SAP-Lösung: SCM

SCM, Supply Chain Management, and increasingly Supply Chain Planning describe a wide range of IT applications from the areas of production planning, procurement and logistics. Supply chains are an essential component of a holistic ERP.

Workforce issues dominate the supply chain, with respondents citing time to train workers (52 percent) and high turnover (50 percent) as the biggest challenges.
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SAP CEO Christian Klein wants to focus on ERP, the core strength of the ERP world market leader. This focus is honorable, but of little help to SAP's customers. The B2B world is more than just ERP.
Agile, secure and reliable process communication with the innovative Retarus Cloud Services for integration and automation.
Delivery plans are supposed to link customers and suppliers, increase efficiency and delivery reliability, and avoid bottlenecks due to the bullwhip effect. But in many cases, the plans cause more trouble than they benefit.
The new supply chain due diligence law has been in force in Germany since January 1. For companies, this means even more documentation and complex compliance.
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The end of SAP as the community knows it. The supervisory board, the executive board, and the IT community would have the chance to save SAP. But false consideration and convenience are preventing the retread.
It is probably only logical that in our world full of uncertainties, of all things, planning is becoming more and more of a focus. The bottlenecks along global supply chains and the shortage of skilled workers have shown how important it is to make the best possible use of valuable resources.
The latest Industry 4.0 barometer from MHP and Ludwig Maximilian University in Munich states that an uncertain future is holding back the development of Industry 4.0 in Germany. Uncertainty about the return on investment is preventing progressive digitization and automation at two-thirds of all companies. Supply chain planning is on the agenda, but operationally there are many gaps.
And then make a second plan, they both don't work! At least that's how Bertolt Brecht sees it in the Threepenny Opera. But with IBP, SAP Integrated Business Planning for Supply Chain, production and supply chain planning should succeed.
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The sustainability of supply chains is becoming increasingly important. At the beginning of this year, the "Act on Corporate Due Diligence in Supply Chains", or Supply Chain Act (LkSG), came into force in Germany.
Only nine percent of suppliers are fully automated in B2B trade. However, many suppliers are aware of the importance of automation.
Shortage of skilled workers, optimization of machine utilization, new reporting requirements are perennial topics.
Work on SAP Basis is crucial for successful S/4 conversion. This gives the so-called Competence Center strategic importance among SAP's existing customers. Regardless of the operating model of an S/4 Hana, topics such as automation, monitoring, security, application lifecycle management, and data management are the basis for the operative S/4 operation. For the second time already, E3 Magazine is hosting a summit in Salzburg for the SAP community to get comprehensive information on all aspects of S/4 Hana groundwork. With an exhibition, expert presentations, and plenty to talk about, we again expect numerous existing customers, partners, and experts in Salzburg.
E3 Magazine invites you to learn and exchange ideas on June 5 and 6, 2024 in Salzburg. The Summit participation fee is Euro 590 excl. VAT. Until Friday, March 29, 2024, the Early Bird rate of Euro 440 excl.
The Steampunk and BTP Summit 2024 will take place on Wednesday and Thursday, February 28 and 29, 2024, at the Hilton Heidelberg Hotel, Kurfürstenanlage 1. The organizer is the E3 magazine of the publisher B4Bmedia.net AG. The presentations will be accompanied by an exhibition of selected SAP partners. The participation fee for the two-day summit is Euro 590 excl. VAT. Until Thursday, November 30, 2023, there is an Early Bird rate of Euro 440 excl. VAT. The fee includes attendance at all presentations, the exhibition area, participation in the evening event, and catering during the official program. The lecture program and the list of exhibitors and sponsors (SAP partners) will be published on this website in due time.