It is no surprise that large suppliers, the tier ones and the OEM are critically scrutinizing their supply chains, looking for opportunity, risk and mitigation. As a result lower tier suppliers and subsidiaries, otherwise known as small and medium enterprises, find themselves constantly under the large enterprise microscope. SMEs are being judged on ability to deliver, ability to manage their own supply chains, financial stability, compliance, responsiveness and flexibility.
So how does a smaller business survive? By making absolutely certain that they do not fail to deliver on their commitments. The technology of the past, antiquated software and the underlying support of spreadsheets is no longer adequate to assure survival in the automotive industry.
It makes no difference whether you are a small supplier competing for business in the industry or a larger supplier with regional dependencies, your professionals must have the right tools and knowledge to respond to demand, manage production and inventory, monitor and orchestrate your unique supply chain, meet compliance demands and achieve financial performance goals.
We invite you to join us on August 15, 2013 to learn how SAP Business One for small and midsize enterprises can help you:
· Run efficient and effective manufacturing operations and supply chains
· Provide complete and timely information to all employees so they can make informed decision in the business moment
· Comply with current and future data interchange with trading partners
· Take advantage of the many solutions, innovations and best practices from SAP
You will hear from industry professionals from SAP and Vision 33 about SAP Business One and the seamless integration of key business processes available to small suppliers and subsidiaries of larger automotive enterprises.
See you on line.
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