This section provides use cases of how to configure and manage the Serialized Manufacturing application.


The workflows illustrate typical use cases for the user. The description is not exhaustive and is not meant to be exhaustive. The goal is to help the users to get an idea of how to use the application for certain activities.


List of Use Cases


Commissioning Items to BPOM with Shopfloor Integration over API


In this use case, you use the Serialized Manufacturing application as an administration tool to register products and production orders and to commission items to BPOM. The application does not have control over the shopfloor. External systems, like ERP and the middleware system on the shopfloor, are integrated with the Manufacturer V2 API. Serial numbers and SSCCs are defined on the shopfloor level.




Before You Begin


Make sure that you have configured all the channels you need.


ChannelsDescription
Manufacturer V2 API

To access the Serialized Manufacturing application from an external system through API, configure the Manufacturer V2 API channel. For more information, see Configuring Manufacturer V2 API Channel.


For the communication through the Manufacturer V2 API, you also need to have a valid authentication token. For more information, see Managing API Keys and Static Token.

BPOMTo report to the National Agency of Drug and Food Control in Indonesia (Badan Pengawas Obat dan Makanan - BPOM), configure the BPOM regulatory channel. For more information, see Configuring BPOM Channel, Viewing BPOM Logs, and Importing Shipping Locations.


Procedure


1. Create the IDN market profile under the Serialized Manufacturing application --> Settings tab. For more information, see Settings.


2. Register the products for the Indonesian market under the Serialized Manufacturing application --> Products tab. For the products, you must define the master data. You can also create product groups, that you can associate with products. For more information, see Managing Products and Managing Product Groups.


3. (Optional) Register a packaging line under the Serialized Manufacturing application --> Packaging --> Packaging lines tab. You can give a name and a packaging line tag that is used for the API communication, but all of these are optional. As there is no control on the packaging line from Movilitas.Cloud, ignore specifying a shopfloor channel. For more information, see Managing Packaging Lines.


4. Create packaging orders either in the Serialized Manufacturing application or from your ERP system through the Manufacturer V2 API channel. For more information, see Managing Packaging Orders or the Manufacturer V2 API documentation.


5. Produce the packs and containers on the shopfloor. Communicate with Movilitas.Cloud over Manufacturer V2 API. For more information on the API requests, see the Manufacturer V2 API documentation.


#Action
5.1Request the order details from Movilitas.Cloud through Manufacturer V2 API.
5.2

Prepare the serial numbers and the SSCCs used for the aggregation. Make sure that the given values are unique and GS1-compliant.


Note: Action outside Movilitas.Cloud.

5.3

Start the packaging order by moving its status to In Progress in Movilitas.Cloud through Manufacturer V2 API.


Serial number assignment is bypassed in Movilitas.Cloud.

5.4

Produce the packs and perform the aggregations on the shopfloor.


Note: Action outside Movilitas.Cloud.

5.5

Update Movilitas.Cloud with the results through Manufacturer V2 API:

  • Commission the serials used for packaging.
  • Send the aggregation actions.
  • Finish the packaging order.


Result:

  • The SN/SSCC pool, the SSCC history, and the pack history are updated in Movilitas.Cloud.
  • The packaging order goes to Done status.
  • The produced items are waiting for commissioning.


6. Decide how you want to commission the produced items to BPOM:

  • Commission separately from shipping under the Serialized Manufacturing application --> Commissioning tab. For more information, see Commissioning. Then, go to the next step.
  • Commission while shipping. Use the Serialized Logistics application and skip the steps below. For more information, see Serialized Logistics Workflows.


7. Monitor the logs on the BPOM channel. For more information, see Configuring BPOM Channel, Viewing BPOM Logs, and Importing Shipping Locations.


8. Track the SSCC pool, the SSCC history, and the pack history under the Serialized Manufacturing application --> SN/SSCC pool tab. For more information, see:


9. View the batch data and the pack status summary for the batch. For more information, see Managing Batches.


Next Steps


The items are ready for shipping. You can also do the commissioning while shipping the items. For more information, see the Serialized Logistics application and the Serialized Logistics Workflows.


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Printing Labels for the Chinese Market on Zebra Devices


In this use case, you want to print labels on Zebra devices for the Chinese market in the Serialized Manufacturing application.

You register product master data, request serials from an SAP ICH system, and design the market-specific label. You print the labels by creating and executing printing orders.



Before You Begin


Make sure that:


Procedure


1. Create the CHN market profile under the Serialized Manufacturing application --> Settings tab. For more information, see Settings.


