A comprehensive hands-on introduction to JD Edwards that familiarizes you with:
Inventory and Procurement for Manufacturing
Finished Goods Material Planning
The main objective of a finished goods planning system is to have the right items in the right quantities available at the right time to meet the demand for a company's products. To that end, the JD Edwards system provides Distribution Requirements Planning (DRP), Master Production Scheduling (MPS) and Material Requirements Planning (MRP); all of which are designed to determine requirements for materials and to keep their priorities current.
Gain a basic understanding of JD Edwards Material Requirements Planning, including industry best practices, basic forecasting techniques, item set up, MRP generation, MRP message processing, and more
Shop Floor Management
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Basic JD Edwards Manufacturing Course Description|
This course is not on our current schedule. To schedule a training session with JDEtips or to find out more information, email Lori.Stone at JDEtips dot com.
Bring our public training to your facility. Please contact Sandy Acker, ERP Solutions Manager, at 1.877.832.2594 ext 140 or Sandy.Acker at JDEtips dot com.
Gain a fundamental knowledge of the core manufacturing modules: Product Data Management covering item, bill of material, and item routing set up; Operations Planning including MRP; and Shop Floor Management including manufacturing work orders, scheduling, backflushing of components, and completions to stock. Interrelationships between Manufacturing and other application areas such as Inventory Management and Procurement are examined, to give attendees an understanding of how application areas are designed to work together within the overall JD Edwards ERP system. Through hands-on exercise sessions, attendees will be taken through real-word business cases demonstrating how companies use the software to achieve optimized processes.
"The Instructor was very informative and knowledgeable. They kept the class very upbeat and made sure to understand where we each were coming from in regards to what version JDE we are currently on and if upgrading anytime soon and to our level of usage with JDE."