Many companies still run in departmental silos, which in turn leads to functional silos in all aspects of the supply chain, from design, plan, manufacture, deliver to operate . This results in a need for a connected supply chain, from the design of new smarter products through manufacturing and delivery and ultimately, through the full lifecycle of the product in the field. This doesn’t just apply across departments within an organization, it also applies to the ecosystem of customers, suppliers, contract manufacturers, logistics service providers, and other partners. The only way to address these challenges is to build an end-to-end digital supply chain, from design and planning to manufacturing, logistics, and operations. To achieve a digital supply chain, you need to “connect digitally to perfect reality”.
In this course, you’ll learn what the vision of the Intelligent Enterprise means and how important the intelligent digital supply chain is for transforming this vision into reality. We’ll also give you an insight into the complete portfolio of SAP’s supply chain solutions, and how each of them supports you to digitally connect your entire supply chain, to deliver at your best today while you adapt and continuously improve to reshape how you deliver tomorrow, and to eventually perfect reality.
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The course content requires a basic understanding of supply chain, manufacturing, research and development, and asset management.
This course was held from Apr 10, 2019 through May 09, 2019.
8908 learners were enrolled on day 1 of the course.
When the final exam ended, this number had increased to 11673.
16625 learners enrolled.
This course was rated with 4.19 stars in average from 1426 votes.
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Hala Zeine is the President of Digital Supply Chain and is responsible for running a global Line of Business (LoB), comprising of development and go-to-market for SAP.
This team provides innovative Digital Supply Chain and Manufacturing solutions, including co-innovation, product design and go-to-market for all products within the LoB including manufacturing, logistics, start-up programs and an eco-system of partners.
Ruediger Kreuzholz is a Solution Expert for Product Compliance and PLM for Process Industries.
Ruediger has been working in Documentation, Product- and Solution Management at SAP for 20 years. Currently Ruediger works in solution management at SAP’s headquarter in Walldorf and is responsible worldwide for SAP’s solutions for product compliance and PLM for process industries.
Mark's background experience covers mechanical and electrical product development from concept to release, discrete manufacturing, product lifecycle management, and information technologies.
Over his career, he has held various positions as product engineer, CAD Manager, IT Manager, Services Director and Partner Director. At SAP, Mark brings his professional experience together to work with our customers and developers in the SAP PLM Solution Management group.
Renato is a Solution Manager for SAP R&D/Engineering solutions and is responsible for the definition, strategy and roll-out of SAP's Enterprise Portfolio and Project Management (EPPM) solution.
He works with development teams, consulting, and field organizations to ensure market readiness of the solution and supports pre-sales and account teams in strategic customer meetings.
Tod Stenger is currently a Senior Director, Solution Management for Digital Supply Chain focusing on demand planning topics.
He has over 20 years at SAP working on Supply Chain Planning topics including consulting, product management and solution management.
Mike Lackey is Global Vice President of Solution Management, Digital Manufacturing SAP.
Mike has a unique set of knowledge that covers both manufacturing software and design collaboration along with over 30 years of experience in the manufacturing sector. Early in his career, he started as a manufacturing engineer with DCA/Attachmate, which provided him with invaluable first-hand knowledge and understanding of how SAP customers can use SAP’s Digital Manufacturing Solution Portfolio to improve their global operations.
Markus Rosemann is Global Vice President for Digital Logistics and Order Fulfillment at SAP SE, based in Walldorf, Germany.
Markus is responsible for the global solution strategy and got-to-market of SAP’s logistics solutions, an important building block of SAP’s Digital Supply Chain solutions. He works with customers, thought leaders and partners on building solutions for the line of business logistics, covering transportation, warehousing, and the logistics network including track & trace.
Patrick Crampton-Thomas is VP Digital Products and Asset Management in SAP’s Solution Management Organisation, working closely with SAP customers in asset and product intensive industries.
Patrick joined SAP in 2005, since then he has held a number of regional and global roles responsible for Supply Chain, R&D, Procurement and Asset Management including Solution Management, Business Development and Sales.