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Case Study: Staples Brand Group
Staples Brand Group (SBG), the group responsible for products carrying the Staples brand name, offers a wide range of products, from items as simple as pencil leads to complex products such as ergonomic office chairs. Learn about the solutions SBG uses to drive global sourcing, track costs and shipments, and achieve the lowest possible product costs with 99 percent on-time deliveries across global suppliers and customers.

ARIGO: Staples Brand Group Source: Arigo Document Type: Case Study Description: Staples Brand Group (SBG), the group responsible for products carrying the Staples brand name, offers a wide range of products, from items as simple as pencil leads to complex products such as ergonomic office chairs. Learn about the solutions SBG uses to drive global sourcing, track costs and shipments, and achieve the lowest possible product costs with 99 percent on-time deliveries across global suppliers and customers. Case
2/1/2010 4:59:00 PM

TradeStone Software Presents Bamboo Rose
TradeStone’s merchandise lifecycle management (MLM) platform unifies the design, sourcing, ordering, and delivery of private-label and branded goods, allowing fashion, apparel, footwear, and accessories retailers to leverage a “single version of the truth.” The company’s latest innovation, Bamboo Rose, is a global e-market community for retailers and suppliers who want to exchange ideas and product information before they buy.

ARIGO: Trace One ) and Arigo (former Rockport Trading Systems , and Sue Welch’s former venture) are no longer relevant. Their strength remains in the sourcing and order management space, but they are on older technologies (not service-oriented architecture [SOA]–enabled) and have a narrower functional footprint. Another group of competitors is largely computer-aided design (CAD)– or product data management (PDM)–based, and they typically lack strong collaboration capabilities. In fact, many TradeStone
5/14/2012 11:18:00 AM


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