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When Provider''s Value Is Not In Synch With Customer''s Value
Embedded knowledge exists in the supply chain to understand and unlock customer value. Integrating the chain is crucial to aligning the goals of customers and

knowledge value chain  cycle integration for end-to-end knowledge sharing. Service data or returns data holds many keys to product innovation design, yet many firms'' supply chains are highly outsourced, or pay little mind to returns, and therefore never mine this knowledge. Eco system innovation, the point of performance—using and gaining value from goods and services—is the result of a complex web of partnerships. With long life value at stake, the decision to buy products is beyond just feature or function, but buying Read More...
Optimize Internal Supply Chain
The new reality for manufacturing CIOs is that budgets are far less than what they used to be and the ability to provide business intelligence to front line

knowledge value chain  etc. Performance Management Because knowledge is power, Production/3 performance module gives you the power to turn information from your system into actionable knowledge. The performance module can help you make better decisions faster without getting lost in trivial details. The performance module provides up to date information with historical data to review trends and measure the effectiveness of your Production/3 system’s implementation. The measures are developed with customer service and lean Read More...
Quick Response Manufacturing: ERP and Value Chain Acceleration
Whatever the reasons for pursuing a lead-time reduction strategy, time compression across all company processes is critical to growth, and in some cases means

knowledge value chain  key principles of QRM. Knowledge Portals offer a more flexible way to accommodate eBusiness strategies, providing entry and exit points between systems with a common or translatable data format. For example, through a portal connecting a supplier and its customer, Vendor Managed Inventory (VMI) is just one type of eCommerce technology that dramatically shortens the process from customer need to order entry to production and shipping. Through VMI, a manufacturer has direct, on-line access to its Read More...
The Power of Knowledge -- Knowledge is Power (Part 3)
Part 1 of this blog series introduced the need for knowledge management (KM) software applications as part of a more comprehensive and strategic service

knowledge value chain  Servigistics SSM suite: Service Knowledge Management (SKM ). Potential SKM Benefits Redux While some possible benefits from SKM deployments were briefly mentioned at the end of Part 2 , more comprehensively, Servigistics states that the SKM solution can: Reduce troubleshooting time by solving issues once and making the resolutions available across the service organization for the future; Decrease the number of service calls by empowering customers, technicians, partners, and dealers to reliably and Read More...
The Power of Knowledge -- Knowledge is Power (Part 1)
The title of this blog post might sound like a no-brainer: as clear and indisputable as the “motherhood and apple pie” adage. Yet how many times have you dealt

knowledge value chain  repeat business. Servigistics’ Service Knowledge Management (SKM) module is the latest addition augmenting the SSM suite, which also includes Parts Planning , Parts Pricing , Workforce Management , and Commitment Management or Command Center . The SSM suite attempts to address ambitiously broad service needs starting with helping with both long-and short-term decisions. For instance, in terms of KM, long-term decisions are about gathering content and information versus diagnosing particular problem Read More...
Technology Enablers for the Lean Supply Chain
Transforming an enterprise to a lean supply chain requires both enabling technology and discipline. By following some specific guidelines to extend lean

knowledge value chain  on smart agent software, acknowledge real world events, and become event-driven and self-regulating. Companies can then link supply networks to new, continuous demand management applications and practices that predict, mange, and reduce variability on the demand side. The impact on business is that by linking supply and demand, the right products get to the right places at the right times. As the flow of goods more closely matches demand conditions, companies are able to trim inventories, avoid Read More...
Rethinking the Supply Chain: Meeting the Complexity Challenge
The requirements of operating in a global, just-in-time (JIT) market have made supply chains much more complex than they were 10 years ago. Much of the software

knowledge value chain  favors institutional memory and knowledge over pure mathematical formulas. The ability to make the extended supply chain a collaborative experience is perhaps one of Demand Solutions greatest strengths: Too often, technology-based solutions focus on making different systems work closely together, while ignoring the fundamental need for human interaction. Demand Solutions effectively strikes a balance between technology-centric and people-centric functionality, and in the process provides an important Read More...
J. D. Edwards FOCUSes on Active Supply Chain
With co-founder McVaney once again at the helm, J. D. Edwards flexed its new supply chain management capabilities at FOCUS 2000 in Denver.

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Supply Chain Planning in 2000: The Brains Behind Internet Fulfillment
The supply chain planning market will top $2.5 billion in 2000, driven in large part by the needs of Internet customer fulfillment.

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Stemming the Loss of Knowledge Capital: A Business Fix for Manufacturers
The clock is ticking for manufacturers to come up with a solution to the ongoing loss of knowledge capital. Their best hope lies in introducing knowledge

knowledge value chain  the Loss of Knowledge Capital: A Business Fix for Manufacturers Manufacturers are in danger of losing significant knowledge capital. Natural employee attrition, such as departures or layoffs, inevitable retirement, and the brain drain are contributing to an exodus of knowledge. Manufacturers should introduce efficient and effective knowledge management strategies across the enterprise before it''s too late. By creating a repository of knowledge capital, manufacturers can increase productivity by Read More...
Business Value of Network and Application Visibility
Find out in Achieving Business Value with Network and Application Visibility.

knowledge value chain  Value of Network and Application Visibility Business Value of Network and Application Visibility Networks have become central to a company''s ability to create new products and services, enter new markets, and develop new partnerships. But what are the business drivers and challenges facing network administrators? And how are companies leveraging their networks for competitive advantage? Find out in Achieving Business Value with Network and Application Visibility . In this IDC report based on a Read More...
Reference Guide to Supply Chain Management (SCM) Features and Functions
This guide to supply chain management (SCM) functions/features will help you determine which SCM features are a high priority for your organization. Learn about

knowledge value chain  Guide to Supply Chain Management (SCM) Features and Functions This SCM reference guide provides insight into the supply chain management (SCM) features and functions currently accessible on today’s market. This guide will help you understand which features are essential for your organization and which are not. You can also download a comprehensive guide in Excel format, with all of the nearly 2,600 SCM functions and features, at TEC’s Supply Chain Management (SCM) RFP Template page . Read More...
Tightening the Chain-Supply Chain Cost-cutting Strategies
As companies struggle to control costs, the supply chain and management of supply resources have come under scrutiny. The supply chain is one area where a

knowledge value chain  The expertise gained through knowledgeable partners can prove very valuable in avoiding common mistakes relating to the implementation. Issues with tag placement, inconsistent reads, and data interpretation can be avoided because of the experience the partner will have acquired from past projects. The data integration and aggregation from the RFID system can be interpreted by the partner for corporate consumption, and be formatted correctly for input to the enterprise resource planning (ERP) system. The Read More...
Understanding and Managing Supply Chain Risk
As supply chains continue to grow in size and complexity, companies are focusing more of their energies on managing supply chain risk. While the topic is

knowledge value chain  and Managing Supply Chain Risk Understanding And Managing Supply Chain Risk If you receive errors when attempting to view this white paper, please install the latest version of Adobe Reader. The current economic downturn, combined with an increasingly complex global business and regulatory environment, has left international businesses more vulnerable than ever to supply chain risk , and it is imperative that they find better ways to manage that risk. Source : SAP Resources Related to Read More...

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