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Drive your supply chain from

the bottom line with Supply


Chain Analytics
Application Solution Management SCM
SAP AG

Supply Chain Visibility


Metrics & SCOR
SCM Analytics and Visibility content

Business Principles of an Adaptive Supply Chain Network

Demand-driven
synchronization
of supply to demand

Sense and respond


with an adaptive
fulfillment network

Network-wide visibility, collaboration, and analytics

SubContractor
Outsourced
Manufacturer

Customer
Customers
Customer
Service
Provider

2nd Tier
Supplier
1st Tier
Supplier

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Component
Supplier

Manufacturer

Manage Supply Chain Economics

Successful management of supply chain economics is dependent


upon seeing the next problem (event) coming down the road
Visibility

Each event has an operational, and a resultant financial impact


that affects both costs and revenue
Analytics

Getting visibility is more difficult because of fragmentation of


supply chain and manufacturing functions
Collaboration

Its all about Adaptability and managing the Network

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Network-Wide Visibility, Collaboration and Analytics


Enable a common Information Framework across an Extended Supply
Network
Extend Supply Network response processes to key Customers and/or
Suppliers
Built-in Business Intelligence and Analytics to better adapt to Customer
demand
Providing more Network Visibility with Supply Chain Event Management
Role based Portal

Respond
mySAP

More seamless information


sharing and business intelligence

SAP
NetWeaver

Sense

Connectors

Mobile Computing

Real-World Awareness

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Business Benefits:

Shorter cash-to-cash cycle times


through network-wide information
transparency
More synchronized and
responsive Supply Network

Supply Chain Visibility & Analytics Pain Points

Current Pain Points

Key Observations

Asset Utilization

Late notification of unplanned events drives reactive management


of likely impacts
Alternatives drive excessive costs both direct (eg premium freight)
and indirect (eg management effort)

Inventory Levels

Uncertainty in demand leads to excess inventory


Uncertainty in supply leads to speculative ordering
Lack of visibility into stock levels up and downstream leads to
shortages followed by overcompensation and excesses
Increased levels of discounting or write-offs for slow-moving or
obsolete inventory

Inventory
Deployment

Determining where, and what quantity of inventory to deploy in the


network, across dimensions of time, geography and demographics
Flexibly re-deploying inventory as better information is available

Lost Sales

Out-of-stocks lead customer to substitute brands or make


purchases from competitor

Manual processes

Decision process exposed to human error


Decision criteria not consistently applied across network
Lost productive time tending to low-value data collection and
manipulation efforts

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Business Needs for Supply Chain Visibility & Analytics

Business Need

Aspect

Early warnings of
procedural problems

Provide a holistic view on the enterprise and the entire network of


partners
Identify issues early, be able to drill down deep and react
accordingly

Evaluate supplier
strengths and
weaknesses

Measure partners not only in output but also in collaboration


performance
Capture events as they occur through real world awareness in real
time
Monitor service levels and provide transparency by sharing this
knowledge

Accurate workforce
information

Show resource situation and enable operational planning


Provide detailed as well as aggregated information on capacity data

Up-to-the minute
financial reporting

Bring together transactional data with analytical data


Link planning, actual material flows and distribution activities with
financial impact to supply chain economics

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The Need for Visibility: It Starts With Simple Things

SAP Analytics empowers business people to take the best action with timely,
relevant, and complete insights into their business processes.
SAP Analytics provides insights in the context of the business process across
the extended value chain, spanning multiple business functions, departments,
and even organizations.
This visibility along with the integration of action and insights, enables you to
align business strategies with execution, empowering managers to continuously
plan and monitor strategic, operational, and tactical goals.
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Three Aspects of Supply Chain Visibility


Process Visibility
Milestone monitoring and capture of actual events
Alerting and event resolution
Basis for collaboration and coordination with partners

