- AFS Master Data – Grids
- AFS Master Data – Material
- AFS Master Data – Category
- AFS Standard BOM
SAP AFS (MM) Training
SAP AFS (MM) Training
SAP AFS MM Training
SAP Apparel and Footwear (SAP AFS) is the SAP e-business solution for the apparel and footwear industry. SAP AFS was developed in collaboration with renowned industry leaders to address the particular requirements of the apparel and footwear industry. The development of the solution was mainly focused on illustrating industry-specific processes based on the SAP e-business platform, a family of solutions and services that empowers employees, customers, and business partners to collaborate successfully – anywhere, anytime.
SAP AFS enables you to benefit from the latest SAP technology and infrastructure enhancements. It is the obvious choice for companies operating in the apparel and footwear sector.
Advantages of AFS
Some of the Advantages of AFS in Sales Order Processing are as Follows:
Fast Order Entry
Screens designed specifically for SAP AFS have helped speed up manual order entry. Status data such as Sales area and Customer ship-to are displayed on each screen. You are not restricted to using the SAP AFS fast order entry screens; you can create your own screens to suit your individual requirements. This can be particularly useful in a telesales environment.
Credit Card Processing
The system automates credit card processing by prompting for credit card details (such as number, expiration date, and so on) and auto-dialing for authorization. On receipt of authorization, it captures the details needed for later settlement.
“Mark For” Feature
SAP AFS “mark for” information helps direct deliveries to particular points within a customer organization. This feature is often used when a large retail chain requests an order to be shipped to a distribution center and “marked for” a store or department for cross-docking. “Mark for” information such as department names and details can be automatically copied into the sales orders as a new partner function. Customer-run loading points information may also be copied from the customer master record.
SAP AFS is equipped to handle rush orders if stock needs to be shipped immediately. Sales order entry, allocation, and delivery creation are all carried out at the same time, so that the order can be given to picking without delay.
Many retailers require services, usually done in the distribution center, which change or improve the appearance of their goods before accepting delivery. Such services (such as packing, ticketing, hanging, hemming, and so on) ensure that goods can be put on display immediately upon arrival. A new value-added service (VAS) database has been developed for SAP AFS, which records these requirements and incorporates them for the particular customer at the time of order entry or delivery. Alternatively, such requirements can be entered manually. If desired, these services can influence the sales price accordingly.
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- Procurement Process
- Purchasing Info Record
- AFS Pricing
- Purchase Grids
- Distribution Profile
- Inbound Delivery/Shipping Notification
- AFS Procurement Process Overview
- Batch Level in AFS: Batch Unique at Plant Level
- Internal Batch Numbering in AFS
- Physical Inventory
- Invoice Processing
- Third Party Order Processing Subcontracting Process
- Purchase-to-Order EDI and ALE
- Production Forecasting and Planning
- Demand Management
- Disaggregation and Presizing
- AFS Quality and Distribution calculation
- MRP Overview
- Material Master – AFS MRP View
- Lot Size Procedures and Consistency
- Stock/Requirements List
- AFS MRP – SKU –Level-Horizon Method
- Split Valuation
- AFS Quantity Structure
- Material Cost Estimate
- Source Allocation
- Vendor Capacity
- Route Determination in AFS