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  SAP Fashion Management PDF download from SAP Help Portal: Created on July 14, 2014 The documentation may have changed since you downloaded the PDF. You can always find the latest information on SAP Help Portal. Note This PDF document contains the selected topic and its subtopics (max. 150) in the selected structure. Subtopics from other structures are not included.© 2014 SAP SE or an SAP affiliate company. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or for any purposewithout the express permission of SAP SE. The information contained herein may be changed without prior notice. Some software products marketed by SAP SEand its distributors contain proprietary software components of other software vendors. National product specifications may vary. 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All rights reserved.Page 1 of 68  Table of content 1 SAP Fashion Management1.1 What's New1.2 Segmentation (LO-SGT)1.3 Enhancements to Retail1.4 Enhancements to Fashion Master Data1.5 Cross-Application Components1.5.1 Season1.5.1.1 Season Workbench1.5.2 Characteristic Value Conversion1.5.3 Split Valuation1.5.4 Value-Added Services1.5.4.1 Value-Added Service Articles1.5.4.2 Controlling Value-Added Services With Conditions1.5.4.3 Value-Added Services in Delivery Documents1.6 Materials Management1.6.1 Segmentation: Purchasing Documents1.6.2 Determination of Seasons in Purchasing Documents1.6.2.1 Determination of Seasons in Purchase Orders1.6.2.2 Determination of Seasons in Stock Transport Order Determination of Seasons During Goods Movement1.6.3 Value-Added Services in Purchasing Documents1.6.4 Characteristic Value Conversion in Purchasing Documents1.6.5 Stock Overview for Generic Article1.6.5.1 Viewing Stock Overview for Generic Article1. Example: Stock Overview of Generic Article1.6.6 Split Valuation in Purchasing Documents1.6.7 Stock Transport Order for Articles with Segmentation1.6.8 Reporting in Purchasing1.7 Sales and Distribution1.7.1 Segmentation in Sales Documents1.7.2 Characteristic Value Conversion in Sales Documents1.7.3 Determination of Seasons in Sales Documents1.7.4 Value-Added Services in Sales Documents1.7.5 Mass Season Processing1.7.6 Special Business Processes in Sales1.7.6.1 Consignment Processing1.7.6.2 Third-Party Order (TPO) Processing1.7.6.3 Purchase-to-Order (PTO) Procurement1.8 Production Planning and Control1.8.1 Planned Independent Requirements (PIRs) with Segmentation1.8.1.1 Creating Planned Independent Requirements for Articles with Segm1.8.2 Materials Requirement Planning1.9 Order Allocation Run1.9.1 Steps in Order Allocation Run1.9.1.1 Selection Rules1. Dynamic Open to Delivery Date Adjustment1.9.1.2 Requirement Filter Requirement Grouping1. General Requirements Grouping1.9.1.4 Requirements and Stock Sorting1.9.1.5 Allocation1. Allocation Rule1. Delivery Scheduling1. Example: Delivery Scheduling1. Dynamic Stock Prioritization1. Allocation Against Future Receipts1.9.1.6 Release Rule1. Release Check for Delivery Groups1. Allocating Value-Added Service (VAS) Articles1. Allocating Bill of Material (BOM) Articles PUBLIC© 2014 SAP SE or an SAP affiliate company. All rights reserved.Page 2 of 68 Logic to Determine Release Rule1.9.1.7 Log Rule1.9.2 Execution of Order Allocation Run1.9.3 Background Processing (Batch ARun)1.9.4 Order Allocation Run Workbench1.9.4.1 Creating Custom Reports in Order Allocation Run Workbench1.9.4.2 Configuring Levels in Order Allocation Run Workbench1.9.5 Using Variants in Online and Batch ARun1.9.6 Stock Protection in Order Allocation Run1.9.7 Authorizations in Order Allocation Run1.9.8 Special Order Types1.9.8.1 Rush Order Consignment Orders1.9.8.3 Purchase-to-Order (PTO) Procurement1.9.8.4 Allocation Against SD Contracts1.9.9 Cross-Applications in Order Allocation Run1.9.9.1 Changing Sales Orders1.9.9.2 Changing Stock Transport Orders1.9.9.3 Changing Purchase Orders1.9.9.4 Changes During Goods Receipt1.9.9.5 Changes During Goods Issue1.9.9.6 Quantities Reserved by Order Allocation Run in MRP1.9.9.7 Quantities Reserved by Order Allocation Run in ATP1.10 Mass Maintenance of Fashion Master Data1.11 Product Number Creation1.12 Adjusting Screen Sequences in Fashion Management PUBLIC© 2014 SAP SE or an SAP affiliate company. All rights reserved.Page 3 of 68   1 SAP Fashion Management Product Information Product SAP Fashion Management Release 1.0 Documentation Published June 2014  Today customers manage their vertical fashion companies as two different business processes — design, develop, buy and sell to wholesale customers and tocustomers through their own retail channels — using two different SAP systems. Both systems use different data models and concepts and are integrated throughdata interfaces.SAP Fashion Management is an integrated solution to bring the processes for vertical fashion companies into one system. This solution enables them to managetheir business processes across one large data system landscape. It also enables