Product and Asset Visibility


Ensure compliance and responsibility for goods from
manufacturer to consumer (e.g. Food Safety, Product
Tracking an Authentication (PTA)/Pedigree)
Track and trace through the entire lifecycle of capital assets
(returnable transport items, technical equipment,
machinery, tooling, etc.)
Central and harmonized data repository with records of
transactions including object associations (Enterprise
Repository)
Identify product stocks and inventory locations

Performance Visibility
Measure the performance with key performance indicators
(selected metrics)
Provide easy access to analytical data
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SAP Solution for Supply Chain Visibility


SAP Event Management (EM)
Monitor automatic collection and tracking
Notify proactively & exception-based
Adjust trigger planning and execution activities
Measure performance, status and alerts

Supply Chain Analytics


Pre-configured KPIs (1000+) leverage SCOR model

Benefits
Reduce need for
reactive expediting
activities
Pre-empt problems
before they occur

Benefits

Portal functionality

Global measures

Benchmarking

Global access

Reporting and analysis


Central repository of performance data
Personalized performance management

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Transparent
Industry Standard
Tailored

Supply Chain Analytics


Create insights across all
functions
More than 1000 pre-defined KPIs
(many of them based on SCOR)
Content areas:
Planning
Procurement
Manufacturing
Warehousing
Order Fulfillment
Inventory Management
SC Visibility
Supply Network Collaboration

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SAP Analytics
Creating Analytic Applications

Comprehensive Analytic Portfolio


Function- and industry-specific
analytic applications
Deliver pre-packaged best business practices

Empower Business Users


Actionable business insights in the context
of the process
Covering the complete value chain
Embedded analytics within SAP solutions
Delivering value for all business users

Deliver on SAPs Enterprise SOA Vision


Sample Analytic Application

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No code to write leveraging modular,


drag-and-drop, WYSIWYG approach
Easy-to-build and easy-to-modify by business
power users
Expose the business logic of analysis
not the technical connectivity
Intelligent, composite business processes
integrating analytics, transactions and
collaboration
Powered by SAP NetWeaver

Enterprise SOA: Key Building Block Analytics

PEOPLE
PRODUCTIVITY
EMBEDDED
ANALYTICS

Analytics
Composites

SERVICE
COMPOSITION

SAP NetWeaver
Business Process Platform
Enterprise
Enterprise
Services
Services
Repository
Repository

Enterprise Service
Implementations by SAP

SCM
internal
ERP
Supplier

CRM
Supplier

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BUSINESS PROCESS
PLATFORM
SERVICE
ENABLEMENT
LIFE-CYCLE
MANAGEMENT

ERP
internal
3rd
Party
internal

SCM
Buyer

What Makes SAP Analytics for SCM Unique?


All users are enabled to draw upon data within the extended
supply chain to formulate decision and execute strategies.
Beyond
traditional
boundaries

Integrated
business
intelligence

Value of a
single analytical
platform

True strategic and


business insight requires
more than just silos of
data, SAP SCM plans and
monitors business
activities across
operational / functional/
geographical boundaries.

Analytics are designed to


be an integral part of all
business processes and
portal based dashboards

From the most simple


report to the most
complex data model, SAP
SCM powered by SAP
NetWeaver is a full BI
platform, including all
necessary analytical tools
and capabilities across all
business solutions

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Supply Chain Visibility


Metrics & SCOR
SCM Analytics and Visibility content

Metric Calculation and Results

Example: Delivery Performance


Order 1 (Customer A)

Order 2 (Customer A)

Order 3 (Customer B)

Line Prod. No. Qty.


1
1
250
.
.
.
.
.
.
10
10
250

Line Prod.-No. Qty.


1
1
250
.
.
.
.
.
.
10
10
250

Line
1
.
.
20

Total (cases) 2,500

Total (cases) 2,500

Delivery Performance Calculation

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DP (customer level):

50.0 % (1/2)

DP (order level):
DP (quantity level):
DP (product level) :
DP (line level):

66.7 % (2/3)
85.0 % (8.5/10K)
96.7 % (29/30)
97.5 % (39/40)

Prod.-No. Qty.
11
1,500
.
.
.
.
30

Total (cases) 5,000

How do you Know if you are Performing well?


