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1C:ERP E2E Process Guide

Version: 1.1 beta
Date of issue: August 2021
Consulting advice on how to describe widely used end-to-end processes for manufacturing and trading businesses.
End to End Domain Map
End to End Domain
Definition
Source to Pay

The Source-to-Pay process domain is a term describing the collection of processes a company has implemented between placing a purchase order or similar means of communicating the purchase of goods or services and the payment for these goods or services. The span of processes involved depends on the supply chain configuration and process strategy, but is typically limited to processes*:

  • Replenishment of purchased materials, products, goods, or services
  • Special order or Source-to-Order materials, products, goods or services
  • Engineer-to-Order parts, materials, products, goods or services

Similarly, there is a Source-to-Pay cycle for Returns, Reverse Logistics business models:

  • Returns of materials, products, or goods

*The processes listed are incomplete as the final step in the Source-to-Pay cycle is the actual disbursement of funds. This process is a Financial (Treasury) process outside of the scope of Source.

Alternative names include: Purchase-to-Pay, Procure-to-Pay.

Source: Source to Pay

The domain enable the integration of the purchasing department with the accounts payable department.

Plan to Move

The Plan-to-Move process domain describes the collection of processes a company has implemented between developing a distribution schedule (from the distribution plan) and recording the goods receipt at the destination Warehouse or Distribution Center. The objective of Plan-to-Move is to distribute (move, transport) goods in the distribution network to support actual and/or anticipated demand.

The span of processes involved depends on the Supply Chain Configuration and process architecture, but typically involves Source and Deliver processes. The scope of Plan-to-Move typically includes:

  • Creating and Scheduling Stock Transfer Orders
  • Pick, Pack, Load and Ship at origin
  • Receive, unload and put away at destination
  • Creating and Monitoring Delivery orders

Forecast-to-Plan provides inputs to Plan-to-Move.

Alternative names for Plan-to-Move include: Plan-to-Distribute, Distribution, In-Network Movements, Inbound to Outbound.

Source: Plan to Move

Plan to Produce

The Plan-to-Produce process domain describes the collection of processes a company has implemented between developing a production schedule (from the production plan) and recording the completion of the production activities.

The span of processes involved depends on the Supply Chain Configuration and process architecture, but is typically concentrated on the Make processes. The scope of Plan-to-Produce typically includes:

  • Creating the Production Schedule
  • Material Issuance
  • Producing
  • Packaging
  • Transferring to Storage
  • Backflushing
  • Invoicing (for outsourced Production processes and Tolling)

Forecast-to-Plan provides inputs to Plan-to-Produce.

Alternative names for Plan-to-Produce include: Make-to-Plan, Plan-to-Make, Plan-to-Produce, Plan-to-Product, Produce-to-Plan.

Source: Plan to Produce

Order to Cash

The Order-to-Cash process domain describes the collection of processes a company has implemented between the receipt of an order and the receipt of payment (cash). The span of processes involved depends on the supply chain configuration and process strategy*.

  • Make-to-Stock supply chains
  • Make-to-Order, Configure-to-Order and Assemble-to-Order supply chains
  • Reverse Logistics supply chains

The configuration of the supply chain (i.e. the number of successive locations) with Deliver-to-Order, Make-to-Order, Source-to-Order processes, determines the actual processes included in the Order-to-Cash cycle.

Alternative names include: Order-To-Remittance cycle

* The processes listed are incomplete as the final step in the Order-to-Cash process is the actual collection of funds. This process is a Financial (Treasury) process outside of the scope of Order-to-Cash.

Source: Order to Cash

Record to Report The Record-to-Report process domain describes the collection of processes a company has implemented between recording financial transactions and the publication -internal and external- of financial reports. This typically includes:
  • Financial transactions
  • General ledger closing
  • Reconciliation
  • Reporting

Source: Record to Report

Acquire to Retire

The Acquire-to-Retire process domain describes the collection of processes a company has implemented between the acquisition of fixed assets and the disposition of these assets at the end of their usable lifetime for the company. This typically includes:

  • Sourcing
  • Installation
  • Commissioning
  • Maintenance
  • Repair
  • Overhaul
  • Decommissioning
  • Disposition

Source: Acquire to Retire


1C:ERP User Guide

Version: 1.1 beta
Date of issue: August 2021
End-user instructions on how to perform the business process in the system.

Functional Software Architecture
Functional Areas Functional Groups Definition
CRM&Marketing CRM

This group describes operations related to managing customer relationships. This includes customer requests, further interaction to sales opportunity, as well as managing credit risk

Sales Sales management

This sales management group covers operations involved in handling a sales opportunity, passing through creating a quotation, converting it into a sales order, processing, and following up the sales order fulfillment. It also covers issuing invoices for goods and services delivered, offsetting of accounts receivable, planning incoming payments, etc.

Purchasing

Purchases

This group covers key purchasing operations. Firstly, it includes the creation, confirmation and sending of purchase orders to the vendor and the following up the purchase orders fulfillment. It also involves daily accounts payable transactions, eg. vendor invoices processing, AP offsetting, and placing payment requests.

Store&Delivery Demand fulfillment The demand fulfillment group covers operations of orchestrating material demand and ensuring reliable supply. It also includes the review of material management parameters, control of goods and material availability activities in order to confirm the supply to a certain demand.
Internal inventory transfers This process covers material movements performed within the company, such as goods transfer between warehouses, internal consumption of goods, a physical count of stock, goods misgrading, shortage, surplus, etc.
Warehouse management

The warehouse management group includes operations related to the inbound delivery from vendor and shipping goods to customer, goods issue, goods receipt. It also involves initiating the transportation, picking, putting-away, and packing of goods.

Bin system

The bin system group includes operations for the tracking of material movements within the warehouse. Processes include picking and putting-away transactions, as well as the movement of goods from the storage area to the shipping area and vice versa.

Delivery management

This group covers all processes involved in scheduling and processing the delivery orders for inbound or outbound transportation of goods. It includes the selection of vehicle, scheduling of delivery, printing transportation documents, confirmation of the successful delivery.

Manufacturing

Production scheduling and controlling

The production scheduling and controlling group cover key operations for generation, prioritizing, decomposition to stages, release and following up of production orders. The production schedule is also included in the group.

Shop management

This group includes the preparation and execution of production operations related to the physical manufacturing of finished products. It also includes confirmation of resources consumption and quantity of actual production.

Shop-floor manufacturing accounting

The shop-floor manufacturing accounting group covers all processes involved in material logistic movements in the production site. This includes the transfer of materials from and to the production shopfloor.

Treasury Bank

The bank group handles incoming and outgoing payments operations, processing with banks, and other activities related to bank accounts.

AR/AP offsetting


Assets Fixed assets

This fixed assets group covers the acquisition, capitalization, and physical inventory counting, as well as the disposal of fixed assets.

Repair and maintenance

The repair and maintenance group contains operations related to the assessing current state, repair, maintenance, and refurbishment of the manufacturing equipment of the company.

Master data and settings Master data

The group includes activities related to maintaining operational master data.


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