SAP has the capability to run repetitive and discrete manufacturing processes. In addition, it has the ability to help you decide what planning strategy best suits your business, whether it is make to order, make to stock, assemble to order, or a myriad of variations of these strategies. Learn powerful techniques to improve production capacity planning by at least 10% and, in doing so, increase throughput time. This webcast will show you how to fully exploit your SAP technology.

  • Decipher the options between process, repetitive, and discrete manufacturing decisions
  • Establish the best manufacturing strategy and set the rules to automatically dispatch and sequence a variety of products and strategies onto a production line
  • Ensure production activities are aligned with capacity constraints, customer service demands, and raw material supply
  • Establish dependable and stable finite schedules and shop floor accuracy

Key takeaways:

  • Manufacturing flows available in SAP
  • Key differences in the repetitive and discrete environments
  • Connecting with the strategic focus of the business
  • Planning strategies within the integrated supply chain 
  • Foundational dynamics for capacity planning and scheduling
  • Governance process to protect supply chain performance

Speaker

  • Martin Rowan, Managing Partner, Reveal