Supply Chain Management SIG

Tuesday 23rd September 2014 - 9:30am - 9:30am

Curzon Street,

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This event will be on Production Planning.

Chris Axton from Eli Lilly and Co Ltd will present SAP APO  PPDS (Production Planning and Detailed Scheduling). Chris to describe the use of PPDS in planning the production of complex large molecule pharmaceutical products. This will include multi-level heuristics through 12 or more bom levels through pegging relationships and the organisation of production runs into campaigns.

Richard Symes from Scapa, the SCM SIG chair, will present on their Bottom to top BOM level available to promise running on SAP ERP. Richard will describe the use of multiple BOM level ATP, including inter-company supply chains, on ERP to provide sufficiently accurate confirmed delivery dates with service levels of ~95%.  The production planning process strives to meet dates requested by customers, drives continual improvement in master & dynamic data and reduces conflict & noise.

James Rickard from Atos will present The Future of Production Planning with SAP. Benefit from Atos’s extensive experience in manufacturing where we have helped our customers to realize the maximizing possible utilization of their existing assets and systems throughout their supply chain by using SAP’s Production Planning tools in innovative ways.

Understand how to create a roadmap to maximize the utilization of your production assets and systems.  Insight into how to do this in a manner that is led by business process excellence and end user buy-in.

Gain an insight into SAP’s new and improved tools in this space and how they can be built into your IT strategy in order to further streamline your business costs.

Phil Gwynne from SAP will present on SAP’s supply chain planning solutions.

About the SCM SIG

The SIG spans the design, planning, execution, control, and monitoring of the movement and storage of raw materials, work-in-process inventory, and finished goods from point of origin to point of consumption.

Hear what past attendees said!

''Good experience sharing - networking time is valuable time''

"Excellent to talk to people who have already been through the process we are starting, learning from their experience saves time and money for my business."

"Always a 'nugget' of useful information gleaned. Always a 'contact' for future reference gained."

Event Location

Birmingham City University, Millennium Point, Curzon Street, Birmingham, B4 7XG

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