Do you find shortcomings in the stock SAP Business One available-to-promise (ATP) functionality? Learn how DRI DUCK Traders, driduck.com, has enhanced its ATP algorithm. As a wholesale apparel company, it is balancing the complexities of a vibrant distributor network. Plus, the company has grown into the direct-to-consumer (D2C) model. This tension of B2B and D2C customers has challenged the company to adjust ATP and then utilize this algorithm across multiple digital platforms.
- Joe Leimer, Senior Director of Technology, Design Resources Inc.
- Niki Sommerfeld, Software Engineer, Design Resources Inc.
- Adjust the Available to Promise (ATP) calculation to fit your business rules.
- Display inventory availability for both B2B partners and D2C customers.
- Highlight some lessoned learned in adjusting the ATP algorithm.
- Technical Associates (those looking to learn how to use products efficiently and effectively)
- Managers (those tasked with driving operational efficiency and organizational initiatives)
DRI DUCK Traders Overview: 4:00
Challenges with the SAP Native ATP Calculation: 11:00
Extra Credit: 25:00
Return On Investment: 28:00
- Joe Leimer, Senior Director of Technology, Design Resources Inc. (DRI)
- Niki Sommerfeld, Software Engineer, Design Resources Inc and it’s affiliated companies