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Managing Business Risk in the Food and Beverage Industry
Midsize food and beverage companies are striving to be more things to more markets, while ensuring consistent customer satisfaction and regulatory compliance

companies in the food industry  their business reach. As companies in this industry grow, they have greater opportunity to secure strategic relationships with major customers in their target markets who look for growth, modernization, and logistics sophistication. To minimize the risk of over-expansion and idle operations, prudent companies have taken measures to ensure that growth is coupled with improvements in process efficiencies, asset productivity, operational flexibility, and highly accurate information. They are investing in Read More...
ERP for the Oil and Gas Industry (Upstream)
The model of ERP systems for the upstream oil and gas sector addresses the particularly specialized business model of this industry. It is common practice for companies, individuals, and government...
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Fatal Flaws in ERP Software Create Opportunity for Niche Software in CPG Companies
ERP software may fail to meet critical business requirements. When companies find that their ERP doesn't meet all of their business requirements, they should

companies in the food industry  Niche Software in CPG Companies Fatal Flaws in ERP Software Create Opportunity for Niche Software in CPG Companies Featured Author - Bill Friend* - April 24, 2004 Overview After companies purchase an enterprise resource planning (ERP) system they may discover that the ERP software fails to provide all of the functionality their business requires. These shortfalls have been characterized as fatal flaws . If a company uncovers a fatal flaw in their ERP software they have three choices: keep their Read More...
The Growing Role of Technology in Food Distribution
Companies in the food distribution industry are well aware of the complicated nature of their business and their razor-thin margins. While your business

companies in the food industry  Technology in Food Distribution Companies in the food distribution industry are well aware of the complicated nature of their business and their razor-thin margins. While your business variables are complex, your choice around technology doesn’t have to be. This white paper covers the basic principles and best practices you need to see fulfilled by any food distribution software in which you invest. Find out the software functionality that you must have present in an effective enterprise resource Read More...
Margin Squeeze and Globalization in the Food and Beverage Industry
In the food and beverage industry, the channel master makes final volume decisions and mostly controls the unit price, with the manufacturer having limited

companies in the food industry  Today, food and beverage companies are seeing competition for commodity-driven products, but the future is likely to see competition for value-added products. Another complexity stemming from guaranteed year-round availability is that suppliers are spread around the world and are invoiced in different currencies. Commodity traders are well aware that contracts to supply over a twelve-month period can severely erode profit margins if currency exchange rates fluctuate significantly, so they buy or sell Read More...
Best Practices in Food Traceability: Be Able to Respond to Audits in Just Minutes
Today’s ever-increasing frequency and cost of food and beverage recalls harm not only the companies directly affected, but all processors in the industry. See

companies in the food industry  harm not only the companies directly affected, but all processors in the industry. See how leading food processors are turning to innovative software solutions, like Plex Online, to develop a complete food safety management system that enables them to achieve best practices in food and beverage processing quality and a high level of traceability. Read More...
The Business Model for the 21st Century Is Project-centric
Cost, time, resources, cash, and risk have always been the basics of project management. But as business as a whole becomes more project- rather than process

companies in the food industry  Businesses More and more companies in the manufacturing sector need to look at their product portfolios and the mix of in-house production, outsourced production, and after-sales services and spares that will deliver the greatest profits. Contracts often run for defined quantities of specific products over a finite period of time. The manufacturer may have several projects on the go at any one time. Globalization has made outsourcing easier for the established brand owner. As a result, more and more Read More...
AMD Earnings Beat the Street! Intel Earnings Beat the Street?
Both Intel and AMD announced earnings that handily beat Wall Street estimates – on the surface. Do the numbers symbolize a new trend in the CPU market?

companies in the food industry  Earnings Beat the Street! Intel Earnings Beat the Street? AMD Earnings Beat the Street! Intel Earnings Beat the Street? R. Krause - May 4, 2000 Event Summary April 18, 2000 - Spurred by heavy demand for chips in the first quarter, chip makers AMD and Intel announced sales and earnings estimates far in excess of what Wall Street had predicted. For Intel, earnings were 88 cents per share, vs. the expected 69 cents per share. But the real surprise was AMD: analysts expected earnings to be 58 cents per Read More...
Safeguarding the Enterprise at the Endpoint
In today’s increasingly connected business environment, IT organizations need to implement an ever-higher standard of security at the network endpoint

companies in the food industry  the Enterprise at the Endpoint In today’s increasingly connected business environment, IT organizations need to implement an ever-higher standard of security at the network endpoint. Administrators must meet the needs of new and more demanding regulatory requirements, foil an expanding population of professional computer criminals, and prevent rapidly propagating new viruses from entering and damaging operations. Discover a solution that can help. Read More...
Managed Services: How to Adapt to the Channel Model of the Future
Low margins, a boom in the managed services sector, and a decreasing reliance on client–server-based infrastructures are drastically changing the business

companies in the food industry  Services: How to Adapt to the Channel Model of the Future Low margins, a boom in the managed services sector, and a decreasing reliance on client–server-based infrastructures are drastically changing the business landscape for many traditional IT channel players. This paper assesses the challenges facing the IT channel and describes how IT resellers can transform the growing demand for managed services from a threat into a key opportunity for future business success. Read More...
Oracle Claims The Worst Is Over And Turns To KISS For A Boost Part 1: The News
Oracle seems to have been trying hard to find a magic formula to ramp up its declining applications revenue. Targeting the lower end of the market with the

companies in the food industry  software. In other words companies must centralize, transform and simplify their businesses in order to implement applications in a plain vanilla manner. Quarterly Financials  The latest initiatives came less than two weeks after the company announced somewhat disappointing results. On June 18, Oracle announced that Q4 2001 income was $855 million, an 8% decline compared to $925.9 million (excluding investment gains from sale of marketable securities) in Q4 2000, on revenue of $3.3 billion, which is Read More...
The Role of PIM and PLM in the Product Information Supply Chain: Where is Your Link?
Diverse groups have been discussing PIM from the perspective of data synchronization and syndication, product lifecycle management (PLM), and enterprise

companies in the food industry  an executive for software companies specializing in PLM and process manufacturing solutions. Brown is a frequent author and speaker on applying software technology to achieve tangible business benefits. He can be reached at jim.brown@tech-clarity.com . Bob Gallagher is the PIM specialist for Technology Evaluation Centers, Inc. and president of RW Gallagher & Associates LLC, a strategic marketing consulting firm specializing in technology-related businesses. He has worked closely with many companies, inclu Read More...
Manage the Change or Change the Management during an ERP Software Selection: The Change
Change happens all the time—but why are changes in our personal lives similar to those in our professional lives?  There are some major events that occur and

companies in the food industry  in Our Professional Lives? Companies are made up of individuals who have similar behaviors—both at work and at home. Let’s take a look at the similarities between the two: 1. We usually have our initial meeting with our partner-to-be in a public place (restaurant, night club, concert, etc.). The same applies when meeting a software vendor (tradeshow, conference, expo, etc.). Either way, we try our best to make a good first impression. 2. On our first date, we’ll try hard to impress our partner-to- Read More...

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