Presented by Vatsal Gaonkar
Product Manager - Enterprise Planning
Oracle's initiative for Integrated Business Planning and Execution (IBPX) looks to align financial planning to supply chain planning movements. It is an end-to-end planning paradigm catering to manufacturing organizations short term and long term business planning needs.
The case study will showcase how supply and demand are managed via iterations between Oracle Supply Chain Planning (SCP) and Cloud EPM Planning. A demand plan kick-starts the execution process in SCP for calculating monthly sales with product supply calculations to project workload and headcount requirements for manufacturing. A capacity planning exercise in Cloud EPM is conducted to ensure proper direct labor at hand can meet the demand needs using the Cloud EPM out of the box Workforce Planning module. Multiple what-if scenarios are generated within planning to determine full financial impacts related to purchase price and standard cost sensitivities. A rolling monthly forecast provides the flexibility to track actuals and manage supply and demand movements in an automated manner. Based on inputs from SCP planning such as Bill of Materials (BOM) cost types, Projected Available Balances (PABs) and Sales Quantities & Price, the EPM Planning model projects product margins and inventories. Capital and Workforce planning impacts are captured from both the Fixed Assets and Cloud EPM Workforce planning modules. The full impact of these planning cycle maneuvers is readily reflected in the solutions integrated financials. The case study is a proper showcase for integrating Oracle Supply Chain planning to Cloud EPM planning. The solution uses state-of-the-art artifacts from Cloud EPM to bring about integration with Oracle SCP and for modeling requirements that go down to the item master (raw materials) level.
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