Live Webinar: Goodbye, Bottlenecks; How Cott Optimizes Labeling in SAP S/4HANA
by Craig Hodgson, on July 27, 2017
Today’s modern supply chains are fast, dynamic, and complex—with no room for errors or delays, particularly when it comes to labeling. Serving the beverage needs of more than 2.3 million customers in North America and Europe, Cott required a labeling solution that could support the changing demands of its many manufacturing, distribution and partner facilities. Industry regulations stipulated the use of pictograms and allergen warnings on some labels, while Cott’s customers had their own unique label requirements.
Join this special SAPinsider webinar “Goodbye, Bottlenecks. How Cott Optimizes Supply Chain Labeling” on August 9th at 11:00 AM EDT. You’ll learn how Cott leveraged its investments in SAP to implement a flexible, scalable enterprise labeling solution that supported a growing and diversified organization. Cott’s Ray Smith, Manager of IT Operations, and Todd Nelson, Warehouse Business Analyst, will share how the company integrated labeling in SAP S/4HANA to ensure label accuracy, simplify design, and drive high-volume output—all with unprecedented speed, performance and reliability.
Register for the Webinar Today!
Date: Wednesday, August 9, 2017
Time: 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM EDT
Apply some of Cott’s experiences to your own supply chain operation. Key takeaways from the webinar include how the company was able to:
- Integrate labeling with SAP S/4HANA ERP and SAP Extended Warehouse Management to automate accurate, high-volume label output
- Streamline label design and management for 2,300 concentrates and extracts
- Dynamically adopt GS1 128 label standards to save time and improve traceability
- Respond faster to customer label requests to expedite delivery of finished goods
- Ensure labeling high availability to prevent costly downtime
See how Cott is able to keep up with changing customer demands, adopt GS1 standards, comply with regulatory requirements and enhance traceability—some of the same challenges your organization may be facing. After all, most everyone can relate to bottlenecks and the delays associated with running a compromised global supply chain.