"As a supply chain analyst, it's your job to collect information on productivity and customer demand in order to improve your company's supply chain operations. You can expect to answer a lot of �what if� scenario questions that will assess how you tackle company areas in need of improvement. Prepare yourself by familiarizing yourself with company practices and examples of previous reports you've created. You will likely be asked to solve with an Excel spreadsheet problem, so make sure that your Excel skills are on par."
If I were to give you a project where you have 100 piece product, how would you go about finding suppliers?
First, I would ask for more specifics as to what are the most important factors the organization is looking for, then I would search through the established SAP supplier database to find any matches. Matches would consist of Quality as number 1 then Reliability as number 2 and finally cost as number 3.