Available-to-promise (ATP)

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by Shishir Kumar Dwivedi, Senior Consultant, Deloitte Consulting LLP January 13, 2017
SCM – 
Shishir Kumar Dwivedi explains how to implement the Event-Driven Quantity Assignment (EDQA) functionality in Global Available-to-Promise ATP (Global ATP). He describes the business scenarios that can benefit from this functionality and discusses configuration steps and key considerations to watch out for.

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by Alok Jaiswal, Consultant, Infosys Limited March 9, 2016
SCM – 

Alok Jaiswal explains how both single and multi-level product allocation as an availability check method can be used and configured to be run in SAP Advanced Planning and Optimization (SAP APO) global available-to-promise (global ATP). He shows how to interpret the results via ATP simulation.


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by Ranjan Sinha, Senior Managing Consultant, IBM February 15, 2016
SCM – 
Ranjan Sinha explains how to configure check instructions in SAP Advanced Planning and Optimization (SAP APO) for a Capable-to-Promise (CTP) check. He shows you how to set up the planning strategy and some of the nuances of stock transport order configuration in SAP ERP Central Component (ECC). He also explains how fixed pegging works for both sales and stock transport orders in a CTP context.

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by Pradeep Vijay, Specialist Master, Deloitte Consulting LLP January 20, 2016
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Pradeep Vijay walks you through the end-to-end configuration and implementation steps to model the automatic creation of consignment fill-up sales orders in SAP ERP Central Component (ECC).


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by Ranjan Sinha, Senior Managing Consultant, IBM February 13, 2015
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Ranjan Sinha explains the steps to prepare SAP Advanced Planning and Optimization (APO) to use location substitution functionality that is time sensitive for order promising in a consolidation scenario.


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by Ranjan Sinha, Senior Managing Consultant, IBM August 25, 2014
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Ranjan Sinha explains the steps to prepare SAP Advanced Planning and Optimization (APO) for order promising in a consolidation scenario.


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by Faical Chafouk, | Kristin von Hoerde-Garijo, Director, Westernacher & Partners Consulting, Inc. September 16, 2013
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Faical Chafouk and Kristin von Hoerde-Garijo explain how you can use Process-Oriented Storage Control (POSC) and Layout-Oriented Storage Control (LOSC) to track and move goods around the warehouse more effectively.


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by Amir Ashfaq Hussain, Technology Lead, Infosys Technologies Limited April 13, 2012
SCM – 
In business scenarios in which virtual plants are created within SAP ERP systems for administrative purposes, managing available-to-promise (ATP) checks and stock transfers presents challenges. SAP provides two options that address plant-to-plant transfer issues in virtual plants. Based on North American or European business scenarios, these lessons learned help you foresee the challenges in mapping similar business processes in your SAP system.

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by Srinivas Krishnamoorthy, Principal APO Consultant, SCM Practice, Infosys March 30, 2012
SCM – 
Supply chains, especially retail supply chains, have specific requirements in the area of logistics lot sizing to not only improve the use of transportation resources but also to facilitate material handling. See some standard and simple custom rounding methodologies in Available-to-Promise functionality that can help make deliveries to the sales orders logistics compliant, thereby achieving a cost-efficient supply chain.

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by Satish Vadlamani, President, SAPsquad, Inc. | Rishi Menon, Specialist Master, Deloitte Consulting LLP February 7, 2012
SCM – 
Learn about the fundamental differences between SAP ERP Central Component (SAP ECC) Available-to-Promise (ATP) and SAP Global Available-To-Promise (Global ATP). Understand some of the key business challenges faced in the order fulfillment process and how Global ATP can help resolve them.

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by Satish Vadlamani, President, SAPsquad, Inc. | Rishi Menon, Specialist Master, Deloitte Consulting LLP February 7, 2012
SCM – 
Learn about the key integration points between SAP Supply Chain Management (SCM) and SAP ERP Central Component (SAP ECC) required to effectively implement Global Available-To-Promise (Global ATP). Understand the configuration and master data elements that can influence this integration and learn about the potential impact of Global ATP on the order fulfillment processes.

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by Rishi Menon, Specialist Master, Deloitte Consulting LLP | Satish Vadlamani, President, SAPsquad, Inc. January 21, 2010
SCM – 
Learn key lessons in the implementation of Configurable Process Scheduling (CPS) in Global Available-to-Promise (GATP). Understand the details of condition master data and other configuration necessary to support CPS.

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by Rishi Menon, Specialist Master, Deloitte Consulting LLP | Satish Vadlamani, President, SAPsquad, Inc. January 21, 2010
SCM – 
Learn when and how to use Configurable Process Scheduling (CPS) in SAP Advanced Planning & Optimization (SAP APO) Global Available-to-Promise (Global ATP). Understand the master data needed to support CPS and help avoid common mistakes while setting up CPS.

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by Parijat Chakraborty, Director, Falcon Prime, Inc. May 8, 2009
SCM – 
Learn how to resolve lead time issues to improve your order commitment rate through the Capable-to-Promise functionality of SAP Advanced Planning & Optimization Global Available-to-Promise.

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by Adolfo Menéndez Fernández, Application Architecture Manager, Repsol January 15, 2008
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Learn about the new Global Available-to-Promise (Global ATP) functionalities introduced in SAP SCM 5.0 to meet your company’s delivery planning demands. Get a sneak preview of improved Global ATP functionalities available in SAP SCM 2007.