Agriculture commodities follow a complex supply chain and are influenced by global demand and inventory levels along with local weather, harvest conditions, and freight availability. The commodities are traded, hedged, stored, and speculated in most of the world. The commodity therefore transacts through multiple entities before it is ultimately consumed by processing units for end-customer use. Learn how to integrate SAP Trader's and Scheduler's Workbench and SAP Transportation Management to provide much-needed agility to deal with market dynamics and changing contractual positions.
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Rajat Agrawal is a platinum consultant at SAP America. He has extensive experience in oil & gas and agriculture industry solution portfolio. Rajat has worked very closely on commodity management & risk analytics leveraging SAP HANA, which is one of SAP’s current strategic investments.Rajat has knowledge of various SAP modules and business processes spanning CPG, chemical and oil field services industry along with SAP IS Oil and Agricultural Contract Management solution. Rajat has 18 years of SAP experience which includes co-innovation with customer, greenfield, upgrade and business transformation projects in US, Europe and India largely on fortune 100 companies.