Ericsson Chooses SAP IBP to Strengthen Global Supply Chain Efficiency

Ericsson Chooses SAP IBP to Strengthen Global Supply Chain Efficiency

(IN BRIEF) In a strategic move to enhance operational efficiencies within its extensive global supply chain network, Ericsson, a prominent figure in 5G and communication technologies, has opted for SAP Integrated Business Planning for Supply Chain (SAP IBP) solution. As Ericsson services networks with over 2.5 billion subscribers across 180 countries, the adoption of SAP IBP promises to provide a unified platform for planning and logistics, enabling streamlined operations and improved response times. This cloud-based solution integrates diverse business functions, offering enhanced risk anticipation and mitigation capabilities. Through this partnership with SAP, Ericsson aims to bolster its innovation drive and cost-effectiveness, ensuring it remains at the forefront of telecommunications innovation and supply chain resilience in an ever-evolving market landscape.

(PRESS RELEASE) WALLDORF, 10-Apr-2024 — /EuropaWire/ — SAP SE (NYSE: SAP) announced that Ericsson, a world leader in 5G and communications technologies and services, has selected the SAP Integrated Business Planning for Supply Chain (SAP IBP) solution to drive further operational efficiencies in its global supply chain network.

Supporting networks with more than 2.5 billion subscribers in more than 180 countries, and with 40% of the world’s mobile traffic outside China carried over its networks, Ericsson needed a technological foundation to provide for a single source of truth for its entire planning and logistics process.

The cloud-based SAP IBP solution integrates business planning capabilities across various business functions, improves the ability of companies to anticipate supply-chain risks and offers mitigating solutions. With SAP IBP, Ericsson will be able to navigate complex planning requirements while improving response times of sales, operations, resources, and inventory planning. This will empower Ericsson to further focus on driving innovation and improving cost efficiencies.

The ability to predict and meet demand in an agile manner is crucial for companies to achieve several business objectives. Choosing SAP IBP is part of a long-time SAP and Ericsson partnership, in which SAP has supported Ericsson’s vision of providing limitless connectivity for the world.

“Agility, resilience and trust are critical for global leaders like Ericsson to achieve supply-chain resilience and meet customers’ needs,” said Dominik Metzger, head of the SAP Digital Supply Chain organization. “Ericsson and SAP have had a strong collaboration over the years, and its choice of SAP IBP allows us to support it in further digitalizing its supply chain to cement its position as one of the world’s leading telecommunications companies.”

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