SAP Quality Management

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by Kaushik Choudhury, Senior SAP Functional Consultant December 9, 2016
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Kaushik Choudhury explains the salient features of an SAP stability study along with the configuration required to implement it. He uses real-life business requirements to illustrate the way a business can leverage an SAP stability study functionality to document the test results during the R&D phase of the product and meet the regulatory requirements in certain industries such as pharmaceuticals and the food and beverage sector.

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by Jawad Akhtar, Head of SAP Delivery, AbacusConsulting May 28, 2015
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Jawad Akhtar explains how to set up the master data that you need to create outgoing quality certificates.

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by Kaushik Choudhury, Senior SAP Functional Consultant June 26, 2014
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Kaushik Choudhury walks you through step-by-step navigation of the BIC and different functionality that is available. He explains how to use BIC’s functionality to perform top-down and bottom-up batch traceability analysis.


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by Janev K. Veettil, Specialist Master, Deloitte Consulting, LLP | Mohan Thiruvadi, Senior Manager, Deloitte Consulting, LLP January 8, 2014
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Janev Veettil and Mohan Thiruvadi of Deloitte Consulting LLP explain how to reduce lead time for product prototypes by creating forecasts for only the needed components, without production orders.

Procuring components without building assembly production orders is a common requirement for creating product prototypes. You can meet this demand by creating a forecast for the assembly material and running material requirements planning (MRP). Discover the material master settings to use and walk through a test procedure for verifying the functionality.


In a normal industry scenario for established products, building subassemblies to stock to meet the expected demands of a final product is a norm to reduce the lead time of production. However, in many engineering design scenarios, procuring components in advance is required without building subassemblies and final assemblies. This is because the subassemblies can be built only after a design is finalized. This is applicable for almost any industry that uses engineering builds. A good example is semiconductor motherboards for which assemblies cannot be built until the design configuration is complete, but components need to be procured in advance.


One key area that drives value in the semiconductor domain is the “Design Win” process, which requires coordination with channel partners to manage leads, campaigns, and market design, and to share revenue. Another important task is to enlist contract manufacturers and component suppliers to bring economy of scale to reduce the cost of manufacturing. This requires an extensive collaboration between the upstream and downstream channels of information, inventory availability, and sales data.


A key competitive advantage for this process depends on how fast a prototype can be built for customers. Creation of the prototype, also known as engineering builds, calls for building the prototype as soon as the design is complete. This build is critical for design wins.


Planning without assembly, without make to order is a strategy that is used to procure components on the basis of planned independent requirements and to initiate production of the finished product based only on actual sales orders. This planning strategy ensures that you can react quickly to customer requirements even if the finished product has a long overall lead time. You can avoid the main value-added process until you have a customer order.

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by Jawad Akhtar, Head of SAP Delivery, AbacusConsulting January 2, 2014
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Learn how to optimize your business processes and avoid potential product failures with FMEA.


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by Jawad Akhtar, Head of SAP Delivery, AbacusConsulting December 24, 2013
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Jawad Akhtar explains how to configure incoming quality certificates in the quality management module and set up the required QM Master data.



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by Jawad Akhtar, Head of SAP Delivery, AbacusConsulting November 25, 2013
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Jawad Akhtar shows how to perform source inspection, including creating source inspection lots and performing usage decisions.


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by Jawad Akhtar, Head of SAP Delivery, AbacusConsulting November 20, 2013
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In this video, Jawad Akhtar of AbacusConsulting shows how to optimize the inspection process by setting up automatic usage decisions for skipped inspection lots.




Jawad Akhtar of AbacusConsulting shows how to set up an automatic usage decision for skipped inspection lots lots with SKIP status in the Quality Management module.
Jawad Akhtar of AbacusConsulting shows how to set up an automatic usage decision for skipped inspection lots lots with SKIP status in the Quality Management module.
Jawad Akhtar of AbacusConsulting shows how to set up an automatic usage decision for skipped inspection lots lots with SKIP status in the Quality Management module.
Jawad Akhtar of AbacusConsulting shows how to set up an automatic usage decision for skipped inspection lots lots with SKIP status in the Quality Management module.
Jawad Akhtar of AbacusConsulting shows how to set up an automatic usage decision for skipped inspection lots lots with SKIP status in the Quality Management module.

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by Rajesh Ray, Senior Managing Consultant and SCM Product Lead, IBM Global Business Services November 13, 2013
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Rajesh Ray describes SAP demand planning solutions, including the HANA-based DSiM.


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by Suhail Jaffari, President, JCG Inc. November 12, 2013
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– Suhail Jaffari of JCG Inc. presents a handy tool for determining whether a discrete or process manufacturing type is appropriate for your operation.


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Suhail Jaffari of JCG, Inc., describes the characteristics of each manufacturing type in an SAP system and explains how to select the appropriate manufacturing type to integrate your SAP system with your shop floor system.


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by Gaetano Altavilla, Senior SAP Solutions Architect, Instructor, Project Manager, and Team Leader October 16, 2013
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Dr. Gaetano Altavilla explains how to perform active ingredient batch management in SAP ECC 6.0 with the MM, QM, and FI modules implemented.


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by Sakthi Kumar, Senior Consultant, Infosys, Ltd. October 7, 2013
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Sakthi Kumar of Infosys, Ltd. explains how to convert the batch management of materials from the plant level to the material level.


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See a live demo of SAP Global Batch Traceability, a new solution from SAP for batch-managed manufacturing. The demo shows the graphical presentation enabling streamlined escalation efforts when batch traceability questions arise.

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SCM/SAP Professional Journal – 

Examine a new solution from SAP for batch-managed manufacturing, SAP Global Batch Traceability. See how batch genealogy data is extracted from batch “where used” sources across multiple SAP ERP and non-SAP environments. Look at a batch “tree” presented as a dynamic and interactive Web UI. See a demo showing the graphical presentation enabling streamlined escalation efforts when traceability questions arise. Come away with insights to help you decide if this solution is right for you and where to start.


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by Frank Platt, Senior Director, SAP August 9, 2013
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SAP Senior Director Frank Platt presents a live demo of SAP Manufacturing Integration and Intelligence (SAP MII) software. It includes live dashboards, alert messaging, and analytic tools, as well as the modeling environment to manage your information.

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by Manish Parchure, Lead Consultant, Infosys Technologies Ltd. July 17, 2013
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Manish Parchure explains how to use a configurable general maintenance task list to streamline operations. This approach simplifies planning for each service order, minimizes master data, and eliminates the need for multiple variants of task lists. 


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by Dr. Manfred Schulz, Solution Expert, LoB Manufacturing/Quality Management, SAP AG July 1, 2013
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Learn about SAP's new Quality Issue Management solution and how it ensures product and process compliance along the innovation-to-fulfillment chain in this presentation by SAP AG Solution Manager Dr. Manfred Schulz.


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by Jawad Akhtar, Head of SAP Delivery, AbacusConsulting June 4, 2013
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– Jawad Akhtar of AbacusConsulting says you can correct a mistake in the findings of an inspection lot as long as its usage decision is not made. Being able to change the recorded results of an inspection lot in the Quality Management (QM) module can help if you find errors.


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by Doug TenBrock, Sr., Senior SAP QM Consultant, QMS Inc. May 29, 2013
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Doug TenBrock Sr., senior SAP QM consultant, shows how SAP QM Audit Management can create a consistent process across an enterprise.


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