Digital Transformation Across The Extended Supply Chain – In a Nutshell
Due to popular demand, Digital Transformation Across the Extended Supply Chain – In a Nutshell, is reopening this November at openSAP. 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?
With digital transformation, customers have new expectations and this affects companies and how they operate. There are four main elements affecting the supply chain;
- Resource scarcity: Learn how to manage risk with sustainability and talent management
- Individualized products: Customers have come to expect a customizable experience and smarter products
- Sharing economy: Take a look at business networks in digital transformation and peer to peer sharing of access to goods and services
- Customer centricity: Learn about the importance of sensing the demand for your products/services as well as learning about omni-channel sales and fulfillment
Digital Transformation Across the Extended Supply Chain – In a Nutshell 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.
Digital Transformation Across the Extended Supply Chain – In a Nutshell opens from November 2 and contains four hours of content in total. The forum and assignment will remain open for five weeks and once you successfully complete the course assignment before December 8 to earn your Record of Achievement.