At openSAP in 2015, we looked at a number of aspects of digital transformation on openSAP. We started off with Digital Transformation and Its Impact and closed with Leadership in Digital Transformation. To kick start 2016, we’re going to take a closer look at the specifics of Digital Transformation Across the Extended Supply Chain – In a Nutshell

Supply Chain Management has been an important element of business in the past and will retain its value throughout the digital transformation and beyond. But how has digitization impacted the supply chain and what do you need to know? There are four main elements affecting the supply chain; resource scarcity, individualized products, sharing economy, and customer centricity.

This course will explain how each of these elements is affecting the supply chain and why your business processes and systems need to evolve to remain competitive in the digital economy. Join the content experts and other learners in the course forum to discuss how your business has changed and ask your peers how they’ve overcome obstacles presented by the digital economy.

The course begins January 11 and contains four hours of content in total. The forum and assignment will remain open for four weeks to give you the chance to get involved in the discussion and earn your Record of Achievement. Sign up for free today and get ready to start 2016 with a head start on digital transformation across the extended supply chain!




openSAP courses are free of charge and open to everyone. All you need to sign up is a valid email address.


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    1. Claire Donelon Post author

      Hi Loknath,

      Do you already have an account with openSAP? You should create a new account with the email address connected to your SAP ID. In your openSAP profile, you should add your SAP ID. If you still have issues with the Single Sign On after you register an account, please raise a ticket with the help desk (this can be found on the right side of the openSAP page).

      Kind regards,

      Claire

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