Stable and Sustainable Supply Chains as a Building Block for Successful Cost Management

Together with Jan-Henner Theissen and Stefan Wiemers from targetP!, Fabian Heinrich from Mercanis shows how companies can not only minimize risks by creating stable and sustainable supply chains, but also improve control over their costs and increase competitiveness.


  • Establishing an effective, holistic approach to avoiding unplanned costs and risks and strengthening resilience
  • Implementation of strategies to link current market, legislative and competitiveness challenges
  • People-structure-process-digital: tools and methods for monitoring and improving the performance of the supply chain and suppliers
  • Mercanis Suite for building and managing stable and sustainable supply chains: from sourcing and SRM to risk and contract management


  • Jan-Henner Theissen, CPO Advisor & Expert for Transformation, Supplier- & Risk Management, targetP!
  • Stefan Wiemers, Expert for Digital Procurement, Risk Management & LksG, targetP!
  • Fabian Heinrich, CEO & Co-Founder, Mercanis


  • 4 June, 11am - 12pm CET


  • German

Key takeways

  • Current challenges posed by the market and legislation
  • Building stable and sustainable supply chains
  • Holistic cost management and monitoring of supply chains
  • Using Mercanis to build and manage supply chains

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