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BaaN Hours Accounting

Sr.
Session
Usage
Important Fields
* Master Data Set-up
1.
Main. Working Time Tables
* Define code for different Time tables

2.
Main. Hourly Labour Types
* To maintain different types of hours and the rates associated with the same
* Hour Type
3.
Main. Working Hours
* To define the working times for each Working Time table
* Hourly Labour Type
4.
Main. Period Tables
* To define the different periods (e.g. month, quarter) in an year.
* Used for accounting and budgeting functions

* Hours Accounting Procedure


1.
Enter Hours Accounting
* To enter the Hours spent by operators on the Shop floor
* Transaction Type:
* Project Hours
* Production Hours
* Service Hours
* Indirect Hours
* Absence Hours
* Production (PMG) Hours

* HTS (Hour Status)


* 1- Active
* 2- Interrupted
* 3- Completed
2.
Global Update of Hours Accounting
* For feeding the hours collectively of many workers simultaneously for :
* Indirect Hours
* Absence Hours

3.
Day-End Hours Accounting Processing
* To close all active and interrupted order at the end of the day
* To reactivate the same the next working day

BaaN Hours Accounting


Sr.
Session
Usage
Important Fields
4.
Process Hours Accounting
* To post the Accounted Hours to Finance
5.
Archive Hours Accounting
* To store the accounted hours in the server for future use and to remove the same
from the current view

BaaN Inventory Location Control ( ILC )

Implementing ILC Module:

* The parameter 'Negative Inventory Allowed' in the session "Maintain INV


Parameters" has to be set to "No"
* Warehouses have to be defined through the session "Maintain Warehouses"
* "Generate Location System" : Run this session to implement ILC in the company and
it sets the parameter "Location Control Implemented" as 'yes' in the session
"Maintain ILC Parameters"
* Set all other parameters in "Maintain ILC Parameters"
* Enter the "Storage Unit" for all items in "Maintain Item Data"
* If LTC is not implemented the 'Outbound Priority' of items by default would be
'By Location'

Set up the Locations:

* "Change Location System by Warehouse" : Specify the warehouses in which


Inspection and Receipt Locations have to be created.
* A warehouse may not be divided into locations.
* "Maintain Locations": Define the description, row, level, bin and other data like
capacity etc.

BaaN Inventory Location Control

SR.

BaaN Session

Usage

Remarks

Master Set Up:

1.
a) Change Location Systems by Warehouse(tdilc0231m000)

b) Maintain Locations(tdilc0110m000)
* Create locations within a warehouse.

* Define the location data for the receipt & inspection location
* Create the normal locations in the warehouse.
* Define the codes of the receipt and inspection locations to be created.
* Define the descriptions, row, level, bin, capacity, blocking status etc.

2.

Maintain Locations by Item(tdilc0130m000)

* Define fixed locations for an item

* Specify the locations, inbound priority and inventory levels


* An item can have multiple fixed locations with different priorities
* This is an optional session

3.

Maintain Reasons for Blocking(tdilc0140m000)

* Create the reason codes and the reasons

* The reason code is used to block locations

4.

Maintain Messages(tdilc0160m000)

* Define the message codes and the messages

* The message code is used in linking to a location


* The message is displayed as and when the concerned location is used in the system
* This is optional

BaaN Inventory Location Control

SR.

BaaN Session

Usage

Remarks

Master Set Up : Storage Conditions

5.

Maintain Storage Conditions(tdilc0150m000)

* Define the storage condition and the corresponding codes

* The storage conditions are used to link to locations, warehouse, items etc.

6.

a) Maintain Storage Conditions by Warehouse and Location(tdilc0151m000)


b) Maintain Warehouse and Location by Storage Condition(tdilc0152m000)
* Assign storage conditions to locations in a warehouse

* Assign locations to storage condition

* Select the condition codes, condition type and whether it is mandatory or not.
* Storage conditions are active if the parameters "Test Storage Cond. for
Locations/Warehouse at Inbound Mvm./Transh.in" is set 'yes' in the session
"Maintain ILC Parameters"

7.

a) Maintain Storage Conditions by Item(tdilc0154m000)

b) Maintain Items by Storage Condition(tdilc0155m000)

* Assign the storage conditions to an item/customized item.

