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Amr El Meleegy

In my last blog, I detailed how you can create a business case for SAP S/4HANA focusing on quantitative and financial drivers. Recognizing that integrating qualitative elements into the business case is just as important,

SAP S/4HANA recently reached a significant milestone: 1,000 live customers, and while each customer’s path is unique, their journey all started at one point with a business case that helped secure internal funding and executive

If the title of this blog sounds all too familiar that’s probably because you’ve heard it before, perhaps even more than once. It’s one of the most famous quotes form the 1990’s hit comedy series

With over 1,800 line items of different activities on SAPPHIRE NOW’s online agenda builder its almost inevitable to feel some level of FOMO (Fear of Missing Out) while attending next week’s event in Orlando. No

Supply chain and manufacturing are not the first lines of business that come to mind when thinking about technology innovation in the enterprise. However, a short walk down history lane and you will quickly come to appreciate that both

Let’s face it, speaking in front of a camera isn’t easy. In today’s age of social everything, no one wants to be broadcasted to the world looking anything less than perfect. Therefore, we prepare before

Not too long ago, buying a bulky item that did not fit into the trunk of your car was anything but convenient. You had to walk into a store, pay for the item, and then

Manufacturing is under increasing pressure to deliver faster, better, and smarter. From the rise of additive manufacturing and robotics, to e-commerce and same day delivery, the list of technology and market trends reshaping the manufacturing

Imagine for a moment that you are a procurement officer working for a national retail chain. You just learned that your marketing team is gearing up to launch a national promotional campaign for a product

Traditionally, supply chain operations have been viewed as a function responsible for matching supply with demand. While true, this assumption is only partially correct. If you look at the best supply chains, you soon notice