DDMRP stands for “Demand-Driven Material Requirements Planning.” In this new planning approach, replenishment orders are only triggered by actual demands (customer orders or stock transfer orders). To achieve this, strategic decoupling points are defined and protected against uncertainties by efficient buffers to establish a stable flow.

Realization in SAP systems

In this video, Carol Ptak, co-founder of the Demand Driven Institute, Franz Hero, SVP Supply Chain & Logistics Development at SAP, and our Camelot experts discussed why this approach is so important for companies today:

Are you interested in leveraging this system in your company? To learn more about the Demand-Driven LEAN Planning Suite, our SAP enhancement for applying “Demand-Driven” principles, please read here.

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