Leveraging SAP EWM as the Backbone for Integrating Plan-to-Delivery Across the Supply Chain (SCM 2013)

  • by Ashish Saxena, Senior Manager, Supply Chain Execution, Amazon
  • June 12, 2013
Ashish Saxena of IBM takes you through two real business examples of companies that used SAP extended Warehouse Management (SAP EWM) to integrate their plan-to-delivery process across the supply chain. In this session recorded at the SAPinsider SCM 2013 conference in Las Vegas, he provides lessons learned from deployments by an automotive company and a life sciences company, both of which have global operations.

Ashish Saxena

Ashish Saxena is senior manager, supply chain execution, at Amazon. He was previously a senior director at Cognizant Technology Solutions and associate partner at IBM’s Supply Chain practice. He has more than 14 years of experience, including working in supply chain strategy, planning, execution, and technology in multiple industries.

An SAP SCM planning and execution subject matter expert, Ashish has been working with SAP for more than10 years, and has successfully delivered several large-scale global SAP projects. He has helped transform supply chains in wide range of industries, including automotive, retail, energy, consumer products, third-party logistics, and pharmaceutical sectors. His most recent focus is on supply chain digitization and analytics. 

In addition to advising and contributing to SCM Expert, Ashish is a regular speaker at the SAPinsider SCM conference. For information on other SAPinsider conferences, click here.


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