Check out the latest SAP SCM rapid-deployment solution offerings. They can help you to jump start and extend your business to world class supply chain execution and to leverage a demand driven supply network.
Supporting Integrated Business Planning:
SAP Demand and Supply Network Planning rapid-deployment solution V3.703 (Upgrade & Merge) – Implement in as little as 12 weeks
Gain the option to leverage both advanced forecasting and sophisticated cross-location planning functions to manage your demand and supply plan efficiently. The solution can be adapted flexibly and is based on three components:
Demand planning function of the SAP Advanced Planning and Optimization (SAP APO) component to increase the forecast accuracy and feasibility of the demand plan
Supply network planning of SAP APO for cross-location planning of the entire supply network based on either optimizer or heuristic and deployment
SAP Supply Chain Info Center analytic application powered by SAP HANA to provide fast, comprehensive, and intuitive evaluations for decision makers
What's new with V3.703?
Combines SAP Demand Planning and SAP Supply Network Planning rapid-deployment solutions functions in one integrated package, still offering every scope item as "optional"
Better integrates SAP APO's demand planning and supply network planning functions (in both directions, with regard to functions, and with regard to system data)
SNP includes deployment
New Supply Chain Info Center powered by SAP HANA (optional) replaces analytics based on SAP BusinessObjects business intelligence solutions
Runs now on enhancement package 3 for the SAP Supply Chain Management (SAP SCM) application, release 7.0
Supports the technical deployment of SAP SCM, either on a classical database or the SAP HANA database
SAP Extended Warehouse Management rapid-deployment solution V5.91 (Upgrade) – Set up an SAP ECC-integrated sandbox in as little as 3 weeks
Quickly configure our best-in-class warehouse management system to perform your warehousing operations, based on a modular warehouse concept. It contains a narrow-aisle high rack, a mezzanine, a high rack with pick point and a bulk storage area, all of which support the following processes: Inbound from Vendor to Narrow Aisle Storage / Mezzanine, Inbound from Vendor to High Rack (with Bin Sectioning), Inbound from Vendor to Bulk Storage, Inbound of Batch-Managed Products from Vendor, Initial Stock Upload, Replenishment, Physical inventory, Cycle counting, Scrapping, Outbound to Customer from Narrow Aisle Storage / Mezzanine, Outbound to Customer from High Rack (with Pick Point), Outbound to Customer from Bulk Storage, Outbound of Batch-Managed Products to Customer and Customer Return with Quality Inspection.All processes are integrated in a predefined structure and common master data.