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Franz Hero

SAP Extended Warehouse Management (EWM) has been a true success story. The last 11 years witnessed the impressive growth of SAP EWM – with the coverage of more than 2800 customers, 24 industries and 44

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The new release of SAP Transportation Management (SAP TM 9.5) is now available on the market. The system landscape is a classic model for a standalone solution that sits side-by-side to S/4HANA and / or

Time to have a chat with Thomas Klemm, Chief Product Owner of SAP Integrated Business Planning to talk about some of the fundamental enhancements, performance improvements, and new features in this quarter’s release. The key

S/4HANA 1709 is a compelling release. Today, I want to tell you about our warehousing offering with the world-leading SAP Extended Warehouse Management solution embedded in S/4HANA. I will cover the 1709 release highlights and

By Franz Hero, SVP and Head of Digital SCM SAP Transportation Management (SAP TM) is now available as an embedded solution in S/4HANA. It’s a compelling offering for shipper industries, combining best-in-class, proven transportation management

What’s new in SAP IBP 1708? SAP Integrated Business planning is SAP’s new, state-of-the art platform for real-time strategic, tactical and operational integrated supply chain planning – built on SAP HANA, for Cloud deployment. It

1. The importance of Tracking and Tracing in the digitized world Today, consumers want to be sure they hold a ‘real’ – not a fake – product in their hands, they want guaranteed product safety

A couple of colleagues recently put me on the spot and said they’d like a quick ‘elevator pitch’, if you like to call it that, on the Industry Business Unit (IBU) Chemicals. Anyway, it set

Recently we had our Chemical Executive Advisory Council meeting, which took place in Mannheim, Germany. The Council consists of the CIO’s of major Chemical companies like BASF, Dow, Bayer, DuPont, Akzo Nobel and others. As

Last week we had our Chemical Executive Advisory Council meeting, which took place in Mannheim, Germany. The Council consists of the CIO’s of major Chemical companies like BASF, Dow, Bayer, DuPont, Akzo Nobel and others.