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Industry specific cover image. Connecting the Dots – Supply Chain and Grower Management. Joel Schipper, Principal Solutions Architect. To booking a sale Against WIP and harvests in progress. Linking the plant forecast Single stage crops Multi-stage plants . The Challenge.
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Joel Schipper, Principal Solutions Architect
Planning the required Crop Planting
Defining a “harvest” process (“BOM and Router”)
Defining multi-stage Plant Relationships
Starting a “harvest” in EnterpriseOne
Providing “harvest” visibility to Sales
Maintaining plant “WIP” visibility
Managing plant transformations for multi-stage plants and cropsWhat’s Needed?
Graphical representation of sales history, stakeholder forecast history, and stakeholder forecast.
Internal and external stakeholders can add value and increase forecast accuracy by forecast collaboration via the web, spreadsheets and any other time series of data
Flexibility with navigation through multiple user defined hierarchies and various units of measure
Comparison view of various stakeholder forecast
Demand Consensus Excel front end enables users to download various forecast versions, make changes locally, and upload changes, which are then immediately visible to all other stakeholders.
Legacy, detailed plant level planning process.
Done once or twice a year between Sales and Production.
Ideal to link to a “Demand Consensus” process.
Easily imported into EnterpriseOne.
The Router for making a 6462 in a 1 gal can (item 6462M).
Notice multi-year calendar.
Could have plant spacing, environmental info as well
“Item tree” relationship that links the items that lead to the creation of the #2 can from a 3” pot that came from a root cutting.
Each step is an SKU with a router.
Use New Item and MessageType to recognize “plants” and to release “Grower Harvests”Soil Message Release
Track many block and harvest attributes
Develop crop estimates for supply planning
Manage intended use
Mass updating capabilities reduce administration
Plan growing activities
Track actual growing activities performed
Track operational cost
Record chemical usageGrower Management Features
a Harvest record
Plant Planning system
Standard S&D Inquiry
“WIP” Plants in normal F41021
“WIP” Plants in normal inventory detail