When I run the report FI-Reconciliation Data by Business Object, there are amount in the Total Difference, which I understand it should NOT have any difference. Can anyone explain what and how to rectify the difference? Thank you.
Minimum 2 years of experience in Baan IV/Infor ERP LN software development is must. Excellent communication skills, Knowledge of Baan functional modules / Baan implementation experience is +. Software Development on B4c4, Infor ERP LN, Technical Consulting, Systems Administration, software implementation. The location will be Gurgaon(India)
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In our previous ERP planning tip, we discussed routings, the final data set-up requirement for making an item. In this tip, I dig deep into another critical data requirement – the need to maintain timely and accurate inventory counts and movements.
If inventory counts and movements aren’t accurately reflected in the planning engine, MRP will issue inaccurate recommendations. This might mean that replenishment order recommendations are issued to soon – which could lead to unnecessary increases in operating costs and constraints to cash flow. It might also mean that replenishment order recommendations are issued too late – which could create customer churn caused by avoidable order delays. Finally, it might mean that replenishment order recommendations are made for the wrong items or quantities – which could result in unnecessary orders of depreciating inventory.
The key, therefore, is to ensure that the planning engine issues planning recommendations for the correct items and quantities at the appropriate times. To issue just-in-time, time phased replenishment orders, the planning engine requires five basic data elements:
In our previous ERP planning tip, we discussed the bill of materials (BOM), which discussion answered the following questions: which and how many components are needed to produce an item. This tip deals with routings, the final data set-up requirement.
Routings are the – manufacturing methods – the sequence of steps and related times that are needed to make an item. Production routings specify the ordered list of tasks used to manufacture a product. In addition to the standard routing, a product might have alternate routings (the selection of which depends on the situation). When a production work order is created to manufacture the product, one of the possible routings is chosen.
A typical routing is represented by a series of operation steps. Each step contains a task, various times related to the task (and other parameters), as well as the next operation step in the sequence.
We currently have employment opportunities for Service Consultant / Analyst to work on projects in several areas of the US. The candidates for this position can reside in any area of the US and will travel to the project locations to work.. As one of the key ERP team members, the successful candidate will design, configure, test system modifications and conversions, analyze & resolve issues, and implement Baan Finance modules.
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Minimum 3 plus year of experience with implementation of Baan/Infor software required.
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