SAP Supply Chain Management
Optimise your supply chain through integrated business processes
Changes in an operating system will have technical and financial impact across the organisation. That is why an integrated approach is the only way forward for effective supply change management.
S&OP with SAP Supply Chain Management
Gain a competitive edge by speeding up the time from data to overview to action.
Tactical Planning with SAP SCM
To achieve your long-term strategic objectives, you need a strong tactical plan for the short and medium term.
Scheduling with SAP SCM
Support your business targets and get the best plan from your SCM system through orders generated and scheduled via SAP SCM. Numerous algorithms are available together with an optimiser to suit specific planning scenarios and business needs.
Global Grundfos strategy yields clear results
Grundfos is ready for rolling out their global supply chain in the entire company after successful tests in the industry segment
Managing the demand for spare parts
Achieve high service levels without unnecessary high inventory cost. We suggest a structured method to manage the demand for spare parts, and illustrate a business case in a large global production company, where this method was applied. Not surprisingly, the economical benefits were very significant.
Increase the revenue of your ERP investment
The complexity and the effort combined with having the company’s business processes and transactions reflected and supported by the ERP system is often so large, the energy to expand with advanced planning systems is simply not there. It is understandable but it is also a shame.
Optimise logistical costs
When reducing costs in your supply chain, you need to identify all consequences involved. Otherwise you might end up creating costs that you had not foreseen.
Sales and operations planning (S&OP)
Does your decision making process include Sales, Operations and Finance? Does it also deliver timely decisions? Integrating key functions and making decisions on time are key to maximising sales and minimising costs.
SAP supports critical business processes. To implement SAP successfully, you have to know what you want SAP to deliver – and create the platform to make this happen.