Streamlining the complete supply chain management process globally with CPGOne
Headquartered in the US, the client is one of the most sought-after beverage manufacturers for athletes and health-conscious consumers.
With already over 75,000 stores, the client was in hyper-scale mode across the US market, yet the existing system landscape could not cater to the international expansion plans of their business.
The client experienced numerous errors with its current system as coordination between various business functions was inadequate, and a managerial overview of valuable operational data was missing. As a result, the client sought better inventory management control, and required an overview of exports and imports and enhanced accountability. They also required an accurate tracking of stock-keeping units and third party warehouses, streamline operations and a transparent view of important operations data.
After conducting a thorough assessment of the client’s existing system, team YASH implemented SAP CPGOne, a proprietary, all-in-one solution by incorporating specific requirements catering to consumer goods and Food & Beverages (F&B) industry segments. The out-of-box functionality of CPGOne was an ideal fit for the growing business needs of the client and would cover the existing business processes and the enterprise reporting requirements. The platform provided all the functionalities the client sought, including financial accounting, controlling, sales and distribution, procurement, and loT traceability.
CPGOne provided accurate report generation that has enabled responsiveness to changing market dynamics. The client has realized business adherence to all local government regulations of the respective region, complete automation of goods receivable process, and loT traceability for the effective shelf-life management of products. Inventory levels of both the company stock holding units and third party warehouses were now being accurately tracked, leading to reduced manual efforts and error. Additionally, pilferage was decreased throughout the entire supply chain process, and profitability analysis of the profit centres was feasible due to cost center accounting.