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1 Christian Rytt, Microsoft, Program Manager – Supply Chain Supply Planning and Inventory Visualization in NAV 2013

2 Agenda The Planning enhancements  Additional Planning Setup Options  New layout on Item/SKU card  Changes to the Planning and Req. Worksheet  Integration to Jobs and Assembly Inventory Visualizations  by Event (data for the Timeline)  by Timeline

3 Issue: One value used for four parameters Press for Horn Press to activate long beam Press to activate wind screen viper Press to turn on radio

4 Additional Planning Setup Options Reorder Cycle has been split into multiple fields making it possible to have different values for: 1.Lot Accumulation Period: Demands that are due within the reorder cycle are grouped together to make a joint supply order, used by L-F-L. 2.Rescheduling Period: Used to determine if the action message should reschedule an existing order or cancel it and create a new order, used by L-F-L. 3.Dampener Period: Currently, the dampener period applies to an item and can never be higher than the value in the item's Reorder Cycle field 4.Time Bucket: Period used by the reorder point.

5 Additional Planning Setup Options Dampener Period Lot Accumulation Period Supply date Time Bucket Planning start date Time Bucket Rescheduling Period

6 Example 1: The changed date is outside the rescheduling period, causing the existing supply to be canceled and a new supply is suggested, which covers all demands within the lot accumulation period.

7 Example 2: The changed date is within the rescheduling period, causing the existing supply to be rescheduled. A new supply is suggested to cover the demand outside the lot accumulation period.

8 Example 3: There is a demand within the dampener period, and the supply quantity in the lot accumulation period matches the supply quantity. The next demand is uncovered, and a new supply is suggested.

9 Example 4: There is a demand within the dampener period, so the supply remains on the same date. However, the current supply quantity is not enough to cover the demand in the lot accumulation period, so a Change Qty. of the existing supply order is suggested.

10 Additional Planning Setup  Added Dampener Quantity field  Added Overflow Level fields to the item and SKU card  Bug fix: Reorder point is now triggered when inventory level is =< used to be only < ‒ This was done to align with APICS and to fix issue when safety stock and reorder point had the same value.

11 In the global setup, you can choose to either use the default calculation for items without values in the Overflow Level field of the item/SKU card, or to only use the manually entered values (meaning that 0 or blank on item/SKU card = don’t use overflow level) Additional Planning Setup

12 New Layout on the Item/SKU Card

13 NAV 2009 R2 NAV 2013

14 Grouping of fields per Reordering Policy

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16 Show fewer or more fields

17 Using GridLayout

18 Using the Dampener demo DEMO

19 Changes to Planning Worksheet (and Requisition Worksheet)  Respect Planning Parameters for Exception Warnings  Combine Transfer Orders  Planning Worksheet FactBox

20 Respect Planning Parameters When this field is selected, then planning lines with Exception warnings will respect the following planning parameters on the item or SKU card: In addition, the following order modifiers will be respected:  Minimum Order Quantity  Maximum Order Quantity  Order Multiple - for Supply Triggered by Safety stock Parameter typeReordering policyParameter Reorder-Point Parameters Fixed Reorder Qty. Reorder Point Reorder Quantity Maximum Qty. Reorder Point Maximum Inventory

21 Planning Worksheet Req. Worksheet

22 Extended Planning Integration

23 Supply typesNew in NAV 2013  Already in inventory: Item Ledger Entry (Planning Flexibility = None)  Sales Return Order (Planning Flexibility = None)  Inbound Transfer Order  Production Order  Purchase Order  Assembly Order Supply Included in Planning

24 Demand typesNew in NAV 2013  Already shipped: Item Ledger Entry  Purchase Return Order (usually not involved in supply planning)  Sales Order  Service Order  Component need from Production  Outbound Transfer Order  Blanket Order (not already consumed by related sales orders)  Forecast (not already consumed by other sales orders)  Component need from Assembly  Job Planning line (When Usage Link is selected) ‒ Jobs Setup option: Apply Usage Link by Default Demand Included in Planning

25 Combine Transfer orders – New option on Carry Out Action Msg.

26 Respect Planning Parameters DEMO

27 - And Item Availability by Event

28 Item Availability by -> Timeline Item Availability by -> Event DEMO

29 Questions? Christian Rytt –

30 Thank You!

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