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Make to Order Scenario for MM

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Hi All,

I like to know what are the Scenario for Make to Order Process in MM. Which as to be taken care for the business process in India. If listed out with the flow it will be of great help.


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There in no effect on MM wather it is make to oreder or make to stock.

The same differs in PP.

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Procurement of Stock Material

Procurement with Contract

Internal Procurement: Stock Transfer with Delivery

Internal Procurement: Stock Transfer w/o Delivery

Internal Procurement: Cross-Company Stock Transfer

Physical Inventory

Procurement of External Services

Procurement of Imported Materials

Procurement of Capital Material to Manufacturing Plant

Subcontracting without Payment of Excise Duty

Procurement of Trading Material

Like this i like to know the list of SCENARIOS for make to order in MM Process. If possible with flow.


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Make to order is a production planning strategy.

Make to order normally flows in the below mentioned path.

1) Requirement of FG arises from Sales

2) Sales order will be generated against requirement

3) When MRP runs for the plant, by considering sales order, MRP element will be triggering PR / SA / Planned Order depending upon the settings in material master & other associated records.

4) If planned order has got converted to PR, then subsequently PO can be converted from PR.

5) After that you will be following normal procurement processes as you mentioned like,

Procurement of Stock Material, Procurement with Contract, etc..

Hope it will helps you...



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As mentioned by Kumar the STD MM process will be like mentioned above.You are asking about the business process that is followed in Make to order scenario. That process is also the same like you have mentioned in your earlier post. Some of the STD business process are,

1.Domestic procurement

2.Import procurement



5.Scheduling agreement

6.STO (inter & intra company)

Hope it helps you.

Edited by: MM Consultant on Jul 29, 2010 4:42 PM

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Make to order is mainily for PP and SD .

In PP point of view , once the customer order comes then production work will get started .

In MM point of view , we ahve to procure material when ever PP people needs .

So hope u got clear idea