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Production Process Task: Exercise 2

Excercise 2

Carry out the following process (pay attention to the SAP-instructions!):

1. Create a customer's order in your training scenario in the SAP-system 10 units "Table-basic."

2. Carry out a planning of demand (singular planning in several steps). Please pay attention to the SAP-instructions).

3. Create a purchase requisition and complete it, if necessary (it's a fixed supplier and purchase organization).

4. Change the purchase requisition into an purchase order. The goods are bought from the same supplier.

5. Book the receipt of goods respectively.

Assuming that the head of the Controlling/Accounting department tells you:

"Before we carry out the delivery process we have to install the cost accounting. To manage this preliminary work we first have to "install" a scheme of cost accounting. But we can only calculate if the costs for the material to produce the tables are known. We assume that costs for raw materials and auxiliary supplies remain stable for a longer period of time. We talk of standard prices in this context. At this stage we can have the product-related costs and the production-related costs calculated. The product-related costs are the summation of the standard prices of the material from the parts list. The production-related costs are those, that are caused by the machinery and the workforce. These prices are becoming part of the calculation/cost accounting (the projected prices). In order to be able to transfer the prices to our scheme of cost accounting we have to add them to our standing data as standard prices. This operation you can't execute by a simple entry (of data). In fact in the SAP-system this is called a price update. Hereby the prices are enlisted into the standing data. Should the standard prices and/or the output activity (e.g., tariffs, taxes, etc.) change you have to execute another price update."

Your task: "Create a scheme of cost accounting and carry out a price update. Use the SAP-instructions."

6. Continue with the delivery process.

7. Change the planned order into a production order.

8. Check: faulty parts, capacity and costs (calculation).

9. Set the production order free.

10. Produce all tables (Final confirmation: 10 units).

11. Check the stocks of raw materials and auxiliary supplies. Also check the stock of tables.

If this process has now gone through without any mistakes, congratulations

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