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introduction to the topic
SAP customers looking to improve their Sales & Operations Planning (S&OP) efficiency have a host of new technologies to choose from. Understanding which of those technologies can bring value to your organization can be a bigger task than most organizations may expect.
In this webinar, experts will review how S&OP has evolved over the past decade and provide SAP customers with some simple reference models on evaluating their S&OP maturity level. Presenters will discuss how big data, mobility, social media and other technologies are enabling Integrated Business Planning (IBP) and other market-driven S&OP trends. You will also learn how new supply chain technology from SAP addresses the pain points of supply chain teams.
Attend this webinar to learn:
- Key market trends impacting S&OP
- How social media impacts the way companies run S&OP
- Opportunities in the S&OP space to leverage Big Data technologies
- How SAP’s new supply chain offering impacts your APO landscape
About the speakers
Solution Lead, SCM Practice
Sylvain Faure has over 15 years of experience focused on the supply chain field. Sylvain possesses both business strategy breadth and tactical depth to successfully execute a multi-faceted supply chain vision. Sylvain has led numerous supply chain transformation initiatives in a wide range of industries including Aerospace & Defense, Chemicals, Consumer Products, Manufacturing and Wholesale Distribution.
Sylvain has deep SAP solution expertise around Supply Chain Management with multiple full life cycle implementations of SAP SCM application suite. He is APICS Certified (CPIM) and regular speaker at industry leading conferences: SAP Insiders, IBF.
SCM/PLM Capability Lead,
David Green, SCM Capability Lead, is an experienced Business Transformation Leader, with fifteen years SAP and Business Consulting Experience. He leads a 100+ Supply Chain Management /Product Lifecycle Management Practice, growing at 30% PA. David has worked in many industry verticals including Aerospace and Defence, High Tech Manufacturing, Chemicals, Utilities and Professional Services