* Assign the items to a storage condition.

* While generating inbound advice or while transferring inventory the condition


that applies to an item would be checked.
* Storage conditions are active if the parameters "Test Storage Cond. for Items at
Inbound Mvm./Transh.in" is set 'yes' in the session "Maintain ILC Parameters"

BaaN Inventory Location Control

SR.

BaaN Session

Usage

Remarks

Master Set Up : Storage Conditions

8.

a) Maintain Storage Conditions by Item Group(tdilc0156m000)

b) Maintain Item Groups by Storage Condition(tdilc0157m000)

* Assign the condition to an item group.

* Assign item groups to a storage condition.

* The condition would be applicable for a whole range of items.


* Storage conditions are active if the parameters "Test Storage Cond. for Item
Grps. at Inbound Mvm./Transh.in" is set 'yes'
in the session "Maintain ILC Parameters".

Master Set Up : Inventory Transactions


9.

Maintain Reasons for Inventory Adjustment(tdilc1105m000)

* Define the reason codes and reasons for inventory adjustment.

* This reason code is attached to a warehouse order while making inventory


adjustment in the session ""Enter Inventory Transactions".
* This session is optional

10.

Maintain user Authorizations for Inventory transactions(tdinv1110m000)

* This will authorize a particular user for doing specific transactions in


inventory transactions.

BaaN Inventory Location Control

SR.

BaaN Session

Usage

Remarks

Purchase Receipt Procedure:

1.

Maintain Receipts(tdpur4120m000)

* Receive the goods and post the stock to inventory in the default warehouse

* This will post the stock to the receipt location of the default warehouse.

2.

Maintain Run Numbers(tdilc4010s000)

* Define a run number for your login code

* This is an inbound run number, which must be filled while generating inbound
advice.
* This is a zoom session from the field 'Run' in the session "Generate Inbound
Advice"

3.

Generate Inbound Advice (tdilc4203m000)

Or
Maintain Inbound Data(tdilc4103m000)

* This will create an inbound advice, which would advise as to which location, what
quantity has to be stored.

* This is used to create the advice manually.

* Fill in the order type, P.O.no.


* Print the advice.

* Select the run no. and the P.O. and go to lines and select the receipt and
location.

4.

Print Inbound Data(tdilc4403m000)

* Print the inbound data when it is generated manually through "Maintain Inbound
Data"

* While generating inbound advice fixed location has a higher priority than free
location.
* Storage conditions are also taken into consideration if so maintained.

BaaN Inventory Location Control

SR.

BaaN Session

Usage

Remarks

Purchase Receipt Procedure:

5.

Release Inbound Data(tdilc4204m000)

* This will actually remove the stock from the receipt to normal location

* This session can be activated from the session "Maintain Inbound Data"

Production Issue Procedure:

1.

Maintain Run Number(tdilc4010s000)

* Define an outbound run no. for your login code

2.
Generate Outbound Advice(tdilc4201m000)

Or

Maintain Outbound Data(tdilc4101m000)

* This will create outbound advice, which would inform that from which location how
much quantity has to be retrieved.

* This is to create advice by manually selecting the location.

* The system generates outbound advice based on the 'Outbound Priority' of the item
as defined in the item master.
* If Lot Control is not implemented, by default the outbound priority is 'By
Location'.

BaaN Inventory Location Control

SR.

BaaN Session

Usage

Remarks

Production Issue Procedure:

3.

Print Outbound Data(tdilc4401m000)

* This will print the outbound data if it has been created manually.

4.

Release Outbound Data(tdilc4202m000)

* This will actually reduce the inventory in the issue location.

* This session can be activated through the session "Maintain Outbound Data".

Production Receipt Procedure:

1.

Report Production Orders Completed(tisfc0202m000)

* While reporting production order completed and while "Post to Inventory" the
finished goods would be directly posted to the receipt location of the default
warehouse.

2.

Rest of the procedure is same as the inbound procedure as followed in Purchase


Receipt from step 2.

BaaN Inventory Location Control

SR.

BaaN Session

Usage

Remarks

Sales Delivery Procedure:

1.

