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SAP MM Inventory Management Sim Video Tutorials Package

Similar to Purchasing Video Tutorials I shared before, in this post you will find step-by-step guides for the commonly used Inventory Management related processes in SAP. You can see some of them below;

  • Create / Change / Display Reservation [MB21], [MB22], [MB23]
  • Goods Receipt Reference to Purchase Order [MIGO]
  • Goods Receipt into GR Blocked Stock [MIGO]
  • Goods Release from Blocked Stock [MIGO]
  • Return Delivery from Blocked Stock [MIGO]
  • Goods Issue Reference to Reservation [MIGO_GI]
  • Transfer Posting Plant-to-Plant [MIGO_TR]
  • Cancellation of Material Document [MIGO_TR]
  • Create Physical Inventory  Document [MI01]
  • Activate Posting Block [MI02]

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SAP Inventory Planning and Monitoring Manual

The Materials Management module includes two sub-modules; procurement and inventory management. Inventory management entails the planning and control of material stocks by quantity and value. It also includes the planning, data entry and documentation of all goods movements to, from, and within the storage locations in the stock plant. Any transaction that will cause a change of stock is entered in real time and the resulting update of the stock takes place immediately. This provides the user with an overview of the stock level of any material that is always current.

The objective of this document is to provide an overview of the business process for the inventory cycle from the creation of a material master, procurement, [MIGO] goods receipt, [MB1A] goods issue and the physical inventory process.
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SAP Production Planning (PP) User Training Manual

This training manual provides a step-by-step to SAP PP Processes with all steps having screenshots and clear instructions. See below the outline of the document:

  • Master Data In PP Module
  • Bill Of Material (Bom)
  • Work Center
  • Routing
  • Planned Independent Requirements
  • MRP
  • Stock/ Requirements List
  • Production Order Execution & Production Order Change
  • Capacity Planning
  • Capacity Overload
  • Capacity Leveling- Work Center View( Tabular), Capacity Leveling (Graphical), Capacity Leveling (Orders)
  • Goods Issue & Goods Issue (Reversal)
  • Production Order Confirmation & Canceling Production Order Confirmation
  • Goods Receipt For An Order
  • Stock Overview
  • Production Order Information System
  • Collective Conversion Of Planned Orders
  • Rework Orders

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Goods Issue Process in SAP MM

This guide has been designed for employees who will be responsible for Goods Issue on the SAP System.

Upon completing this course you will be able to:

  • Execute a Goods Issue for a Reservation on the SAP System [MIGO_GI]
  • Perform Goods Issue to Scrap Process [MIGO]
  • Picking List [MB26]
  • Display Material Document [MB03]

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Order Processing User Guide

In this user guide, the major exercise steps will be implemented using the International Demonstration and Education System (IDES) Model Company that has been set up in the R/3 System. The IDES corporate group is comprised of a number of companies that operate in various industries (automobile production, financial services, aerospace etc.) and countries. Read more

Sales Order Process-Exercise

In this exercise, you will be processing a customer order in SAP with a real life example.

Processes covered;

  • Creating an inquiry
  • Create a Sales Order from an Inquiry
  • Create a Delivery for the Sales Order
  • Picking the order
  • Post Goods Issue
  • Invoice the Customer
  • Receive payment from the Customer

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Simplified Sales Processes in SAP SD

When a sales order is placed, the availability is checked and the material is reserved. In FI the creditworthiness of the customer is checked. No postings are generated, but the profit center is determined at this point. At goods issue, the change of the inventory costs is posted to accounting and controlling. At billing the revenues are posted. If the profitability analysis is in use, the sales transaction is valuated with products costs and eventual calculatory costs. A receivable is posted. When the customer pays, the payment is recorded in accounting. In case of no payment the customer is dunned and this is recorded in credit control. Read more