Welcome to the SAP ePP/DS webinar series – part 2!


Join us for an exclusive journey into the world of SAP ePP/DS and aATP, where sales meet excellence in manufacturing.


We are excited to reveal the content of our second webinar in a series, where we will explore the different migration and implementation strategies of ePP/DS and how you can harmonise your sales processes with production planning processes.


Get ready to learn about the latest SAP ePP/DS and SAP aATP (Advanced Available-to-Promise) innovations, get system demos and explore best practices for operational planning and scheduling processes with SAP aATP.


In this second webinar, we will cover:

  • A recap of the first webinar
    We will revisit the first webinar and what is new with SAP ePP/DS compared to APO PP/DS, recapping the most important innovations and differences.

    Watch the first webinar here
  • How to implement SAP ePP/DS
    Take a deep dive into examples of implementation strategies and the highlights of the main choices to make, depending on where you stand today with ECC vs S4 and APO vs ePP/DS.
  • SAP ePP/DS and aATP live demo
    We will explore how aATP and ePP/DS will work together to enhance the integration of production planning, sales order confirmations and ATP.

    We will also look at the key highlights of new aATP and ePP/DS developments that are shaping the future way of planning.

The second webinar in a series


This webinar is the second in a series of webinars designed to keep you at the forefront of ePP/DS innovation. Stay tuned for more webinars that will delve deeper into the details of ePP/DS, its implementation strategies, integration options, best practices and much more.


Cannot make it to this session? Register anyway, and we will send you a recording of the webinar so you can watch it at your convenience.


Do not miss out on this opportunity to transform your manufacturing processes. Reserve your spot today!


Who should attend?


This webinar is relevant to manufacturing professionals, supply chain managers, production planners, SAP IT professionals in planning and supply chain, gATP/ATP professionals and SAP APO IT professionals – or anyone interested in optimising production and planning processes.

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