Sample Uses of Ranked Lists in SAP R3


Sample Uses of Ranked Lists in SAP R/3

When I think of ranked lists, I often think of high school class rankings. For example, if your graduating class had 1,000 students, and you were Number 1, you were the valedictorian. Other rankings were important, too, for college admissions (and bragging rights). Ranking is useful in many different ways, including those listed here:

  • Purchasing information system You could create a ranked list of the 10 vendors that have the highest purchase order values.

  • Sales information system You could create a ranked list of the 50 customers with the highest incoming orders.

  • Inventory control You could create a ranked list of the 50 materials with the highest purchase order values.

  • Shop floor information system You could create a ranked list of the 20 work centers with the shortest lead times.

  • Plant maintenance information system You could create a ranked list of the 10 functional locations with the highest number of breakdowns.

  • Quality management information system You could create a ranked list of the 10 vendors with the highest number of returned lots.

  • Human capital management You could create a ranked list of the 100 departments with the largest numbers of active associates.




SAP Query Reporting
SAP Query Reporting
ISBN: 0672329026
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2006
Pages: 161
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