Join Reveal at SAP-Centric EAM 2019, if you are hungry to learn the latest SAP solutions for effectively managing materials and logistics along with organizations and professionals using SAP to manage materials, inventory, procurement, and logistics.
Pre-Conference Workshop-3/17/19 with Martin Rowan, David Carroll and Sean Elliffe
“Are you mature enough for S/4? Greenfield or Brownfield-A business discussion on how to make the right investment decision”- Martin Rowan, Senior Partner at Reveal and Sean Elliffe, Senior Partner at Reveal
Organizations running SAP are thinking about or planning to move to S/4 is the “a constant debate”. The workshop will explore how to establish your business maturity for the digital change, how to adjust and prepare for it and ultimately decide whether Greenfield or Brownfield is best for your organization. You will learn what your organization can do now to prepare for S/4 by optimizing the business processes and begin the journey to be an innovative world class supply chain. Lastly, we will discuss how to pay for a large portion of the S/4 conversion with hidden savings and value in your existing Supply Chain.
“Successfully optimizing the Supply Chain using core SAP, amidst volatile oil prices and achieving significant efficiency gains including savings 12 times the costs”-Justin Burnett- VP PCSM, MM & WH at BP America and Sean Elliffe, Senior Partner at Reveal
Abstract: Find out what drove BP to leverage standard SAP technology to drive global change in its core planning and supply chain processes, how it revamped its organization capability and transformed its supply chain to achieve significant benefits. Find out how BP drove standardization across its global supply chain utilizing one system of record, eliminating silos, reducing volatility and increasing stability. See the amazing results BP achieved such as optimizing 80% of the active materials, reduced past due elements by 40%, reduced unnecessary inventory spend by $25 million, reduced negative days of supply by 27% and reduced process inefficiency (MRP exceptions) by 41%.