This event is kindly being sponsored by Winshuttle.
Craig Dale from the SAP User Group will deliver a 2010 Conference Update.
Evan Schulz from Winshuttle will deliver A Case Study on Pitney Bowes use of Winshuttle: Improving logistics and fulfilment data quality, reducing costs and complexity,while improving customer service levels. According to ASL Report (CSCMP 2008) - logistics costs are now more than 10% of gross domestic product. This is compounded by a logistics and fulfilment environment that is more complex than ever with transportation carriers, ports of call, and warehouses – both owned and contracted – spanning the globe. Pitney Bowes provides more than two million companies with productivity solutions such as location intelligence, marketing services and eco-wise mail while continuing to focus on improving their bottom-line results by streamlining their supply chain and more specifically, materials management data and processes in more meaningful ways. During this presentation, learn how Pitney Bowes has proce ssed through a number of country implementations of SAP Materials Management, employing critical processes to standardize data definitions, data maintenance and quality standards for over 390,000 material master records. At this presentation you will learn how Winshuttle’s Excel-based solutions for SAP Supply Chain Management improve logistics and fulfilment data quality resulting in reduced costs and complexity while improving customer service levels at Pitney Bowes.
Ian Scott from SAP will present What did Enhancement Packs ever do for us? Enhancement Pack 5 for ERP and EhP1 for Supply Chain Management will start to become available in mid-April. This session will look at the SCM-relevant content of these Enhancement packs and discuss the benefits they can generate.
They will be a Problem Corner where you can bring your thoughts, problems or questions for discussion with the group.
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