Generate Outbound Advice(tdilc4201m000)

Or

Maintain Outbound Data(tdilc4101m000)

* This will create outbound data.

* This will create allocation for the delivery quantity in the chosen location.

2.

Print Outbound Data(tdilc4401m000)

* This will print the outbound data if it has been created manually.

3.

Release Outbound Data(tdilc4202m000)

* This will actually reduce the inventory in the issue location.

* "Maintain Delivery" is not needed and the data in that session is updated as soon
as this session is run.
BaaN Inventory Location Control

SR.

BaaN Session

Usage

Remarks

Inventory Transaction Procedure:

1.

Enter Inventory Transactions(tdilc1120m000)

* This is used to manually transfer inventory between locations in the same


warehouse or in different warehouses.
* Inventory adjustment is also done through this.

* Select the transaction type and the quantity and "Continue".


* The session in the next step will open

2.

Enter Inventory Transactions by Lot and Location

* Select the location and the storage quantity.

* The system will allot a warehouse order no.

Blocking of Inventory:

1.

(Un)block Inventory by Transaction(tdilc1140m000)

* Inventory at a certain location can be blocked transaction wise.

* Blocking can be done for a particular item.

2.

(Un)block Stock Point for All Transactions(tdilc1141m000)

* Here blocking can be done for all transactions by giving reason

* Blocking can be done for a particular item.

3.

(Un)block Locations for All Transactions(tdilc0120m000)


* This will block all inventories in a location for all items.
* A reason code can be attached.

* The login code is recorded so that no one else can remove the blocking.

BaaN Inventory Location Control

SR.

BaaN Session

Usage

Remarks

Blocking of Inventory:

4.

(Un)block Locations by Transaction(tdilc0111m000)

* This will block a location specifically for a type of transaction as required

* Reason codes cannot be attached here.

5.

(Un)block Ranges of Location(tdilc0220m000)

* This will globally block ranges of locations for all transactions

* Reason codes can be attached here.

Unblocking of Inventory:

1.

(Un)block Inventory by Transaction(tdilc1140m000)

* Inventory at a certain location can be unblocked transaction wise.


* The relevant field has to be set to 'No'

* Unblocking can be done for a particular item only for own login.

2.

Unblock Stock Point(tdilc1142m000)

* Here unblocking can be done for blocking done by other users.

3.

(Un)block Locations for All Transactions(tdilc0120m000)


* Unblocking is done by deleting a particular line.

* Unblocking can be done only for own login.

BaaN Inventory Location Control

SR.

BaaN Session

Usage

Remarks

Unblocking of Inventory:

4.

(Un)block Locations by Transaction(tdilc0111m000)

* Unblock a location by setting the relevant transaction field as 'no'

5.

Unblock Locations(tdilc0121m000)

* To unblock locations for all transactions blocked by other users.

Cycle Counting Procedure:

1.

Generate Cycle Counting Orders(tdilc5210m000)

* This will generate cycle counting orders for the warehouse, location selected.

* The cycle counting interval by item class is set in "Maintain Inventory


Parameters"
* If the last counting date of a stock point increased by the counting interval
lies on or before the current date then only it is included in the order.

2.

Print Cycle Counting Orders(tdilc5410m0000

* This will print a counting list where the physically counted data can be entered
vis--vis the system inventory.

* Cycle counting orders are created only for the normal location in a warehouse.
BaaN Inventory Location Control

SR.

BaaN Session

Usage

Remarks

Cycle Counting Procedure:

3.

Enter Location Cycle Counting Data(tdilc5110m000)

* Here the counted inventory data is entered.

* If the system and physical inventory matches then "Initialize Counted Inventory"

4.

Print Cycle Counting Check Report(tdilc5411m000)

* Print the result of cycle counting.

* This will give the variance between system and physical inventory.

5.

Process Cycle Counting Data(tdilc5211m000)

* This will correct the system inventory based on the data entered in step 3.
* This will process the order so that the blocking of inventory can be removed.

* This can be done in the session in step 3 also.

This document is prepared for:

BaaN Inventory Lot Control (LTC)

Implementing LTC Module:

* Location Control (ILC) has to be necessarily implemented.


