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….. if you joined the SAP Product Stewardship Network!!

It’s not news to the High Tech Electronics community that manufacturers increasingly require huge amounts of data to meet legal and customer requirements including reporting on increasingly stringent regulations such as RoHS and REACH. Additionally, there is a growing trend for companies to ban substances to create competitive differentiation.

Now, using the new cloud-based SAP Product Stewardship Network, SAP customers, as well as non-SAP customers, large and small, can efficiently address this challenge. They can manage their supply chain contacts, quickly request substance declarations for components delivered by their suppliers and easily create declarations for their own products.

In addition, SAP Product Stewardship Network offers an expert community for professionals to explore regulatory news, learn about product compliance regulations and discuss open questions with fellows and experts.

What is SAP Product Stewardship Network?

SAP Product Stewardship Network is a cloud-based collaboration community for product manufacturers to efficiently obtain and distribute critical product and material related sustainability data within their supply chains. This innovative cloud offering is an integrated extension of our on-premise SAP EHS Management solution. Together this powerful hybrid offering forms the central backbone of a manufacturer’s product safety and stewardship program, combining the on-premise product compliance database, assessment and reporting with a cloud based collaboration community.

How is SAP Product Stewardship Network delivered?

SAP Product Stewardship Network is delivered as Software-as-a-service (SaaS) with a subscription-based pricing model.

I want to know more?

Check out the overview, browse the “Getting Started with SAP Product Stewardship Network” document, or register for the basic edition for free!!!

We now also have overview videos available in English, Japanese, Korean, and Chinese!

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