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SAP Integrated Business Planning for Supply Chain

By synchronising supply chain planning in real time, you can ensure business continuity in times of supply chain disruption.

What is SAP Integrated Business Planning for Supply Chain?

Meet future demand profitably with the SAP Integrated Business Planning for Supply Chain (SAP IBP) solution, featuring supply chain analytics, what-if simulations, alerts, and more to help you stay ahead of change and improve responsiveness.

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Powered by SAP HANA, this cloud-based solution combines sales and operations planning (S&OP), forecasting and demand, response and supply, demand-driven replenishment, and inventory planning.

  • Automated, tightly coordinated supply chain planning processes
  • Advanced machine learning algorithms and planning capabilities 
  • Native integration with SAP Supply Chain Control Tower and other solutions


2022 Annual Customer Report for SAP IBP

What were the highlights for SAP IBP over the past year? Dive in to find out.

Can you act fast when supply chain disruption happens?

See if your supply chain can withstand today’s challenges

SAP has created the “Supply Chain Game Changer,” a simulated game that allows you to choose from three different scenarios (product shortages, logistics issues, and merger obstacles) and various roles (demand planner, supply planner, and head of planning) to see how your supply chain would hold up.

Join us on this interactive journey to understand how each role responds and reacts to today’s supply chain challenges.

What are analysts saying about integrated business planning?

Planting sustainability into supply chain planning

Learn why IDC believes that sustainability is an integral part of how companies plan their integrated supply chains.

Making planning the cornerstone of a sustainable supply chain

Find out how our integrated business planning software can help make sustainability part of the fabric of your enterprise-wide operations.

Questions? Get in touch!

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