SSupply Chain Management (SCM) provides extensive functionality for logistics, manufacturing, planning, and analytics. Take advantage of a training curriculum that can help you drive maximum value from your investment. You can optimize your supply chain for months in advance; streamline processes such as supply network, demand, and material requirement planning; create detailed scheduling; refine production integration, and maximize transportation scheduling. As a result, you'll be able to get your products to market quickly – and cost-effectively.
Concept and Objectives • What do we mean by Supply Chain Management? • Logistics through the ages. • Different views on the supply chain. • What is new within about Supply Chain. • Defining the position of Supply Chain Management. • Supply Chain Management: A vision. • Elements of Supply Chain Management. • Objectives and Opportunities. • Objectives. • Opportunities. Systems and Architectures • IT-Based Approaches. • Principles of ERP. • Supply Chain Planning Tools. • Customer Relationship Management. • System architectures. • Internet Basics. • Applications. • SCM Tools offered by SAP. • Sales Force Automation (SFA). • Business Information Warehouse (BW). • Advanced Planning and Optimization (APO). • APO in Business Processes. • Demand planning. • Supply Network Planning and PP-DS. • Supply Chain Cockpit. Supply Chain Projects • Industries and Supply Chain Management. • Perspectives. • Methodical Approaches. • Procedures. • Performance Measurement. • Benchmarking. • Specific Industries. • Hi-Tech and Electronics. • Automotive Industry. • Consumer Goods and Commerce. • Logistics Services. • SCM - a Case History of Success.