Your expectations from your APS are too high. If you think it will solve your supply chain challenges, think twice.  

Typically, Supply Chain Managers aim toward operational excellence and end-to-end visibility by implementing advanced planning solutions with the intention of:

  • Seeing all the incoming demand and splitting work accordingly
  • Planning resources more effectively
  • Making better decisions faster to avoid shortages or reduce bottlenecks
  • Etc. 

But your APS cannot do it all on its own. There’s a broader technology stack that needs to be embedded around your APS in order to get effective E2E digital transformation around your supply chain transformation processes.

Watch the fourth and final part of our #bluecruxtalks crash course to learn which type of solutions can augment your APS capabilities and how.

What will you learn?

1

Why it is important to balance integrated solutions with optimal external capabilities.

2

Why you should understand and acknowledge the benefits coming from your APS solutions.

3

The other key elements needed for a successful planning transformation, beyond the APS.

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