How Will SAP Help For Today’s Supply Chain?

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March 22 , 2016 | Posted by stellium | No Comments

How Will SAP Help For Today’s Supply Chain?

Supply chain in the 21st century is no longer the same as it was. Everyone involved in supply chain has to face the challenges of rising customer expectations, increasingly complex supply networks, and having to achieve quicker than ever response rates. Globalization pushes companies to be agile enough to be able to operate across an extremely volatile global supply network. 

As Sylvain Faure said in the SAP Blog, “an increasing demand for customized products, ever-higher volumes of structured and unstructured data, and growing complexity of the global supply chain are pressuring companies to transform traditional supply chains into an extended supply and demand network that includes a wide range of stakeholders and is immediately responsive to a continually fluctuating market.” To achieve his level of progress in supply chain, more and more companies have made the decision to utilize SAP Integrated Business Planning. 

The current SAP landscape is heavily focused on cloud-based computing and is making motions to become better prepared for a high demand-driven management. CIOs are facing issues of simplifying IT, reducing total cost of ownership, capitalizing on the growth of data, and maximizing ROI from IT investments. Stellium has been fortunate enough to assist with multiple projects and help support business leaders with various tasks and aid in directing its clients toward developing innovative and agile new approaches. 

Stellium offers products based on SAP Extended Warehouse Management (EWM), such as warehouse performance management 360 WPM and mLWM. These products provide descriptive, predictive, and prescriptive analytics along with mobility solutions. As a straight add-on to the SAP Supply Chain Management (SCM-EWM) solution, mLWM is platform-agnostic and helps dramatically improve the speed of warehouse operations. WPM360 is built to measure, monitor and manage multi-level metrics across major warehouse performance attributes to achieve key business objectives. 

To find out more about how Stellium could help you, please visit Stellium’s website: http://www.stelliuminc.com/ 

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