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PLM for the Retail Industry
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CitiXsys iVend Retail 5.0 for Point-of-sale Retail Certification Report
CitiXsys product iVend Retail is now TEC Certified for online evaluation of point-of-sale (POS) solutions in the Wholesale and Retail Trade Evaluation Center.

control retail inventory  iVend Retail 5.0 for Point-of-sale Retail Certification Report CitiXsys product iVend Retail is now TEC Certified for online evaluation of point-of-sale (POS) solutions in the Wholesale and Retail Trade Evaluation Center. The certification seal is a valuable indicator for organizations relying on the integrity of TEC research for assistance with their software selection projects. Download this report for product highlights, competitive analysis, product analysis, and in-depth analyst commentary. Read More
Let the (Excess) Inventory Flow!
Because companies focus primarily on new product development and promotion, the problem of excess and obsolete inventory, once addressed, often leads to both

control retail inventory  American Production and Inventory Control Society , but recently renamed the Association for Operations Management ) defines carrying cost as follows: The cost of holding inventory, usually defined as a percentage of the dollar value of inventory per unit of time (generally one year). Carrying cost depends mainly on the cost of capital invested as well as such costs of maintaining the inventory as taxes (based on the value of inventory on hand at a particular time) and insurance, obsolescence, spoilage, Read More
Retail Systems: A Primer
The core components of a retail information system are inventory management, inventory optimization, revenue management, sales management, and reports and

control retail inventory  control, product costing, batch control and reporting, formula and routing, and material management capabilities. They also provide information for discrete and process manufacturing, as well as other enterprise management modules. For more information on ERP, see ERP: Origins, Development, and Trends. Customer relationship management (CRM) . CRM modules have the capacity to manage customer interactions, marketing campaigns, sales force automation, help desk support, and other important CRM functions. Read More
Capitalizing on Advanced Inventory Management
Today’s distributors have an opportunity to drive performance to new levels by investing in advanced inventory management. These companies can expect to

control retail inventory  | Absence of Inventory Control and Visibility | Purchasing Inventory Management | Loading Up on Inventory | Year-end Inventory Process | Software for Inventory | Inventory Management Core Capabilities | Stock Level Calculation | Non-stock Inventory Visibility | Multi-location Visibility | Usage Reporting | Conventional View of Inventory | Inventory Management Vendors | Inventory Cycle-counting | Improving Inventory Accuracy | Strategically Managing Inventory for Future Growth | Supply Chain Inventory Read More
Inventory Management Technology Strategies for Distribution
Inventory has been—and continues to be—the lifeblood of the distribution marketplace. While many companies are slow to adopt new strategies and technologies, a

control retail inventory  Asset Management | Inventory Control Management | Inventory Cost Management | Inventory Management Accounting | Inventory Management Application | Inventory Management Companies | Inventory Management Database | Inventory Management Definition | Inventory Management Module | Inventory Management Planning | Inventory Management Process | Inventory Management Programs | Inventory Management Project | Inventory Management Services | Inventory Management Software | Inventory Management Solution | Inventory Read More
Escalate Retail Commerce
PDG Group Model 821

control retail inventory  Retail Commerce PDG Group Model 821 Read More
How to Balance Control and Agility in the Virtual Environment
Find out in balancing control and agility in the virtual environment.

control retail inventory  to Balance Control and Agility in the Virtual Environment The dynamic nature of a virtualized data center environment presents management challenges that are different from a purely physical environment. Virtualization brings a higher level of speed and flexibility, producing a more disciplined approach to service management—one with more effective processes and controls. But control should not come at the expense of agility. IT needs to strike the optimum balance between the two. But how can this Read More
BPM in the Retail Sector
To remain competitive, retailers must improve costs, differentiate the shopping experience, and ensure effective promotions. Many retailers are asking how to

control retail inventory  in the Retail Sector To remain competitive, retailers must improve costs, differentiate the shopping experience, and ensure effective promotions. Many retailers are asking how to improve vital business processes while offering customers more. Learn about key trends in the retail sector and how business process management (BPM) can help address challenges across in-store operations, supply chain management (SCM), and multi-channel integration. Read More
Inventory Reduction: Effectively Turning Excess Into Cash
In virtually all manufacturing companies, there is a direct correlation between inventory levels and overall business performance. In fact, CEO''s and CFO''s

control retail inventory  your inventory planning and control system, even one based on modern ERP systems, does not have the depth and breadth of decision support capability needed to identify and prioritize preventative actions based upon their dollar impact can be a real eye-opener for senior management. A common misconception is that effective decision-support to reduce and prevent excess inventories from accumulating is part of the company''s current system. To some extent, logic does exist in material planning systems to Read More
Supporting Quality Control with a Factory Information System
When your quality control plan is complex because there are many features to control@and it involves many people@you need to pay special attention to your

control retail inventory  Quality Control with a Factory Information System When your quality control plan is complex because there are many features to control—and it involves many people—you need to pay special attention to your quality control process. Also, a complex plan places high demands on your software solution. Discover how an online integrated factory information system can work across production, job tracking, spoilage, and quality to support all of your quality control processes. Read More
Taking Control: Improved Inventory Visibility Leads to Lean Success
While inventory reduction is a worthy goal for manufacturers, with less “cushion” mistakes and surprises can be costly. When looking at inventory levels and how

control retail inventory  Control: Improved Inventory Visibility Leads to Lean Success While inventory reduction is a worthy goal for manufacturers, with less “cushion” mistakes and surprises can be costly. When looking at inventory levels and how to reduce them, it is important to understand the role that inventory plays in the dynamics of plant operations. This paper focuses on inventory inside the plant—from receipt of parts and materials to shipment of finished products—to help you safely reduce your inventory. Read More
New Realities of Retail Workforce Management: Myths versus Facts
With an economic recovery underway, retailers are leveraging workforce management (WFM) tools to help them address their most pressing needs—cost reduction

control retail inventory  Realities of Retail Workforce Management: Myths versus Facts With an economic recovery underway, retailers are leveraging workforce management (WFM) tools to help them address their most pressing needs—cost reduction, return on investment (ROI), and measurably improved performance—while instilling practices that will serve them tomorrow and beyond. Find out how market leaders are leveraging the considerable benefits of WFM systems to gain a significant competitive advantage. Read More

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