Webinar SAP IBP for small and midsize companies


The importance of integrated planning is omnipresent and requires a coordinated sales & operations planning process, an organization with strong implementation capabilities and a consistent IT infrastructure. Due to its modular structure, SAP Integrated Business Planning (IBP) enables an individual, integrated Sales & Operations Planning that can be adapted to the different needs of companies. Thus, the processes from demand planning to rough planning and prioritization of customer orders can be supported.

What is our webinar about? You will get an insight into the topic SAP IBP, the software architecture and the module structure. In addition, you'll learn in our webinar about the advantages of using IBP for midsize companies and the prerequisites that need to be met. The webinar will focus on a live demo of the valantic best practice approach for SAP Integrated Business Planning in midsize companies, tailored to the needs of midsize companies.

Your Expert

Moritz Kramer is Managing Consultant at valantic in the area of Sales & Operations Planning. Experiences in process analysis, process design, project management and project controlling as well as concept development for logistics software complete his profile.


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Who is it intended for?

The webinar is suitable for people responsible for supply chain management, sales & operations planning, logistics and purchasing.

SAP IBP – the right support for every task

Unser valantic SAP IBP Ansatz für den Mittelstand ist die Lösung für Ihre planerischen Fragestellungen:

  • Mapping of the S&OP process in industry-specific best practice templates and dashboards (plug-n-play)
  • Efficient project implementation within 3 months
  • Cooperative implementation and fast know-how transfer

Your Benefits

  • Integration of short-term demand changes for Make-to-Stock (MTS) & Make-to-Order (MTO) processes in planning and to ensure the service level towards the customer
  • Analysis, planning and adjustment of sales histories in the course of demand planning and system-based demand forecasting
  • Use of statistical forecast methods including best-fit for the forecast of irregular demand patterns
  • Projection of inventory trends and use of a bill of material explosion to derive raw material requirement
  • Creation of a feasible S&OP plan taking into account restrictions in production and purchasing
  • Simulation and creation of what-if scenarios when comparing demand & supply and deriving a feasible plan for end-to-end sales & operations planning