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Quality Management
Quality Management. Search for White Papers and Other Software Related to Quality Management. In today’s global market, providing quality products and services is essential for any manufacturer’s continued growth—but maintaining a competitive edge is not always easy. For success, quality awareness must begin at the conception of the product and continue throughout the various stages of its development. To improve in this area, many manufacturers are now adopting the total quality management (TQM) approach.

IT MANAGEMENT MASSIVE UPPER MANAGEMENT: Shipping and Receiving,   IT Monitoring and Management,   Product Lifecycle Management (PLM),   Manufacturing Process Management (MPM),   Product Data Management (PDM),   Quality Specification Management,   Business Process Management (BPM),   Supply Chain Management (SCM),   Production and Supply Planning,   Supplier Relationship Management (SRM),   Supply Chain Optimization,   Technology Tools and Methods Related Industries:   Manufacturing,   Wholesale Trade,   Retail Trade,  
7/3/2007 1:15:00 PM

Cash Management 101
Cash management is an essential business process all organizations must perform to survive. Though cash management uses automation for much of the “grunt” work, it is human intelligence in the financial decision making that does the rest.

IT MANAGEMENT MASSIVE UPPER MANAGEMENT: it would have had it used better cash management techniques. Poor decisions and practices by a company s financial managers can have disastrous effects on the business too. Following are examples of poor decisions and practices: Transferring too much of the business s liquid assets into the acquisition of fixed assets, such as machinery or real estate. Monthly commit¬ments must be properly managed by obtaining long-term financing for such large capital investments. Failing to budget properly. To avoid
8/13/2008

Business Community Management
Business Community Management. Reports and Other Computer Software to Use In Your Dynamic System Related to a Business Community Management. To adapt your supply chain communication process to the demands posed by changing customer expectations, volume increases, and multiple communication formats, automating your supply chain is essential. Business community management (BCM) integrates the technology, business processes, and communication of the entire trading community to create end-to-end supply chain visibility. Learn how to use BCM for your enterprise.

IT MANAGEMENT MASSIVE UPPER MANAGEMENT: traditional model that prevent it from being a sustainable solution in today s business environment. New business challenges arising from everexpanding communication standards, and changing customer expectations and the demanddriven economy have created a need for a new approach that goes beyond B2B. Business Community Management is a strategic vision that creates a comprehensive view of the supply chain by integrating the technology, business processes and communication of the entire business community
11/12/2007 4:11:00 PM

Mistakes in Performance Management
Mistakes in Performance Management. Get IT Information and Other Solutions Associated with Mistakes in Performance Management. Performance reviews are typically based on the definition of what an employee was originally hired to do. However, appraisal systems fail to address the fact that jobs change as the business environment evolves. Performance management systems should thus deal with critical focus areas rather than basic functions. Appraisal without these objectives in mind risks being a total waste of time.

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12/13/2006 9:20:00 AM

Real-time Global Trade Management
As countries frequently increase and revise border security protocols, participating in global trade has become increasingly complex. Compliance and supply chain managers can no longer solely rely on personal knowledge and paper-based processes to effectively plan and manage global trade. You must have real-time access to critical trade information and the ability to automate global trade management processes. Learn more.

IT MANAGEMENT MASSIVE UPPER MANAGEMENT: Aligning Plant and Corporate IT Why the Cloud Is More than Hot Air for the Manufacturing Enterprise Acronym-Related White Papers: Business Intelligence (BI) |  Customer Relationship Management (CRM) |  Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) |  Human Capital Management (HCM) |  Information Technology (IT) |  Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) |  Return on Investment (ROI) |  Software as a Service (SaaS) |  Total Cost of Ownership (TCO)
10/3/2008 9:38:00 AM

N-Tier Demand Management
The classic bull-whip effect means that the further a supplier is removed from the end consumer, the worse are the fluctuations in demand that they see. This has led many to recommend an n-tier approach to demand management, where everyone gets visibility to the end-customer demand at the same time. In practice, very few companies have been able to actually realize this vision. There are some practical approaches that a few leading suppliers deep in the supply chain are have taken to successfully mitigate the bull-whip effect.