2. Register the products for the Chinese market by giving the master data under the Serialized Manufacturing application --> Products tab. For more information, see Managing Products.


3. For each product, configure the serial management under the Serialized Manufacturing application --> Products tab. You can request serials from SAP ICH through the applicable SAP ICH channel or set the automatic replenishment to allow requesting serial numbers when an order is created. For more information, see Managing Products.


4. Create batches for the product. For more information, see Managing Batches.


5. Release the batch on your own or by involving another user. For more information, see Managing Batches.


6. Create a ZPL label template. For more information, see Managing Templates.


7. Configure the printing destinations. For more information, see Managing Printing Destinations.


8. Create printing orders. For more information, see Managing Printing Orders.


9. Print the labels by executing the order immediately after creation or later by releasing the order to the printing destination. For more information, see Managing Printing Orders.


Next Steps


Commission the items while shipping them. For more information, see the Serialized Logistics application and the Serialized Logistics Workflows.


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Assigning Serials to a CMO by Sending a CSV File and Commissioning to the EU Hub by Uploading a CSV File


In this use case, you use the Serialized Manufacturing application as a Marketing Authorization Holder (MAH) in the EU market. You want to cover registration and commissioning tasks towards the EU Hub and control the serials used by your Contract Manufacturing Organization (CMO).




Before You Begin


Make sure that:


Procedure


1. Create the EU market profile under the Serialized Manufacturing application --> Settings tab. For more information, see Settings.


2. Register the contracted wholesalers (3PLs) under the Serialized Manufacturing application --> Site management --> 3PLs tab. For more information, see Managing 3PLs.


3. Register the products for the EU market by giving the master data and country-related data under the Serialized Manufacturing application --> Products tab. For more information, see Managing Products.


4. For each product, configure the serial management under the Serialized Manufacturing application --> Products tab. You can generate serials by using an SNM channel or you can request serials from an SAP ATTP or SAP ICH system through the applicable business channel. For more information, see Managing Products.


5. Register the CMO, and then assign the products and serials to the CMO. For more information, see Managing CMO.


6. Export the serials to a CSV file and provide it to the CMO. For more information, see Managing CMO.


7. After the CMO provided the CSV file about the produced packs, upload the CSV file in the right format and commission the items to the EU Hub. For more information, see Commissioning.


Note: The manufacturer data is also sent to the EU Hub while commissioning the items to the EU Hub.


8. Monitor the EU Hub requests and alerts on the EU Hub channel. For more information, see Configuring an EU Hub Channel and Viewing EU Hub Messages.


9. View the batch data and the pack status summary for the batch. For more information, see Managing Batches.


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Assigning Serials to a CMO by Sending a CSV File and Commissioning to the EU Hub by Scanning the Produced Packs


In this use case, you use the Serialized Manufacturing application as a Marketing Authorization Holder (MAH) in the EU market. You want to cover registration and commissioning tasks towards the EU Hub and control the serials used by your Contract Manufacturing Organization (CMO).




Before You Begin


Make sure that:


Procedure


1. Create the EU market profile under the Serialized Manufacturing application --> Settings tab. For more information, see Settings.


2. Register the contracted wholesalers (3PLs) under the Serialized Manufacturing application --> Site management --> 3PLs tab. For more information, see Managing 3PLs.


3. Register the products for the EU market by giving the master data and country-related data under the Serialized Manufacturing application --> Products tab.  For more information, see Managing Products.


4. For each product, configure the serial management under the Serialized Manufacturing application --> Products tab. You can generate serials by using an SNM channel or you can request serials from an SAP ATTP or SAP ICH system through the applicable business channel. For more information, see Managing Products.


5. Register the CMO, and then assign the products and serials to the CMO. For more information, see Managing CMO.


6. Export the serials to a CSV file and provide it to the CMO. For more information, see Managing CMO.


7. Configure the operators who scan the packs produced by the CMO for commissioning. For more information, see Managing Operators.


8. After the CMO shipped the produced packs to your company, as an operator, scan the packs for commissioning by using Movilitas Mobile.


Movilitas.Cloud is updated with the scanned items. For more information, see Commission Packs (Mobile).


9. Commission the items to the EU Hub. For more information, see Commissioning.


Note: The manufacturer data is also sent to the EU Hub while commissioning the items to the EU Hub.


10. Monitor the EU Hub requests and alerts on the EU Hub channel. For more information, see Configuring an EU Hub Channel and Viewing EU Hub Messages.


11. View the batch data and the pack status summary for the batch. For more information, see Managing Batches.


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