* Items have to be lot controlled.
* Convert the desired existing non-lot items to lot items through "Convert Non-Lot
Item to Lot Item". This session is used to convert existing items for which some
inventory already exists.
* The items with no inventory the conversion can be done in "Maintain
Item/customized Item Data" by changing the field 'Lot Control' from 'Not
Applicable' to 'By Lot/By Unit'.
* Inventory valuation method can also be changed to 'Lot Price' from 'FTP' through
the above session.
* Outbound Priority of items can be changed from 'By Location' to 'FIFO' or 'LIFO'
if so desired, through the session "Maintain Outbound System by Item".
Set Up the Parameters:

* 'Generate Lot Codes': If it is set as 'Yes' then the system will automatically
assign a lot code depending upon the series defined in "Maintain First Free
Numbers"
* 'Lot tracking implemented': Lot Tracking submodule can be kept inactive or it can
be implemented. This is required for traceability because it allows tracking the
origin and use of items right from the supplier to the customer.

BaaN Inventory Lot Control

SR.

BaaN Session

Usage

Remarks

Master Set Up:

1.

Maintain Lot ID Structure(tdltc0105m000)

* If system generated lot code is used then a lot code structure for each series
can be defined.

* A 16-digit code can be defined by incorporating various item fields like item
code, item type, material, etc and even the date parts of lot creation.

2.

Maintain Lot Selection Codes(tdltc0102m000)

* The selection code is defined here and its description.

* This is used for searching for lots.


* Lot selection codes can be attached to a lot while creating it in "Maintain Lots"

Master Set Up: Variable Lot features

3.

Maintain Variable Lot Features(tdltc0110m000)

* Define the code and description of the variable lot features.

4.

Maintain Variable Lot Features by Item(tdltc0111m000)


* This assigns a variable lot feature to an item/customized item.

* The lot features linked here will only be applicable for that item.

BaaN Inventory Lot Control

SR.

BaaN Session

Usage

Remarks

Lot Generation: Purchase

1.

Maintain Receipts(ILC)

* This session will automatically open when receiving a lot item in the session
"Maintain Receipts" after entering the pack slip quantity and date.

* Then 'zoom from the field 'Lot' to enter the session "Maintain Lots".

2.

Maintain Lots(tdltc0101m000)

* Enter the lot series and supplier.

* Supplier's lot code, certificate code and selection codes are optional.

Lot Generation: Production

1.

Report Production Orders Completed(tisfc0202m000)

* After going to 'Post to Inventory' the session " Maintain Receipts" will
automatically open.

2.

Maintain Receipts(ILC)(tdilc4113s000)

* 'Zoom' from the field 'Lot' to go into "Maintain Lots".

3.
Maintain Lots(tdltc0101s000)

* Enter the date of receipt.

* Certificate code and selection codes are optional.

BaaN Inventory Lot Control

SR.

BaaN Session

Usage

Remarks

Recording Variable Lot Feature Value:

1.

Maintain Variable Lot Feature Values(tdltc0112m000)

* After creating a lot, the variable lot feature of the concerned item can be
recorded in this session.

This is optional.

Lot Tracking:

1.

Display/Print Where-Used Lots

* To find out the use of lots originated from production or purchase to the
production order or sales order.

* Through this it would be possible to ascertain that to which customer a


particular purchased or production lot has gone.

2.

Display/Print Origin by Lot/Order

* To find out the origin of all lots of an item

3.

Display Lot by Supplier's Lot

* To find out the lots created from a supplier's lot for an item.
NOTE:
The basic issue and receipt procedure is exactly same as that of outbound and
inbound procedure as elaborated in location control.
During generation of outbound advice a particular would be selected.

Thanks a Lot!!

