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Oracle JD Edwards EnterpriseOne 9.0: Supply Chain Management Cookbook by Kashif Rasheed

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Supply Chain Management—As-Is process

A company's business process starts from the customer order, which could be the sales of a product or the manufacturing of a product based on a customer's request. In the case of the sale of a product, they create a sales order for the customer and issue the items from their stock, which results in accounting entries for this transaction in the system, and the update of the on-hand stock. For sales, which are based on a customer request, the company calculates the item cost plus the price to create the customer order and receive a partial payment from the customer. In the manufacturing business, some companies manufacture the material based on the customer request—for example, in the furniture business, ...

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