IT MANAGEMENT MASSIVE UPPER MANAGEMENT: gets to the supplier, it can be grossly overstated. Figure 2—Multi-counted demand signals If the supplier is several steps removed from the end customer, they need to use their own intelligence to ferret out big end-customer deals, to get a more accurate picture of actual demand. As they pursue opportunities with OEMs, the account management team should capture information on potential end-customer deals (e.g., end-customer name, project name, size and type of deal, etc.). This data is factored into
12/23/2004

Sales Performance Management
Sales Performance Management. Papers and Other Computer Software to Use In Your System Related to the Sales Performance Management. A productive sales force must concentrate on acquiring, growing, and retaining profitable relationships with its clients. This requires clear, detailed views of prospects, customers, and the market—and the ability to turn insight into action. The right sales force automation (SFA) system can help you determine priorities and action plans to achieve the best results with your customers—and boost your profit margins.

IT MANAGEMENT MASSIVE UPPER MANAGEMENT: performance and territory alignment. It must also help you attain insights by analyzing customer relationship management (CRM) and other enterprise application data. OPTIMIZE SALES OPPORTUNITIES   EFFECTIVE SALES PROCESSES AND SYSTEM SUPPORT ARE KEY TO SUCCESS After years of deploying systems and processes merely to control costs, companies are now deploying systems that will help drive profitable growth. To maximize their profits, many companies seek to increase revenue and margins and improve the
12/20/2007 2:03:00 PM

The Channel Management Shuffle
Executives and middle management are constantly faced with determining policy, process, and technology around managing one or multiple channels. What is critical to successful channel management?

IT MANAGEMENT MASSIVE UPPER MANAGEMENT: stories mentioned above, but it is no laughing matter. Especially when horror stories like the ones above cause a consumer to tell all of their friends or more importantly, to take their business else where. These experiences are all a direct result of decisions made every day by manufacturers, distributors, retailers, service providers, and technology providers. Executives and middle management are constantly faced with determining policy, process, and technology around managing one or multiple channel
12/23/2005

Optimal Service-parts Management
Today’s service-parts organizations, such as those in the aerospace and defense, automotive, agricultural, heavy equipment, and industrial machinery industries, are pursuing the service- and spare-parts market for revenue and profit growth. Increasing customer demands and a dynamic marketplace are forcing these organizations to operate at new levels of flexibility and responsiveness, to address customer requirements and attain targeted profit margins.

IT MANAGEMENT MASSIVE UPPER MANAGEMENT: Source: SAP Document Type: White Paper Description: Today’s service-parts organizations, such as those in the aerospace and defense, automotive, agricultural, heavy equipment, and industrial machinery industries, are pursuing the service- and spare-parts market for revenue and profit growth. Increasing customer demands and a dynamic marketplace are forcing these organizations to operate at new levels of flexibility and responsiveness, to address customer requirements and attain targeted profit margins.
12/1/2006 4:39:00 PM

Production Management Research
Your Challenge: Get Decision Makers' Approval for a Production/3 plan, execute & control. Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant and Time-Bound. Primarily due to rapid development of technology in the past thirty years, the market structure throughout the world has changed considerably. Local markets have become accessible to foreign manufacturers, who are able to perform well in their newly established territories in part due to their superior application of technology. In this light, most companies, including small and medium size, have embedded globalization in their expansion strategies, consistently seeking for new markets abroad. Consequently, local manufacturing companies are facing global competition, forcing them to adopt new concepts with respect to people, process and technologies. This document describes these approaches to production planning in detail as well outlines a software solution. The software solution (Production/3) combines both pull and push techniques and enables small to medium size organizations to fully automate their production system while retaining their investment in their legacy enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems.

IT MANAGEMENT MASSIVE UPPER MANAGEMENT: discussed in previous sections, it is true that neither production planning strategy provides an efficient framework to control production management functions. However with advances in information technology and its accessibility to shop floor personnel, a hybrid solution that combines the merits of both push and pull has become practical and pragmatic. Production Planning Execution & Control (Production/3) Manufacturing organizations have commonly used some form of Material Resource Planning (MRP II) an
4/29/2005 9:33:00 AM

Supplier Logistics Management (SLM)Part 1
Supplier Logistics Management is leveraging technology and supplier relationships to gain competitive advantage.

IT MANAGEMENT MASSIVE UPPER MANAGEMENT: one-third of the time it normally takes to upgrade the client/server counterpart. This concludes Part One of a three-part article. About the Author Mr. Buelow is a Product Manager at Elogex Inc. and has several years ofindustry experience in supply chain software and strategy. Buelow was previously a Senior Consultant in the Supply Chain Strategy Group at iXL and prior to that was a Senior Consultant and Business Analyst at Optum Inc. He has helped developed the Internet strategies for such Fortune 500
1/22/2002


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