SAP APO

SAP Advanced Planning and Optimization (SAP APO) provides a fully integrated range of functions that you require for planning and executing your logistic processes. SAP APO supports the following: Intercompany interaction on a strategic, tactical, and operative planning level; Collaboration with logistic partners from order receipt through stock monitoring to product shipping; Maintenance of relationships with customers and business partners; Continuous optimization and measurement of the performance of the logistic network


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  1. Kreiter, Tobias; Pferschy, Ulrich: Integer programming models versus advanced planning business software for a multi-level mixed-model assembly line problem (2020)
  2. Copil, Karina; Wörbelauer, Martin; Meyr, Herbert; Tempelmeier, Horst: Simultaneous lotsizing and scheduling problems: a classification and review of models (2017)
  3. Sel, Çağrı; Bilgen, Bilge; Bloemhof-Ruwaard, Jacqueline: Planning and scheduling of the make-and-pack dairy production under lifetime uncertainty (2017)
  4. Claassen, G. D. H.; Gerdessen, J. C.; Hendrix, E. M. T.; van der Vorst, J. G. A. J.: On production planning and scheduling in food processing industry:modelling non-triangular setups andproduct decay (2016)
  5. Rebennack, Steffen; Kallrath, Josef: Continuous piecewise linear delta-approximations for univariate functions: computing minimal breakpoint systems (2015)
  6. Amorim, P.; Costa, A. M.; Almada-Lobo, B.: Influence of consumer purchasing behaviour on the production planning of perishable food (2014)
  7. Baumann, Philipp; Trautmann, Norbert: A hybrid method for large-scale short-term scheduling of make-and-pack production processes (2014)
  8. Öztürk, Cemalettin; Ornek, Arslan M.: Operational extended model formulations for advanced planning and scheduling systems (2014)
  9. Fasano, Giorgio: A global optimization point of view to handle non-standard object packing problems (2013)
  10. Meyr, Herbert; Mann, Matthias: A decomposition approach for the general lotsizing and scheduling problem for parallel production lines (2013)
  11. Kallrath, Josef: Algebraic modeling languages: introduction and overview (2012)
  12. Ponsignon, Thomas; Mönch, Lars: Heuristic approaches for master planning in semiconductor manufacturing (2012)
  13. Kallrath, Josef: Polylithic modeling and solution approaches using algebraic modeling systems (2011)
  14. Lang, Jan Christian; Shen, Zuo-Jun Max: Fix-and-optimize heuristics for capacitated lot-sizing with sequence-dependent setups and substitutions (2011)
  15. Bilgen, B.; Günther, H.-O.: Integrated production and distribution planning in the fast moving consumer goods industry: A block planning application (2010)
  16. Brandenburg, Marcus; Tölle, Franz-Josef: MILP-based campaign scheduling in a specialty chemicals plant: a case study (2009)
  17. Kung, Ling-Chieh; Chern, Ching-Chin: Heuristic factory planning algorithm for advanced planning and scheduling (2009)
  18. Hübner, Reinhard: Strategic supply chain management in process industries. An application to specialty chemicals production network design. (2007)
  19. Günther, H.-O.; Grunow, M.; Neuhaus, U.: Realizing block planning concepts in make-and-pack production using MILP modelling and SAP APO(^\circledR) (2006)
  20. Kallrath, Josef; Maindl, Thomas I.: Real optimization with SAP(^\circledR) APO. With foreword by Gerard De Beuckelaer (2006)

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