Performa Apps is seeking to hire contractors and permanent positions for LN functional consultants, both LN logistics and LN Finance. The ideal candidate will have at least 5 years of experience with LN as a consultant, LN user or Baan user. A long history with Baan 4 and 5 can substitute for some LN experience. We can also speak with LN techno-functional consultants that have experience with Infor ION, Ming.le, Infor Barcoding, etc. Experience with other ERP systems, such as Microsoft Dynamics AX or SAP, is a plus. Ideally candidates will be U.S. citizens, Green Card holders or have an H1B visa. Although there will be some remote work, expect travel to be 80-90% Monday-Thursday. For more information, see http://inforln.com or contact Dan Aldridge on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/profile/view?id=2524840&trk=nav_responsive_tab_profile .
Implements, maintains, and customizes Infor ERP in addition to other enterprise business applications and interfaces to ERP system. Provides technical and functional support in the areas of; ERP systems administration, problem resolution, support, process mapping, system testing and development, security access, and training. Analyzes, implements, and supports worldwide offices running on Infor ERP in a Microsoft Windows and SQL Server environment. Provides end-user support in the development of ad-hoc queries and reports.
In this series of bi-weekly tips, we break down the secrets to effective replenishment planning and shop scheduling. Pemeco Consulting is a leading vendor-agnostic provider of Supply Chain and ERP services to companies running Infor LN and Baan ERP systems. Learn about our niche speciality Infor LN and Baan ERP services and our Planning Dashboard for ERP LN and Baan.
In our previous ERP planning tip, we covered time and quantity order-based modifiers to back-schedule supply requirements from demand. This previous tip dealt with the “when” and “how much” questions of planning. In this week’s tip, we cover the “what” questions of planning, which is represented by the bill of materials, or BOM (there is also an element of “how much” in BOMs).