Oracle E-Business Suite Manufacturing & Supply Chain Management / Edition 1

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Implement Oracle's Internet-based Manufacturing and Supply Chain Management products using this Oracle authorized resource. This comprehensive guide explains how to implement the planning, engineering, pricing, order fulfillment, and inventory management components of Oracle Manufacturing and Supply Chain--and develop and deliver goods and services faster, cheaper, and more efficiently than your competitors.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780072133790
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing
  • Publication date: 12/18/2001
  • Series: Oracle Press Series
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 823
  • Product dimensions: 7.40 (w) x 9.20 (h) x 1.60 (d)

Meet the Author

Bastin Gerald (Fremont, CA) has 7 years’ experience encompassing all phases of the Software Development Life Cycle. Currently he’s working on the designs of various features for Oracle Product Development Exchange (OPDX), Oracle’s new product to enable design collaboration over the Web. Prior to OPDX, Gerald worked on the development of Oracle Warehouse Management System and as an implementation consultant with Oracle Consulting.

Nigel King (Redwood Shores, CA) has worked at Oracle as Director of Design and Architecture Supply Chain Apps since 1997. He is a current chairman of the Oracle Architecture Review Group, the Cross Product Suite forum for Applications Architects, which brings together Financials, Manufacturing, Distribution, CRM and Applications Technology to provide solutions for functional problems that cross product family boundries. King was also an Oracle Board Member for the Open Applications Group.

Dan Natchek (Brookfiled, WI) has been working with manufacturing systems for more than 20 years. With the Oracle Corporation since 1992, he was the first manufacturing instructor hired by Oracle Education. He developed, then delivered, the Technical Foundation class for the Oracle Manufacturing applications, and has participated in documentation and curriculum reviews.

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Table of Contents

PART I: Introduction

Chapter 1: Introduction to Oracle Manufacturing and Supply Chain Products
PART II: Design and Manufacturing Engineering

Chapter 2: Enterprise Structure

Chapter 3: Managing Items

Chapter 4: Managing Bills and Routings

Chapter 5: Design Engineering

Chapter 6: Assemble to Order and Pick to Order

Chapter 7: Manufacturing Engineering
PART III: Supply Chain Planning

Chapter 8: Planning Fundamentals

Chapter 9: Demand Planning

Chapter 10: Single Organization Planning

Chapter 11: Advanced Supply Chain Planning
PART IV: Supply Chain Execution

Chapter 12: Order Management

Chapter 13: Procurement Management

Chapter 14: Receiving

Chapter 15: Inventory and Warehouse Management

Chapter 16: Manufacturing Execution

Chapter 17: Outbound Logistics
PART V: Support Functions

Chapter 18: Costing

Chapter 19: Quality Management

Chapter 20: Pricing
PART VI: Business Intelligence

Chapter 21: Business Intelligence for Manufacturing and Supply Chain

Chapter 22: Case Study: Neptune Corporation
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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 24, 2002

    Good Book, for Functional people...

    This is a very good book for people who want to understand the functional concepts involved in Manufacturing & SCM.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 26, 2002

    Excellent Book for learning Mfg & SCM applications

    This book is excellent for learning the functionality of Oracle 11i Mfg and SCM applications. This book was written very well for understanding and troubleshooting modules. Of course an individual should have a working knowledge of how the applications work but overall this is the best book I've seen for mfg and SCM applications. JEJ

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