Measure
Capture details in your operational systems

Track against Benchmarks


Monitor internal performance (in-house/inter company)
Set internal goals
Compare yourself to external peers:
Benchmark Studies (e.g. PRTM)
Average, Median, Best in Class, etc.

Compare apples to apples


Agreed-upon standards
Published benchmark calculations (Example: Supply Chain
Council)

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Supply Chain Operations Reference (SCOR) Model

Plan

Deliver
Return

Suppliers
Supplier

Source

Make

Return

Deliver
Return

Supplier

Source

Make

Return

Deliver
Return

Source
Return

Your Company

Deliver

Source

Return

Return

Customer

Internal or External

Internal or External

SCOR Model
Building Block Approach

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Make

Processes

Metrics

Best Practice

Technology

Customers
Customer

SCOR 8.0: Processes

Plan

P1 Plan Supply Chain


P4 Plan Deliver

P3 Plan Make

Source

Make

P5 Plan Returns

Deliver

Suppliers

D1 Deliver Stocked Products


S1 Source Stocked Products

M1 Make-to-Stock

S2 Source MTO Products

M2 Make-to-Order

D2 Deliver MTO Products


D3 Deliver ETO Products
S3 Source ETO Products

M3 Engineer-to-Order
D4 Deliver Retail Products

Return Deliver

Return Source

Enable
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Customers

P2 Plan Source

SCOR Contains Three Levels of Detail


Level
#

Schematic

Description

Comments

Plan

Source

Supply Chain Operations Reference model

Top Level

Make

(Process Types)

A companys supply chain can be configured-to- order at


Level 2 from approximately 17 core process categories.
Companies implement their operations strategy through
their unique supply chain configuration.

Configuration
Level
(Process
Categories)
Process
Element Level
(Decompose
Processes)
P3.1
Identify, Prioritize, and Aggregate
Production Requirements
P3.3

P3.2

Balance Production Resources with


Production Requirements

Identify, Assess, and Aggregate


Production Resources

Not
in
Scope

Implementation
Level
(Decompose
Process Elements)

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Level 1 defines the scope and content for the Supply Chain
Operations Reference-model
Here basis of competition performance targets are set

Return

Deliver

P3.4
Establish Detailed
Production Plans

Level 3 defines a companys ability to compete successfully in


its chosen markets and consists of:
Process element definitions
Process element information inputs and outputs
Process performance metrics
Best practices, where applicable
System capabilities required to support best practices
Systems/tools by vendor
Companies fine tune their Operations Strategy at
Level 3

Companies implement specific supply-chain management


practices at this level
Level 4 defines practices to achieve competitive
advantage and to adapt to changing business
conditions

M1: Make-to-Stock Best Practices


Process Element: Schedule Production Activities
Process Element Number : M1.1
Best Practices

Features

Maintain data and system integrity by


ensuring production data, inventory
levels, and schedule requirements are
99+% accurate

Detailed production model that synchronizes


PLAN and MAKE activities

Schedule optimizes use of shared


resources, such as production equipment
and tooling

Detailed production scheduling model and


simulation capabilities

Schedule includes preventive


maintenance program

Interface between maintenance management


system and scheduling system

Schedule minimizes changeover costs

Detailed production scheduling model and


simulation capabilities

Real-time feedback from Production and


Test (1.3) activities

Re-synchronization of MAKE activities

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METRICS

HR/Certification support

SITE MAP

Cross training/Certification

PLAN
SOURCE

MAKE
RETURN

DELIVER

M1: Make-to-Stock Performance Attributes and Metrics


Process Element: Schedule Production Activities
Process Element Number : M1.1
Process Element Definition
Given plans for the production of specific parts, products, or formulations in specified quantities and planned
availability of required sourced products, the scheduling of the operations to be performed in accordance with
these plans. Scheduling includes sequencing, and, depending on the factory layout, any standards for setup
and run. In general, intermediate production activities are coordinated prior to the scheduling of the
operations to be performed in producing a finished product.

