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Course Overview

Contents:
Course Goals
Course Objectives
Course Content
Course Overview Diagram
Main Business Scenario

Background to AFS

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Course Goals

This course will prepare you to:


Become familiar with strategies for managing the

unique requirements of apparel and footwear


demand management using SAP R/3

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Course Objectives (1)

At the conclusion of this course, you will be able to:


Identify how AFS supports standards and

business practices in the apparel and footwear


industry
Outline how AFS functionality integrates the

supply chain for the apparel and footwear industry


Define and create multi-dimensional material grids

and include them in the material master


Describe a sales grid and the grid control data
Explain the relationship between requirement and

stock categories within a coverage strategy

Add a coverage strategy to material master

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Course Objectives (2)

At the conclusion of this course, you will be able to:


Create a sales order for AFS materials
Set up AFS pricing conditions
Explain Seasonal Processing in AFS
Define Value Added Services
Set up Prepacks and Assortments
Explain the function of the FERT Generator
Check Available to Promise (ATP) for AFS materials
Outline the order scheduling process
Run MRP for AFS materials

Allocate and release an order for AFS materials


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Course Objectives (3)

At the conclusion of this course, you will be able to:


Outline the allocation and release process
Include shipping and billing in the sales order

process in AFS
Run Fast Mass Document Change
Perform Mass Customer and Mass Data Change
Obtain information from the Sales Information

System (SIS)
Name the different order types

Create a rush order

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Course Objectives (4)

At the conclusion of this course, you will be able to:


Perform stock transfer including SD delivery
Create a multi-store order for AFS material
Create and call off a contract
Process return shipments
Set up third-party order processing
Process purchase-to-order and make-to-order

Describe the AFS-Retail interface

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Course Content

Unit 1

Preface
Course Overview

Unit 9

Sales Order Processing

Unit 2

AFS Master Data

Unit 10

Mass Changes

Unit 3

Order Entry (Basic)

Unit 11

Sales Information System

Unit 4

AFS Pricing

Unit 12

Additional Order Types

Unit 5

Order Entry (Detail)

Unit 13

AFS-Retail Interface

Unit 6

Seasons

Unit 14

Conclusion

Unit 7

Value Added Services

Unit 8

Prepacks and Assortments


Exercises
Solutions

Appendix
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Course Overview

AFS
Master Data

Material
Grids

Material
Master

Categories

Mass
Data
Change

Demand
Management

Customer
Master

Material
Determination

Pricing

Value
Added
Services

Seasons

Mass
Customer
Change

MRP
Procurement
Sales

Allocation
Delivery
Run

Invoicing

AFS Sales
Information Retail
System Interface

Mass
Document
Change

AFS specific functionality

R/3 Standard functionality with


AFS enhancements
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Main Business Scenario

You are a member of the implementation team

responsible for setting up demand management at


your company.

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R/3 Data Structure versus AFS Product Structure

CONSTRUCTION
TYPE

STYLE

COLOR (WAY)

SIZE

Running

Basketball

Style 4711

Style 4712

WHT/BLU/BLK

WHT/RED/BLK

W-8

R-8

W-9
N-8

R-9

WHT/RED/GRN
...

N-9

...

Available R/3 Standard Data Structure Elements:


Product
Groups

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Classification

Structured
Articles

Material
Master

Stock

...

AFS Development Scope: SD

Order capture, EDI and Internet


Material grid in sales order entry
Available to Promise (ATP) stock check
Prices and taxes
Credit card processing
Seasonal processing
Special operations
Mass Change

AFS Sales Information System (SIS)

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Development Scope: MM/PP

Source Allocation
Allocation
Source
Transportation/SourcingTracking
Tracking
Transportation/Sourcing
Stock segmentation
segmentation
Stock
Purchase order
ordersub-items
sub-itemsfor
forsizes
sizes
Purchase
Inventory management
managementatatmaterial
materialnumber
number
and
size
level
Inventory
and
size
level
Multi-level contracts
contracts
Multi-level
MRP at
at material
materialnumber
numberand
andsize
sizelevel
level
MRP
dependentBOMs
BOMs(Bill
(BillofofMaterial)
Material)
Size dependent
specific dependent
dependentrequirements
requirements
Size specific
Flexible planning
Flexible
planning

Three level
Three
level production
productionorders
orders(material
(materialnumber/bundles/sizes)
number/bundles/sizes)

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AFS Development Milestones


Delivery of AFS Requirements
Conceptual Design Completed
First Access to AFS System
Delivery AFS Release 1.0 (ALPHA version)
01/98

04/98
02/98

05/96

07/96

03/97

09/98
07/00
06/98
03/00

08/97

Delivery AFS Release 1.0 (FCS/BETA version)


AFS Release 1.0A
AFS Release 1.0B
AFS Release 1.0C
AFS Release 1.0D
AFS Release 2.5A

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AFS Release 2.5B

Status: Customers per Region


Americas

Alpargatas, AR
Bauer Nike, CAN
Bruno Magli / Uma Shoe
Cole Haan
Florsheim Group
Guilford Home Fashions
Justin Industries
Nike
Peerless Clothing, CAN
Reebok International
Sara Lee Hosiery
Spalding Sports, CAN
Superior Uniform
Thaw
Tropical Sportswear
VF Services
Wolverine Worldwide

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Europe

Asia

adidas international
Armbro Holdings, NZ
Bally Schuh, CH
Beijing Li-Ning, China
Calida AG, CH
MAST/Slimline, Sri Lanka
Coats Viyella, UK
Dollfus Mieg & Cie, F
Eccolet, DK
El Corte Ingls, ES
G&A, UK
Grupo Coflusa (Camper), ES
Head Tyrolia Mares, AT
Kansas Workwear, DK
OP Profashion, CZ
Overland, UK
Salamander, D
Schiesser, CH
Stone Fashion, NL
Tommy Hilfiger, NL
Zorlu, TU

27 Live Customers
adidas, Australia, UK & Spain
Alpargatas, Argentina
Armbro, New Zealand
Bally Schuh, Switzerland & Asia
Bauer Nike Hockey, Canada
Bruno Magli / Uma Shoe, USA
Calida, Switzerland
Coats Viyella, United Kingdom
Cole Haan, USA
Dollfuss, Mieg & Cie, France
Eccolet, Denmark
Florsheim, USA
Guilford Home Fashion, USA
Head Tyrolia Mares, Austria & USA

Status: 1 March 2000

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Justin Boots, USA


Kansas Workwear, Denmark
OP Profashion, Czech Republic
Reebok International/Greg Norman,
Japan, Germany, USA & France
Salamander, Germany
Schiesser, Germany
Slimline/Mast, Sri Lanka
Stone Fashion, Netherlands
Superior Uniform, USA
Thaw, USA
Tommy Hilfiger, Netherlands
Vanity Fair Corporation, USA
Wolverine Worldwide, USA