This document is prepared for:

BaaN Manufacturing Projects


Sr.
Session
Usage
Important Fields
? Project Definition Stage
1.
Main. Projects
? Defining a New code and giving it a unique code
? Project Type
? Customer
? Planning Method
? Start / Completion Date
2.
Main. Customised Item Data
? For defining customised items which form the
project components
? Item Type
? Cost Price Component
3.
Main. Customised BOM
? Defining Product Structure
? Item Category
4.
Main. Customised Routing
? Define Routing for the final Project

5.
Main. Project Parts
? Define description and qty for sales order lines

6.
Main. Activities
? Define the activities (e.g. Drg. Approval) for the
project
? Task
? Work Centre
? Planning Factor
? Rough capacity requirement
? Desired Start and Finish dates
7.
Main. Activity Relationships
? Define the Successors and Predecessors to each
activity

8.
Gen. Network Planning
? Generate the network Plan for th eproject
? Project Code
9.
Main. Activities using Graphical Planning
Board
? View the network and fine tune the same

10.
Maintain Module Planning
? Link the projects components (e.g. actuator) to
activities
? Safety Time
? Project Budgeting Stage
11.
Maintain Budgets
? Define Budget Codes
? Customer
12.
Maintain Budget Calculation Code
? Define codes for simulation
? Operation Rate

BaaN Manufacturing Projects


Sr.
Session
Usage
Important Fields
13.
Copy Project to Budget
? To copy the item data, BOM, Routing respectively
to Calculation Part, Material Sheet and Routing
Sheet

14.
Main. Operation Rates by Budget
? Fill in the labour, machine and labour rates for
each operation code

15.
Calculate Cost price by Budget
? Calculate the cost price using the simulation code
16.
Calculate Sales Price by Budget
? Calculate the sales price for the Budgeted Project

17.
Gen. Sales Quotations for Budget
? To make an quotation based on the budget after
adding the gross profit

18.
Enter Quotation Results
? To convert the quotation into an order

? Project Execution Stage


19.
Main. General Project Costs
? Add general costs (e.g. Travel, entertainment)

20.
Calculate Cost Prices by Project
? Calculate Cost Prices of the Project

21.
Print Cost Price by Project
? View the cost price of the project

22.
Main. Project Status
? Change the project status from free to simulated /
active
? Project Status
23.
Gen. Planned PRP Orders
? Generate Planned Production / Purchase Orders
for the Project
? Type of PRP Run
? Time Fence
24.
Disp. Planned Inventory Transactions by
customised item / order
? To view the order nos. of the various planned
orders generated and to view the planned material
movement

25.
Plan Capacity Requirements by Project
? Plan Capacity Requirements for Project

26.
Graphs Chart of week utilisation by work
centre
? View the capacity utilisation of different Work
centres for the project

27.
Confirm and Transfer Planned PRP
Purchase Orders
? Transfer the Purchase Orders to Distribution
module

BaaN Manufacturing Projects


Sr.
Session
Usage
Important Fields
28.
Confirm and Transfer Planned PRP
Production Orders
? Transfer the Production Orders to Shop Floor
Control (SFC) module

29.
Print Actual Cost Price by Project
? To view the actual cost incurred for the project

30.
Close Project
? To close the Work Order

BaaN Purchase Control


Sr.
Session
Usage
Important Fields
* Master & Related Data Set-up
1.
Main. Terms Of Payment
* Define the Terms of Payment to be attached during raising Purchase Orders for a
Supplier

2.
Main. Terms of Delivery
* To maintain different types of Terms of delivery to be attached during raising
Purchase Orders for a Supplier

3.
Main. Order Type
* To define the Order Types to which are attached various Order Steps to be
followed while Purchase Order Cycle

4.
Main. Supplier
* To define the Supplier Master Information
* Supplier Type
* Manual & Planning Purchase Orders
1.
Main. Purchase Orders
* Raise Purchase Orders and follow the steps as mentioned in the Order Type
* Purchase Order Series
* Supplier Order Type
* Currency
2.
Main. BOM
* For defining the structure of the Item with its respective child items
3.
Generate MRP Orders
* To generate the time-phased release for the purchase as well as production orders
for a manufactured item based on its child items Item types and lead times
* Type of MRP Run
4.
Confirm MRP Purchase Orders
Transfer MRP Purchase Orders
* Confirm the suggested MRP Purchase Order before transferring to Purchase Control

* Purchase Inquiries
1.
Maintain Inquiries
* Raise an inquiry on your supplier for required item/s
* Order Type
* Currency
2.
Print Inquiries
* To print inquiries for the supplier