Responsiveness

None Identified

Cost

WIP inventory days of supply Scheduled


resource cost

Reliability

Schedule achievement

Assets

Capacity utilization

Flexibility

Schedule interval
Upside Production Flexibility
Downside Production Flexibility

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METRICS

Metric

SITE MAP

Performance Attributes

PLAN
SOURCE

MAKE
RETURN

DELIVER

SCOR-Card: Important Information on Current Performance


Measured values
of current supply
chain
Supply Chain Scorecard
(SCOR-Card)
Overview Metrics SCOR Level 1 Metrics

EXTERNAL

Supply
Chain
Reliability

Delivery Performance to
Commit Date
Fill Rates

Perfect Order Fulfillment

Responsiveness
Flexibility

Order Fulfillment
Leadtimes
Supply Chain
Response Time
Production Flexibility

INTERNAL

Total SCM Management


Cost

Cost

Warranty Cost

Value Added Employee


Productivity
Inventory Days of Supply

Assets

Cash-to-Cash Cycle Time


Net Asset Turns (Working
Capital

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Benchmarks

Gaps

Performance Versus Competitive Population

Actual

Parity

Advantage

Superior

Gaps / value

Selected
KPIs

PRTM Benchmarking Report Sample

*Sample Data

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Benchmark Example: PRTM


The biggest maturity gaps are in Demand Planning and Demand
Supply Planning systems
Average Stage of Systems Maturity by Element
3
2,5

2,5
2

1,9

2
1,5

1,4

1,4

2,1

1,8
1,5
1,3

1
0,5
0
Demand
Planning

Supply
Planning

Demand Supply
Balancing

Plan Source

Immature Practices Companies


Mature Practices Companies
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Plan Make

Plan Deliver

Most Used SCOR KPIs in Supply Chain Performance Management


Delivery Performance
Delivery Performance to Scheduled Commit Date
Delivery Performance to Customer Request Date
Percentage of Orders Scheduled to Customer Request Date
Order Fulfillment Lead Time

Manufacturing
Capacity Utilization
Yield
Production Plan Adherence
Build Cycle Time
Make Cycle Time

Inventory Control
Inventory Obsolescence as a % of Total Inventory
Inventory Days of Supply
Raw Material or Product Days of Supply

Product Costing
Unit Cost
Overhead Costs

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KPIs Delivered as
Standard Business Content
More than 1000 SCM metrics available

Demo

Supply Chain Performance Management on


the Service Market Place
http://service.sap.com/scm

SAP Service Marketplace - SCPM

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SAP Supply Chain Performance Management

SCPM is an end-to-end Supply Chain Performance


Management Solution to enable organizations to
define and develop a strategy for their supply chain
and manage, monitor and measure its performance.
It will allow organizations to understand the
relationship between metrics and their impact on
each other.
A turn key analytical application consisting of out of
the box role based dashboards, scorecards and
reports will provide visibility across all the functions
of the supply chain and perform root-cause
analysis.

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High Level Solution Overview

Alignment - Supply chain


strategy, Corporate strategy
and financial performance

Robust data integration


platform SAP and non SAP
data

End-to-end Supply chain


visibility

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Flexible metrics model ,


metrics hierarchy

Intuitive UI Powerful adhoc capabilities

Pre-packaged application
role based scorecards,
dashboards, and reports.

