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Fit between SAP APO DP/SNP and S&OP DP/RCCP

If a customer is already using APO DP and SNP, how does SAP S&OP DP and RCCP 'fit' with the existing APO solution and add value?

Thanks for any advice here.

Regards,

Bob.

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    Posted on Dec 03, 2013 at 05:04 PM

    Value addition is simulation for what -If 's which we have in APO , but it takes a long to run whole Planning area. Where as S&OP, we can utilize HANA power to do what if 's more quickly and decide on what scenario you can promote... This is straight value add and I have seen one of the customer trying to accomplish

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  • Posted on Dec 19, 2013 at 02:20 AM

    One simple example is, we can not run simulations quickly for what - if in APO . This can be done very quickly in S&OP... and can collaborate with team quickly which lacks in APO

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  • Posted on Dec 19, 2013 at 10:42 AM

    Hi Bob

    good to see you here, hope is all well.

    May I ask you and the other experts a question - can a company implement SCM S&OP on HANA and leave the already implemented SCM APO solution use its legacy databases (for example Oracle and LiveCache (MaxDB). I.e. can S&OP on HANA run alongside traditional databases powering the rest of SCM, and APO in particular?

    Many thanks

    Stani

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