3.
Enter Inquiry Result
* To record data about deliveries

4.
Copy Inquiry Lines to Purchase Order
* To copy Inquiry Lines mentioned in Inquiry on to Purchase Order

* Subcontracting
1.
Maintain Subcontracting Rates
* To define the various Subcontracting Rates by subcontracting operations,
subcontractor and task

2.
Generate Subcontracting Order
* To generate a subcontracting order by subcontractor, project and operation and
follow the necessary Purchase Order Steps
* Purchase Order Type
* Inventory Related Purchase Inquiries & Reports
1.
Display Warehouse Inventory By Item
* Displays the Item Data information like Inventory On Hand, Economic Stock, Safety
Stock, Re-order Point

2.
Display Planned Inventory Transactions By Item
* Displays various Transactions like Sales, Purchase etc item wise

This Document Prepared for:


20/11/98
BaaN Manufacturing Subcontracting Procedure
Sr.
Session/s
Usage
Important Note
* Planned Subcontracting
1.
Main. Production Order
* Creating a Production Order or will be Planned

2.
Print Order Documents & Release Production Order
* Release to Shop Floor

3.
Material Issue for Production Order
* Issue the material to Shop floor against the order and BOM

4.
Report Operations Complete
* Report Operations complete for all the in-house operations, appearing before the
first Subcontracting Operation in Routing of Item

5.
Generate Subcontracting Order
* Generating a subcontracting order for the subcontracting operation
* Define an Item as Subcontracting
* Maintain Subcontracting Rate for the Item
* Imp fields : Production Order No., Operation, Supplier & Purchase Order Type
6.
Purchase Control
* Complete the necessary Purchase Order Steps

7.
Report Operations Complete
* Report the Subcontracting Operation Complete

* Un-Planned Subcontracting
1.
Main. Production Order
* Creating a Production Order or will be Planned

2.
Print Order Documents & Release Production Order
* Release to Shop Floor

3.
Material Issue for Production Order
* Issue the material to Shop floor against the order and BOM

4.
Report Operations Complete
* Report Operations complete for all the in-house operations

BaaN Manufacturing Subcontracting Procedure


Sr.
Session/s
Usage
Important Note
5.
Subcontract Operation
* Shift the particular unplanned subcontracting operation to a Subcontracting Work
Centre
* Subcontracting Work Centre
* Production Order Number
* Operation
6.
Generate Subcontracting Order
* Generating a subcontracting order for the subcontracting operation
* Define an Item as Subcontracting
* Maintain Subcontracting Rate for the Item
* Imp fields : Production Order No., Operation, Supplier & Purchase Order Type
7.
Purchase Control
* Complete the necessary Purchase Order Steps

8.
Report Operations Complete
* Report the Subcontracting Operation Complete

This Document Prepared for:


This Document Prepared for:

Key User Group Training at Virgo Engineers Limited (VEL)

Quiz No 1 11/11/98

BaaN S/W Overview

1. Differentiate between various forms under BaaN and state the relevant examples.

2. Name all the applications under BaaN IV.

3. Name the applications relevant for VEL.

4. Differentiate between Package, Module & Session.


5. Name the version of BaaN package being implemented at VEL.

6. What is the use of various parameters in BaaN?

BaaN MCS & BaaN Common

1. What does MCS stand for?

2. Name the master data sessions under BaaN Common

3. What is the use of Item Group? Take examples in VEL's perspective.

4. In Employee Data, should all the employees be attached to a work centre?

5. Can different Currency Rates be maintained for same Currency for Purchase &
Sales?

6. Name the Customer Types under BaaN Common. What is the significance of these
types?

General

How much do you think you can score in this quiz out of 100?

Thank you

Key User Group Training at Virgo Engineers Limited (VEL)

Quiz No 3 13/11/98

Name :
Division :

BaaN Manufacturing-BOM

1. Does purchase item have a production BOM under BaaN Mfg?

2. Where do you configure that the BOM under BaaN Manufacturing would be maintained
by Item or Operation? If the BOM is maintained by Operation then what is the
implication in planning?

