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Case Study: ADA Cosmetics
After remarkable growth, ADA Cosmetics’ business software had reached its limits, and the company needed a replacement. Due to ADA’s broad product range, the

cosmetics  Study: ADA Cosmetics After remarkable growth, ADA Cosmetics’ business software had reached its limits, and the company needed a replacement. Due to ADA’s broad product range, the new system had to manage batch and process manufacturing, as well as custom and small-scale production. And because ADA distributes products nationally and internationally, the system had to have multi-user features. Find out how ADA went about choosing the right replacement. Read More...
Solarsoft Tropos ERP Is Now TEC Certified
In addition to the recently certified iVP software, the Solarsoft applications that have been certified by TEC now include Tropos ERP. The certification process

cosmetics  processors, pharmaceutical, health care, cosmetics, and mills and metal processing businesses, as well as businesses with both process and discrete manufacturing requirements can use the system for managing their everyday activities. It is also worth noting that lean manufacturing is the company’s fourth most important software sector. Specific components of manufacturing-focused Tropos ERP include its ability to work with co-products and by-products with proper tracking of associated costs, as well as Read More...
TEC Industry Watch: Enterprise Software News for the Week of June 25, 2012
SOFTWARE SELECTIONSBritish cosmetics company Badgequo selects Epicor ERPIndustry tags: Manufacturing, distribution

cosmetics  2012 SOFTWARE SELECTIONS British cosmetics company Badgequo selects Epicor ERP Industry tags: Manufacturing, distribution Aggressively growing cosmetics manufacturer/distributor Badgequo is in need of corporate software to offer single-truth data, eliminate manual data re-entry, and provide full visibility into its extended supply chain. This organization is a real-life example of a small company with less than 30 employees but complex and extended business processes that require reliable and modern ERP Read More...
DEACOM ERP Is TEC Certified in Process Manufacturing
TEC is pleased to announce that DEACOM Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) solution by Deacom, Inc. is now TEC Certified, and available as part of the online

cosmetics  paint, ink, and coatings; cosmetics and personal care; food and beverage; nutraceuticals; and pharmaceuticals. As a privately-held company, Deacom has implemented its integrated accounting and ERP system with over 100 customers from the United States and Canada. Beyond developing the solution, Deacom provides the software implementation, support, and consulting services needed for a successful implementation. All Deacom support team members are Deacom employees based out of the corporate headquarters. Read More...
Auto Distributor Improves Bottom Line with ERP
When Naghi Group’s annual revenue began to soar, it realized that running core business operations on multiple systems was no longer feasible; its current

cosmetics  Food products and L''Oréal cosmetics Challenges &8226; Naghi Group''s electronics and automobile distribution companies were growing at a rapid pace and its core business operations were running on several different software programs &8226; Naghi Group needed a robust, integrated software package to handle all primary business applications such as finance, sales and supply chain management &8226; Access to accurate financial information, quickly and easily, was essential to the firm''s overall fiscal Read More...
Social Media and Collaboration: Not for “Serious” Manufacturers? Think Again.
Many people consider social media as a set of tools for communicating with others and/or entertaining themselves and collaboration as a characteristic of

cosmetics  goods (FMCGs) (toiletries, soaps, cosmetics, shaving products, detergents, and non-durables, such as batteries, paper products, and plastic goods, etc.) are interested not only in the quality of the product, but also in the buying experience of that product. They are also based on non-verified facts, such as the opinions of individuals—if you search the name of your company on Google, Facebook, or Twitter, you will probably find that people are already talking about your company. “We already do Read More...
Epicor Retail: Behind the Counter
The retailing paradigm is shifting from connecting, beyond engaging, to inspiring customers. Epicor Retail software solutions are responding to this market

cosmetics  office supplies; pet supplies; cosmetics and beauty supplies; jewelry; department stores; discount department stores; books/music; newsstands; sports clubs; casinos; amusements; variety stores; and pharmacies. The heritage Activant retail customers are smaller and more regional (tier three to tier five) in the following industries: farm-home/agricultural, lumber and building materials, automotive aftermarket, large lumber operations, large auto operations, pharmacies, hardware stores, lawn and garden, Read More...
Challenges of the Future: The Rebirth of Small Independent Retail in America
By any measure, retailers are overwhelming small businesses. More than 95 percent of all retailers have only one store. Almost 90 percent have sales less than

cosmetics  the concept to have cosmetics as well as bath products to broaden my selection, which helped during the recent down economy. With the upturn, things started to get better. And we keep coming up with new product lines. We are now selling about 70 percent of our own product lines and getting better margins. On the Internet We launched gosoak.com in 1999. We were hopeful that the Internet was going to be huge. While that hasn''t happened, it has been a good tool for us a good way to have people see our Read More...
To Gain Market Share in the Mid-Market, SAP Leaves No Stone Unturned
The star above small and medium businesses (SMB) has never been so bright. CRM solution vendors are courting this market segment extensively. This is the

cosmetics  Sigma would offer CP-Food, Cosmetics, management consulting, and computer reseller solutions. Where as Itelligence covers Automotive, complex manufacturing and wood related companies. SAP presents its offering in a three-layer horizontal packaging. The first layer supported by SAP represents the technical packaging. Then SAP, together with its horizontal partners, provides the sales and delivery packaging elements. The last layer is the services bundling supported by the horizontal and channel partners. Read More...
So What’s the Big Deal with Chemicals?
Due to the inherent challenges of the industry, most chemical companies are still unable to profitably respond to highly variable demand, or to execute

cosmetics  (such as soap and cosmetics ingredients, chewing gum flavors, additives, dyes, and so on), since these companies live far upstream from the final product and end customers. Given the length of downstream supply chains (leading back upstream to basic chemical manufacturers), demand signals at the consumer level usually take quite a long time to reach the upstream trading members. Unfortunately, at this stage, little can be achieved about improving demand visibility, except for some end-consumer chemical Read More...
Service-oriented Architecture-Savior or Nemesis?
Managed well, service-oriented architecture (SOA) offers a tremendous opportunity to make positive changes and lay a foundation that will allow IT to become

cosmetics  product lifespan for toys, cosmetics, pharmaceuticals, and even food items has dropped from 15 or 20 years in the 1950s and 1960s to two to five years today. Even the average life of an S&P 500 company has dropped from 65 years in the 1930s to 20 years in the 1990s. The end-result of this increase is that business is being forced to react to change far more frequently as the pressure to keep up with the market, competitors, and customer demands grows more and more intense. That pressure to be responsive Read More...
Overcoming Chemicals Industry Challenges through Optimization of Distribution and Inventory
For chemical companies, optimizing the distribution network and rationalizing inventories are the keys to an efficient supply chain and smoother operations

cosmetics  specialty chemicals (perfumes and cosmetics, paints and ink, soaps and detergents, dyes and pigments, and so on) producers. The rest are critical middlemen, who process and add value to basic commodities, and resell the still unfinished products for further processing. Some large companies might sell the product of their commodity division to their specialty division (thus becoming their own major customer), or they might sell basic commodities to an intermediary and then buy back the finished product Read More...
BI State of the Market Report
IT departments rarely know as much about a business as the business people themselves. But business users still depend on IT to deliver answers related to the

cosmetics  Home is a UKbased cosmetics company. Sales are handled by 12,000 independent sales consultants distributed throughout the UK. Virgin Vie at Home wanted to develop a suite of sales and performance reports for the sales consultants without deploying software on 12,000 individual PCs or creating a complex user interface. So they turned to dashboards for a solution. Now they have a dashboard interface that allows sales consultants to see their most critical performance metrics in a single Web-browser window. Read More...

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