SAP User Group Event

SAP Business One:
Are you utilising MRP to its full potential?

Date: 15 Sep 2021

Time: 12-1pm 

SAP Business One - Are you utilising MRP (Material Requirements Planning) to its full potential?


Hello and welcome to this month's SAP User Group session where we discuss the topic of MRP for SAP Business One Distribution and Production!

SAP Business One : Material Requirements Planning

Material requirements planning (referred to universally as MRP) is, in the most generic sense, a set of planning techniques that use bill-of-materials data, inventory data, and supply inputs from scheduled production and purchase orders, as well as demand inputs from actual and forecasted orders, to calculate material requirements for made or bought items. The output of an MRP run is a set of recommendations to reorder or produce materials as well as alerts about materials that will be past due. Based on the results of an MRP run, the arrival of materials can be accelerated and delays in production can be accommodated through schedule changes. MRP can also be used to maintain proper inventory levels of items purchased for resale.

This month SAP User Group focus is on MRP and to help you use it effectively. 

Please review the detailed Agenda below.






Material Requirements Planning
  • We will discuss how to properly model your inventory and demand for products so that you can use SAP Business One to support a streamlined MRP process for your business. We will review the functionality of the MRP module in order to create the recommendation for purchase orders and production orders based on the current status of transactions in the system.



Resource Planning and Production Module
  • We will review Resources, which is in a separate menu, this type of master data is used to support the production process. The resource master data represents resources used in production such as an employee’s labour hours, machine capacity or any other means that are needed during production.
  • We shall review the production module which is useful for companies that assemble or sell items in bundles. In a bill of material, you identify a top level item, also called finished material or parent, and its components that also called child items. With the production order, you bring everything together to produce the parent from its components.
When is the event?

Date: 15 September 2021
Time: 12-1pm


Who are the speakers for this event?

George Kantzavelos: Practice Lead Consultant together with Franz Munnich: Solution Sales Director from will be your hosts to present and review this month's session. 

Will I be able to ask questions?

The online event is set in a webinar format. In order to avoid distractions and possible confusion during the event, all attendees will be on mute. However, you will be able to virtually put your hand up for questions or post the questions in the 'Questions' section and we will answer them at the end of the event!

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