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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
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
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
Selerant Corporation
Selerant provides enterprise product lifecycle management software for formula-based process industries. Founded in 1990 Selerant has installations all

cosmetics  paint and ink, and cosmetics and chemicals industries. 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
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
Sales Is from Mars, Marketing Is from Venus
There is a disconnect between marketing and sales. Marketing is focused on the consumer experience while sales is all about the merchandise. Technologies, such

cosmetics  of this is IMX Cosmetics , which is using a combination of RFID and customer preference data to create a unique digital customer experience . Consumers can create their own cosmetic concoctions, locking the secret recipe in their customer profile, accessible through a digital keychain wand imbedded with RFID. Like pre-teens playing dress-up, consumers can play with the product, enhancing the customer experience while ensuring a repeat performance (after all, this is their unique version of the Read More
Mid-Market Strategy: International Enterprise Solutions
Adonix marks its strategy with two catchwords:

cosmetics  bakeries, paints, lubricants, and cosmetics (for more germane information, see Process Manufacturing Software: A Primer ). The process manufacturing module permits control over many planning and production control activities including formula management, routings, MRP, MPS, work in progress (WIP) accounting, and SFC, whereby the product supports both work order-based manufacturing and continuous batch environments. The distribution modules supports most required sales, purchasing, and inventory control 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
ERP Issues for the Midsized Life Sciences Company
What makes your enterprise resource planning (ERP) requirements difficult for most vendors to satisfy? As a life sciences company, you have operational

cosmetics  excluded. Most assume that cosmetics and food and beverages will soon be added to the list of affected industries. Debate is ongoing as to the appropriateness of pharmaceutical regulations in food and beverage. The debate is not about the need for more control; the debate is about whether this is the right set of regulations. For contract manufacturers of drug and medical devices, compliance should be regarded as a competitive weapon. Patent holders are exposed to risk from non-compliant contract 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
Can Webplan Reconcile Planning and Execution? Part One: Event Summary
According to the early signs, it appears that key elements of Webplan''s business plan are producing results with dividends. These elements involve positioning

cosmetics  marketer of personal fragrances, cosmetics, and skin treatments; and Thomas Built Buses , a manufacturer of commercial transit buses, school buses, and specialty vehicles. The Asia Pacific region has especially shown major growth potential for Webplan, as a large number of electronics and other discrete manufacturers in the region have found a need for its software. This is Part One of a four-part note. Parts Two and Three will discuss the market impact. Part Four will cover challenges and make user Read More

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