SAP Supplier Network Collaboration

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by Christian Butzlaff, Senior Director, Value Prototyping, SAP | V. Krishna Anaparthi, Process Architect, SAP Labs India Pvt. Ltd. November 17, 2016
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Christian Butzlaff and V. Krishna Anaparthi provide detailed explanations on how the integration between SAP Supply Network Collaboration (SAP SNC) and SAP Integrated Business Planning can be performed by using SAP HANA Cloud Integration Data Services. Master data is integrated and distributed from SAP Supply Network Collaboration to SAP Integrated Business Planning via direct table mapping in SAP HANA Cloud Integration. The extraction of transactional data such as time series or inventory from SAP SNC requires more development that the authors discuss in this article as well through SAP HANA Cloud Integration by mapping to the related table structures in SAP Integrated Business Planning.

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by V. Krishna Anaparthi, Process Architect, SAP Labs India Pvt. Ltd. | M. Shilpa Reddy, Senior Quality Engineer, SAP Labs India Pvt. Ltd. June 2, 2014
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M Shilpa Reddy and V. Krishna Anaparthi explain how to automate the inbound process with packing to save time during the receipt process and boost productivity.

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by Christian Butzlaff, Senior Director, Value Prototyping, SAP | V. Krishna Anaparthi, Process Architect, SAP Labs India Pvt. Ltd. February 28, 2013
SCM/SAP Professional Journal – 
Manually creating customer batch numbers during the inbound delivery process is a major source of productivity loss. Increase end user productivity through automatic generation of customer batch numbers and characteristic assignment.

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by Sanjiv Shahrawat, Director, Deloitte Consulting LLP | Sundar Chandrasekaran, Manager, Deloitte Consulting LLP October 24, 2012
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Enable information sharing, improve decision making, promote collaboration, and creates extended supply chain visibility in the aftermarket industry using the SNC Product Detail UI.

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by Rajesh Ray, Senior Managing Consultant and SCM Product Lead, IBM Global Business Services | Manas Malhotra, Senior Consultant, IBM GBS September 11, 2012
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Understand four of the solutions that SAP offers for demand planning, and choose the one that best fits your landscape.

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by Rajesh Ray, Senior Managing Consultant and SCM Product Lead, IBM Global Business Services | Manas Malhotra, Senior Consultant, IBM GBS September 11, 2012
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Several case studies illustrate three key functionalities for customer collaboration in SAP Supply Network Collaboration (SNC): demand planning, promotion planning, and replenishment planning. See how they differ from what is offered as part of other SAP solutions so that you can understand what kind of business need is best handled by SNC.

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by V. Krishna Anaparthi, Process Architect, SAP Labs India Pvt. Ltd. | Christian Butzlaff, Senior Director, Value Prototyping, SAP May 10, 2012
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V. Krishna Anaparthi and Christian Butzlaff describe a new method for sales forecast collaboration. They explain the usual scenario for this business process and then explain the process using their new method.


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by Lynn Fair, Principal Consultant, SAP America — Western Region April 7, 2010
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Some SAP professionals assume Supply Network Collaboration, Collaboration Folders, and Supply Chain Event Manager are products better suited for a repetitive manufacturing environment. However, you can use them effectively in a make-to-order, configure-to-order environment.

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by Christian Butzlaff, Senior Director, Value Prototyping, SAP | V. Krishna Anaparthi, Process Architect, SAP Labs India Pvt. Ltd. February 17, 2010
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Learn how using dynamic or reactive promotion management — rather than static promotion management — can reduce the risk for stock-out situations and overstocking at the retailer. This approach directly contributes to the success of a promotion and therefore to the company’s top-line results.

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by Manoj Ambardekar, Solution Architect May 15, 2007
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The success of many SAP projects depends on managing how you execute background or batch jobs. Learn step by step how to configure process chains and use them to execute background jobs in SAP Advanced Planning and Optimization.


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by Bruce Rishel, CSCP, PMP, Partner, Venetia Systems (July 2010) April 15, 2007
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See how a telecommunications company administers its hub and satellite supply chain by using a combination of standard and custom configuration to construct new satellite locations in any country that has an existing plant. When new business opportunities presented themselves in countries where they had not previously conducted business, the company configured a new plant along with the necessary satellite locations.

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by Daniel Wood, Lecturer, Arizona State University April 15, 2007
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When determining which Advanced Planning and Optimization (APO) modules to deploy for specific business problems, you should be familiar with four key concepts: planning time horizons, order-versus-time series structures, SCM business processes, and the APO configuration process. Find out how these four concepts can help you plan your APO implementation.


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by Srinivas Gudipati, Director, SAP Solutions, Falcon Prime, Inc. June 1, 2006
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Learn how to harness the later releases of SAP Inventory Collaboration Hub to get your vendors up and running in your extended supply chain relationship program.

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by Srinivas Gudipati, Director, SAP Solutions, Falcon Prime, Inc. June 1, 2006
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Learn how to harness the later releases of SAP Inventory Collaboration Hub to get your vendors up and running in your extended supply chain relationship program.

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by Charlie Bienvenu, Director of SAP Supply Chain Management, Pragmatek Consulting Group July 1, 2005
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Although it was first introduced with SCM 4.0, few users have leveraged SAP Inventory Collaboration Hub (SAP ICH) to take control of large inventories in numerous locations. Those in retail and other industries with such requirements will find they can manage large operations more easily.