Organizations often come across situations while implementing a solution using SAP Manufacturing Integration and Intelligence (SAP MII) in which they want to store the relevant data and persist it locally in the SAP MII system. One reason is that data comes from many systems, and you can save this combined data in SAP MII and then create relations or calculations using the data. Another advantage is performance enhancement. Performing calculations based on data stored locally is better than fetching the data from another system. Follow a use case to learn how to persist or store data in manufacturing data objects (MDOs) that come as an in-the-box feature of SAP MII. Find out how to define MDOs and how to consume them.