Building Demand-Driven Supply Chains with Reveal

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  1. Building a Digital Supply Chain Strategy for SAP S/4HANA

    Panelists: Martin Rowan and David Carroll from Reveal Date: Wednesday, August 22 Sponsor: SCM 2018 The Fourth Industrial Revolution has arrived, and the BIG question is… Is your business ready?  SAP S/4HANA is here to stay and other technologies that facilitate concepts like Machine Learning, AI, VR, Demand Sensing, etc., are moving fast.  Learn what to do when…...…

  2. How to Reduce the Bullwhip Effect by Following a Demand-Driven Supply Chain Strategy

    Learn how to integrate consumer demand signals to achieve a demand-driven supply chain that is used to optimize short-term forecasts and increase demand network visibility. From a demand planning perspective, planners can now compare the traditional consensus demand forecasts with a point-of-sale (POS) statistical forecast and therefore apply corrections based on true consumer demand. From…...…

  3. Improve Background Process Design with Process Chain Scheduling

    The true value of any new algorithm or process implementation can be derived only when the batch process in which these functionalities are executed has been optimally designed. Learn the fundamentals of process chain scheduling and then walk through eight scenarios in which you can implement such scheduling using sample utilities to improve your process…...…

  4. Supporting Corporate Strategy Through Supply Chain Optimization

    Supply chains exist and collaborate with other functions to help fulfill that customer expectation. A key question then arises - how do you determine what will help enhance your customer experience? The initial answers to this question start evolving at the corporate strategy level. Supply chain strategy, ideally, then gets derived from the corporate strategy.…

  5. Manage Supply Chain Risks with SAP Supply Chain Performance Management 2.0

    SAP Supply Chain Performance Management 2.0 offers extended performance and risk indicators in a number of key areas, including the Supply Chain Council’s Supply Chain Operations Reference (SCOR) model. Learn how to effectively map these key risk indicators to an enterprise risk management program using SAP Supply Chain Performance Management 2.0 and SAP Risk Management…...…

  6. A Fireside Supply Chain Chat with SAP’s Darcy MacClaren

    Chief Revenue Officer for SAP Digital Supply Chain Darcy MacClaren recently sat down with SAPinsider Chief Content Officer Mark Vigoroso to share her thoughts on supply chain technology, transformation, and innovation. She shares key insights on how SAP organizations can anticipate and manage disruptions to become more resilient, as well as touching on the core…

  7. Use World-Class SOP Strategies to Balance Future Supply and Demand

    Having difficulty balancing supply and demand? Doing OK but want to do better? Learn the key strategies to put Sales and Operations Planning (SOP) to work for you. Key Concept One of the key activities in the area of supply chain planning is the periodic review of anticipated demand and available supply. This business process…...…

  8. Safety Stock: Which Method Is Right for You?

    Learn about various methods of safety stock supported by standard SAP Advanced Planning & Optimization (SAP APO), including a new method that provides a more cost-effective way of managing safety stocks in a supply chain. Key Concept Supply chains are exposed to multiple uncertain influencing factors, such as demand upsurges or production disruptions. Safety stock…...…

  9. Use Down Payment Chain Functionality to Improve Efficiency of Tracking Contractual Events

    Track contractual events that occur in long-term projects with the down payment chain functionality in FI. Walk through the end-to-end configuration of the functionality supported by process steps with an example. Key Concept SAP’s down payment chains functionality groups all the accounting documents that belong to one contract. It also allows you to structure the…...…

  10. Role of Data Quality in Supply Chain Digital Transformation

    Quality Data Lays the Foundation As supply chains become increasingly complex, so does the associated data landscape. Millions of data points must be managed in modern supply chains today due to the wide gamut of systems used. From Enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems that manage an organization’s basic processes to customer relationship process (CRM) systems…...…