Manhattan MET Solutions Training Courses are hands-on workshops, taught by our highly skilled team of Certified Training Consultants (CTT+). Our goal is to give your people a strong working knowledge of Manhattan supply chain solutions to maximize value, effectiveness and adoption within your organization. With Manhattan MET’s proven methodologies and hands-on workshops, staff quickly obtain a thorough and true understanding of what your supply chain software can do.
Courses normally begin with basic navigation, concepts and system integration and offer a structured format of lectures, system demonstrations, and hands-on activities in a virtual warehouse. Manhattan training classes are closed events, limited to Manhattan customers and registered partners.
NOTE: The schedule linked to above is for the United States only. Please contact +44 (0)1344 318000 for United Kingdom and Europe class schedules and availability, and the Australia office at +61 (0)2 9454 5400 for Asia-Pacific region availability. Or simply email us.
|Warehouse Management for Open Systems||Supply Chain Intelligence|
|Warehouse Management for System-i||Transportation Planning and Execution|
|Manhattan SCALE™||Transportation Procurement|
Level 1: This course provides an introduction to Warehouse Management for Open Systems as well as functional aspects of the inbound process—interfaces, receiving, putaway, cycle counting and vendor performance; and the outbound process—waves and wave management, replenishment, allocation, picking and packing, and transportation.
Level 2: Building on Level 1 concepts, this week-long, in-depth course teaches Warehouse Management for Open Systems installation and configuration through hands-on exercises in which participants create their own systemic warehouse from scratch to fully operational.
Level 3: This course on Systems Management and Techniques teaches core architecture, environment configuration concepts; best practices for identifying and resolving Warehouse Management for Open Systems issues quickly; and preventive maintenance requirements including system administration and database purging and archiving.
Level 1: This course provides an introduction to Warehouse Management for IBM i including functional aspects of the inbound process from interfaces to receiving, putaway, cycle counting and vendor performance, and the outbound process including waves and wave management, replenishment, allocation, picking and packing, and transportation.
Level 2: Building on Level 1, this week-long, in-depth course teaches Warehouse Management for IBM i, including installation and configuration, through hands-on exercises in which participants create their own systemic warehouse from scratch to fully operational.
Level 3: Systems Management & Troubleshooting (SM&T). This four-day course covers Warehouse Management systems management and techniques for resolving issues more quickly. Topics include change management, error investigation, purging, debugging programs and using journals.
Introductory System Commands for SM&T: Optional 1 day course taught in conjunction with Systems Management & Troubleshooting course listed above. This class teaches the basic commands and definitions.
Level 1: This three-day course presents functional aspects of the inbound process—interfaces, receiving, putaway, cycle counting; and the outbound process—wave management, replenishment, allocation, picking and work orders, as well as the configuration to make it all work.
Level 2: This three-day course presents a comprehensive overview of all configurations within SCALE available to configure a warehouse and its corresponding inbound and outbound processes.
This course offers an overview of the application and the configuration required to improve item slotting for a warehouse.
This course consists of seven modules used to introduce participants to Labor Management software. It provides the core knowledge necessary to understand tracking warehouse events, employee activities, employee performance statistics, personal information, performance goals, and actual performance time in the warehouse.
This course is designed for Business Analysts and Report Users. It walks participants through the Analysis and Reporting of a business' Key Performance Indicators (KPI), and the integration of various business services (Warehouse Management for Open Systems, Labor Management, Transportation Planning & Execution) into one easy-to-use reporting tool.
This two-day course introduces participants to Transportation Planning and Execution through hands-on exercises in which participants configure the application, navigate the systems, and execute the solutions. Curriculum focuses on truckload and less-than-truckload planning and execution.
Transportation Procurement allows shippers to quickly and efficiently secure transportation contracts with their carriers. It puts the shipper in control of their transportation contracting process. With Transportation Procurement, shippers manage the entire process in an environment that gives them easy access to data, collaboration with carriers, and analytical tools to evaluate bids from their carriers.
Level 1: For new buyers or those who need a refresher in the basics, this two and a half day class will feature the basic concepts of Replenishment, understanding the components of the SOQ and analyzing the Demand Forecast.
Level 2: This course is for buyers with some experience in Replenishment who want to maximize their knowledge by learning about advanced level features and functions. Topics for this two and a half day course include Planned Demands and Planned Purchases, Investment Buying, and Transfers.
For more information about Solutions Training Courses or to register for any of the courses listed above, please download our course calendar and registration form or contact us.
If you registered, but did not attend or cancel, we will refund 50% of the registration fee on request.