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Symphony ATP Scenarios Workshop. Objectives. Define Available to Promise (ATP) and explain why it is important to Avnet and our customers. List and explain the steps of the ATP process.

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objectives
Objectives
  • Define Available to Promise (ATP) and explain why it is important to Avnet and our customers.
  • List and explain the steps of the ATP process.
  • Define and calculate ATP concepts by looking at ATP triggers and how these triggers affect the date they can promise to their customer.
expectations
Expectations
  • Respect
  • Positive attitude
  • Teamwork
  • Honesty
  • Empowerment
review of key processes
Review of Key Processes
  • If you have a just in time customer, how do you enter an order today so the customer gets it on time?
review of key processes1
Review of Key Processes
  • How will this same task be performed with ATP?
review of key processes2
Review of Key Processes
  • Today, how do you status an order for a customer? And how do you know today if your customer’s order will reach them as promised?
review of key processes3
Review of Key Processes
  • With ATP, where can you see when your customer will have parts on their dock?
review of key concepts
Review of Key Concepts
  • Complete the matching activity on your participant worksheet.
  • Let’s review the definitions.
scenario outside lead time
Scenario: Outside Lead Time

Sept

4

Aug

12

July

1

  • Customer order for 500 pieces
  • QAS=2000
  • Fed Ex Ground shipment (transit time = 3 days)
  • No special handling, value add, programming
  • Objective: Explain how ATP is derived when demand with an NRD is outside of lead time.
needs release date
Needs Release Date

Sept

4

Aug

29

Do not include holidays / weekends as ship days in your calculation! (Use business days only.)

8/30-31 is a weekend. 9/1 is Labor Day.

source of supply ats and atp
Source of Supply, ATS and ATP

Aug

29

Sept

4

Because the NRD is outside of Lead time:

  • Even though we have QAS
  • The source of supply is Lead Time
scenario two sources of supply
Scenario: Two Sources of Supply
  • Customer order for 2000 pcs
  • QAS=1500
  • Fed Ex Ground shipment (transit time = 3 days)
  • No special handling, value add, programming
  • Objectives:
    • Explain how a single demand can be met by more than one source of supply.
    • Determine how ATP is derived for a single customer demand with more than one source of supply.

July

1

July

9

Sept

24

key considerations
Key Considerations
  • There is only one ATP date for an order, but there can be multiple sources of supply.
  • If Lead Time does not meet requirements, the system checks for confirmed POs, then QAS.
  • ATP is calculated based on the furthest date associated with the selected sources of supply.
source of supply ats and atp1
Source of Supply, ATS and ATP

Work in teams to determine the following:

  • NRD
  • 1st, 2nd sources of supply
  • ATS for each source
  • ATP for the order
check your answers
Check Your Answers

July

2

Sept

24

Sept

29

Sources of Supply:

1st: 1500 from QAS

2nd: 500 from Lead Time

July

9

July

2

ATP:

ATS:

scenario unconfirmed confirmed pos
Scenario: Unconfirmed/Confirmed POs
  • Customer order for 2000 pieces
  • QAS=1500
  • Federal Express Ground shipment (transit time of 3 days)
  • No special handling, value add, programming
  • Unconfirmed PO (TUS=1000) with a 8/28/08 Shelf Date
  • Objective:Explain how unconfirmed POs affect the source of supply.

July

2

July

9

Sept

25

July

2

what do you think
What Do You Think?
  • Where does the PO Shelf Date come from?
  • How will the unconfirmed PO affect the source of supply?
  • What will be the source(s) of supply?

Lead time is not the first choice—it will not meet the Required Date, so available inventory is used to meet part of the demand.

ats and atp
ATS and ATP

Sept

25

July

2

Sept

30

Sources of Supply:

1st: 1500 from QAS

2nd: 500 from Lead Time

ATS:

ATP for both sources of supply:

scenario confirmed po
Scenario: Confirmed PO
  • Customer order for 2000 pieces
  • QAS=1500
  • Fed Ex Ground shipment (transit time = 3 days)
  • No special handling, value add, programming
  • Confirmed PO (TCS=1000) with a 8/12/08 Shelf Date
  • Objective: Explain how confirmed POs affect the source of supply.

July

1

July

9

Sept

25

July

2

what do you think1
What Do You Think?
  • How is NRD determined?
  • How will the PO affect the source of supply?
  • When will a confirmed PO be used as a source of supply?
source of supply ats atp
Source of Supply, ATS, ATP

In small groups, determine:

  • Source(s) of supply
  • ATS date(s)
  • ATP
check your answers1
Check Your Answers

Aug12

July

1

Aug15

Sources of Supply:

1st: 1500 from QAS

2nd: 500 from PO

ATS:

ATP for both sources of supply:

scenario multiple pos with confirmation
Scenario: Multiple POs with Confirmation

July

2

July

22

July

15

Two customer orders:

  • H048: 2000 pieces
  • HJ36: 2000 pieces

July

2

July

9

scenario multiple pos with confirmation1
Scenario: Multiple POs with Confirmation

Sept

25

  • QAS=1500
  • Federal Express Ground shipment (transit time of 3 days)
  • No special handling, value add, programming
  • Confirmed POs:
    • TCS=1000, Shelf Date is 8/12/08
    • TCS=2000, Shelf Date is 9/16/08
  • Objective:Explain how supply is applied with multiple confirmed purchase orders and multiple demands.
think about it
Think About It
  • What inventory/PO will be used for each order?
  • Why is supply allocated in that manner?
ats and atp1
Order H048:

Sources of Supply:

QAS (1500)

ATS:

Order HJ36:

Sources of Supply:

PO 1 (500)

ATS:

ATS and ATP

Aug

15

July

2

Aug

12

Aug

15

Aug

12

July

2

  • PO 1 (500)
  • ATS:

ATP:

  • PO 2 (1500)
  • ATS:

ATP:

benefits
Benefits
  • We can use our resources properly by looking for lead time and confirmed POs first, before having to use QAS.
  • QAS is then available for turns business.
building trust
Building Trust
  • We are ONLY going to use confirmed POs to calculate ATP.
  • We are using actual carrier transit times on each order as opposed to averages so each will be as "exact" as possible.
  • We will buffer the data for poor performing suppliers
  • We are allowing time for all internal processing including SHC’s
  • We are ignoring very late Supplier PO’s and ICST’s incoming to the LSC’s
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