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Lesson 12: Kitting and De-Kitting

Process for kitting and dekitting

Objectives
After completing this unit, you should be able to:
Create, View, and Complete Work Orders For
Kitting
De-Kitting
VAS is performed to meet order or item specific requirements

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Using VAS
VAS for stocking
VAS operations done by the facilities for stocking periodically
on the basis of expected demand for a product i.e. kits
VAS for refurbishment
Items are returned needing laundering, tuning, cleaning, or
fixing before they are RFI. This will be discussed in a later
lesson.
Breaking kits or De-kitting
Kits broken down because of a change in components
Components needed for shipping
Above maximum quantities
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VAS Features in WMS


VAS features enable you to:
Create Work Orders for Kitting, DeKitting, Refurbishment
Automated Generation of Move Requests
Manage work orders and related processes:
Detailed work order tracking
Specify and track activities required for the service
Report Work Order Completion

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What are Work Orders?


The controlling documents used to specify:
Work required
Materials required
Additional packaging instructions
Work orders specify what is to be made in terms of:
Parent Kit/Quantity
Work Orders are used for:
Stock
Shipping

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Creating a User Initiated Kitting Work Order

Select VAS from the menu and


Click on Create Work Order

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Create Workorder Details Screen-1


Primary Information for Workorder

Work Order # - can be user defined or system generated


Service Item Group select Kitting from the drop down
Purpose select Stock, Order or Ship
Put a check in Release Immediately box.

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Create Workorder Details Screen-2


Work Order Item Data

Enter Item ID or select from the look up and tab out of field
Unit of Measure and Product Class will auto fill
Qty Avail to Build will populate
Enter Requested Quantity
Click on Proceed

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Create Workorder Screen with Component


Details

This screen shows an overview of the components and Total Quantity


needed.
Click on SAVE. This will generate the move tasks from the storage
location to the VAS zone. A Kit Batch9 sheet will automatically print.
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Work Order Details

Click on View Tasks to view and complete the move tasks on the
console from the storage location to the VAS Zone. If the move tasks
will be accomplished via the scan device this step is not needed.
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Task List Screen

Click on
hyperlink for
BatchNo

Click on Complete
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Complete Batch Screen

Make any necessary changes to the Source Location here.

Click on Save to complete the move task(s).

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Batch Detail Screen

Batch Status is now Completed.


Click on Close two times.

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Completing Work Order

Click on Confirm
The JAVA screen will appear.
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VAS Station Kitting

Select Location it will


always be V1-000001
Enter the quantity to
process

Click on SAVE

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Navigating to Move Request Console

Qty Completed.
Kit label and
packing list prints

Task has been created to move the completed kits to


the storage location. Shortcut to the move task is to click
on the back button from this screen.
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Work Order Details Screen

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Task List

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Complete Task

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Kitting Trackable Kits

- Same process is followed for kitting a trackable kit with


the exception of the steps to enter the kit trackable ID
and the trackable ID.
- When the move task is created the system will prompt
for the trackable ID of the component (s)
- - After the confirm button is selected pop up screens
will be displayed for the kit trackable ID and the
trackable ID.
- The following screens show examples .

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Move Task trackable component

Move task screen

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Confirming Kitting Kit Trackable and


Trackable ID
Kit Trackable ID

Trackable ID

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Lesson 15 cont.: De-kitting

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De-Kitting

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Create Work Order Screen

Enter Item ID or select from the look up and tab out of field
Unit of Measure and Product Class will auto fill
Enter Requested Quantity
Click on Proceed

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Create Work Order Information Screen

Click on SAVE

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Work Order Details Screen

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Task List Screen

Check box and view details


or Batch Number Hyperlink

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Batch Details Screen

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Task List

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Work Order Details Screen

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Completed Quantity De-Kitting

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Completed Task

Task(s) have been created to move the component items to


the storage location. Shortcut to the move task is to click
on the back button from this screen.
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Work Order Details

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Task List

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Task Details

Complete and save for each of the


Component items
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Task List

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Lesson 12: Summary


In this lesson, you should have learned:
VAS are activities performed on a product before the product
is delivered to the customer
A Service Group is a categorization for offered service items
A Service Item is a reference to a specific service offering
A Work Order is a controlling document used to specify the
work required, and materials required
Work Order Confirmation is the process by which a user
reports completion of activities related to a Work Order

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Questions?

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