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COVID-19
Anthony Campbell

How I Found Composure in a Quarantined World

Embrace the Difficulties to Find Your Groove The era of a Quarantine lifestyle has certainly been straining on all of us. We all know the rules by now: stay home if you can, avoid personal contact, cover your face in public, and so on. 

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COVID-19
Kristi Naidech

3 Ways to Bring Your Supply Chain Home During Quarantine

Avoid Household Shortages with these Simple Tips Here at SCM Connections, we’ve devoted some pretty significant airtime on the challenges facing our business during quarantine, to manufacturing supply chains, and to supporting our industry colleagues.  Demand planners?  We’ve done webinars on how to deal

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New Release
Ajay Agrawal

Top 5 New Features of SAP IBP 2005

With the latest release of SAP IBP 2005 (Integrated Business Planning) deploying for customers soon, it’s time once again for a quarterly peek behind the curtain of IBP. The 2005 Release includes some great stability enhancements dealing with integrity checks for configuration, performance improvements and

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Shayn Kail

Satisfy Customer Demand with Component Substitution in SAP IBP

Improve Your Supply Chain Stability Having the necessary components in stock for producing finished goods is a critical factor for a stable supply chain.  Component availability can be challenging for companies that produce a large variety of products with many different components. This is

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