As Larry mentioned, if EDI is involved, you should consider a module that facilitates external data integration with BPCS/ERP LX. The ECM module (Electronic Commerce Manager) was launched at version 6.002 and has been considerably enhanced since for later versions of BPCS/ERP LX. It is used to generate customer orders (850), invoices (810), Advanced Ship Notices (856) and many more transaction types.
The RSS, RCS and EDI Path modules facilitate EDI interfaces with 4005CD.
Senior ERP/EDI Consultant
--- cfgwizard@xxxxxxx wrote:
Subject: Re: [BPCS-L] BPCS Supply Chain Management
Date: Mon, 19 Apr 2010 15:24:26 -0400
PRF can be dropped. Nice concept but weak implementation.
FOR and WHM are probably in the 5 to 10 % catagory depending on busines circumstances.
The remainder are solid.
From this list it looks like order entry will be manual. If EDI is involved, you may wish to consider RSS.
From: George Varvaressos <gvarvaressos@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Mon, Apr 19, 2010 1:28 am
Subject: [BPCS-L] BPCS Supply Chain Management
I would be interested to know what people consider to be the necessary and
ufficient modules for effective BPCS Supply Chain Management.
My guess would be in no particular order;
INV, FOR, DRP, PUR,ORD,SAL,WHM,PRO,PRF,MPS/MRP,CAP,BOM,SFC
What would you leave out or in?
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