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    Ekansh Jain
    How to use the Operating Organization, Location Organization...
    Topic posted May 30, 2019 by Ekansh JainBronze Medal: 1,250+ Points, tagged Asset Master Data Management, Maintenance Analytics, Preventive Maintenance, Public Sector, Safety Management, Tip, White Paper 
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    How to use the Operating Organization, Location Organization and Maintenance Organization for setting up the Maintenance Organization Structure
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    How to use the Operating Organization, Location Organization and Maintenance Organization for setting up the Maintenance Organization Structure
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    Hi,

    I am trying to design the Maintenance Organization structure for our client, currently, they are not maintaining any inventory (they have inventory but they are not maintaining it).

    1. Therefore, all the assets they have does not have parts list as well. I have suggested them to create the inventory organization and provide the parts list for each and every asset. But this seems to be a lot of work for our client.
    2. Therefore, I have thought of the solution where only one inventory org should be created and all other places where maintenance activities are going on should be created as sub-inventories.
    3. Now, the maintenance organization can be associated with one inventory organization. How to use the Operating Organization, Location Organization and Maintenance Organization for setting up the Maintenance Organization Structure
    4. Also, can we create items as expense items which will be procured from maintenance work orders directly using the functionality of manual purchase orders creation from maintenance work orders?

    Thanks

    Ekansh

     

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    • Ann Scullion

      Hi Ekansh,

      Happy Friday!  I believe we address most of your questions here in our discussion yesterday, and I am following up on the Location Org question.  I will keep you posted!

      Take good care and have a wonderful weekend,

      Ann