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Make-to-Order

Make-to-Order is the Supply Chain Configuration Strategy which uses unique, identifiable t:SOs to drive all decision and execution processes. In practice this means stock is assigned to orders early on in the supply chain: at receipt of product in Source-To-Order process or in the Make-To-Order Make process. For inventory transactions both the item number and the Sales Order/reference are recorded*.

Make-to-Order is one of the four Supply Chain Configuration Strategies: Make-to-Stock, Make-to-Order, Engineer-to-Order and Reverse Logistics.

Use Cases

Notes

The emphasis for planning Make-to-Order is on positioning the capacity required to execute (Source, Make and/or Deliver), instead of executing ahead of receiving the Sales Order.

*) Serial-, lot- or batch numbers may also need to be recorded for some use cases.

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Hierarchy

IDNameLevelx
SCCSSupply Chain Configuration Strategy1SCCS
MTOMake-to-Order2MTO
ATOAssemble-to-Order3ATO
CTOConfigure-To-Order3CTO
PTOPackage-to-Order3PTO

Process(es)

IDNameLevelx
A1Align Strategy2A1
A103Segment Supply Chains3A103
A109Define Scorecard3A109
A113Identify Strategic Supply Chain Capabilities3A113
A2Align Network2A2
S2Source-to-Order2S2
M2Make-to-Order2M2
D2Deliver-to-Order2D2

Term(s)

IDNameClearx
ATOAssemble-to-OrderATO
CTOConfigure-To-OrderCTO
ETOEngineer-to-OrderETO
JISJust-In-SequenceJIS
JITJust-In-TimeJIT
MTSMake-to-StockMTS
PTOPackage-to-OrderPTO
SOSSpecial Order ServiceSOS
SCCSSupply Chain Configuration StrategySCCS
Make-to-Order Supply Chain Configuration Strategy 2 2 Supply, Chain, Configuration, Strategy, Order, Demand, Driven, CTO, Configure-To-Order, BTO, Build-To-Order, ATO, Assemble-To-Order, PTO, Package-To-Order, Supply Chain The supply chain configuration strategy which uses unique, identifiable Sales Orders to drive product sourcing and production decision and execution processes