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Supply Chain Shorts for the Week of October 14, 2013
This week: Kewill, LLamasoft, GAINSystems, Smart Software, Nipendo, Amber Road, Teletrac, Park City Group, Lagoa, and GE.KewillWhat is going on at Kewill

water transportation  an immense 320+ ton water evaporator, used in the extraction of crude oil from the Canadian oil sands, from Washington state to where it is needed in the province of Alberta. Comparable in size to a Space Shuttle orbiter, the water evaporator (about 250 feet long and 2 stories high) seems to have an even greater challenge than the retired shuttle Endeavor, which, after all, only had to go about 12 miles through the streets of Los Angeles to get to its final resting place. GE’s water evaporator has to

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Transportation Management Systems

Transportation management systems should provide the basic components of a shared information system to support collaboration, rates, routes, roles, transaction sets, documents, and information exchanged to facilitate the booking, execution, and settlement of transportation movements. 

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SAPped Catalyst Warns in Wake of CEO Departure


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Supply Chain Shorts for the Week of February 11, 2013


We're trying out a new feature on you this week: snippets of supply chain news designed for quick and easy consumption, including insights and sound bites, perhaps occasionally bordering on the irreverent. We'd like to think of this as a conversation with you. Let us know what you think.Oracle held its Value Chain Summit last week in San Francisco. Were you there? Rick Jewell, Oracle senior vice

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PipeChain Adds Pragmatism Onto Simplicity


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What Makes a Green Supply Chain?


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water transportation  by reducing air and water pollution, waste material, scrap, and resource and energy consumption, we can help make the environment greener and contribute to the overall goal of GSC. Adopting lean manufacturing processes is one way of getting there.  When manufacturers start reducing waste at each step of the process in order to deliver the most cost effective product to the customer, the manufacturing process becomes a lean process.  Additionally, improving quality of the process means we are actually Read More

A Manufacturer’s Guide to Lowering Transportation Costs


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water transportation  Manufacturer’s Guide to Lowering Transportation Costs Manufacturers already apply transportation management systems (TMSs) to outbound shipping, but they often overlook the money they could save by using a TMS to control inbound shipping costs as well. Find out how improved inbound transportation practices can help you predict true total delivered costs, get visibility on inbound shipments, enforce routing guides, optimize freight, and minimize accessorial charges. Read More

Transportation Management System (TMS)


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water transportation  Management System (TMS) Transportation Management System (TMS): The ability to manage orders, optimize loads, select the best carriers, tender shipments, manifest parcel, track their progress, and manage claims can reduce transportation costs by 10 to 30 percent. Freight Audit & Payment: By allowing experts to manage your contracts, audit your bills, allocate the charges, make the payments, and report the results, you are assured of paying the correct amount. Business Intelligence: Having Read More

Engineering and Environmental Simulation Software for Water Resource Applications


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The Many Angles to Dive into the BPM Water


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water transportation  Dive into the BPM Water These days, the concepts of business process management (BPM) have become more unified, and BPM functionality from different vendors seems to be more converged. However, organizations may have their own reasons for adopting BPM—different business features and requirements will lead to different matching points between adopting organizations and BPM solutions. In the mean time, BPM vendors are using various selling points to differentiate their product offerings and to touch Read More

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water transportation  on the Water: Do You Know Where It Is? Today, more and more companies are purchasing goods from overseas. But once those goods are on the water, many companies find it difficult to keep track of where they are at any given time. Ineffective container management leads to extra costs, but with Sage ERP X3’s import tracking functionality, business functions are tied together in a single database—enabling real-time access to information and improving productivity. Read More

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Sterling Commerce TMS


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