Advanced Planning Systems (APS) are a key enabler of the supply chain management. However, APS are highly complex and difficult to comprehend. This book provides students with valuable insights into the capabilities of state-of-the-art APS and bridges the gap between theory (model building and solution algorithms), software implementation, and adaptation to a specific business case. Our business case a named Frutado a provides a unifying framework for illustrating the different planning tasks that arise in a company a from demand planning to the distribution of goods a that are addressed by APS. In addition, the book guides through interactive learning units which have been created and recorded for each module of SAP Is APS. Learning units can be downloaded free of charge ready to be displayed in a web browser. Together, the textbook and the learning units provide the required skills to better understand the concepts, models, and algorithms underlying today Is APS.Illustrating the Concepts Using an SAPAr APO Case Study Hartmut Stadtler, Bernhard Fleischmann, Martin Grunow, ... All available transactions are presented to the user in a tree-like navigation structure. ... (e.g. customer orders) or read/write (e.g. planned production) which allows for direct (manual) planning activities.
|Title||:||Advanced Planning in Supply Chains|
|Author||:||Hartmut Stadtler, Bernhard Fleischmann, Martin Grunow, Herbert Meyr, Christopher Sürie|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2011-10-26|