It’s hard to get a clear view of your production status when getting updates from multiple vendors is often time-consuming. Many organizations are forced to pull data out of different excel sheets and combine everything manually.
Maintaining a robust and complex SAP landscape can be a challenging task for fashion companies. Without deep and broad SAP technical skills to deal with some of the more challenging issues of working on SAP platforms such as ECC, AFS, Retail, FMS, or S/4HANA for Fashion, fashion companies can lose countless working hours.
Key Digitization Trends Shaping the Fashion Industry with Dr. Christoph Schröder, Global VP, Industry Business Unit Retail – SAPThu, Aug 5, 2021 | Category: SAP S/4 HANA Fashion
The fashion industry is among those hit hardest by the coronavirus outbreak. With shops closed, production ramped down and consumers all but completing the shift to digital channels, the aftermath has seen numerous retailers and department stores filing for bankruptcy. Which fashion companies fared best during these troubling times? And how can those struggling bounce back, correct their course, and ready themselves to address future disruptions?
We spoke to Dr. Christoph Schröder (Global Vice President, Industry Business Unit Retail – SAP SE), who provided us with his insights and observations about the last twelve months and a look ahead.
Hear attune's Harin Nanayakkara (Chief Sales and Marketing Officer) and Kim MacIntosh (SVP & General Manager - Americas) together with our colleagues from Rizing - Brian Cederborg (SVP - CI) & Martin Stenzig (CTO) talk about - "The Future of Fashion Tech: Dressing The Industry for Success" with Bonnie D. Graham on Technology Revolution: The Future of Now broadcast via Voice America.
SAP's recent introduction of a new offering called "RISE with SAP" has sparked even more speculation in the Apparel, Footwear, and Fashion industry.
Since the launch in 2017, we have helped customers adopt S/4HANA technology. But for many, the complexity of the migration has made them hesitant and uncertain about the business drivers and justifications.
The pressures facing the fashion industry point to digital transformation being necessary, rather than optional. Certainly, there is a good reason for the pandemic being called “fashion’s biggest reset”. It serves as an undeniable affirmation that e-commerce is not just a privilege brands can choose whether to partake in. It is an indisputable business model that retailers and luxury labels should adopt not only to survive but to emerge better positioned for the future.
Designing for omnichannel on S/4HANA Fashion: What to consider when designing a central DC for Wholesale, Retail and eCommerceWed, May 19, 2021 | Category: SAP S/4 HANA Fashion
How do you consolidate a central DC with the flexibility to handle unpredictable demand across all sales channels? Although the omnichannel model is now relatively well established, a challenge that retailers continued to grapple with is how to reconfigure their supply networks to achieve better alignment between delivery responsiveness, product variety, and convenience.
The transition of an existing version of SAP S/4HANA to a newer version must be done meticulously, depending on your business and industry's requirements.