On this episode of the Digital Supply Chain podcast, I spoke with Richard Kirker. Richard is the Global Solution Lead for Extended Warehouse Management at SAP. Warehouse management is an area I know very little about (as will become quickly obvious as you listen to the podcast), and SAP is announcing an offer related to pop-up warehouses, something I know even less about (!), so I was keen to get Richard on to the podcast to educate me (and hopefully you too!)
Richard patiently explained warehouse management to me, as well as the concept of pop-up warehouses, where the concept originated, and how they are more important than ever now that we are in a period of supply chain disruption. SAP's offer in this space will go live in a couple of days, and as soon as it does, I will link to the offer here, so do check back.
Richard was a gracious guest, even laughing at my Indiana Jones reference - listen for yourselves, and let me know what you think.
Now we are in June, I am trialling a new feature on the podcast - listeners stories. If you have a cool supply chain story you'd like featured on the show, send it to me via email (tom.raftery @ sap.com), or just send it to me as a direct message on Twitter/LinkedIn. Audio messages will get played (unless you specifically ask me not to).
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