SAP Sales and Operations Planning

Turn planning into a strategic process – with our sales and operations planning software

Plan activities around customer needs, better balance demand and supply, and enhance performance. Our sales and operations planning (S&OP) software can help you establish a single plan to drive business operations – a plan that unifies marketing efforts, inventory targets, and financial and strategic goals across your organisation.

  • Foster collaboration among your sales, operations, finance, marketing, and supply chain teams
  • Develop synchronized demand and supply plans that help drive strategic initiatives
  • Streamline the end-to-end sales and operations planning process
  • Reach a consensus volume and revenue plan by analyzing sales, demand, and marketing data
  • Evaluate current state and improve future projections with visibility into finished goods status
  • Improve responsiveness and agility with timely insights and industry-specific analysis tools
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