Alouette Cheese to “Focus” on Labeling in SAP at ASUG Event
by Craig Hodgson, on September 15, 2017
Heading to the ASUG Fall Focus next week in Chicago? This year’s event has a special “focus” on using SAP to further improve your supply chain operations. Over the course of two days, there will be a host of sessions on supply chain management to go along with the valuable education and networking you can always expect at an ASUG event.
Of special note is a presentation from Alouette Cheese where you’ll hear about their experiences in implementing an integrated SAP labeling application within their existing SAP landscape. We’re excited to have Cathy Kenlin, Manager of Applications with Zausner Foods, share insights into the deployment of the Loftware label and print solution. Learn how the new supply chain labeling software allows Alouette to scan the SAP production order number at the beginning of the process to be used for label printing further down the line. Importantly, Cathy will explain how they are extending enterprise labeling to subcontractors to ensure accuracy and save time across their extended food supply chain.
Cathy will be presenting “Alouette Cheese Implements Integrated Label Application” Tuesday, Sept. 19th @ 2:15 in Avedon C, so make note of it in your program app.
While you’re at the show, please be sure to stop by the Loftware booth where you can learn more about Enterprise Labeling in your SAP environment. Talk to our experts and discover that when labeling is specifically designed to integrate with SAP—regardless of whether you’re running S/4HANA, ECC, EWM, whatever—you can achieve an unprecedented level of speed, flexibility and power to create, manage, and print mission-critical labels for the most complex global supply chains. We’ll be happy to tell you more.
If you can’t make the event, we invite you to check out this recent SAPInsider webinar “How Cott Optimizes Supply Chain Labeling in S/4HANA.” You’ll learn how this beverage giant eliminates labeling bottlenecks to reduce costs, increase productivity and expand globally.