Harness the power of automation and real-time data to transform decision making and demand planning
In a recent study, the Capgemini Research Institute found that 77 percent of organizations recognize the need for change and are accelerating investments in supply-chain sustainability over the next three years. The research indicates that more than 80 percent of organizations have reported their supply chains being negatively impacted by the pandemic, with a vast majority struggling across all aspects of their operations. It has also forced organizations to prioritize resilience, with two-thirds stating their supply-chain strategy will need to change significantly to adapt to the new normal.
There is growing awareness that supply chains and GSNs (Global Supply Networks) need to be more flexible and agile so they can react and adapt quickly to any potential future disruption. All of this is leading to greater investment in the supply chain towards improving resilience, specifically in technologies that make supply chains more autonomous and intelligent.
Case Study: Ingevity
Session 2: Creating Ingevity’s supply-chain transformation roadmap and delivering immediate business value with SAP IBP for Demand.
Join Kelli Lyman, Business Systems Analyst at Ingevity, a global leader in specialty chemicals manufacturing, as she shares leading practices for creating a future-proof supply-chain vision and roadmap for Ingevity using SAP IBP and how it worked with Capgemini to make the vision real. Kelli will walk through Ingevity’s supply-chain transformation journey as part of its SAP S/4HANA strategy while leveraging Capgemini’s Intelligent ChemPath solution, and sharing her insights and lessons learned. REGISTER NOW
Attend Session 3: Amicus Utilizes Demand-driven IBP S&OP Processes and Innovates with Shelf-life Planning, Tuesday June 15 | 2:00 PM EDT — Register here
If you missed Session 1, Successful Supply Planning and Process Transformation Strategies Leveraging SAP IBP, featuring Cognex, you can still view it on-demand here