The activities associated with receiving the request to create a [[t:WO|Production or Work order required to schedule and execute the Make activities. Make-To-Order processes require a production order or work order linked specifically to an order in the Deliver process (generally the Customer Order).
This is a M2 process; Demand is not aggregated, each individual Order (Sales Order or STO) results in a unique Production Order. Planning and scheduling primarily focus on meeting dates promised to customers, secondarily optimizing throughput (capacity utilization) and efficiency.
For Configure-to-Order, and PTO variations of the Make-To-Order process the originating order (SO or STO) details generally include the Bill of Materials required to make and/or package the product.
Note: Common inputs and outputs are listed in alphabetical order. Other inputs and outputs may be required to support varying use cases.