Posts Tagged ‘Warehouse Management System’

More ways to easily resolve material changes in Oracle R12 OPM and WMS

How do Ingredient Changes occur in Oracle OPM? Oracle Process Manufacturing (OPM) jobs have 3 parts; batch jobs, process operations, and recipe. The Recipe is a list of ingredients for the batch job(s).  The warehouse compiles the ingredient materials on the recipe to complete the batch job. The quantities cannot be easily revised once they […]

More ways to easily resolve material changes in Oracle R12 WIP and WMS

Oracle Discrete Manufacturing jobs have 3 parts; jobs, operations, and bills of materials. The Bill of materials (BOM) is a list of components for the job(s).  The warehouse compiles the materials on the BOM to complete the job. The quantities cannot be easily revised when the warehouse is collecting the components. So, what do you […]

Ways to easily solve Order revisions in Oracle R12 Warehouse Management

Order revisions occur regularly in order fulfillment. Once a Sales Order has been “Released” to the Warehouse to fulfill and ship, the order can not be changed unless the desired line(s) on the order are in a revisable status. For this post, we’re going to cover potential scenarios where a Sales Order may be canceled […]

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Spinning Straw into Gold – Tales of a Warehouse Management System Implementation

Supply chain complexity doesn’t have to be complicated. A well designed, mutually dependent and interconnected set of systems where a change in one component can influence other components can actually be quite simple. For one of our clients, a major telecommunications company, their existing supply chain and inventory management processes had been effectively supporting their […]