Part 1 of this blog series analyzed Manhattan Associates’ innovative Supply Chain Process Platform (SCPP)-based analytic applications, including Supply Chain Intelligence (SCI) and Total Cost to Serve (TCS). I discussed other Manhattan SCOPE suite modules as well as the company’s recent evolution from being a mere supply chain execution (SCE) provider.
In Part 2, I zoomed in on the Distributed
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multiple demand signals (including POS and syndicated data). Additionally, Voyager ties in retailers’ time-phased inventory policies and service level goals to ensure proper availability at the DC for order shipment. Moreover, Logility also provides warehousing and transportation management solution components. JDA Software, TAKE Supply Chain, ChainDrive , and Epicor Retail all have similar value propositions. Perhaps even more challenging (this is a vulnerability for Manhattan) could be the