The Assemble-to-Order (ATO) Benchmark integrates process chains across SAP Business Suite components. The ATO scenario is characterized by high volume sales, short production times (from hours to one day), and individual assembly for such products as PCs, pumps, and cars. In general, each benchmark user has its own master data, such as material, vendor, or customer master data to avoid data locking situations. However, the ATO Benchmark has been designed to handle and overcome data locking situations – the ATO benchmark users access common master data, such as material, vendor, or customer master data.
Financials CO-OM, CO-PC, FI-GL
Logistics MM-IM, LE-WM, LO-VC, CS, SD-BIL, SD-SHP, SD-SLS, PP-BD, PP-ATO
Basis BC-BMT, BC-SRV
Human resources PD-OM
Cross application CA-CL
Published results of the ATO Benchmark contain throughput numbers; for example 2,500 assembly orders per hour. An assembly order is a request to assemble pre-manufactured parts and assemblies to finished products based to an existing sales order.
User interaction steps 2 - 24 are repeated n times (23 user interaction steps --> min. 230 sec. duration).
One run corresponds to the full assemble-to-order scenario for one item.