Planning and SCM

Planning and SCM - T.CON Team Consulting

Planning and SCM

 Intelligent planning for an efficient digital supply chain

The digital supply chain represents huge opportunities for creating transparency and efficiency in your planning. Equally, intelligent, far-horizon planning is a prerequisite for profitably creating added value and saving resources.

Thanks to extensively accumulated project, process and sector expertise, we can guide our customers straight towards their goal.


  •  can comprehensively digitalize, integrate and optimize your supply chain
  •  help you use IoT data for planning
  •  automate your planning processes using intelligent solutions and tools
  •  show you how to plan effectively based on orders
  •  understand the importance of collaborating in networks

We will be happy to discuss the advantages and opportunities with you in an individual consultation.

Planung und SCM - T.CON Team Consulting

Production Planning

Accurate planning is essential to economic production. Regardless of whether your business is make-to-order for your customers, anonymous production, batch or process production, you need to be able to reliably plan and manage your products.

SAP’s production planning tools have lots of standard functionalities to help you with this. For example:

  •  Sales and operations planning
  •  Distribution planning
  •  Production planning
  •  Requirements planning
  •  Production management
  •  Series production

The following SAP products and T.CON modules are available, tailored to the individual needs of our customers:

  •  SAP ERP PP for production planning
  •  SAP SCM APO for scheduling and executing logistics processes
  •  TRIM SUITE for trim optimization
  •  MES CAT for recording operating data in production

Our consultants have amassed a wealth of experience through numerous projects. Their SAP expertise is combined with process understanding and sector knowledge, so that they can very quickly home in on the best solution for you.

Let's get in touch.

Norbert Kytka, Headquarters Plattling