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Welcome to the SAP Supply Chain Management (SCM) topic. This is the BPX/SDN WIKI starting point for topics around Supply Chain Management. Feel free to create and correct entries.
SAP Supply Chain Management is a complete solution that covers supply chain networking, supply chain planning, supply chain coordination, and SCE (Supply Chain Execution). It includes a collection of planning applications related to Advanced Planning, Optimization, Scheduling and Integration with other SAP execution applications. The primary applications are separeted as SAP General Areas, SAP Supply Network Collaboration (SNC), SAP Extended Warehouse Management (EWM), SCM Advanced Planning and Optimization (APO), SAP EDS and EIS, SCM Forecasting and Replenishment (FRE) and SAP Transportation Management (TM).

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  1. Guest

    Has anyone tried to forecast in APO for 3rd party drop ship products? Also, this forecast needs to released to SNP and consumed by the sales orders. I know that the standard 3rd party orders will not pass the requirements to APO at all, but what other ways have people setup this process if APO is to be used for planning for such products?

  2. Guest

    I am thinking of proposing Service Parts Planning to client based on their requirements for inventory planning and distribution planning.

    I wanted to ask if this would be a proposal? I based my decision on the my knowledge that SNP lacks functionality for calculating stock levels (i.e. EOQ and Target Stock Level ). By tareget stock levels, I mean how much inventory we should keep at a location and where in supply chain should we keep that inventory. 

    If this is not the case and SNP does have functionality to calculate target stock levels?

    Please let me know.



  3. Guest

    Hi Somanth,

    The link pointing to SCM on BPX is not working,Can you check on that.


    Chandra kanth