was uploaded on 01/04/2012 for the course IS 365 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '11 term at Nevada State College.

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