Objectives: In this deep dive workshop you will explore the various methods available in JD Edwards for closing work orders including work order financial reporting and multiple variances.
Prerequisites: Basic knowledge of JD Edwards E1 Navigation and Common Foundation, and knowledge of the Item Master, Item Branch/Plant, Bills of Material, Routings, Work Centers, Work Order reporting, and Product Cost.
Who Should Attend
CFOs, Controllers, Staff Accountants, Plant Accountant, Business Analysts, System Analysts, Shop Floor Supervisors/Managers, and anyone else requiring a detailed understanding of the setup and processing of reporting against and closing work orders.
For more information regarding registration, administration, or concerns, please email Lori.Stone#, Training Coordinator, or call her at 1.877.832.2594 ext 150.
Group Internet-Based: Attend virtually from the comfort of your own location.
In this course, you will learn how to accurately cost and account for various cost components, learn how to reconcile the WIP clearing account, book variances by product to support product profitability analysis, sort out sources of variances, and automatically account for non-standard production activities such as rework, teardowns, and R&D pilot runs. The course also covers Actual Costing for manufacturing.
In this course, you will learn how to apply Lean Principles to all aspects of your company and JD Edwards. You will gain an understanding of key lean principles that can be applied to JD Edwards including continuous system improvement, waste elimination/removing all activities that do not add value, perfect first-time quality, and demand pull.
This course is a complete review of the Manufacturing Planning applications in JD Edwards. You will gain a working knowledge of how to set up and use PDM, Procurement, Shop Floor, Forecasting, Production Planning, Multi-Plant Distribution Planning, Master Scheduling, Capacity Planning, Material Requirements Planning, and more.
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