- Full Description
Advanced Planning Systems (APS) are a key enabler of the supply chain management. However, APS are highly complex and difficult to comprehend. This book provides students with valuable insights into the capabilities of state-of-the-art APS and bridges the gap between theory (model building and solution algorithms), software implementation, and adaptation to a specific business case. Our business case – named Frutado – provides a unifying framework for illustrating the different planning tasks that arise in a company – from demand planning to the distribution of goods – that are addressed by APS. In addition, the book guides through interactive learning units which have been created and recorded for each module of SAP´s APS. Learning units can be downloaded free of charge ready to be displayed in a web browser. Together, the textbook and the learning units provide the required skills to better understand the concepts, models, and algorithms underlying today´s APS.
- Table of Contents
Table of Contents
- Introduction (Hartmut Stadtler, Christopher Haub)
- Part I.
- 1 The Frutado Case 11 (Bernhard Fleischmann).
- 2 Hierarchical Planning and the Supply Chain Planning Matrix (Hartmut Stadtler, Bernhard Fleischmann).
- 3 SAP® APO
- Module Matrix and General Principles (Christopher Sürie).
- Part II.
- 4 Demand Planning (DP) (Herbert Meyr).
- 5 Master Planning
- Supply Network Planning (Hartmut Stadtler).
- 6 Production Planning and Detailed Scheduling (PP/DS) (Hartmut Stadtler, Christopher Sürie).
- 7 Global Available
- Promise (global ATP) (Bernhard Fleischmann, Sebastian Geier).
- 8 Deployment (Martin Grunow, Poorya Farahani).
- 9 Transportation Planning/Vehicle Scheduling (TP/VS) (Martin Grunow, Bryndís Stefánsdóttir).
- Part III.
- 10 Final Remarks (Hartmut Stadtler).
- About Contributors.
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