Supply Chain Management

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.

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.

SIG meetings are held a few per year and are often hosted by member companies at their own premises. Meetings are attended by a mix of supply chain practitioners and SAP support and implementation experts from industry.

Meetings include a diverse and lively range of presentations ranging from current or upcoming developments in SCM, case studies of systems implementations, use of SAP functionality and partner products presented by user group members, SAP themselves, partner or independent systems vendors or implementation partners.

Each meeting has a formal agenda but also offers an opportunity to network informally with SCM experts from many other SAP user organisations where answers to your own problems may be forthcoming.

What topics does your SIG cover?

The SIG covers the entire supply chain … S&OP, forecasting, inventory optimisation, planning & scheduling, sales order processing, procurement, receipt of goods from suppliers, manufacturing, sub-contracting, warehousing and storage, and despatches to customers … and anything SAP related to these business processes.

Who attends your SIG?

This SIG brings together supply chain practitioners and SAP experts from the service, industrial and IT sectors to discuss trends, developments & issues along the entire supply chain.

Why attend a SIG?

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Customer Connection Program is directed at incrementally enhancing and improving the products and solutions you are using today.

We collect and submit improvement requests in jointly defined Focus Topics, which are typically delivered through support notes or support packages.

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