Dedham, Massachusetts, June 15, 2017 – SAPinsider announced today that sessions are posted for Logistics & SCM, PLM, Manufacturing, and Procurement 2017 and IoT 2017, October 24-26 in Copenhagen.
Amy Thistle, Logistics & SCM, PLM, Manufacturing, and Procurement 2017 and IoT 2017 Conference Producer, is excited about this year’s event, saying, “This is truly a one-of-a-kind event you can’t miss! This is the only SAP® SCM-focused educational conference that brings together core disciplines of the extended supply chain, top technologists from SAP, independent consulting firms, and leading global organizations under one roof to help you reduce your operational costs, develop time-saving SCM practices, fortify your SAP technology landscape, and transform your extended supply chain network into a competitive powerhouse. You will obtain unrivaled education and the latest information on SAP S/4HANA®, SAP Leonardo, SAP Integrated Business Planning, SAP EWM, SAP Transportation Management, SAP PLM, SAP Ariba, and so much more!”
Topics covered include:
- Supply chain strategy and design
Road maps, decision points, and migration strategies to optimize your supply chain
Best practices to improve forecast accuracy, response times, transparency, and organizational alignment
- Supply and production planning
Steps and strategies to help you balance supply and production planning activities for optimal performance and ROI
- Warehouse and inventory management
Proven techniques and customer testimonials to help lower costs, optimize inventory management, and provide greater visibility to maximize warehouse efficiency
- Transportation management, logistics, and order fulfillment
Real-world examples, live demos, and lessons learned to help you move goods efficiently and globally to meet changing customer demands
- Product Lifecycle Management
Expert know-how and leading practices to accelerate and streamline the design, development, and delivery of new products to market
- Manufacturing operations and execution
Tips and strategies to leverage cutting-edge innovation to unlock the full potential of your plant, equipment, and production facilities
- Procurement and supplier management
Recommendations to simplify end-to-end procurement processes and increase cost savings, both on premise and in the cloud
Use cases and key considerations to help you derive and illustrate real business value from your IoT initiatives
Best practices and key considerations to implement, integrate, and harness SAP HANA® to enhance operations and optimize extended supply chain processes
Logistics & SCM, PLM, Manufacturing, Procurement 2017, and IoT 2017 is an annual collaboration of SAP and SAPinsider, and is the definitive conference for organizations using SAP solutions to drive operational excellence across the extended supply chain. This event is co-located with Managing Your SAP Projects 2017. Registration for 1 event provides access to sessions across both events at no additional cost.
For more information and to register, please visit www.scm2017.com.
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