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How big is your Baan-DB (just Data AND Indexes)
0 - 200 GB
14%
200 - 500 GB
31%
500 - 800 GB
3%
800 - 1200 GB
7%
1200 - 1500 GB
10%
1500 - 2000 GB
14%
> 2000 GB
21%
Total votes: 29

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ERP Planning Tip #3: Drive Planning Efficiency with Accurate Production Bill-of-Materials
By Jonathan Gross at 5 Jul 2011 - 20:40

In this series of bi-weekly tips, we break down the secrets to effective replenishment planning and shop scheduling. Pemeco Consulting is a leading vendor-agnostic provider of Supply Chain and ERP services to companies running Infor LN and Baan ERP systems. Learn about our niche speciality Infor LN and Baan ERP services and our Planning Dashboard for ERP LN and Baan.

 

In our previous ERP planning tip, we covered time and quantity order-based modifiers to back-schedule supply requirements from demand. This previous tip dealt with the “when” and “how much” questions of planning. In this week’s tip, we cover the “what” questions of planning, which is represented by the bill of materials, or BOM (there is also an element of “how much” in BOMs).


ERP Planning Tip #5: The Importance of Accurate Inventory Data
By Jonathan Gross at 29 Aug 2011 - 21:23

In our previous ERP planning tip, we discussed routings, the final data set-up requirement for making an item. In this tip, I dig deep into another critical data requirement – the need to maintain timely and accurate inventory counts and movements.

 

If inventory counts and movements aren’t accurately reflected in the planning engine, MRP will issue inaccurate recommendations. This might mean that replenishment order recommendations are issued to soon – which could lead to unnecessary increases in operating costs and constraints to cash flow. It might also mean that replenishment order recommendations are issued too late – which could create customer churn caused by avoidable order delays. Finally, it might mean that replenishment order recommendations are made for the wrong items or quantities – which could result in unnecessary orders of depreciating inventory.

 

The key, therefore, is to ensure that the planning engine issues planning recommendations for the correct items and quantities at the appropriate times. To issue just-in-time, time phased replenishment orders, the planning engine requires five basic data elements:


ERPLN Finance Position - Americas
By pcglnjobs at 21 Jun 2017 - 20:24
About the recruiter
Contact Name: 
Savio Fernandes
Contact Method: 
E-mail
Contact Details: 

Email pcglnjobs@gmail.com

About the position
Availability: 
Yes
Employment Type: 
Permanent
Role: 
Business Analyst
Languages: 
English
Spanish
Keywords: 
ERPLN, Baan, Finance, support, implementation
Industry: 
Information services
About the location
Country: 
United States
Travel: 
20%
About the applicant
Nationality: 
Anybody may apply
Experience: 
2years


Job Description


This position is for an ERPLN Finance resource for our Americas Division. Seeking a highly motivated, self- starter and self-driven individual to join our growing ERPLN team. This individual can be located anywhere in the Americas (North/Central/South) working out of a home office or one of our offices in the Americas. Travel is needed while on a project.


 


Required Skills


Error while raising the po line
By sasank at 1 Aug 2016 - 10:52

Hi,

 While raising the purchase order line, we are facing the problem like the error "No Valid components" found.

Please, suggest me any ideas?

 

Regards

Sasank N 


Excel based dashboards Sample
By Hitesh Shah at 17 Jan 2010 - 19:00

Online dashboards are frequent user queries / reports with set of all inter-related questions capable of being answered by the dashboard under user control (and not the user under control of dashboard).

 

Online Multi-dimensional modeling, online slicing & dicing ,charting & graphical analysis (thermostat, speedometer ,charts etc ) , drill-down to details for exceptional item etc are some of the essential features of dashboards.

 

Here is a sample of an excel based dashboard which gives online trial balance in multi-dimensional format with possibility to drill down to details from any database through ADODB.

 

Here are the links one can use to study , understand ,develop and use XL based dashboards.

http://www.erpjewels.com/Excel based Trial balance dashboard report.docx

http://www.erpjewels.com/trialbalance.xlsm

 

Getting graphs /charts with symbols like thermostat / speedometer etc are very easy. One can see umpteen online resource like following in the internet.


fatal error 512 in insert on session personalizations
By gruvi_navy at 14 Mar 2017 - 05:40

Hi All, 

while entry session personalizations i found error "Fatal error 512 in insert". please help my problem.

thanks 



Finance ERP Berater, der Migration von Baan 4.0 auf Infor ERP Ln vorbereitet
By GFT Munich at 23 Nov 2011 - 15:52
About the recruiter
Contact Name: 
Franziska Geisthardt
Contact Method: 
E-mail
Contact Method: 
Phone
Contact Details: 

franziska.geisthardt@gft.com, +49 89 340 819 30

About the position
Availability: 
Yes
Employment Type: 
Freelance
Start Date & Duration: 
1 December 2011 - 1 December 2012
Role: 
Business Analyst
Languages: 
English
German
Keywords: 
Migration, Baan 4.0, Infor ERP Ln, Finance, Consultant, Berater, Englisch, Deutsch,
Industry: 
Manufacturing and processing
About the location
Country: 
Germany
Travel: 
0%
About the applicant
Nationality: 
Anybody may apply
Experience: 
5years

Unser Kunde sucht einen Berater im Bereich ERP LN von Infor.

Der Kunde steht am Beginn eines Projektes mit dem Ziel seine ERP Landschaft von Baan 4.0 auf Infor ERP zu migrieren.

Der gesuchte Berater soll die Finanzabteilung fachlich unterstützen und die Schnittstelle zwischen der IT und dem Fachbereich sein.
Ihre Aufgabe besteht aus:

- Funktionalitäten des Systems festlegen
- Anforderungen der Fachabteilung aufnehmen
- Prüfung auf techn. Umsetzbarkeit
- Parametrisierung
- Abläufe / Prozesse planen

Projektdetails:


Financial Control Period not found
By Sarath at 27 Apr 2017 - 06:21

Hi,

 

While approving the Purchase Order getting error as "Financial Control Period not found", But already periods are defined for 2017 financial year.
Please do the needful.

 

Regards,

Sarath Kumar Namburi.   


Financial expert for BaaN IV Migration to Infor ERP LN
By GFT Munich at 8 Dec 2011 - 17:57
About the recruiter
Contact Name: 
Franziska Geisthardt, GFT Resource Management GmbH
Contact Method: 
E-mail
Contact Method: 
Phone
Contact Details: 

franziska.geisthardt@gft.com, +49 89 340 819 30

About the position
Availability: 
Yes
Employment Type: 
Freelance
Start Date & Duration: 
1 January 2012 - 31 December 2012
Role: 
Consultant
Languages: 
English
Keywords: 
Finance, BaaN IV, Infor ERP LN, migration
Industry: 
Manufacturing and processing
About the location
Country: 
United States
Travel: 
0%
About the applicant
Nationality: 
Nationals only
Experience: 
10years

We are looking for a financial expert who can help the financial department of our customer set the requirements for his migration of BaaN IV to Infor ERP Ln. You would be the link between the IT department and the Finance department. The project is at a starting point, your tasks would be:

- Set the functionalities of the new system

- Document the requirements of the Financial department

- Check the results for feasibility

- parametrization

- Process planning

Mandatory skills

- ERP Ln

- Financial knowledge (i.e. accounting and U.S. tax legislation) on expert level

Please send your application in Word to franziska.geisthardt@gft.com or call me: +49 89 340 819 30.



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