Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 - Production I
Objectif : This course is part of the curriculum for the Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 Manufacturing certification and is designed for students who want to learn more about using Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 for manufacturing. This course provides a conceptual and operational description of the standard manufacturing functionality of Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009. The material can be used both in the context of an instructor-led training course and as reference material for self-training.
Public : This training material is intended for participants that will use Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 manufacturing from a general user perspective.
Niveau requis : To successfully participate in the Manufacturing course or complete the training in the self-training manner, participants should have a thorough understanding of the following: - General manufacturing knowledge - Inventory control - Core financial information
This chapter discusses the target audience, objectives, prerequisites, and material overview for this course
Sample Company Structure
This chapter discusses how the sample company utilized the system to support - The following: - Distribution - Manufacturing processes
Production Bill of Material
This chapter offers information on the following: - Definition of BOMs - Application of BOMs - The chapter defines what a production BOM is and demonstrates how to create and maintain different BOMs and their alternative versions. - The chapter also deals with phantom BOMs, BOM reports, and various periodic activities such as exchanging BOM items and deleting expired components
Basic Capacities and Routings
This chapter defines the data requirements used to create and maintain capacities, routings, and routing versions. Users learn about the following: - How and where capacities and routings should be used. - Application of productive and non-productive time. - Differences between parallel and serial routings. - Use of routing link codes (useful in a JIT and Lean manufacturing environment). - How to use the Routing Where Used function
This chapter defines what data is required to produce a production order (for example, Routings and BOMs). Users learn about the following: - Various statuses of production orders, including:-released-finished - How to change status. - How to create a manual production order.- How to generate the manual reservation between a sales order and production order. - ƒnHow to handle the changes made to a production or sales order, including:-due date-quantity
Production Order Processing
This chapter explains the manual reporting of materials consumed, time spent on the order, and the quantity of the finished goods produced. Users learn about the following: - How to review the production order statistics after reporting events. - How to define the deviation. - How to integrate warehouse features to facilitate picking and putting away in the following processes:-reporting-consumption-output - How to use the Register Operation Data for posting
Finishing Orders and Auto Reporting
This chapter demonstrates the use of forward and backward production postingflushing. - Users learn about the following: - Forward and backward automatic reporting of materials consumed. - How much time is spent working on the production order. - Quantity of the finished good completed
Ref Cours : 09176
Durée : 2 jours
Tarif inter : Nous consulter
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Tarif intra hors coût de salle et de support pour un maximum de 8 participants.
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