The Course is divided in to two sections.
First part of the course explains the definition of Bill of Material from the conceptual level in relevance to Manufacturing Industry.
BOM at Conceptual level
As part of this Course you will understand
•What is Bill of Material through a few illustrations
•You will be briefed on how Bill of Material is documented and viewed in multiple forms
•You will than run through types of Bill of material according to the context of use by various departments such as Engineering, Production, Sales, Service, Product Costing and Planning teams
•A few examples of how BOM is represented according to various scenarios
•You will know how Tracing the requirements of Parent (from a Component point of view), is performed through Where-used and Pegging reports
•You will revisit the uses of BOM for various departments such as Sales, Planning, Design, Manufacturing and Costing teams
•You will than summarize the understanding on BOM concepts
BOM in ERP such as SAP
You will be given a set of demo data to see how World Class ERPs such as SAP define the BOM and use the data in multiple forms to perform various functions such as Production and Procurement scheduling, Pro-active Planning and Engineering changes
•The DEMO data used for the Course is explained
•A brief demonstration of Material Creation and a few useful reports
•You will see how BOM is created for Semi-finished and Finished Material
•You will than see how multiple views of BOM are populated and how these views and reports are used in multiple perspectives
•You will than Conclude the Course
* The Course will be periodically enriched with a few exercises that you are do independently in and out of SAP system that you may have access.
* We do not provide the access to any SAP system and student needs to make her own arrangements.
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Bill of Material Concepts & execution in ERP (SAP)
BOM in SAP
Created by EBodhisathva Solutions
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Table of contents
The Course is divided in to two sections.
• Understanding of SAP basic Navigation
• For students own practice SAP Enterprise Definition must have already been in place
• Engineering background helps but not must
• Experience in Manufacturing (Not necessarily in Production) helps but not must
You will learn
✓ Part 1 Concepts: What is Bill of Material (BOM)
✓ Part 1 Concepts: How Bill of Material is recorded and Presented
✓ Part 1 Concepts: Presentation of BOM in various Forms
✓ Part 1 Concepts: BOM from the perspective of each function (Production, Design, Planning , Maintenance, Sales, Service, Costing)
✓ Part 1 Concepts: Tracing the Parents of a Component of attention
✓ Part 1 Concepts: How Bill of Material is leveraged by each Function (Department)
✓ Part 1 Concepts: Summary of Concepts
✓ Part 2 Bill of Material in ERP (SAP): Demo Data
✓ Part 2 Bill of Material in ERP (SAP): Define Materials involved in multiple levels of Bill
✓ Part 2 Bill of Material in ERP (SAP): Define Bills for all Manufactured items (Finished and Semi-Finished)
✓ Part 2 Bill of Material in ERP (SAP): Maintain Bills
✓ Part 2 Bill of Material in ERP (SAP): Multiple views of Bills and comparison with Concepts
✓ Part 2 Bill of Material in ERP (SAP): Summary & Conclusions
This course is for
• Students conversant with SAP in other tracks and want to learn more
• Students of Mechanical Engineering or equivalent such as Production Engineering, Industrial Engineering
• Team in Manufacturing Industry performing functions with interface to Manufacturing team
• Product Cost Engineers can benefit from Part 2