A Blueprint for Intelligent Sustainable Enterprises
The demand continues to grow for responsibly sourced products that reduce environmental impacts and social inequities. Companies are taking steps to implement sustainable business practices and processes influences decisions across many industries. However, they also want to continue to operate efficiently and profitably. The journey requires an integrated design to full lifecycle management by embedding data transparency and actionable insights across your business network. Read more about sustainability in the digital supply chain.
Movilitas delivers SAP services and solutions to customers across the globe who want to innovate and digitally transform their business to benefit the planet.
Our focused group and asset repository include country-specific knowledge of processes, regulations and what SAP offers. We are a go-to partner in Track and Trace, Digital Manufacturing and Asset Management/Mobility technologies for helping mid-sized to large enterprises with accelerated implementations, predictable results, lower cost spends and greater business value realization.
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Drivers of Sustainability Initiatives
200+ of the world’s largest firms estimated that climate change would cost them nearly $1 trillion in the case of non-action (World Economic Forum)
Sustainable companies tend to be more resilient during downturns (BlackRock, 2020)
82.5% of manufacturers are prioritizing tracking waste generation (National Association of Manufacturing)
How a Leading Industrial Gas Supplier Gained Full Product Traceability
In the SAP Digital Supply Chain presentation, you will find out how a leading gas supplier benefits from greater supply chain efficiency and faster reaction to arising changes in the market.
Companies have been looking for innovative ways to create greater efficiency in their supply chains to manage costs and disruptions. Serialization uses a unique ID for every saleable unit and captures activity as it happens. The traceability information enables the ability to address circular business models, assess and reduce the carbon footprint. The data is also applied to recalls, returns verification and warranty validation.
Distribution centers have large environmental footprints ranging from building operations to inventory management. A warehouse management system (WMS) can help your sustainable warehousing processes. The solutions remove the need for paper, streamline work, add remote monitoring for decision making, optimize inventory and more. These changes enable greater visibility, waste reduction, carbon footprint savings and efficient logistics.
Factories generally consume a lot of energy and resources while producing waste. A manufacturing execution system (MES) enables relevant data for sustainable management through end-to-end digitalization of processes. Greater efficiencies spring from real-time information, AI, automation and machine learning. Migrating to digital systems helps create the transparency needed for a more resilient and sustainable future.
Asset-intensive companies strive to improve efficiency in their processes to increase reliability. These efforts also impact sustainability. Access to real-time information through connected systems and remote monitoring help technicians reduce unplanned downtime, improve performance and optimize inventory levels.
2022 Trends: Analytics & Smart Mobility in the Digital Supply Chain
Supply chains are still experiencing the ripple effects from disruptions. Our blog looks at how companies leverage analytics, smart mobility and digital twin technologies to support adaptability and flexibility in 2022.
How Track & Trace Technology Empowers Recall Management to Protect Brand Legacy
Safety and authenticity have always been fundamental priorities in the food and beverage global marketplace. With track & trace technology, stakeholders have a holistic view of the supply chain, which provides real-time visibility into a product's origin, location and quality.
Joris Ide Group transitions to Industry 4.0 technology to increase shop floor efficiency and visibility to improve production as well as better reporting to all staff from production operators to top management. Hear about their transformation.
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