SAP SCPM Key elements

Strategy Management
Link SC strategy to
Corporate\Financial Strategy
Metrics Modeling

Edge Strategies

Design, Define Metrics


SCOR, AMR, LMI models - OTB

Impact Analysis

Set and Cascade Metrics

Logical , Physical relationship


between metrics

Operational Analysis
End-to-end SC visibility
End user ease of use authoring,
collaboration, offline capabilities
Ad-hoc analysis environment
Embedded analytics, closed loop

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SAP
SCPM

Perform impact analysis to


understand impact of changing
metrics on other metrics
What if \ Simulation capabilities
Predictive Analytics

SAPs Analytics Platform

SC Risk
Management

....

Fuel SC applications growth:


Leverage SCPM to develop
innovative SC applications SC
Risk Management, SC Economics
etc

SC
Economics

Portfolio of
Analytical Applications
SCPM

xSA

CRM

CPM

Innovate on top of analytics


platform :
Develop next generation of SRM,
SCM, CRM, etc. analytical
applications

Performance Management

SAP

Pre-Defined Analytical Content


DQM, MDM,
etc

Analytics

Integration
Platform

EDW

Planning

Consolidation

Platform

Pre-Defined ETLs

Build foundation for analytics:


Focus on packaged solutions with
customization, emphasizing ease of
use of application, together with
robustness of backend architecture

SAP NetWeaver
Process Platform

ISV

ERP

SCM

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CRM

PLM

Partners

Non SAP

Leverage existing investments:


Enterprise Services Repository and
Interfaces
Service Enable Backends

Supply Chain Visibility


Metrics & SCOR
SCM Analytics and Visibility Content
Supply Chain Analytics
Visibility Content

Situation Today:
Inside Information Only for Specialists

Information
Flow
Broken

Production Planner

Corporate Controlling

Data
Analysts

Transactional
Users

ERP

CRM

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SCM

Legacy

APO

SRM

Hard-wired
Business
Process
Integration

Example Step 1: Portal Based Query


The materials manager checks a delivery performance query in the
Enterprise Portal. Green, yellow and red highlighted KPIs indicate that
delivery performance has been slipping over the past several months.

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Example Step 2: Drilldown to Customer


Drilldowns reveal the problem is located with a single customer

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Example Step 3: Drilldown to Carrier


One is performing well, but the second carriers performance decreased

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Example Step 4: Check Amount of Business


The amount of business done with both carriers is checked to get an
idea of their importance

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Example Step 5: Share Information


An email is generated with a link to the URL for this report, alerting a
colleague to look at this in more detail

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SAP Analytics Delivery Performance


Immediate overview on
Delivery Performance over
a specific time period
Analyze Delivery Performance for
endangered customers.
Analyze their ordered products.
Check Production Lead Time for
ordered quantity on plant level.

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SAP Analytics in SCM Current Portfolio

Current Portfolio of Analytical xApps in SCM:


Order Analytics
Demand/Supply Match
Global Capacity Utilization
Global Inventory View
Supplier Rating
Warehouse Stock Analytics
Warehouse Workload History
Delivery Performance
Material Availability
Forwarding Agents Efficiency
Forwarding Agents Requirements

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SAP Analytics Order Analytics


Create insights on the
current order situation
Overview on the Invoiced Sales
Quantity, the Sales Target and the
currently existing orders.
The user can navigate by Key
Account, Product, and Country.
The direct comparison of Sales
Target versus Existing Orders by
Country or Key Account identifies
areas where the sales target may
not be reached.
The distribution of the Existing
orders by Country or Key Account
helps to understand, how
important that area is for the
overall company targets.

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SAP Analytics Demand/Supply Match


Immediate overview on the
demand situation and
corresponding fulfillment
options
Analyze sales quantities by
product groups
Match demand with inventory as
well as with production.
Analyze historic production lead
times to fulfill demand
Analyze current and historic
inventory levels

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SAP Analytics Global Capacity Utilization


Get insights on the current
capacity utilization status
Analyze global capacity status for
a product group within the supply
chain.
Analyze the global capacity
utilization and drill into more
details by time and location and
production line.
Compare the capacity utilization
for different plants and lines.

