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1 Assortment Operations SAP Best Practices for Retail (India) SAP Best Practices

2 Scenario Overview 1 Purpose The aim of assortment management is to define assortments, deciding which articles are to be listed for which stores, and which quantities are to be assigned to the individual stores. Assortments are separate objects in SAP Retail, which are used for managing assortments. The assignment of articles to assortments determines which assortments and therefore which articles a store can buy and sell. Articles can be assigned to the assortments automatically during article or assortment maintenance as the result of check rules. Alternatively, articles can be assigned manually to assortment layout modules, which are then assigned to the assortments. In both cases, the system automatically generates listing conditions for every valid combination of articles and assortments. Benefits Assortment Planning brings effective planning processes to your entire organization. And it extends beyond the four key areas – strategic, location, merchandise, and assortment planning – to link to markdown planning, shelf optimization, style management, purchasing, and allocation functionality. By connecting these planning and execution processes, you are ideally placed to maximize profits and adapt quickly to changing market conditions. Purpose and Benefits:

3 Scenario Overview 2 Key process flows covered Define fixtures Define a general assortment (and layout module) Create a layout module version and assign a fixture to it Assign articles to the layout module version Assign assortment users to the assortment (layout module) Release layout module version and create listing conditions More features of the layout workbench Deleting layout listing conditions Purpose and Benefits:

4 Scenario Overview 3 Required SAP EHP3 for SAP ERP 6.0 Company roles involved in process flows Retail Assortment Planner – Professional User Retail Seasonal Planner Retail Assortment Planner - Power User SAP Applications Required:

5 Process Flow Diagram Retail Assortment Planner Define Fixtures Create a General Assortment Assignment of articles to layout module version Create a Layout Module Version and assigning a fixture Assignment of assortment users to the assortment (layout module) Release the layout module version and creating listing conditions Delete layout listing conditions More features of the layout workbench

6 Assortment Management/Listing Article Assortment- Module A Assortment- Module B Listing conditions Assortment

7 Assortment Management with the general assortment Article Assortment- Module A Assortment- Module B Listing Assortment user N:M M:1 Listing conditions Filiale Store DC Kunde Customer Verteilzentrum Reference site Assortment

8 Assortment Management with a reference site Article Assortment- Module A Assortment- Module B Filiale Store DC Listing Assortment user Verteilzentrum Reference site 1:M M:1 Listing conditions Assortment Kunde Customer

9 Listing Data Model (1:1- Assignment) WRF1 Site Data WRS1 Assortment Data SiteAssortment WRSZ Assortment User WRF6 Site/Merch. Cat. WRS6 Merch. Cat. in Assort.

10 Listing Data Model (N:M- Assignment)

11 Relisting via Changes of Master Data Select range of assortment Select master data change area Select date, listing options amd listing procedure for each change area Affectetd articles are listed /discontinued Read change documents matching the selection criteria Execute

12 Overview – Integration for Basic articles ERP Strategic plan BW Store plan Store clustering Assortment- Definition Layoutworkbench Merchandise plan strat. Assortment plan Capacity plan Purchase Order Replenishment Master Data Assortments / Store Assignments Operational Assortment Planning and Control Price Planning WB Price Reduction Third party

13 Assortment Management Basic – Integrated process Creation of planned assortments etc. (inbound process, triggered by the release process in BW) Assignment of articles to layout module versions Release of a layout module version (status) Maintenance of placement data Capacity check (internal capacity) Maintenance of the flag for the OAPC Shelf optimization Maintenance of the (internal) capacity of assigned fixtures (if necessary) ERP2005 BW Assortment planning basic Master data ReplenishmentOAPC

14 Assortment Management Basic – ad hoc process Creation of layout module versions (with assignment of fixtures) Creation of assortments Assignment of articles to layout module versions Assignment of assortments to shops including capacity check (external capacity) Release of a layout module version (status) Maintenance of placement data Capacity check (internal capacity) Maintenance of the flag for the OAPC Maintenance of the (internal) capacity of assigned fixtures (if necessary) ERP2005 Master data ReplenishmentOAPC Shelf optimization Capacity planning required for capacity check

15 Fixtures: Master Data Object  Number, description  Fixture type (for example, rounder, pyramid, table, multivario)  Picture, outline  Height, width, depth Function:  Use in BW/BPS (capacity planning)  Use for article assignment in the layout module (LM) (internal capacity)

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