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Maximizing SAP Business Network for Logistics (BN4L)

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Key Takeaways

⇨ SAP BN4L helps with seamless integration between the Shipper and the carrier.

⇨ Both shippers and carriers can communicate in real time thus improving internal efficiency.

⇨ It also offers full transparency on peer-to-peer tendering.

Many organizations are struggling to meet their supply chain obligations to maximize business value. Whether it is shippers, carriers, warehouse managers, everyone wants an efficient process. To help the supply chain process, SAP has a robust list of supply chain management functions, including SAP Extended Warehouse Management (SAP EWM), SAP Transportation Management (SAP TMS), SAP Yard Logistics, SAP Business Network Freight Collaboration (SAP BN4L), and SAP Business Network Global Track and Trace (SAP GTT).
One crucial piece of the supply chain puzzle for SAP organizations is SAP Business Network for Logistics (BN4L). It is a cloud-based unified network where both parties can collaborate transparently in an open and secure network and realize the full potential of the supply chain network thus saving costs and increasing efficiency.
In this article, SAPinsider expert Gaurav Pandey will walk you through SAP Business Network for Logistics and how it helps shippers and carriers to communicate in real time thus improving internal efficiency.
He will demonstrate how it provides full transparency on peer-to-peer tendering and walk you through how organizations can connect with SAP Business Network for Logistics, onboard partners. The article will also demonstrate how organizations can move through the entire integration process and help shippers and carriers communicate clearly.

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