Learn how Tyson Foods leveraged SAP Integrated Business Planning to consolidate its vast supply chain network onto a harmonized, scalable supply chain planning platform. The discussion will outline the business and solution challenges of merging disparate business units and planning philosophies across its prepared foods and poultry units, creating a synergized supply chain operating model with common processes. Hear about the problems faced in integrating SAP Integrated Business Planning with multiple legacy execution systems and how to solve them. Realize the complexities of implementing cloud-based supply chain planning tools into a highly mature, execution-focused planning organization. Discover how Tyson addressed the common issues faced in a time-series-based planning application while handling short-term planning problems such as deployment and shelf life. Find out the key change management aspects of migrating from national-level planning to a regional-level planning model to enable a distribution network of the future to unlock “produce from anywhere” and “distribute from anywhere” capabilities.
Key Business Benefits:
- Prepared foundation to achieve more than $250 million savings through rollout of the distribution network of the future
- Developed a platform for the organization to grow, sustain, and deliver to its customers on time and in full, more than 98%
- Integrated planning processes for the entire organization on a common, scalable planning platform (i.e., SAP Integrated Business Planning)