I am a PP consultant wanting to become an APO consultant. Is it advisable?
This is a logical move into a growing field. If you get an opportunity to move on to SCM (or APO) from PP, it would be worth exploring. The PP module ties in well with the PPDS (Production Planning and Detailed Scheduling) module of SAP SCM. The concepts are the same, but SCM provides you more tools and enhancements to do the planning and different ways to visualise them; SCM is also known to give the user a better user interface. Have a look a the help documents on Core Interface and also at the working of the Production Process Model, Production Data Structure and iPPE.
Dig Deeper on SAP training and certification strategy
Expert Harish Narayanan explains how to break into SAP SCM
I am upgrading SCM 4.0 to SCM 5.0. Can you tell me the guidelines for making a technical and functional assessment for the upgrade? How do I find the...
I am working with SNP optimizer. The scheduled planning run failed, it is showing the error message "SNP505". Please if possible, what are the ...