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  1. SAP Best Practices for Consumer Products and Wholesale Industries V1.604 (CO) What’s New

  2. Short Overview of What’s New What‘s new • SAP ERP Release related enhancements • Based on SAP ERP Enhancement Package 4 • Usage of updated NWBC: • New design • Higher performance • 4-layered user navigation • Usage of new POWER lists • New SAP Best Practices roles • Tool and activitation related enhancements • Reduced activation time • Extended personalization ability (cross company enterprise structure) • Scenario related and content changes • Shift of self service procurement scenario into new additional SAP Best Practices version

  3. SAP Best Practices is based on the SAP Enhancement Package 4 Preamble SAP enhancement packages are shipped as a delta shipment to SAP ERP 6.0 Selective Installation Each SAP Enhancement Package contains new versions of existing software components You only update software components, which are related to the functionality you want to use. After installation: No UI or process change until a business function is activated No implications on the underlying NetWeaver platform, however SAP Enhancement Packages require defined ERP support package stack Selective Activation New functionality must be explicitly switched on to become active in the system. If activated: Changes are predictable, only well described changes in the activated areas. Testing is simplified with templates, provided for every business function Installation of New Functionality Separated From Activation via Switch Framework EnhancementPackages ü Optional Selective update - Example Support Packages Mandatory

  4. UsageofUpdatedNWBC • New design • Higher performance • 4-layered usernavigation • NW 7.01 SPS06 will include the updated NWBC in standard for ERP EhP4

  5. Overview of SAP Best Practices for Consumer Products Wholesale Industries Scenarios • Consumer Products • 283 - Activate Document Splitting for Consumer Products and Wholesale Industries • 288 - Extended Rebate Processing with Customer • 289 -Sales Order Inbound via EDI • 290 - Billing Document Outbound via EDI • 291 - Handling Unit Management for Foods Safety • 292 - Contribution Margin Planning • 293 - Integrated Warehouse Management with Return to Vendor • 294 - Transportation Management • 295 - Purchase Rebate • 300 - Yard Management for Inbound Deliveries • 320 - QM in Manufacturing (for Process Manufactured Goods) • 344 - Quality Management: Goods Receipt Inspection for Container Shipments All Enhanced

  6. Overview of SAP Best Practices for Consumer Products Wholesale Industries Scenarios • Wholesale Distribution • 250 - Advanced Customer Returns Management • 296 - Load Building • 297 - Extended Sales order Processing with Sales Support and Dynamic Product Proposal • 298 - Advanced Shipping Notification via EDI – Outbound • 299 - Advanced Shipping Notification via EDI - Inbound • 300 - Yard Management for Outbound Deliveries • 318 - Yard Management for Inbound Deliveries • 321 - Combined Delivery for Sales Order from Multiple Branches • 322 - Advanced Returns from Warehouse to Vendor • 323 - Sales Order Processing with Delivery from other Plant • 345 - Advanced Returns from Store to Warehouse • 346 - Advanced Returns from Store to Warehouse (cross-company) All Enhanced

  7. SAP Best Practices for CP/WSD Colombia V1.604 provides the following new industry-specificscenarios: 318 -Yard Management for Inbound Deliveries 320 - QM in Manufacturing (for Process Manufactured Goods) 321 - Combined Delivery for Sales Order from Multiple Branches 322 - Advanced Returns from Warehouse to Vendor 323 - Sales Order Processing with Delivery from other Plant 344 - Quality Management: Goods Receipt Inspection for Container Shipments New Scenarios

  8. SAP Best Practices for CP/WSD Colombia V1.604 provides the following new industry-specificscenarios: 345 - Advanced Returns from Store to Warehouse 346 - Advanced Returns from Store to Warehouse (cross-company) New Scenarios

  9. 318 - Yard Management for Inbound Deliveries Purpose and Benefits Purpose • Tracks the movement of trailers and provides inventory visibility with the receiving/shipping yard. Benefits • Enabling management and controlfor the planned goods.

  10. 320 - QM in Manufacturing (for Process Manufactured Goods) Purpose and Benefits Purpose • When production orders for finished products are released, inspection lots are automatically generated for quality inspections during production. The usage decision does not have any stock-relevant effects. Benefits • Enables customers make the quality inspection during production.

  11. Purpose The multi-branch combined delivery processing component is a standard sales process between company and customer; during available check only parts of customer ordered material is confirmed in the plant, then the material search of unrestricted quantity in related plants take place. Benefits Transparent view of outstanding stock transfers, stock-in-transit Efficient Processing of internal stock transfers 321 - Combined Delivery for Sales Order from Multiple Branches Purpose and Benefits

  12. 322 - Advanced Returns from Warehouse to Vendor Purpose and Benefits Purpose • Return to vendor with advanced return management Benefits • Inspection Capturing – as part of the return order for returns at the vendor and in a separate application for deliveries • Tracking of Whole Return Process – overview of all involved ERP documents and status recording

  13. Purpose This scenario describes the entire process sequence for a standard sales process with a customer where there is not sufficient material in the local branch and the sale is to be delivered to the customer from another, nearby branch or distribution center. Benefits Enhanced material search in nearby plants during creation of sales order 323 - Sales Order Processing with Delivery from other Plant Purpose and Benefits

  14. Purpose Stock materials are placed in storage following a goods receipt. After the goods receipt posting has been made for materials that require a quality inspection, an inspection log is generated for quality inspections and the quantity is posted in the stock in quality inspection. After a usage decision has been made, the quantity is posted to the corresponding stock (if accepted, to the unrestricted-use stock, if rejected to the blocked stock) 344 - Quality Management: Goods Receipt Inspection for Container Shipments Purpose and Benefits

  15. 345 - Advanced Returns from Store to Warehouse Purpose and Benefits Purpose • Return to store with advanced return management in a company code Benefits • Inspection Capturing – as part of the return order for returns at the counter and in a separate application for deliveries • Definition of Logistical Follow-Up Activities – available in return order and new inspection application in combination with inspection results • Automatic creation of logistical follow-up documents – when saving return orders or inspections • Tracking of Whole Return Process – overview of all involved ERP documents and status recording

  16. 346 - Advanced Returns from Store to Warehouse (cross-company) Purpose and Benefits Purpose • Return to store with advanced return management in a company code Benefits • Inspection Capturing – as part of the return order for returns at the counter and in a separate application for deliveries • Definition of Logistical Follow-Up Activities – available in return order and new inspection application in combination with inspection results • Automatic creation of logistical follow-up documents – when saving return orders or inspections • Returns Refund Determination - Separate application for detailed refund control • Tracking of Whole Return Process – overview of all involved ERP documents and status recording