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The 1905 release of SAP IBP has some amazing new features such as Driver-Based Planning and DDMRP (you can see Jim Kehler’s full list of favorites here). We always hope these updates come in as smoothly as possible, but sometimes things don’t always go
The sales & operations in Pharma industry has always been a challenge due to the multitude of packaging, dosage and presentation forms for the same drug. For example, a common fever medicine Acetomenaphin is sold in different dosages – 10mg, 20 mg, 40 mg
There’s a lot to see in the latest release of SAP Integrated Business Planning (IBP) 1905. Here’s my comprehensive breakdown on the biggest changes and what they can do for your organization: 1) DDMRP – all phases. The last steps of Demand Driven Replenishment
DDMRP (Demand Driven Material Requirements Planning) is a new offering from SAP available in S4/Hana and IBP (Integrated Business Planning). I’m not going to do a deep dive on DDMRP, but I do hope to provide enough insight for you to determine if
Keeping track of emails, voicemails, and in-person conversations can be difficult when it comes to supply chain planning. It’s easy to forget why a forecast was updated, or why a purchase order date was changed. That’s where IBP comes into play. Planning notes in
The 2019 Sapphire Now + ASUG Annual Conference is upon us! This is SCM Connections‘ sixth visit to the conference and we’ve compiled tips from our SCM conference experts to help make the most of your time at Sapphire. Check out our blogs below,