3. What is the benefit of Updating Low Level Code/s in BOM?

4. How do you globally replace a component belonging to BOM of a number of items?

5. Which BaaN session gives information regarding the occurance of a component in


various BOMs, item wise?

BaaN Manufacturing - Routing

1. What are the three things that are needed to be defined before Maintaining a
Routing for a Manufactured Item?

2. What are the various work centre types?

3. What is the relevance of defining a work centre as "Critical in MPS"?

4. Where do you attach a machine to a work centre?

5. Name the various task types. Which two are applicable to Routing?

6. What does Man & Machine occupation mean in session Maintain Task?

7. What is the use of defining various Routing Codes for a Manufactured Item?
8. Can you change the Work Centre for a Task during Maintain Routing ?

9. What is the application/use of Maintaining Norm Tables?

General

What happens if you take the BaaN Logo to your ear?

Thank you

Key User Group Training at Virgo Engineers Limited (VEL)

Quiz No 4 17/11/98

Name :
Division :

BaaN Manufacturing-Projects

1. What is BaaN Manufacturing Projects Module used for?

2. What are the different types of Projects (Project Types)?

3. Name the planning methods used in Manufacturing Projects.

4. Define the Item Types that can be maintained under Customized Item Data.

5. Name and describe the two Item Categories under Customized BOM.

6. How do the Early Start Date and Early End Date for an activity get calculated?

7. Under Network Planning can two or more activities can start and end together? If
so, how?
8. What is the purpose of Module Planning?

9. Give the steps in calculating the Cost Price by Budget.

10. Can a quotation generated in Project Budget be converted into Sales Order based
on the Quotation result? Explain.

11. Explain the process for calculating the General Project Costs.

12. Why should the Project Status be changed from free to Simulated/Active under
Project Status?

13. What types of orders does PRP run generate?

14. Give significance of each of the three steps to be performed after running a
PRP required to be done before actual Production/Purchase Orders can be released.

15. How to close a Project?

General

What are the rats found in BaaN called?

Thank you

Key User Group Training at Virgo Engineers Limited (VEL)


Quiz No 6 19/11/98

Name :
Division :

BaaN Sales Control

1. What is Sales Order Type? What are Order Steps used for?

2. What is the difference between Planned Order Date & Planned Receipt Date?

3. What are the 2 mandatory Sales Order steps?

4. In which session you know the Status of the particular Order Step?

5. How do you know that availability of the Item during Sales Order entry?

6. What are the sources of Sales Order generation?

7. During converting the Sales Quotation to a Sales Order, what should be the
status of the quotation?

8. What is the difference between Normal and Special Sales Contract?

BaaN Inventory Control

1. What is Hard Allocations used for?

2. What is the difference between Hard Allocating through the sessions Maintain
Hard Allocations and Hard Allocations?
3. What are the types of Order for which you can Hard Allocate?

4. How is it possible to find the status on available material for the components
in the BOM of a finished Item?

General

What did SAP say when they saw BaaN stealing away with the order?

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Key User Group Training at Virgo Engineers Limited (VEL)

Quiz No 7 20/11/98

BaaN Purchase Control

1. Explain the sessions Maintain Terms of Payment and Maintain Terms of Delivery.

2. Can you maintain multiple Supplier addresses?

3. What is the Order Type in the module Purchase Control ? What are the mandatory
steps in Order Type ?

4. What are different supplier statuses you can define ?

5. What are steps followed for the purchase order taken during training ?

6. Can you receive material less than the ordered quantity ?

7. What is the use of session Print GRN? Does it contain delivered the quantity ?
8. What are the three stages that are essential after running MRP before the order
gets ready for Purchase and Production to take action on?

9. What information does the session Display Planned Inventory Movement give?

10. Where do you get to know the status of the Planned MRP Purchase Orders?

11. What is use of " Enter Inquiry Result " ?

12. How will you define the subcontracting rates ?

13. How will you check inventory of any item?

14. What is sub-contracted Item? Where it is used?

15. Explain the process of Subcontracting.

General

Mention any 3-field names which you remember that we said was not important for
Virgo but still explained to you (on your request) during today's training. Grace
would be given for explanation of the respective fields.

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