The 2018 SAP-Centric Supply Chain conference hosted the largest crowd yet with nearly 600 asset management and supply chain professionals. Attendees represented numerous industries across North America and beyond with the common goal of gaining innovative strategies for supply chain, materials, logistics, procurement and inventory management in today’s complex business landscape.
When it comes to implementing new technology or leveraging your existing model, managing organizational change and expectations is often the most complex challenge every organization is faced with. Your technology is only as good as the users behind it, so how do you engage and motivate your employees to drive adoption and sustainability? Hear how these organizations conquered complex technology and process changes by leveraging their most important resource: their people.
Win your way to SAP-Centric Supply Chain! The 2018 conference already has hundreds of materials, logistics, inventory and procurement professionals registered to attend in Austin, Texas this March, enter now to join them. The second annual event will be co-located with the 14th annual SAP-Centric EAM conference, one ticket gets you access to both events at no additional cost.
The more you enter, the higher the chances of winning! Contest ends January 19th.
Effective materials, logistics, procurement and inventory management is a pre-requisite to effective asset management. Whether your asset team wants to build an asset, dispose of it, service it, or repair it, your supply chain team must be engaged and involved throughout the process. The better both sides of the business understand each other’s needs, the better the outcome. Which is why for the second year, the SAP-Centric Supply Chain conference (formerly SAP-Centric Materials & Logistics) is co-located with SAP-Centric EAM. Two events in one mean double the content, double the experts and double the networking.
Ryan Wilhelmsen – Staff Facilities Engineer, Anadarko Petroleum
Manuel Cavazos – SAP EAM Administrator, Anadarko Petroleum
Is your SAP PM team trying to juggle site identification in a variety of methods and applications?
Suresh Sundaram – Solution Architect, Procurement, The Coca-Cola Company
While SAP has a number of offerings in their procurement portfolio, it can be difficult to understand how they stack up and complement each other. Suresh Sundaram, Solution Architect of Procurement at The Coca-Cola Company and seasoned SAP SRM and procurement implementation leader, shares successful case studies of businesses who have integrated Ariba P2P and other products with SAP ECC, S/4 HANA and SAP SRM. View this webcast to hear tips and tricks for identifying the right P2P system that can drive success at your organization.