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SAP Analytics Global Inventory view


Immediate overview on the
inventory within the supply
chain
Analyze global inventory as total
quantities, as total $ value, and
terms of coverage range (days of
supply).
Analyze detailed inventory levels
by location and product group.

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SAP Analytics Supplier Rating


Rate the performance of
the top 10 suppliers
Rating is based on SAP ICH alerts,
e.g. PO confirmation of less
quantity than ordered, Out of
stock situation 10 days from now.
Analyze rating by product
Analyze type of alerts by products,
and the number of occurrences of
this alert type, e.g. analyze the
number of late deliveries for a
certain product number.

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SAP Analytics Delivery Performance


Immediate overview on
Delivery Performance over
a specific time period
Analyze Delivery Performance for
endangered customers.
Analyze their ordered products.
Check Production Lead Time for
ordered quantity on plant level.

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SAP Analytics Material Availability


Immediate overview on
Material Availability for
Top and Bottom 5
Customers and Products
by Revenue
Analyze Top 5 Customers by
revenue and with longest-running
backorders.
Analyze Top 5 Products by
revenue.
Analyze Bottom 5 Customers by
revenue.
Analyze Bottom 5 Products by
revenue.

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SAP Analytics Warehouse Stock Analytics


Immediate overview on
goods movements within a
warehouse
Analyze the top 10 slow moving or
fast moving materials for a chosen
warehouse.
Analyze the top 10 Obsolete parts
by value in both graphical and
more detailed report format.

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SAP Analytics Warehouse Workload History


Get insights on the
warehouse workload
Analyze the history of incoming
sales orders vs. outbound delivery
quantities (sales versus
shipments) and line items.
Detailed analysis by shipping point
and warehouse.
Analyze the goods receipts versus
goods issues by month and
receipt/issue variance by month
for space utilization review.

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SAP Analytics Forwarding Agents Efficiency


Immediate overview on
forwarding agents
efficiency
Support the decision of picking the
Forwarding Agent, by analyzing
who can deliver goods most
efficiently
Compares Forwarding Agents by
Planned and Actual Transportation
time, Transportation waiting time
and total Transportation time

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SAP Analytics Forwarding Agents Requirements


Immediate overview on
forwarding agents
requirements
Support the decision of picking the
Forwarding Agent, by analyzing
who satisfies the requirements of a
company best
Compare Forwarding Agents by
damage free goods, penalty costs,
acceptance rate, acceptance time
and freight costs

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Next Generation: Actionable Analytics

1 Worklist from
operative system

Act on insight

Information
from various
sources

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Implement SAP xApp Analytics 1.1

Step 1: How to Obtain SAP xApps Analytics 1.1


Installation Guide
Download from SWDC: www.service.sap.com/swdc *
Details on installation: www.service.sap.com/swdc *
Download
Installations and Upgrades
Installation and Upgrade Guides

* Requires login credentials to the SAP Service Marketplace


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Step 2: How to Obtain SAP xApps Analytics 1.1


Installation Guide
Download from SWDC: www.service.sap.com/swdc *
Installation and Upgrade Guides
SAP xApps
SAP xApp Analytics
SAP xApp Analytics 1.1

* Requires login credentials to the SAP Service Marketplace


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Step 3: How to Download Visual Composer Models and


Business Packages for SAP xApps Analytics 1.1
Download from SWDC: www.service.sap.com/swdc *
Details on installation: www.service.sap.com/swdc *
Download
Installations and Upgrades
Entry by Application Group

* Requires login credentials to the SAP Service Marketplace

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Step 4: How to Download Visual Composer Models and


Business Packages for SAP xApps Analytics 1.1
Download from SWDC: www.service.sap.com/swdc *
SAP xApps
SAP xApps Analytics
SAP xApps Analytics 1.1

* Requires login credentials to the SAP Service Marketplace


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Supply Chain Visibility


Metrics & SCOR
SCM Analytics and Visibility Content
Supply Chain Analytics
Visibility Content

