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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

managing supply chain risk edi  suppliers, partners, and customers; managing supply chain events; and monitoring and evaluating performance. The solution supports four main supply chain event management processes: creating and evaluating supply chain event data; reporting events and triggering subsequent activities; querying the status of business processes; and conducting analysis in the data warehouse. SAP Event Management: Managing Events Across the Supply Chain Companies can use mySAP SCM to perform event management and gain visibil Read More

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Supply chain management (SCM) solutions include applications for managing supplier, manufacturer, wholesaler, retailer, and customer business processes. Addressing demand management, warehouse mana...
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Driving Costs Out of the Supply Chain: Inbound Logistics
One of the most neglected areas of the manufacturing and retail supply chain is the inbound logistics segment. Following best practices and creating a

managing supply chain risk edi  can be had by managing a complex, labor-intensive and fragmented supply base and by getting a grip on the supplier.s lead times. IT systems that enable the flow of information (visibility prior to and after shipping of physical goods, resources and available capacity in the supply chain) may provide Logistics Managers with just the right tools for this task. This paper discusses best practices observed from the most successful Inbound Logistics Programs of manufacturing organizations in the automotive ind Read More
Supply Chain Management Systems for Service and Replacement Parts: Players, Benefits, and User Recommendations
Improved service management boosts revenue from both service offerings and new product sales, while improved customer service and enhanced offerings increase

managing supply chain risk edi  products and experience in managing service operations in their industry, bearing in mind the suitability of a particular product for their real life problems, and with reasonably fast runtimes (i.e., quick number crunching capabilities for a vast number of service part numbers and supply chain echelons). They should also look for mobile and multi-platform solutions. Although these features may not be needed today, they will be requirement in the long term. Enterprises that offer MRO services or are 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

managing supply chain risk edi  most attention instead of managing processes that are working well. To have an overview of supply chain events, companies need the ability to do the following: Monitor supply chain activities and compare plans and forecasts with actual results Notify the proper employees about process deviations in real time Simulate the consequences of an event, which provides guidance for decision making Control the process throughout the adjustment of various parameters such as process time and mode of transport Measur 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

managing supply chain risk edi  process. Outsourced Manufacturer Collaboration Managing outsourced manufacturing relationships, or contract manufacturers, is of increasing importance for many companies, large and small, in a variety of industries because of its ability to reduce operating costs, improve new product time to market, and increase ROI on capital investment. However, to successfully implement an outsourcing strategy, you must shift your focus from owning and organizing assets to working collaboratively with partners. This co Read More
Logility: Supply Chain Innovator and Workhorse
Logility, a global provider of collaborative supply chain software solutions, is relatively small, but its functional scope (from planning to execution) and

managing supply chain risk edi  Supply Chain Innovator and Workhorse Name a supply chain management (SCM) software vendor that covers perhaps the most complete functional scope (from planning to execution), has been profitable for years, and has no debt on its books. Hint: Its global headquarters is in Atlanta (the city has a long history of supply chain thought leadership). No, it’s not Manhattan Associates , RedPrairie , Infor (now headquartered in New York), CDC Software , or Servigistics . (No peeking at the title of this Read More
Controlling Access Risk: Increase Visibility, Reduce the Time and Cost of Compliance
Managing end-user access to critical enterprise resources as part of an organization's IT governance, risk management, and compliance (GRC) initiative helps

managing supply chain risk edi  and Cost of Compliance Managing end-user access to critical enterprise resources as part of an organization's IT governance, risk management, and compliance (GRC) initiative helps companies to control access risk, provide real-time visibility for multiple stakeholders, and streamline regulatory compliance. This research shows that the leading performers in controlling access risk also realize tangible financial benefits. Read More
Governance, Risk, and Compliance Management
Governance, risk, and compliance (GRC) issues are hot topics today, thanks to high-profile stories about companies that failed to meet regulatory requirements

managing supply chain risk edi  that is responsible for managing GRC. Source: Trends 2006: Enterprise Risk and Compliance, Forrester Research Inc., Michael Rasmussen, December 13, 2005 THE GOAL: A HOLISTIC APPROACH TO GRC A fragmented approach to GRC prevents transparency into your business operations and severely limits your ability to use GRC as a strategic asset for your company. To promote transparency, GRC solutions must span multiple business processes. As illustrated in Figure 1, the answer is to implement a single, holistic Read More
Managing Enterprise Agility
Real-time IT infrastructure promises to deliver services to businesses with the same availability as utilities. Cost reductions will be achieved through

managing supply chain risk edi  Enterprise Agility Real-time IT infrastructure promises to deliver services to businesses with the same availability as utilities. Cost reductions will be achieved through virtualization and consolidation. This white paper looks at the business drivers and technology advances that will provide the foundation for manageability of infrastructures across enterprise applications. Read More
Supply Chain 101: The Basics You Need to Know
Today’s manufacturers face increasing global competition and complex manufacturing networks. Supply chain management provides manufacturers with the needed

managing supply chain risk edi  Chain 101: The Basics You Need to Know The reality of today’s global economy is such that manufacturing firms everywhere face stiff competition as a result of outsourcing to countries where cheaper labor is readily available. Because of this, new methods of manufacturing and delivery have been created, and out of this has come supply chain management (SCM). To better appreciate this relatively new area of technology, one needs to understand the general supply chain model, the economic factors Read More
What Is EDI?
Electronic data interchange (EDI) is a general term used to explain computer-to-computer exchange of routine business documents, using an approved, standard

managing supply chain risk edi  EDI, electronic data interchange, EDI applications, EDI transactions Read More
Supply Chain 201: Editors’ Picks
I’m a bit swamped right now, but I thought I’d address a number of specific requests from your comments in Supply Chain Management 101 by pointing you to a

managing supply chain risk edi  Chain 201: Editors’ Picks I’m a bit swamped right now, but I thought I’d address a number of specific requests from your comments in Supply Chain Management 101 by pointing you to a bunch of other free resources on our sites: Change management (and implementation) for ERP Searching for “change management” on our white paper and case study site provides a bunch of results. Try Changing Focus on Change Management in ERP Projects for a taste. SCM and health care At our Certified Health Care So Read More
Operational Risk Management in the World of Big Data
Today, with operational risk emerging as a primary risk threat in all major economies, market players are looking to the potential of big data as a primary

managing supply chain risk edi  big data, operational risk, operational risk management, enterprise operational risk, Operational risk challenges, Operational risk solutions, IBM OpenPages, IBM OpenPages Operational Risk Management, enterprise loss events, operational risk analysis, operational risk reporting Read More
The Convergence of Enterprise Governance, Risk & Compliance Software Solutions
The market for governance, risk, and compliance is still a maelstrom. Some vendors offer GRC software for the enterprise (eGRC), whereas others offer GRC for

managing supply chain risk edi  risk management, enterprise risk management, risk management, governance, risk, and compliance, GRC requirements, GRC, corporate GRC, enterprise GRC, IT GRC, IT-GRC Read More
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.

managing supply chain risk edi  traditional planning algorithms for managing the increasingly competitive global environments of customers are well known. In response, ERP vendors have sought to augment their core manufacturing and distribution transactional systems with best-of-breed supply chain management capabilities. Because the complex nature of advanced planning systems presents a formidable challenge to internal development, ERP vendors usually find acquisition a more cost effective means for obtaining these capabilities. SCP Read More

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