SAP Digital Supply Chain Live
As advanced economies emerge from lockdowns, organisations plan their recovery and the switch to clean energy gathers ever more pace, there has never been a more important time to build the foundations for the next generation supply chain, powered by digital innovation.
SAP Digital Supply Chain Live is your opportunity to address the challenges, steps and strategies as you plan for a resilient, sustainable and future-proofed recovery.
Moving to E2E Supply Chain Management with IBP Coordination
Many leaders are taking steps to increase transparency through an integrated view of the future, plan for potential scenarios, and establish the appropriate shock absorbers to reduce the impact of future black swan events, while at the same time mitigating the cost impact of the disruption and related performance. As we look beyond COVID-19, there are several factors driving organisations to review their end to end supply chains, in an effort to stay on the front foot and connect with the end consumer. Join Les' talk to learn how to move to E2E Supply Chain Management with IBP coordination.
- How to drive E2E supply chain transformation with IBP
- How does IBP enhance E2E business performance to significantly improve customer service, financial performance, and business growth
- How does Integrated Business Planning help to manage uncertainty
- What are the benefits of E2E supply chain visibility and what is preventing it?
An Oliver Wight Partner for more than a decade, Les is now CEO of Oliver Wight EAME – an integral part of the company and its operations. Working with a diverse client base, from Automotive through to FMCG, Les has established a track record for delivering high performance business improvement.
His work with some of the world’s leading organisations in Supply Chain Optimization and Integrated Business Planning makes him well versed to tackle any size and any scale of improvement programme. Les currently works with the leadership teams of General Mills, Nestlé, Yildiz Holdings (Ulker), Molson Coors, Grundfoss, Cummins Inc, Bunge and Pepsi, delivering sustainable change through Oliver Wight’s proven path methodologies.