Improve your order taking process, reduce costs for your truck fleet, and calculate reordering based on local temperature and individual consumption.

These are just some of the benefits that come with SAP Oil & Gas Secondary Distribution (OGSD) add-on which is planned for release in Q4/2014.

Sales and distribution will become simpler with an improved order taking process and dispatching bulk deliveries can be easily managed with integrated dispatch management. If you’re worried about managing typical business processes at service stations, then take a look at the complete solution offering of retail fuel network operations. Do you need to improve how you monitor your stock levels? Continuous product replenishment calculates the reorder point based on local temperature and individual consumption, giving you one less thing to worry about.

To learn more, join our free openSAP course, OGSD 7.0 – An Introduction to Oil & Gas Downstream Logistics, which will provide you with an overview of the applications that are part of OGSD 7.0 and information about the technical installation. The course starts on November 5, is four weeks in duration and requires 4-6 hours learning effort per week. The course is open to everyone who would like to learn about the solution. You don’t need to have a background in the oil industry or even SAP logistics. Whether you’re a consultant, customer, partner, account executive, sales expert, you’re welcome to join this openSAP course.


Registration on openSAP is completely free of charge. Enrollment to the course, learning content, final exam, and Record of Achievement are also provided free of charge to everyone. You can access openSAP courses at anytime, anywhere, and on any device!


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