Globalization increases the number of customers, suppliers and product variations. As a result, the requirements for supply chain management in the company are also increasing. With valantic's Connected Chain Manager (CCM) you can monitor and control supply chains. It is a cloud-based software that increases the planning of logistics processes and the transparency within the supply chain.
What is our webinar about? You will learn how your supply chains can benefit from the Connected Chain Manager, how you can make your supply chains more transparent with the CCM and thus leverage potential. You will also find out how quickly the Connected Chain Manager is ready for use and what concrete evaluations you can expect. We will give you an insight into our web-based Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) platform and show you how you can use this simple integration to connect all supply chain partners and exchange relevant information.
Markus Schedel is responsible for the development teams of SaaS products and individual software solutions at valantic and was involved in the product development of the Connected Chain Manager. As a certified Scrum Master (PSM) and Scrum Product Owner (PSPO), he works with agile project methods in software development, moderates and mediates between the different project roles and always has the development process in view.
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The webinar is suitable for people responsible for IT management, purchasing, supply chain management & logistics, process planning and business development.
In a globalized world, companies are confronted with a continuously increasing number of customers, suppliers and product variants. As a result, the complexity and requirements posed to supply chain management (SCM) are increasing. To maintain competitiveness and profitability, companies are highly dependent on a holistic SCM and the mastery of the associated complexity – internally, across company boundaries and along entire value chains.
If, for example, a supply bottleneck occurs somewhere in the world, the entire supply chain can temporarily come to a standstill or even collapse. Even many minor incidents can bring sand into the gears of supply chains: a traffic jam on the highway, a communication error between plants or a lengthy machine breakdown. Wherever companies are heavily dependent on the smooth running of all processes, there is even the threat of production downtimes and losses of millions in the event of an emergency. IT-supported transparency within the company, let alone across company boundaries to upstream stages of the supply chain, is often inadequate.
As an innovative, web-based Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) platform, valantic’s Connected Chain Manager (CCM) builds bridges by easily connecting all partners within the entire supply chain and connects the often heterogeneously structured system landscapes. In doing so, a multitude of relevant information is exchanged, which offers advantages to all parties involved both in critical situations and in regular operations: improved early detection of bottlenecks, fast and aligned coordination in case of a crisis as well as improved planning reliability and efficiency gains ultimately increase the competitiveness of the entire supply chain.