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  1. 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…...…
  2. Achieving Resilient Supply Chain Networks with Accenture

    There are countless opportunities to apply generative AI across end-to-end supply chain networks. Performance gains are waiting to be tapped in everything from sourcing and planning, through manufacturing and fulfilment, to aftersales and service. There’s also significant cross-functional value to be gained in areas like sustainability, customer-centricity, supply chain resilience and supply chain data analysis.…
  3. IBM Practices What it Preaches in Supply Chain Transformation

    Modern supply chain management systems extend beyond conventional logistics, impacting factors like product and service excellence, delivery efficiency, expenses, customer satisfaction, and ultimately, overall profitability. This evolution has spurred global supply chain leaders to reevaluate traditional methods, recognizing that clinging to outdated practices poses significant risks amidst disruptions. However, despite progress, many supply chain operations…
  4. Hyperscalers Focus on Supply Chain Platforms

    Supply chain planning solutions space has been a crowded and competitive segment for decades. As technology capabilities progress, we see more and more entrants in the segment, trying to compete with established players. However, a key fact of this space is that while bells and whistles may differ, the core features and functionalities remain the…
  5. 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…...…
  6. Creating Value Through End-to-End Supply Chain Planning

    Increasing supply chain complexity, coupled with rapidly evolving customer demand, has given rise to a set of challenges supply chain leaders have not encountered before. What extenuates these challenges for many organizations is the siloed approach to planning and tackling supply chain challenges.
  7. 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…...…
  8. Supply Chain Process Automation

    A Fireside Supply Chain Chat with SAP’s Darcy MacClaren

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    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…
  9. Reduce Risk in Your Supply Chain with Supply Chain Performance Management

    As part of its positioning for the corporate boardroom set of enterprise performance management applications, SAP BusinessObjects Supply Chain Performance Management enables full visibility of the value chain using metrics and indicators. Learn how to reduce risks in material and intellectual property flow in your supply chain and create a more effective organization using the…...…
  10. ifm Supply Chain for Planning and Execution Transformation

    Extending the core ERP capabilities with additional solution functionality can be approached in two ways, namely “add-on” and “add-in” solutions. When it comes to add-on solutions, integration of data, people, and processes is required, which can be a costly and time-consuming process. On the other hand, add-in solutions are natively embedded in the ERP system,…