Planning (MRP) and Requisition Worksheet Workshop Deep Dive

Virtual  |  $195

Is it time to bring your Business Central / NAV materials and manufacturing planning under control? If so, this four-hour deep-dive course is for you. The terms "running the planning worksheet" or "running MRP" refer to the calculation of the master production schedule and material requirements based on actual and forecasted demand.

The planning system can calculate either Master Planning Schedule (MPS) or Material Requirements Planning (MRP) on request, or it can calculate both at the same time. The planning system process examines what is needed or will be needed (demand) and what is on-hand or expected (supply). When these quantities are compared, Business Central provides action messages. Action messages are suggestions to create a new order, change an order (quantity or date), or cancel an order already on order. We will review tips on how best to set up items to support using the Planning Worksheet or Requisition Worksheet and run detailed examples in BC/NAV to show and discuss results.

Topics discussed will include:
• Blanket Purchase Orders and Blanket Sales Orders use in Planning
• The daily process flow of the Planning Worksheet
• The difference between the Planning Worksheet and the Requisition Worksheet
• Strategies on how to get started
• Examples of how other customers are using Planning


Save on registration! If you are an Innovia Consulting client, you get an automatic 10% discount.

If you have designated Innovia as your Cloud Solutions Provider (CSP), that discount increases to 20% off

The pricing for this workshop is per company, meaning anyone else from your company can join for free!

Once you register, you will receive a customized invoice via email. Once you pay it, you will receive a link to join the class. 

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About the Instructor:

John Grant

John Grant

Senior Application Consultant

John Grant is a Senior Application Consultant at Innovia Consulting and has been a lead consultant for over 20 BC/NAV implementations and 30 upgrades. He has an extensive background in manufacturing and has helped customers large and small optimize their operations while implementing Lean principles. He is a sought-after instructor for manufacturing functions in BC/NAV and has presented to hundreds at user group events and other conferences, including at Community Summit.