Visibility Processes with SAP Event Management

Procurement

Production Malfunction

Fulfillment

Transportation

Outbound/Inbound Delivery

RFID-Enabled Returnable Transport Item


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Procurement Process - Example


An electronics manufacturer orders production materials from Asia
Supplier

Purchase Order
Issued via online
R/3 trans. Exp.
Events created

Acknowledgement

Manufacturer

ASN
ASN
Goods
Goods
Received
Received

SAP EM

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Invoice
Invoice
Received
Received

Generate
Generate
Payment
Payment

Analytics for Procurement Visibility


Supplier Cycle Time (Total Source Lead Time)
From Order to Acknowledgement
From Acknowledgement to ASN
From ASN to Goods received
From Goods received to Invoice
From Invoice to Payment

Number of changes per purchase order have occurred


since purchase order origin
Percent of acknowledgement confirmations within 5 days
What percent of invoices are paid complete?

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Production Malfunction Process - Example

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Fulfillment Visibility

Describes the visibility within a fulfillment process, based on


deliveries within a less-than-truckload shipment
Covers events from warehouse activities to the POD by the customer
Role-based access for customer (sales executive) and carrier
Provides KPIs on the execution and reporting compliance as well as
transportation times

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Planned Shipment Route, Carriers, and Customers

Carrier ABC
Deliveries:
80005001
80005002
80005003
Leg 1

Arrival Picking
Carrier
Packing
Loading

Carrier XY
Deliveries:
80005001
80005002
80005003

Deliveries:
80005002
80005003

Leg 2

Delivery:
80005003

Leg 3

Leg 4

Depart.
Plant
Arrival
Hub

Delay:
Weather

Depart.
Hub
Arrival
Customer I

Arrival

Arrival

Customer II

Customer III

POD

POD

Customer I

Customer II

POD
Customer III

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KPIs/CPIs for Fulfillment Visibility


Expected Event
(Date/Time)

Actual Event
(Date/Time)

Expected Message
(Date/Time)

Actual Message
(Date/Time)

Carrier
Arrival
Plant
Departure
Arrival at
Cust. Site

(Time)

Execution Compliance

Reporting
Compliance

On time performance
Average delay
Transportation Time
Number of delays per
(plan vs. actual)
category (time interval,
Average delay
reason code)
Number of delays per time
interval

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Average delay
Number of delays per
time interval

Transportation Visibility

Describes visibility within the transportation execution process for


international inbound and outbound shipments
Covers events for international sea shipments including customs issues
and road transportation
Deals with complex transportation networks using transportation chains
(preliminary, main, and subsequent legs)
Role-based access for customer (sales executive) and forwarding agent
Provides KPIs on the adherence to planned durations as well as customs
processing
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Transportation Process - Example


4
Departure Vessel

Port New York


Port Rotterdam

Arrival Carrier

Arrival at Destination

Loading Begin
Custom Docs received

Loading End
Departure

Unloading

Customs Cleared

Arrival Vessel
Discharge from Vessel

Intermediate
Location

Arrival and Departure

Arrival and Departure

Intermediate Location

Intermediate Location

8
Arrival at Destination
Unloading

Customer

Legend
Arrival Carrier

Prelimin. Leg

Loading Begin

Main Leg
Supplier

Empty Cont. returned

Subsequ. Leg
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Intermediate
Location

Loading End
Departure

Analytics for Transportation Visibility

Adherence to the planned duration of the


entire shipment (transportation chain)

Duration of customs processing


How many customs transactions occurred.
How many delays occurred?
What was the average delay?

How many transportation chains existed?


How many transportation chains deviated from the plan?
What was the average delay of the entire transportation
chain and the subordinate legs (preliminary, main,
Arrival of customs documents
subsequent)?
How many customs documents were received?
How many customs documents were delayed?
Adherence to the planned durations for
What was the average delay?

preliminary, main, and subsequent legs

Number of transports per leg (preliminary, main,


subsequent).
Number of delayed legs (preliminary, main, subsequent).
Average delay per leg (preliminary, main, subsequent).

