Increase flexibility and speed in production. SAP® Production Planning enables an economical design of your production processes and ensures a smooth flow through support and control.
SAP® PP contains an operative, temporal as well as quantitative planning, management and control of all processes that are necessary for the production of goods and commodities. The resulting transparency enables them to react quickly to any changes in the market, and thus to counteract any risks.
Real-time information from production as well as transparent ACTUAL-TARGET comparisons are of particular importance in control and optimization. The HPC.PP Production Cockpit offers you a lean and simple way to capture information directly at store floor level and process it in your SAP® ERP system.
With increasing digital networking, it is becoming more and more important for a company to use a modern sales system, which responds to the individual requirements of customers and addresses them personally. With SAP Sales and Distribution, you can make your sales process more efficient across the board. Everything from sales and distribution to sales orders and shipping to invoicing is covered.
SAP SD includes customer-related processes such as product sales, billing and service processing. Quotation and order processing, pricing, picking, as well as delivery and invoice processing are actively supported. The aim is to make the sale of a product or service as easy as possible for both your company and your customers, giving your company a competitive edge.
Materials management involves the administration, planning and control of all material movements within a company. The entire flow of goods between suppliers, customers and the warehouse must be planned, coordinated and monitored. Without the support of modern software, you quickly lose the overview here, and thus both time and money.
SAP® Materials Management (MM) maps all these material-related processes and gives you the tools to control them. The main contents of the system are inventory management, purchasing functions including materials planning, and comprehensive invoice verification. For example, a purchase order can be triggered largely automatically if a requirement for a material has been determined via MRP.
Support your warehouse processes with SAP Warehouse Management: You can define and manage complex warehouse structures. Thanks to the system-based coordination of all goods movements, you always know where which material is, at what time, and in what quantity. A planned and efficient flow of all logistical processes within a warehouse is supported.
The material flow can be optimized through modern storage and retrieval strategies. With SAP WM, goods receipts and issues as well as stock transfers are processed quickly and easily, so that inventories are managed flexibly and automatically.
Your warehouse can be optimized even further by using the HPC.WM Warehouse Cockpit. This is an SAP® ERP add-on, the functions of which can be adapted and customized to your needs. With the help of this tool, for example, estimates of the current order load and processing can be tracked in real time.
Customer service is becoming increasingly important in companies. This includes the fulfillment of customer requests that are made after the sale of a product or service. All the services you offer your customers can be mapped, managed and processed with SAP® Customer Service.
SAP® CS supports you, for example, in managing complaints, maintenance work and helpdesks. By using the software, customer-related tasks can be processed faster and at the same time more reliably, with the aim of constantly improving the satisfaction of your customers.
If a company wants to operate successfully, existing data and information must be used in the best possible way. With SAP Business Warehouse, they have the tools to successfully use business intelligence. Company data can be collected, analyzed and then evaluated according to individual needs and preferences.
As a result, relevant business information is available in a processed, structured form that can be used to make well-founded decisions for the future that guarantee your company’s competitiveness. The information gained can be used, for example, to make customer and supplier relationships more profitable, reduce costs, and minimize risks.
In every company, large amounts of data accumulate, slowing down a system over time and reducing transparency. Therefore, data that is no longer needed operationally should be outsourced, archived or destroyed. This is where SAP Information Lifecycle Management comes in, providing rules, processes, procedures and tools to manage and control the lifecycle of information, from capture to final destruction.
In particular, legal regulations for archiving certain company data can be easily implemented here, so that unnecessary storage capacities and the associated costs are avoided.
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