the companies in the fashion industry to use the power of in-memorycomputing to analyze large data volumes for a fast and accurate overview of products. This results in greater efficiency, quicker time to market, and better inventory control. Implementation Considerations You can implement this solution as an add-on to SAP ERP for SAP Retail. You must install SAP Enhancement Package 7 for SAP ERP 6.0, Support Package04 on HANA Database.To use this solution, you must activate the business function FASHION_01  after installing the add-on.To activate the business function FASHION_01 , you must activate the following business functions:Other Enhancements for SAP Retail ( ISR_RETAILSYSTEM )Retail ( EA-RET )Material Segmentation Across Logistics ( LOG_SEGMENTATION ) Integration The solution is based on the SAP components Materials Management (MM), Sales and Distribution (SD), and Logistics - General (LO). Features SAP Fashion Management aims at harmonizing the following processes:Master data concepts for articlesPlanning and ProcurementInventory Management ATP or Re-Scheduling and Allocation RunThe solution provides the following features:Flexible data processing: The solution supports companies to handle accurate end-to-end flow of material across all relevant procurement applications. Italso enables data processing based on the characteristic values such as style, color, size, and season, and other flexible segmentation characteristicssuch as seasons, sales channels, and so on.Segmentation: The solution allows you to categorize materials or articles based on their physical and logical characteristics. For example, color and size arephysical characteristics of a fashion article, quality and country of srcin are logical characteristics of a fashion article. Requirement segment is important insales, for example in sales orders and planned independent requirements. Stock segments are used for the logical distribution of the existing physicalstock and the future receipts or procurement proposals, such as purchase requisitions.Multichannel planning: You can forecast future demand and procure supplies for multiple sales channels. You can also manage the demand of differentchannels separately, for example retail, wholesale, e-commerce, or franchise, according to the channel-specific processes. MRP on HANA now supportsmaterials (articles in Retail) with segmentation. For materials with segmentation, the system executes the MRP processes based on the rules defined in thesegmentation strategy. MRP run happens at the variant level of the generic article. As a result, separate documents (purchase requisitions) are created for each of the variant belonging to the same generic article to fulfill the open requirements at variant level. And the planner or user must spend lot of timechecking or going through multiple documents for variants belonging to the same generic article. You can enable grouping of purchase requisitionfunctionality, and during the MRP run the system groups the variants belonging to same generic article into a single document based on the certain criteria. ATP with segmentation: With advanced methods of requirement segmentation and availability check, you can ensure that high priority channels receivetheir planned quantities even if their demand is delayed.Season management: You can define the production of fashion wear according to the season for which it is manufactured. Summer and winter are fewexamples of seasons. In the fashion industry, a season belongs to a season year and have collections associated with it. The collections in turn havethemes associated with them. You can define a validity period for every season. The seasons assigned to the articles are used or determined in both thesales and the purchasing documents. These seasons can then be transferred to the follow-on documents such as, outbound or inbound delivery and billingdocument.Characteristic value conversion: You can represent the value of few characteristics of a fashion article on different scales for different countries or region. Apart from defining base characteristic values, the feature allows you to define characteristic values in different country scales. You can maintaincharacteristic conversion type controls which can be country or region-specific identifiers. You can define the characteristic conversion IDs for an article,customer or vendor, and a user parameter.Value added services (VAS): You can request for special labels, packing according to certain criteria, or other special services for their goods. Dependingon the service requested, additional articles or additional personnel/labour or special skills are required. These services increase the value of the finishedgoods, which are being delivered. You can handle these services including the costs through value added services in the fashion industry. You can assign PUBLIC© 2014 SAP SE or an SAP affiliate company. All rights reserved.Page 4 of 68
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