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SAP and Supply Chain 2.0

Are you facing global competition through rapid innovation of products and tremendous pricing pressures? Have globalization, product lifecycles and increased demand variability altered supply chain management in fundamental ways where the only constant factor is change? SAP based supply chain solutions can make your supply chain adapt and respond to constant changes.

Statistical forecasting accurately estimates customer demand by providing high-end statistical capabilities. A responsive and flexible production schedule for a demand-driven business model using PP/DS, statistical forecasting enables you to sense and respond to demand variability by keeping your production schedule flexible and accounting for capacity and material constraints.

Learn how planning in the context of Multi-Level vendors can balance the cost of making a supply chain responsive. Find out how you can integrate suppliers in various phases (sourcing, design, development, procurement) of the procurement lifecycle to create a demand-driven culture and build a responsive and agile supply chain.

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About the Experts Srinivas Krishnamoorthy,Supply Chain Planning Consultant, SCM Practice, Infosys Tech. Ltd

Srinivas Krishnamoorthy

Supply Chain Planning Consultant, SCM Practice, Infosys Tech. Ltd.

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Dinesh Vandayar, Principal Consultant, SCM Practice, Infosys Tech. Ltd
Dinesh Vandayar

Principal Consultant, SCM Practice, Infosys Tech. Ltd.

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Atul Chorbele, Sourcing and Procurement Consultant, SCM Practice, Infosys Tech. Ltd
Atul Chorbele

Sourcing and Procurement Consultant, SCM Practice, Infosys Tech. Ltd.

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