Planning is quintessential, especially when it comes to its deep impact on supply chain efficiency and effectiveness of an organization. Combining mature business planning capabilities can unleash potential value for your organization by delivering real-time insights and execution capabilities throughout your supply chain. The cloud-based SAP Integrated Business Planning (IBP) solution can improve your ability to anticipate supply chain bottlenecks, identify potential alternatives, and help you respond effectively and efficiently.
SAP IBP provides benefits that go beyond any standard planning solutions. It allows you to predict and meet customer expectations, Increase service levels, responsiveness, and forecast accuracy with predictive modelling and demand sensing capabilities.
Cognitus’ services allow you to now react faster to demand changes with pattern recognition-based algorithms, optimize demand forecast accuracy across diverse product portfolios with machine learning technology. You can confidently promise deliveries based on priorities and previous commitments
Clients choose to work with us because we combine business insight with technical know-how to deliver practical, results-driven solutions—ones that work in alignment with larger strategic goals and involve a holistic supply chain view. Additionally, we focus on helping clients leverage SAP IBP to enable and adopt leading practices for maximizing investments in the supply chain.
For clients looking to improve the supply chain with SAP IBP, we provide a comprehensive set of offerings:
Project roadmap development, planning, and business case development
SAP software bundling
Integration and project management
Process improvement and user enablement
Organizational change management
With SAP IBP in place, leaders can examine, understand, and answer questions that may have gone unanswered, or were too difficult to address. Here are a few examples.
How is market demand likely to evolve in the coming months?
Is there enough production capacity in certain regions to support expected market growth?
What is the likely impact of upcoming promotional campaigns on our distribution network?
Is the storage capacity of our main distribution center sufficient to meet the demands of likely annual growth for a newly introduced product family?
Given logistics costs, demand footprint, and raw material price differences across regions, what is the appropriate product mix and production capacity utilization across regions?