Event in Oslo

Optimise your supply chain

- with SAP Integrated Business Planning

Date

19 March

Prepare to take your supply chain to the next level in a more global and volatile business world

SAP and Implement Consulting Group invite you to an inspiring day with a focus on the various aspects of SAP Integrated Business Planning (IBP), including sales and operations planning, demand planning/demand sensing, inventory optimisation, supply planning and response management and more specifically on implementation cases regarding these topics.

This will take place through presentations and café sessions, covering the topics of accelerated IBP implementation, financial and profit simulation in SAP IBP and simple and efficient demand planning in IBP for Demand.

Join us for an inspirational and hands-on day where you can learn more about the innovative value-creating capabilities of SAP, gain insight into the various planning solutions and discuss them with experts and peers.

Programme

08:00

Doors open and light breakfast

09:00

Introduction and welcome

SAP Norway

09:10

Digital supply chain supported by IBP

Introduction to SAP IBP, vision, roadmap and functionality.

Claus Jensen, SAP

09:40

Keynote: IBP implementation at Orkla

Orkla will share how they are embarking on
their IBP journey as part of the company-wide Orkla Project One solution, including how they have implemented IBP for Demand using a fast and agile approach.

Andreas Kloow, Orkla, IBP Solution Architect

10:20

Small break

10:30

Fast time to impact with IBP

How to start an IBP implementation with a focus on getting impact after a few weeks and what a roadmap might look like.

Søren Skjødt, Implement Consulting Group

11:00

Café sessions

  • IBP end-to-end. Experience the full power of the end-to-end planning process in SAP IBP Get an overview of SAP IBP with this session. We will make a live demo of an S&OP process, where the different capabilities within Demand, Inventory and Supply are explained.
  • Financial and profit simulation in SAP IBP. Learn more about how IBP can improve the S&OP process with SAP IBP as an enabler for integrating Demand Planning with Financial Forecasting. This will enable fast scenariobased decisions in the supply planning.
  • Demand planning in IBP and simple forecasting. Focussing on how to reap the benefits of IBP, both with regard to demand sensing and how to do simple and efficient demand planning in IBP for Demand. We will share our viewpoints on how to have a simple forecasting process that reduces complexity and increases transparency.
  • Spare parts planning is a headache for many companies. How do you asses the criticality and segment the different products, maintain the right balance of capital tied to inventory and potential stock out cost if an item is not available? Get insights into the planning process and how to handle the spare part planning process by utilising the functionality of SAP IBP.

Each café lasts 30 minutes, so you can choose two different tracks.

12:00

Lunch

Wrap-up and networking. Implement and SAP will be around for questions, comments etc.

Practical information

Where

SAP Canteen,
Lysaker Torg 15 
1324 Lysaker 
Norway

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When

Tuesday 19 March 2019

09:00-12:00

Breakfast from 08:00 and lunch from 12:00

Price

The event is free of charge.

From 12:00, it is possible to book one-on-one meetings with SAP and Implement Consulting Group. If you would like to book a meeting, please email keiji.watanabe@sap.com.

Register for the event

SAP IBP

More and more companies have embarked on the journey to enhance their supply chain planning with the latest and newest technologies by using SAP Integrated Business Planning (IBP).

Powered by SAP HANA in-memory technology, this real-time supply chain planning solution combines capabilities for sales and operations, demand, response and supply planning as well as inventory optimisation while taking advantage of powerful supply chain analytics, what-if simulation, alerts and more–delivered through the cloud to enable fast innovation.