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U.S. Army: Simplifying Logistics to Support Its Greatest Resources

Imagine your team members sitting in their homes tonight, only to be dispatched tomorrow morning to a mission halfway around the world. How will you ensure they are ready? Will they have the skills and resources needed to secure operational success? These are very tough questions for any organization. However, for the U.S. Army, this is everyday life – and a single delay can cost the life of a soldier or an innocent civilian.

To efficiently mobilize one of the largest supply chains in the world, the U.S. Army is transforming its logistics systems to simplify operations and deliver accurate information enterprise-wide. At SAPPHIRE NOW, Daniel Parker, PhD, director of technology and solution development at the U.S. Army, revealed how his organization is delivering a more efficient military infrastructure with data governance and digital technology in his session “Maximize Flexibility by Simplifying Even Massive IT Operations.”

Parker shared, “SAP MaxAttention is helping us align our priorities – from logistical planning to execution. This enables us to direct our attention, efforts, and money in areas that will pay the largest dividends so we can move forward. And underpinning all of this is our focus on simplifying as much as possible to remove variability and help ensure we are effective when deploying and supporting our nation’s greatest resources – its sons and daughters.”

See how the U.S. Army is simplifying operations and delivering accurate information enterprise-wide. Watch the replay of Daniel Parker’s presentation at SAPPHIRE NOW.

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