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Our innovative blog & video series on making the most out of your supply chain includes SAP IBP release reviews, S&OP tutorials, thoughts on supply chain technology, and more.
SCM Connections experts explore the latest trends and topics in supply chain, featuring conversations with supply chain industry leaders and the challenges they face today.
Demand planning can be a challenging process for companies with complex product hierarchies that have numerous product groups, product families, and stock keeping units. To further complicate the issue, demand planning often involves forecasting for different customer channels and individual customers within those channels.
Watch: SCM Connections’ Five Minute Feature video on Optimizer Constraints The optimizer in SAP IBP can be a very powerful tool for supply planning, but it’s easy to get frustrated with it at first. For one, the optimizer is rigid in terms of
The mention of the word ‘recruiting’ evokes a wide range of emotions for the prospective intern or job seeker. It is an exciting time- you are on the brink of the beginning of your career and the possibilities seem endless. However, it is also
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
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