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RFID-Enabled Outbound Delivery Visibility Process

Provides visibility throughout outbound delivery processing, based on


deliveries and their handling units
Covers events from warehouse activities to POD by the customer
Role-based access for customer (sales executive) and warehouse
manager
Optionally, the packing and loading events can be posted with the help of
SAP Auto-ID Infrastructure (SAP AII)

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Outbound Delivery Process - Example


Pick or
Produce

Vendor

Build HU

Issue Goods
(Loading)

Scan IDs
Associate
Items / Pallet /
Tags
POD

AII

Pack / Load

SAP EM
Post
Goods Issue

Event Handler for


Delivery
Handling Units

Pick / GI
Adv. Ship
Notification

SAP

Create HU
Delivery

WM
TRM

Cust.
Order

Purchase Order
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Buyer

RFID-Enabled Returnable Transport Items Visibility Process

Return Receipt
and Inspection of
Empties

Return Of
Empties

6
If ok

If damaged
Unpacking
Of Returnable
Containers

In Transit

3
Inbound of Filled

Available
Empty
Container Pool

Restricted
Stock

2
Loading of Filled
Container

2
Filling/ packing of
Container

Provides visibility across a closed loop returnable transport item


(RTI) process covering the outbound, inbound and return process
Visibility throughout the complete returnable transport item process
Track &Trace RTIs
Monitor RTIs (internally and at business partners)
GRAI encoding supported
Content for SAP AII, SAP EM, and SAP NetWeaver Business Intelligence (SAP NW BI)
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SAP Analytics for SAPs Solution for RFID


Business Monitoring &
Reporting
Stock Situation at Different Locations
Movements across Locations
Movements at Location by Action
Type
Cycle Time across Locations

Technical Monitoring &


Reporting
Read Rate quality reports
Write Rate quality reports

SAP BI extractors from SAP AII


BI relevant data is processed in SAP
AII and written to the BI delta queue
in SAP AII.
BI pools the data out of the BI delta
queue and writes it to the BI cubes.
Available with
SAP Auto-ID Infrastructure 4.0

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Additional Resources
http://service.sap.com/scm
http://service.sap.com/scm

Supply Chain Event Management


Analytics
Management

Supply Chain Performance

http://service.sap.com/scm

SAP SCM Technology

http://service.sap.com/rkt

SAP SCM
SAP SCM 5.0
Supply Chain Visibility

http://service.sap.com/smart

keyword search

http://help.sap.com

http://www.supply-chain.org

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SAP Business Suite


SAP Supply
Chain Management
SAP SCM 2007
SAP Supply Chain Management
SAP Event Management

Strategies for Supply Chain Visibility


Key Takeaways
To manage Supply Chain Economics, its all about adaptability: Visibility,
collaboration and analytics are the key enablers to keep companies apprised of
the health and profitability of their supply chains
The current SAP Analytical xApps portfolio in SCM covers all areas of SCM such
as planning, manufacturing, and distribution providing immediate insights on
status and situations
Through All users are enabled to draw upon data within the extended supply
chain to formulate decision and execute strategies beyond traditional boundaries
The Supply-Chain Operations Reference (SCOR )-model enables users to
address, improve, and communicate supply-chain management practices within
and between all interested parties
Three fundamental aspects of visibility provide a full perspective on the supply
chain: Process visibility, product visibility and performance visibility
SCPM delivers Key Performance Indicators as standard Business Content: More
than 1000 SCM metrics are available to measure the activities in the extended
Supply Chain
SAP Event Management offers a comprehensive and extendable set of Visibility
Processes to ensure process visibility in all parts of the value chain

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THANK YOU FOR YOUR


ATTENTION !
QUESTIONS

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