From the Community, SCM Insights, Technology
October 14, 2019

“Get the future before it gets you”: Full-stack Industry 4.0 solution ONCITE launched

Matching themes: Edge Computing, Industry 4.0

With Bosch Connected Industry and IoTOS, German Edge Cloud launched an "all-in-one" solution for the manufactuing industry: ONCITE (Image: Rittal / German Edge Cloud)
With Bosch Connected Industry and IoTOS, German Edge Cloud launched an “all-in-one” solution for the manufactuing industry: ONCITE (Image: Rittal / German Edge Cloud)

Finally a feasible and scalable digitization solution for industry 4.0

One is almost tempted to twist the eyes and simple go on mute it whenever one hears the terms “Industry 4.0”, “Internet of Things” and “digitization” as repeatedly as they are mentioned in media and technical discussions. Much has been and is being said and written about it. However, we are finally seeing very practical developments in our industry. Read more

Use Cases
October 10, 2019

Liebherr-Aerospace digitizes its supply chain with AirSupply

Matching themes: Aerospace, AirSupply, Digital Supply Chain

After positive experiences of using AirSupply as a supplier, Liebherr-Aerospace decided to also implement the solution for its own processes
After positive experiences of using AirSupply as a supplier, Liebherr-Aerospace decided to also implement the solution for its own processes

As early as the end of 2012, Liebherr-Aerospace opted to use SupplyOn’s AirSupply solution with its most important suppliers for the processes Demand Forecast, Order, Advance Shipping Notification (ASN), Goods Receipt and partly also Vendor Managed Inventory (VMI) – thus being the first AirSupply customer outside of BoostAeroSpace. Read more

From the Community
October 9, 2019

Supply chain challenges in delivering the next generation of Military hardware

Matching themes: Aerospace, Defense, Digital Supply Chain

New technologies and current digital supply chain challenges were among the top discussed topics
New technologies and current digital supply chain challenges were among the top topics at AIA

The Fall AIA Supplier Management Council Meeting took place from September 24-26th at the Omni Hotel in Ft. Worth, TX. There were over 200 attendees including some of the biggest names in Aerospace and Defense.

A new wave of manned and unmanned aerial vehicles

There’s a lot of new use cases being evaluated for aerial vehicles. Read more

Inside
September 26, 2019

SupplyOn sets the stage for agile development in the next six sprints

Matching themes: agile organization, Lace Team, SAFe

Engaged collaboration and discussions form the core element of the quarterly PI Plannings that set the course for our agile software development in the coming weeks
Engaged collaboration and discussions form the core element of the quarterly PI Plannings that set the course for our agile software development in the coming weeks

“I have two user stories here with a total of 12 Story Points, which I cannot take care of in my team,” Martin Weber, Product Manager, says to his colleague. “It is part of a feature of SupplyOn Project Management, and your team knows all about it. Is there a chance you can help out?”

Conversations like this are the heartbeat of our PI (Program Increment) planning. Just recently, around 100 colleagues from 16 agile Scrum teams met again near Munich Airport to plan software development for the next twelve weeks. Read more

Inside
September 18, 2019

Why SAFe will make us a future-proof partner for our customers

Matching themes: agile organization, Lace Team, SAFe

When functional contraints hinder an organization's flexibility to meet today's fast changing requirements, it needs a re-design of its way of working. How the SAFe framework helps to enhance SupplyOn's agility
When functional contraints hinder an organization’s flexibility to meet today’s fast changing requirements, it needs a re-design of its way of working. How the SAFe framework helps to enhance SupplyOn’s agility

In an increasingly complex world, established organizations reach their functional limits and have to come up with new coping strategies. So does SupplyOn, a trusted and successful company network that connects more than 65,000 businesses worldwide. Read more

From the Community, SCM Insights
September 12, 2019

Interview: “Standardization and automation create huge opportunities for the rail industry.”

Matching themes: Digital Supply Chain, digital transformation, digitale Transformation, Railway Industrie, Railway industry

Aims to advance the digitization of the supply chain beyond traditional business processes: André Truszkowski-Jonas from Siemens Mobility
Aims to advance the digitization of the supply chain beyond traditional business processes: André Truszkowski-Jonas from Siemens Mobility

The railway industry is getting more and more digital, using new, innovative technologies in many fields. We spoke with André Truszkowski-Jonas, responsible for Business Excellence at Siemens Mobility, about current trends, the benefits of a rail community and the importance of standards for the industry. Read more

SCM Insights
September 5, 2019

A close-up experience of e-mobility made in China

Matching themes: automotive industry, China, E-Mobility

In China, the change in mobility is pursued at an astonishing pace, with fully digitized production facilities for electric vehicles being built in no time
In China, the change in mobility is pursued at an astonishing pace, with fully digitized production facilities for electric vehicles being built in no time

SupplyOn has its roots in the European automotive industry. This makes it all the more exciting to closely observe and support the dynamic developments in China. China is considered a forerunner in the field of electromobility, with numerous start-ups in this space. One of them is Seres, a subsidiary of the Chongqing SOKON Industry Group, one of the largest Chinese OEMs. During his recent trip to China, our CEO Markus Quicken had the honor to visit this company, including a factory tour and test drive. Read more

From the Community
September 3, 2019

Manufacturing 4.0 in academia & practice: How SupplyOn contributed to the MIM 2019 conference

Matching themes: Aerospace, Analytics, Digital Supply Chain, Manufacturing 4.0, RailSupply

More than 750 participants from 51 countries all over the world came to discuss the latest trends in Manufacturing 4.0 from a scientific and practical perspective
More than 750 participants from 51 countries all over the world came to discuss the latest trends in Manufacturing 4.0 from a scientific and practical perspective

“In the end, it is all about communication”: In his opening speech, Prof. Andreas Zaby, President of the Berlin School of Economics and Law (HWR), welcomed the more than 750 participants from 51 countries worldwide to the MIM 2019 conference. Likewise, Prof. Dmity Ivanov and Prof. Susanne Meyer, Vice President of the HWR Berlin, who were both the driving forces behind this conference, also emphasized this unique opportunity to learn from each other in the context of modelling, management and control of manufacturing processes. Read more

Inside
August 1, 2019

Delivering (even) better service with Design Thinking

Matching themes: Design Thinking, service quality

Design Thinking helps to overcome traditional ways of thinking and thereby find innovative solutions
Design Thinking helps to overcome traditional ways of thinking and thereby find innovative solutions

For us in China, too, Design Thinking is becoming an increasingly important approach to bringing products, solutions and services even closer to the customer. This is because Design Thinking opens up new perspectives and enables innovative solutions by addressing people’s essential needs. Read more

SCM Insights
July 24, 2019

3 Trends for successful digital supply chains

Matching themes: Digital Supply Chain, Gartner, Trends

Key message from the Gartner Supply Chain Executive Conference 2019: The right technologies are one thing. But the decisive factor is their specific design.
Key message from the Gartner Supply Chain Executive Conference 2019: The right technologies are one thing. But the decisive factor is their specific design.

Supply chain management is changing fast – and fundamentally. In order to set the right digital course for the future, companies must not only ask themselves which new technologies they want to use but to essentially think about their design. Here, I have compiled the important trends and findings from the Gartner Supply Chain Executive Conference 2019 in Phoenix, Arizona.
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