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My client is in foundry business.That furnace never stops for 5 years, continuous melting going to happen.I want to know how this is to be mapped in sap.

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    Posted on Nov 04, 2010 at 08:49 AM


    To identify the process and sub-process in any SAP implementation , you need to study the line of business , value steams , product line , business function and their role , product structure like if it FG then what is existing bill of material ( standard and non-standrad ) in the legacy system .

    Once this business discussion and study will be over , we need to freez based on SAP Standrad Business Process Flow .

    For example ,

    If your material (FG) are customer specifc or frequenetly changing their structure based on the customer requirement , order based then it will be Discreate ( MTO kind of )

    where as if the moulding production lines are continuous with same product for longer time with a steady demand qty evey time , then you should follow the REM process

    I feel this requires extensive AS-IS study in business function within a stipulated organational structure and come to conclusion .

    However , if the process is a continual one and there is no change in product , then REM will be best process .

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    Hope this will give you some inputs .



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    Posted on Nov 04, 2010 at 08:00 AM

    for continuous production, you can go for REM.

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