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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 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.

COSMETICS: Case Study: ADA Cosmetics Case Study: ADA Cosmetics Source: ABAS Software Document Type: Case Study Description: 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
8/27/2010 1:32:00 PM

Auto Distributor Improves Bottom Line with ERP
Your Challenge: Get Decision Makers' Approval for Auto Distributor Improves Bottom Line with ERP. Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant and Time-Bound. 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 solution lacked the integration capabilities necessary to communicate with its distribution and manufacturing departments. After only a few months since integrating VAI’s enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution, Naghi has already realized its many benefits.

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
10/9/2007 1:39:00 PM

Selerant Corporation


COSMETICS: Selerant provides enterprise product lifecycle management software for formula-based process industries. Founded in 1990 Selerant has installations all across the globe and is headquartered in Milan, Italy. Its clients include McCormick & Company, Bacardi, Martini, Colgate-Palmolive Company, Danisco-Cultor, Wild Flavors, Sensient, Dragoco, and Bush Boake Allen. A winner of the ISO 9001 2000 Certification, the company's software solutions are designed for flavour and fragrances, food and beverages, paint and ink, and cosmetics and chemicals industries.

Sage ERP X3


COSMETICS: Sage ERP X3 provides medium-sized businesses with fully integrated functionality in all areas of business for accounting and financial management, purchasing, inventory, sales, customer relationship management (CRM), and manufacturing. It offers both standard management features and in-depth process customization capabilities. The result is a range of configured offerings that covers the standard requirements of several industries, and is also adaptable to the needs of specific organizations: Sage ERP X3 Discrete Suite addresses the needs of midsize discrete manufacturers in the industrial and consumer goods, medical devices, paper, and other hard goods industries. Sage ERP X3 Process Suite focuses on the unique and specialized requirements of midsize process manufacturers in the food and beverage, chemicals, cosmetics, pharmaceuticals, and related industries. Sage ERP X3 Distribution Suite is designed to meet the demands of wholesale distributors and the distribution arms of manufacturers.Sage ERP X3 is built on the Sage Application Framework for the Enterprise X3 (SAFE X3) technology, the common development platform shared by a full set of Sage applications for medium-sized to large enterprises. Its multitier, service-oriented architecture (SOA) and Web-native design can help businesses reduce IT infrastructure costs and expand business opportunities. Among other features, the SAFE X3 platform provides users with collaboration capabilities (Web services, second-generation workflow engine, etc.); business intelligence (BI) tools; and a unified, collaborative user interface.

Epicor Retail: Behind the Counter
TEC principal analyst P.J. Jakovljevic sits down with Epicor's director of product marketing, retail software, to discuss Epicor Retail The retailing paradigm is shifting from connecting, beyond engaging, to inspiring customers. Epicor Retail software solutions are responding to this market trend through mobility, enhancing customer engagement, and multichannel retailing. TEC principal analyst P.J. Jakovljevic sits down with Epicor’s director of product marketing, retail software, to discuss how Epicor Retail sets itself apart from the competition.

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,
4/25/2012 3:49:00 PM

ERP Issues for the Midsized Life Sciences Company
ERP Issues for the Midsized Life Sciences Company. Find White Papers, Case Studies, and Other Resources Associated with the 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 processes that set you apart from other manufacturing companies. And, your regulatory requirements, including 21 CFR part 11, aren’t like those of any other industry. The challenge is to manage compliance risks and compliance costs. Learn about an ERP compliance strategy.

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
4/4/2008 4:15:00 PM

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 as auto identification technologies, radio frequency identification, sensors, and voice activated technologies, may be able to narrow this gap.

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
2/23/2006

EAI Vendor Extricity Teams with Moai to Automate E-Commerce Systems
Enterprise Application Integration vendor Extricity announced a business-to-business alliance with Moai Technologies, Inc., to provide a full-range of automated e-commerce systems. Moai’s Dynamic Commerce Markup Language (DCML) is an XML-standard compliant language for dynamic commerce markets, and combined with Extricity’s B2B platform, the vendors hope to better integrate e-commerce business processes.

COSMETICS: Furniture.com, Rightfreight.com, Mary Kay Cosmetics, and AspenTech. Strategic partners include CommerceOne, Microsoft, Cisco, IBM, Intel, and PriceWaterhouseCoopers. Extricity was awarded the best Business-to-E-Commerce Application award by Intelligent Enterprise Magazine in August of 1999. Business-to-business e-commerce and extended supply chain management are expected to grow exponentially within the next three years and Extricity will undoubtedly have a strong presence, especially given the power of
5/11/2000

Process versus Discrete ERP Systems
Process versus Discrete ERP Systems: If you need it, we have it! Download for free Process versus Discrete ERP Systems now. Sorting out the differences between the two main types of manufacturing software can be mind-boggling for companies when searching for an ERP system. Companies can mistakenly purchase the wrong ERP system, causing headache and a significant loss of revenue. Avoid the pitfalls of making the wrong decision by using this checklist to help you determine the software that best fits your manufacturing process.

COSMETICS: nutraceutical, chemical/inks/coatings, and cosmetics/personal care. Resources Bridgefield Group. ERP/Supply Chain Glossary. 2006. 17 Sept. 2009. bridgefieldgroup.com/bridgefieldgroup/glos2.htm#D Business Dictionary. 2009. 9 Sept. 2009. www.businessdictionary.com/definition/discrete-manufacturing.html# Piasecki, David. Inventory Accuracy Glossary. 2003. 15 Sept. 2009. www.accuracybook.com/glossary.htm#D Soft Resources. Manufacturing Software Selection Tips. 2009. 9 Sept. 2009.
1/21/2010 3:37:00 PM

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 itself as a response management player with new pricing and packaging that provides an aggressive entry point and fixed priced, fixed duration implementations; leveraging partnerships with enterprise applications vendors; and investing in field operations in North America and Asia with an expanded distribution model to include both direct and indirect global sales.

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
6/30/2004

SuperPharm, Ltd.
Get an example for retail solution implementation with TEC. Click here to download! SuperPharm, a Trinidad-based pharmacy chain, was having a problem with replenishment and risked losing customers. The problem lay in the point of sale (POS) and enterprise resource planning (ERP) for distribution systems—and that users couldn’t easily access the systems’ functionalities. After TEC helped SuperPharm with a software evaluation, SuperPharm realized it already had the best systems for its needs. Find out why.

COSMETICS: drive-thru window, photo centers, cosmetics counters, and a wide variety of personal care and health products, as well as convenience grocery items. All in all, the pharmacy chain has over 20,000 items. SuperPharm prides itself on being a national brand that offers its customers best-in-class services and products, with a focus on convenience and a wide assortment of products. The company s relatively rapid growth from inception, however, appeared to be creating a couple of business challenges.
7/9/2009 4:41:00 PM


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