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Cost Manager Concepts in Oracle Inventory

Cost Manager Concepts in Oracle Inventory Cost Manager is a Process that scheduled to run by default after every 5 minutes. At schedule interval, it runs and spawns ‘Actual Cost Worker’ process for each Inventory Organization in which there is … Continue reading

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Duplicate Suppliers, How to avoid and get rid of, if they are already there

Oracle maintains uniqueness among suppliers with Supplier Numbers. It is possible that one supplier exist in the system with two similar names. For example, the Supplier name ‘ABC and Co’ can also be entered as ‘ABC & Co.’ Special care … Continue reading

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Linear Programming Models: Oracle Strategic Network Optimization is the Answer

Remember those Linear Programming Problems in College? We used to find an optimized solution based on certain constraints. Some of the popular methods of solving these were Graphical, Simplex and Big-M Method. Also, there were software programs available to minimize … Continue reading

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Is Pull Production the final word?

Typically when we talk about improvements on the shop floor, we hear a lot about Pull Production. Originating from the Toyota Corporation, pull production is a process that aims to arrange an organization so that customer preference or orders are … Continue reading

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Collaboration: The way forward for High Tech Industry

In his classic best-seller ‘The Goal’, Eliyahu M. Goldratt discusses about the three fundamental ways of making money for a going concern namely, 1. Increase throughput (the rate at which the system generates money through sales) 2. Reduce Inventory (all … Continue reading

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