Demand Management & Pricing

Unifying the views on the wide variety of demand signals that arise from your customers is a absolute requirement in today’s supply chains. But aggregating that information in realtime takes a special blend of technology and process discipline. Content in this subtropic offers strategies and bes practices to help organizations more accurately predict demand so that they can improve service levels and forecast accuracy. Learn how to use a combination of cloud and on-premise demand management and pricing solutions to help you use machine learning and pattern recognition to optimize demand, and accurately establish pricing. Understand how to leverage core demand reporting and analytics within SAP ECC, and the advanced demand capabilities of planning solutions such as Integrated Business Planning to balance demand and supply so you can increase fulfillment accuracy and deliver more orders on time.

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  1. SAP

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    Irrespective of whether you are in a B2C business in the food and beverage industry or in a B2B business in other temperature and time-sensitive products like pharma and chemicals, you always have sell-by dates in the back of your mind and hopefully, these are pivotal elements in your supply chain planning.SAPinsider recently had the…
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    Discussing Shelf Life Management with Marco Sisfontes – Part One

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    Irrespective of whether you are in a B2C business in the food and beverage industry or in a B2B business in other temperature and time-sensitive products like pharma and chemicals, you always have sell-by dates in the back of your mind and hopefully, these are pivotal elements in your supply chain planning.SAPinsider recently had the…
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    Brüggen Leverages Old with New for Forecast Optimization

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    H. & J. Brüggen KG (Brüggen), a family-owned, privately held company in Lübeck, Germany, that produces private label cereals and muesli bars, underwent a supply chain management transformation that began in 2008 and continues to evolve as the company expands its product offerings and global reach. Martin Gries, Head of Supply Chain for Brüggen, says…
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    SAPinsider Supply Chain Management Summit

    Disruptive events are rapidly changing the global supply chain. Resource shortages, transportation challenges, geopolitical instability, and the lasting effects of the pandemic are causing organizations to quickly and frequently alter plans and reconfigure their supplier networks. The SAPinsider Supply Chain Management summit is designed to help you leverage SAP technology to improve planning, streamline logistics,…
  5. Streamlining End to End Supply Chain with Rodan+Fields

    When global growth is your target, avoid manual processes that slow your progress and compound complexities. Facing widespread challenges in order fulfillment and supply planning, Rodan+Fields (R+F) needed to make a change. Rapid growth and a global reach led this skincare manufacturing and distribution company to outgrow its mostly manual processes. The company’s legacy processes…
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    Best Practice Demand Forecasting with SAP IBP

    Contributing Editor: John Yuva, SAPinsider Demand Forecasting with SAP IBP Robust is a difficult term to define. It’s something that is useful for the organization, something that makes sense. A robust demand forecasting process must be able to handle variances in demand and enable control of your supply chain — with the intent of avoiding…
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    Leverage SAP Integrated Business Planning for Forecasting

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    Robust is a difficult term to define. It’s something that is useful for the organization, something that makes sense. A robust demand forecasting process must be able to handle variances in demand and enable control your supply chain — with the intent of avoiding situations where you have 1,000 days of inventory or are missing…
  8. Enterprise-Class Demand Planning at Agilent Technologies

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    For Agilent Technologies, a manufacturer of analytical instruments for the life science and laboratories sector, growth has been dramatic over recent years, including a number of acquisitions. Such growth has caused the company’s pathology division to experience a rapid expansion of sales, but also revealed that the division had outgrown its demand planning practices, which…
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    cbs Corporate Business Solutions is a global SAP consulting company specialized in complex transformation projects like Carve-Outs, Post merger integrations, move to SAP S/4HANA, and global SAP rollouts. A global leader in SAP data migration and founding member of the Selective Data Transition Engagement group, cbs is the only SAP partner with an end-to-end portfolio that delivers both technical and functional consulting expertise, combined with proven transformation software allowing us to deliver such projects out of one hand. Our consultants across 20 locations worldwide design, optimize and manage digital business processes for mid-sized industrial corporations, hidden champions, and large enterprises.

  10. OpsVeda

    The surge in data availability, coupled with shorter product cycles and broader value chain networks, has made operational decision making incredibly complex. Organizations frequently end up with sub-optimal decisions, because they are based on incomplete, and error-prone manual analyses on stale data from BI systems and spreadsheets. OpsVeda eases the lives of business teams by providing them ready answers for questions they encounter daily. Powered by patented technology and passion for business agility, OpsVeda delivers comprehensive operations intelligence along with defined business outcomes. The OpsVeda mission, simply stated, is to make customer operations immensely agile and profitable, through operational intelligence and AI-powered automation. OpsVeda customers span consumer-packaged goods, food and beverage, fashion and retail, industrial and manufacturing, and high-tech industries.