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2 © 2010 Invensys. All Rights Reserved. The names, logos, and taglines identifying the products and services of Invensys are proprietary marks of Invensys or its subsidiaries. All third party trademarks and service marks are the proprietary marks of their respective owners. © Invensys 11/01/11Invensys proprietary & confidentialSlide 2 Functional Workshop / Training Part 2 Pick Lists Session Name: Functional Workshop/Training. Part 2 Session ID #: PBAV211-3 Presented by James Balt 11/09/11

3 Slide 3 Invensys Enterprise Control Offerings Manufacturing / Production Operations Corporate Integration and Collaboration Platform Automation Invensys and Third Party Software Applications Invensys and Third Party Enterprise Control System IT Platform Corporate Systems

4 Slide 4 Integration & Collaboration Platform Enterprise Integration Workflow Open Device Integration Web Portal Application Toolkit Historian Third-Party Offerings Software Applications Execution Manufacturing Execution Systems Batch Enterprise Asset Management Mobile Workforce Management Performance Enterprise Manufacturing Intelligence Performance Measurement and Reporting VisualizationQuality Asset Performance Optimization Operator Training Design Advanced Process Control Simulation / Optimization Control DCSPACSCADAHMI Safety Safety Instrumented Systems General Purpose Safety Turbomachinery Control Measurement & Instrumentation Controllers Recorders Automation Software Applications Where The Offerings We Will Discuss Fit Within The InFusion Enterprise Control System

5 Slide 5 Functional Workshop / Training Part 2 Pick Lists Pick Lists Communicate material requirement needs/timing to stores Created automatically through: –Catalog request function when work order added to backlog –Pick List Processor Created manually from: –Work order/task –Entity/Standard parts list –Schedule –Catalog request worksheet.

6 Slide 6 Functional Workshop / Training Part 2 Pick Lists Pick List Processor Automatically suggests, prints, or issues eligible pick list lines Pick List processor business policy allows definition of –PL line eligibility by number of days to material requirement –Functions performed by Processor –Processing interval for the Pick List Processor (# of mins) Processor re-evaluates outstanding PL lines when items received into inventory.

7 Slide 7 Functional Workshop / Training Part 2 Pick Lists Pick Lists Avantis determines inventory classification from which the item should be picked –Based on inventory classification rules Avantis reorders PL into logical picking sequence –Based on Pick method, Area number, Bin location Optional grouping of items by storeroom –Based on business policy Posting of pick list creates issue transaction and updates inventory Balance on Hand

8 Slide 8 Functional Workshop / Training Part 2 Pick Lists Pick Lists Pick list line can be updated without being opened Charge and delivery information is prompted from one line to the next Pick list line can be added to an open pick list for the same work order if the pick list has not been: – Modified –Printed –Issued

9 Slide 9 Functional Workshop / Training Part 2 Pick Lists Pick Lists – Multi-site issues Administering site of pick list summary is defined at creation –If created from a desktop, administering site = session site –If created from a catalog request from a planned work order, administering site = inventory classifications storerooms site –If created from a manually-created catalog request, administering site = site of storeroom on catalog request Pick list lines must all have same site as the pick list summary –Separate pick lists must be used if storerooms on individual lines are not in the same site

10 Slide 10 Functional Workshop / Training Part 2 Pick Lists Pick Lists – Multi-site issues (Continued) If the Items will be picked and issued from a single storeroom option on pick list summary is selected: –If requestors department has a storeroom source list, drop down displays storerooms on source list whose site matches pick lists administering site –If there is no storeroom source list, drop down list shows storerooms with same site as the pick list administering site and to which the user has authority, –Drop down list is blank if there is no source list or no storerooms with the administering site

11 Slide 11 Functional Workshop / Training Part 2 Pick Lists Picking Process

12 Slide 12 Functional Workshop / Training Part 2 Pick Lists Printing the Pick List Printing of the pick list triggers organization of the PO lines into a logical picking sequence Avantis determines inventory classification and site from which the item should be picked –Classification ranking is defined in Inventory Classification value list Avantis determines quantity that should be picked –includes only those lines with a quantity to pick > 0

13 Slide 13 Functional Workshop / Training Part 2 Pick Lists Picking Sequence System organizes items into the most logical picking order when: –User selects the Suggest Picking Instructions option Used for reviewing the pick list without printing it –User prints the Pick List Picking sequence is organized by storeroom, then by: 1)Ascending pick method 2)Ascending area number 3)Ascending bin location

14 Slide 14 Picking Order = 1. Pick Method (e.g. hand) 2. Area Number 3. Bin location (Row number + bin number) Storeroom Layout All items are hand picked Area # Location # 2A6 5B14 8C10 8C12 11B3 26G6 31H12 Start Picking scenario Bin NumberRow NumberArea Number

15 Slide 15 Functional Workshop / Training Part 2 Pick Lists Automatic issue of pick list lines Pick list can be automatically issued if it contains at least one line with a quantity to issue > 0 Selection of Issue as picked option generates an issue transaction for each line with a quantity > 0 Issue transactions are created, saved and posted Transactions which cannot be posted are rolled back and an error message displays

16 Slide 16 Functional Workshop / Training Part 2 Pick Lists Manual issue of pick list lines User can manually issue a pick list line even if the quantity to issue = 0 User has the ability to indicate if item is not available for issue A new issue form can be launched from: –Desktop –Transactions cabinet –Another transaction –Pick list/line

17 Slide 17 Functional Workshop / Training Part 2 Pick Lists Demonstration.

18 Slide 18 Functional Workshop / Training Part 2 Pick Lists Questions?

19 © 2010 Invensys. All Rights Reserved. The names, logos, and taglines identifying the products and services of Invensys are proprietary marks of Invensys or its subsidiaries. All third party trademarks and service marks are the proprietary marks of their respective owners. © Invensys 11/01/11Invensys proprietary & confidentialSlide 19 Functional Workshop / Training Part 2 Pick Lists Session Name: Functional Workshop/Training. Part 2 Session ID #: PBAV211-3 Presented by James Balt 11/09/11


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