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Retail Market Dynamics for Software Vendors Part Two: Progress
ERP vendors are making their way into the retail market by bundling, acquiring point solutions or partnering strategically to embed retail-specific functions

radio frequency allocation  payroll systems using hand-held, radio frequency (RF) devices, POS workstations or via the Internet. In-store systems nowadays may also include a workforce management solution to optimize the scheduling of in-store labor, which typically represents the next largest operational cost for a retailer after inventory. Thus, these solutions should enable customers to continuously monitor and reduce inventory levels, achieve higher gross margins, improve their inventory turnover rates, and more effectively Read More
Why Are CRM and Analytics Intrinsically Connected?
The new metrics of customer profitability, lifetime value, and wallet share are needed to supplement the traditional metrics of market share and penetration

radio frequency allocation  the growing prominence of radio frequency identification (RFID) tags. Companies supplying retail industry giants such as Wal-Mart and Target are pushing their suppliers to use the technology. This coupled with the expected decline in the price of RFID tags, means the necessity for marketing departments to have analytical capabilities will be even more pressing. (See RFID—A New Technology Set to Explode? ). User Recommendations The connect and benefits of analytic tools in CRM is notable, to say the Read More
What to Expect from Your WMS
Today, companies are facing tougher competition and increasing service level requirements, all while balancing growth with shorter phase-in/phase-out cycles for

radio frequency allocation  voice recognition technology and radio frequency equipment for receiving, movement, picking and shipping activities. Flow-through pool point operations with cross-docking of transit goods.   Acronyms Used   ASN — Advanced Shipping Notice DC — Distribution Center EDI — Electronic Data Interchange IT — Information Technology KPI — Key Performance Indicator PC — Personal Computer RRF — Radio Frequency RFID — Radio Frequency IDentification 3PL — Third Party Logistics UI — User Interface Read More
Getting It Right: ERP Solutions for Mixed-mode Manufacturers
Falling somewhere between discrete and process manufacturing, mixed-mode manufacturers haven’t always been well served by traditional discrete or process

radio frequency allocation  supports SOA links to radio frequency identification (RFID) and transportation management systems (TMSs) supports lean manufacturing 3. SAP SAP , headquartered in Walldorf (Germany), has applied a great deal of its research on process industries into its product offerings. SAP''s software packages support mixed-mode manufacturing environments offer easier integration through merged companies receive maintenance and support directly from SAP 4. Epicor Vantage An Irvine, California (US)-based firm Read More
ERP & Co.: How Process Manufacturers Use Technology to Scale New Heights
In this blog post, I’ll examine how growth-oriented organizations will build their IT infrastructure around ERP, and then integrate systems in other related

radio frequency allocation  both ERP and SCM. Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) RFID technology is used within SCM as a means to track inventory. The efficiencies and ease of use of of RFID will gradually supplant barcodes. The benefits of RFID enable companies to track assets from a distance and require less human intervention. They are useful as well for tracking obsolescent inventory and for maintaining real-time data. See the TEC article The Three Rs of RFID: Reward, Risk, and ROI for more on how retail organizations use Read More
As Hype Becomes Reality, a Radio Frequency Identification Ecosystem Emerges Part Two: The Middleware Dilemma, Partnerships, and What Next?
Given the pressures on radio frequency identification (RFID) middleware vendors, pure-play middleware suppliers will likely either diversify or get absorbed by

radio frequency allocation  Hype Becomes Reality, a Radio Frequency Identification Ecosystem Emerges Part Two: The Middleware Dilemma, Partnerships, and What Next? The Middleware Dilemma As the radio frequency identification (RFID) ecosystem evolves, it is becoming clear that not all of the position players are going to survive a shake-out as technologies overlap. One category in the ecosystem, namely middleware, is especially vulnerable. Forrester Research defines middleware as the platforms for managing RFID data and routing it Read More
E-Business Suite: Engineer-to-Order (ETO ERP) Competitor Analysis Report
The engineer-to-order (ETO) enterprise resource planning knowledge base supports the requirements of companies that manufacture products based their customers

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Improving Backup Performance with Defragmentation
As organizational storage allocation requirements multiply, the time required to back up file-based data also continues to increase. While software vendors

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Rootstock: Engineer-to-Order (ETO ERP) Competitor Analysis Report
The engineer-to-order (ETO) enterprise resource planning knowledge base supports the requirements of companies that manufacture products based their customers

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ROI for RFID: A Case Study Part One: Company Background
Radio frequency identification (RFID) is the latest buzzword in the world of manufacturing and distribution technology. If you believe the press releases, it is

radio frequency allocation  is the theory of radio frequency identification (RFID) and the embedding of specially activated tags in products, product packages, and product platforms. Specifically, RFID tags are small integrated circuits connected to an antenna, which can respond to an interrogating RF signal with simple identifying information, or with more complex signals depending on the size of the integrated circuit. RFID has advantages over bar codes such as the ability to hold more data and to change the stored data as Read More
State of the MES Software Marketplace
Despite predictions that it would be subsumed by enterprise resource planning (ERP) vendors encroaching from above and automation vendors encroaching from below

radio frequency allocation  the technology innovation in radio frequency identification (RFID) and other sensor devices into business value. Because most of the solutions today are taking a top-down approach to integrating this new extended network, the cost and complexity is growing very rapidly. The control and requirements for these solutions are quickly getting out of the hands of the people who needed it most and know its requirements best: the plant staff. Advanced manufacturing execution system (MES) providers are working Read More
Electronic Product Code (EPC): A Key to RFID
The real benefits of radio frequency identification will be achieved, when the integration of the EPC data will be a substantial part for the control of supply

radio frequency allocation  is stored on a radio frequency identification (RFID) tag. Once it is retrieved from the tag, it can be associated with dynamic data such as where an item originated or the date of its production. Users of EPC codes will have to purchase the numbers from EPCglobal ( www.epcglobalinc.org ), the organization behind the evolving RFID standards, and which assigns these numbers to identify the manufacturer, product, and serial number. EPCglobal , (the former Auto-ID Center ) is a not-for-profit research Read More
Cost-justifying Warehouse Management Technologies in Small and Midsized Warehouses
The warehouse management system (WMS) concept has matured into a collection of time-tested technologies that reduce inventory costs and increase overall

radio frequency allocation  Sage Accpac WMS is radio frequency (RF) based-that is, it operates on a RF network with RF terminals, access points and antennas, and utilizes barcode technology, thus enabling a paperless environment. One of the most important elements of Sage Accpac WMS is its ability to provide real-time transaction verification. The system performs instant verification of data entry and provides error notification while an operator is still performing the current task. This real-time verification ensures accuracy, Read More
Made2Manage: Engineer-to-Order (ETO ERP) Competitor Analysis Report
The engineer-to-order (ETO) enterprise resource planning knowledge base supports the requirements of companies that manufacture products based their customers

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Best Practices for Next-generation IP Address Management
Effective IP management requires proper allocation of address space for adequate address capacity as needed, as well as accurate configuration of DHCP and DNS

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