Supply Chain Management

Managing your Design to Operate process lifecycle has never been more challenging, as customer demand patters and supply networks are constantly in flux making it more difficult to coordinate planning, production, and logistics.  Content in this group of categories will help customers understand what it takes to create nimble, flexible, product design and development, planning, production, and logistics. We’ll cover core solutions with SAP ECC and SAP S/4HANA as well as cloud based, planning, manufacturing and procurement solutions. You will learn from both thought leadership as well as case studies and best practices to get the most out of your investment in both SAP and non-SAP solutions


  1. Manage Material Requirements Planning Exception Messages in SAP

    By Venkata Ramana Nethi, CSCP, CPIM

  2. Industry 4.0 – The Journey to the Future of Productivity


  1. apexanalytix

    Manufacturing companies are often overwhelmed by the breadth of Industry 4.0 technologies and are not quite sure where to begin their digital transformations. Learn how to assess product bottlenecks and inefficiencies and how to build incrementally on end-to-end processes such as design to operate. Because unique customer demands heavily affect product design and manufacturing, manufacturers…
  2. cbs-Consulting

    cbs Corporate Business Solutions is a global SAP consulting company specialized in complex transformation projects like Carve-Outs, Post merger integrations, move to SAP S/4HANA, and global SAP rollouts. A global leader in SAP data migration and founding member of the Selective Data Transition Engagement group, cbs is the only SAP partner with an end-to-end portfolio that delivers both technical and functional consulting expertise, combined with proven transformation software allowing us to deliver such projects out of one hand. Our consultants across 20 locations worldwide design, optimize and manage digital business processes for mid-sized industrial corporations, hidden champions, and large enterprises.

  3. Achieving Operations Agility in Life Science

    The pandemic has created the need to put patients’ care at the center of your company and intensified the need for supply chain visibility. Organizations need to know how patients are responding to treatments. Organizations also need to build resilient supply chain with end-to-end visibility that can adjust at a moment’s notice.   View this webinar to:   Understand…
  4. Dassian

    Dassian is a strategic SAP, Microsoft, and global system integrator partner delivering ERP-based, standardized contract management, managerial accounting, program management, and material accounting and logistics solutions for highly regulated and project-centric industries.

  5. Global Production planning with network inventory balancing and Improved Visibility Leveraging IBP

    One of the key supply chain challenges for food & beverages companies is the limited shelf life of their products. The perishable nature of their products makes the need for inventory optimization much more prominent since unlike other industries, excess inventory means food & beverages companies incur costs beyond just the holding cost of inventory.…
  6. New Solutions for Real-Time Inventory Replenishment Amid Covid-19 Disruption

    How does a responsive supply chain dynamically flex itself to avoid business disruption?  How to ensure that customer satisfaction and experience is safe guarded from a stock-out situations? These are questions being asked across all industries in the wake of a global pandemic and its impact on the global supply chain.  A more agile and…
  7. Leverage SAP S/4HANA – PPDS Block Planning Functionality to Optimize Production Schedule Considering High Priority Customer Anticipated Demand

    As supply chains evolve in complexity, manufacturing processes are becoming more complex as well. Evolving customer demands, proliferating SKU portfolios, increasing product design complexities, and the need to reduce manufacturing cycle time, are all adding to the complexities in the manufacturing world. A typical plant today manufactures a wide gamut of products, sometimes leveraging the…