Improve SAP-controlled supply chain processes with ifm's SAP-certified software? Yes, that's possible! Since GIB's SCM experts, now ifm, have been on board, optimizing processes, reducing costs & improving delivery readiness have been part of ifm's range of services.
Organizing the supply chain in a more stable way – and with the least possible waste – is a major challenge under the current circumstances. In our latest blog, we show you three strategies that can be effective in this regard.
The Siegen-based software manufacturer ifm, formerly GIB, once again presented the SCM Award for the implementation of outstanding supply chain projects at this year's SUCCESS DAYS. In 2022, no less than three companies were able to enjoy the coveted trophy.
In most productions there are steps that could be done by automation without your intervention! Optimized processes could make work more effective and the time saved could be put to good use. The key lies in the interaction between the production and IT levels.
Soon what belongs together also grows together in the external appearance: the company label GIB disappears from the market and the services and products around supply chain management are marketed under the name of ifm. What changes? What remains the same? You can read about it here!
Due to various disruptions worldwide, there are more and more supply bottlenecks and the desire to reintegrate previously outsourced processes is increasing. But are strategies like insourcing or nearshoring realistic?
Volatility, Uncertainty, Complexity, Ambiguity – this exactly describes the present condition of the supply chain.What is needed to meet the challenges? How can resilience be achieved in the supply chain?
It’s time again – on May 31 and June 1, our annual SCM conference will take place as a hybrid event. This year’s motto: “stabilize. balance. reimagine. More stability for your supply chain”. Register now!