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ORSOFT Manufacturing Workbench
for SAP ERP


marketing@orsoft.de
Tel. +49 (0)341-230 89-00

SAP SDN Product Description

Business Package for OR Soft Manufacturing Workbench

Description:


The Business Package for Manufacturing Workbench is an advanced planning and scheduling (APS) and manufacturing execution system (MES) solution. It consolidates data from different modules or SAP solutions within the SAP Enterprise Portal, allows simulation, optimization, and different interpretation of planning situations.

Support Information:


Contacts


OR Soft Jaenicke GmbH
Martin-Luther-Ring 13
D-04109 Leipzig
Germany

Mr. Dirk Schmalzried

Phone: +49 341 230 89-00
E-mail: marketing@orsoft.de

Version 1.0:


This package is available for:

  • SAP Enterprise Portal 6.0
  • Internet Explorer 6.0

The business package is available in the following languages:

  • English
  • German

You require the following SAP.com solutions alongside SAP Enterprise Portal 6.0:

  • R/3 4.6c
  • SAP Web Application Server 6.40 SP 7

Recommended browser:

  • Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0 or higher

Documentation:


The manufacturing workbench consists of the following roles:

  • Operative Planning
  • Laboratory Scheduling
  • Supply Chain Coordination
  • Materials Management
  • Alert and Exception Management
  • Materials Disposition.

Joint Value Proposition:

  • Scheduling, what-if scenarios, reporting and optimization for production and manufacturing planning
  • Merging data objects from SAP R/3 (PP,PP-PI, QM, PM, MM, CS), SAP ERP, SAP SCM (APO) and third-party vendors
  • Strong visualization elements (graphical Gantt charts, tree views, tables with detailed views) within the SAP Enterprise Portal
  • Powerful algorithms for demand planning and detailed scheduling
  • RAM-based data model for fast mass data operations
  • Online ATP and CTP checks, online dynamic pegging

Download Package:


Click here to download.

Installation and Deinstallation Guide:


A installation guide will be shipped together with the package.

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