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Supply Chain Network Visibility and Analytics
The complexity of the global economy is a powerful motivation for companies to look for new ways to increase efficiency and productivity. That’s why companies

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RedPrairie: Enabling End-to-End Supply Chains (from Manufacturer to Retail Shelf)
RedPrairie provides best-of-breed supply chain execution, workforce, and all-channel retail solutions designed to streamline and expedite the flow of goods from

edi changing demands on supply chain  solutions to streamline and expedite the flow of goods from raw materials into the hands of the consumer. RedPrairie was founded in 1975 as McHugh Freeman & Associates , a consulting and systems development firm offering general warehouse management solutions, with the first packaged systems appearing in the mid-1980s. RedPrairie’s flagship warehouse management system (WMS) has undergone extensive development over the years to become today’s industry-leading Warehouse Management (WM) . In the 1990s Read More
How Supply Chain Management Helps Today''s Engineer-to-order Companies
In today''s competitive engineer-to-order (ETO) manufacturing environment, procuring components on time and within budget is crucial. With rising fuel costs and

edi changing demands on supply chain  consider Supplier 1 a dedicated supplier, meaning that it usually provides the components to the manufacturer, and Supplier 2 up to Supplier N will be considered new suppliers. In this example, let''s say that Supplier 1 falls short on the order, creating a long lead time for the manufacturer—an unacceptable situation due to project deadlines. Whether the manufacturer obtains only part of the order or none of the order, it will have to choose another supplier, since deadlines need to be strictly adhered Read More
Supply Chain Collaboration: The Key to Success in a Global Economy
Outsourcing and global competition are forcing companies to transform their supply chains from linear processes into adaptive networks. Communities of customer

edi changing demands on supply chain  order process without an EDI connection. Release Processing Release processing is the communication of customer scheduling-agreement releases to suppliers. Releases reflect net cus tomer requirements over time and usually contain a firm order horizon and a forecast horizon. By minimizing administrative steps, automating the release process leads to a reduction in errors and results in real-time, accurate communication of requirements and the associated commitments from suppliers. Supplier-Managed Read More
Transportation Management and the Adaptive Supply Chain Network
To respond to the demands of today’s highly competitive global environment, traditional linear supply chains are evolving into complex, global ecosystems. These

edi changing demands on supply chain  : Supply Chain Network (Wikipedia) Transportation Management System (TMS) (Wikipedia) Transportation Management and the Adaptive Supply Chain Network Transportation Management is also known as : Transportation Management System , Smart Transportation Management , Transportation Manager , Transportation Lifecycle Management , Transportation Lifecycle , Transportation Procurement , Virtual Transportation Management , Transportation Management Solutions , Transportation Management Definition , Read More
Logility Connections 2012-Focus on Supply Chain X-Factors
In today’s fast-paced world, companies and their supply chains need to outperform their competitors and remain in business. Logility’s focus on supply chain X

edi changing demands on supply chain  SCM software,supply chain management software,supply chain visibility,supply chain X-factors,Logility Connections 2012,Logility,Logility Voyager Proportional Profile Planning,aggregate level forecasting Read More
Single Sign-on (SSO): Truths and Myths
Technology products always seem to come out strong, and then wither under intense scrutiny. This was the case with single sign-on (SSO). However, any product

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TAKE Supply Chain
TAKE Supply Chain, a division of TAKE Solutions, Inc., offers flexible, accessible, and mobile supply chain software solutions that deliver increased accuracy

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Case Study: Wausau Supply
The main business challenge faced by Wausau Supply@an American distributor of building materials@was its ability to provide next-day delivery to small lumber

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Protecting Sensitive Data on Shared Networks: How to Provide Persistent Encryption of Confidential Folders on Corporate Networks
Companies want to manage security risks and encryption to protect data and to comply with industry guidelines. The desire to separate network management from

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The Evolution of the Last-mile Supply Chain
“Last-mile supply chain services” is an evolving segment of the supply chain industry, but a cutting-edge segment that has evolved as supply chain managers

edi changing demands on supply chain  Supply Chain Management (SCM) (Wikipedia) The Evolution of the Last-mile Supply Chain Last-mile Supply Chain is also known as : Extron SCM Programs , Extron Supply System , Last Mile Current Supply Chain Strategy Extron , Extron Supply Chain Logistics Solutions , Extron Supply Chain Distribution Software , Outsourced Supply Chain Model , Last Mile Supply Chain Process , Last Mile Supply Chain Technology , Extron Supply Process , Extron Supply Logistics , Extron Supply Technology , Supply Chain Management Read More
Macola ERP Supply Chain Management (SCM): Supply Chain Management (SCM) Competitor Analysis Report
Criteria in this knowledge base pertain to managing supplier, manufacturer, wholesaler, retailer, and customer business processes. Addressing demand management,

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The Elusive Goal of Supply Chain Visibility
Visibility continues to take center stage among many supply chain issues—as it has for more than a few years and is likely to for the foreseeable future. But

edi changing demands on supply chain  Visibility While the most immediately available case studies on supply chain visibility are often found in the Tier 1, Tier 2 . . . Tier N suppliers, and many recent stories have to do with ethical concerns, one need only to read, for example, the recently published 5th Annual Survey from the Business Continuity Institute (BCI) , to see a full perspective of supply chain disruptions and the need to have greater visibility into your supply chain. It is all the more alarming, then, to see BCI’s statistics Read More
Avoid the Perils of Service Parts Planning in Supply Chain Management
Significant differences exist between the new parts production supply chain and the service and replacement parts supply chain. Companies using conventional

edi changing demands on supply chain  backordered (needed in an expedited manner) to being in excess. Such a state is caused by the serial nature of communicating orders up the chain combined with the inherent transportation delays of moving product down the chain. In new parts production supply chains, this negative effect can be mitigated or even eliminated by synchronizing the supply chain, through, for example, collaborative planning , forecasting and replenishment (CPFR), and other more adaptive supply chain management (SCM) techniques. Read More

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