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05 Sep 37 Bright Ideas for Complex Supply Chains (and counting!)

(By Mike Raftery and Megan Brimmer)

This week we unveiled our new website, which our moms are pretty excited about. It’s the same great content you’ve come to know, but with an updated look and easier access to great blogs, resources and SCM Connections events. You can read up on everything from Considering Shelf Life While Planning Supply in SAP SCM and Forecast Consumption Case Studies to musings on Why You Should or Shouldn’t Become a Consultant. Plus it has cool graphics, and possibly cats licking ice cream! Take a look and tell us what you think.

If you haven’t already, you can also sign up for an upcoming webinar or watch an on-demand recording. We’ve got a great schedule lined up this fall, and even more great content on its way in 2015. And if you’re working through something, or thinking about getting into a part of SAP’s SCM APO module that you haven’t spent much time with before, feel free to reach out us. As a team of self-professed supply chain geeks, that’s what we’re here for.

Let’s face it: supply chains are complicated. No matter what your role is within your company, it’s nice to have a hub of great info and beautiful people you can rely on who have been in your shoes before and can give you feedback and actual answers you’re looking for. So if there’s anything we can help you with, or you just want to get a drink and talk supply chain strategies when we’re in a city near you, let us know. If there’s anything we love more than beer, game theory and Game of Thrones, it’s strategizing through and finding solutions for complex supply chains (beer usually goes with all of these)…

And come say hi!  In October, we’re presenting at the ASUG Community Focus Event in October in Princeton, and at the SAPInsider SCM event in Singapore. 

As always, thanks for reading, and feel free to send us your feedback via Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn or G+. We’re always here.

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