SAP Press’ new guide to production planning in S/4 Hana is a great place to start.
What will you learn?
Since SAP Press’ last book on production planning, the SAP community has undergone several major changes, not least of which is the move to SAP S/4 Hana. Production Planning with SAP S/4 Hana is SAP Press’ response to these changes. It contains all of the industry examples and best practices you need to navigate the implementation, configuration, and use of production planning with SAP S/4 Hana.
This book walks readers through standard manufacturing processes as well as innovations in production planning and control such as DDMRP. You’ll gain a better understanding of the core concepts of production planning. Then you will move into configuration, monitoring and reporting. Furthermore, you will get to know cross-component functionalities like the classification system, Early Warning System, and SAP Fiori apps.
Dive into production and material planning workflows and learn to apply them to each of the key manufacturing types: discrete, process, and repetitive (REM) manufacturing. This book reveals how each functionality—from batch management to S&OP to demand management—works with a particular production type so that you can best optimize your supply chain.
Other highlights include:
- Material requirements planning (MRP)
- Long-term planning (LTP)
- Capacity requirements planning (CRP)
- Reporting and analysis
- Information systems
Who is this book for?
This comprehensive guide is for anyone using production planning with S/4 Hana. This includes consultants, production planners, controllers, and analysts. Readers looking for a deeper understanding of how PP operates within the S/4 landscape will find value in this guide.
As an SAP logistics expert with over 20 years of professional experience, Jawad Akhtar knows what he’s doing. With this seventh SAP Press book under his belt, Jawad seeks to give logistics learners an added edge to their SAP skillset. At 1010 pages, this book is ready to do just that.
You can find the book on the SAP Press website and read a sample chapter by clicking on the “Browse the Book” button beneath the book’s cover.