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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

a supply chain model diagram  of these problems is a supply chain customer base that is ill-served by many of the solutions on the market today. Enterprise Applications Consulting (EAC) believes that, for many manufacturers and distributors, more complexity in supply chain management software is not the solution to more complexity in the supply chain. Rather, there is an increasingly important opportunity for less complex — and still highly robust — supply chain solutions that forego complexity in favor of usability, offer an Read More...
Supply Chain Management (SCM)
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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Streamlining for Success: The Lean Supply Chain
When flexibility and speed are requisites for success, it’s the lean organization that leads the race. World-class manufacturing organizations know the value of

a supply chain model diagram  balancing supply and demand. A Supply Chain Planning suite overlays a transactional system to provide planning, what-if scenario analysis capabilities and real-time demand commitments. Taiichi Ohno: Born in 1912, he developed the Toyota Production System using the quintessence of Japanese reasoning. He was an excellent originator of new ideas in the industrial world with a unique management style. His Japanese production system made planning for the manufacture of automobiles the most modern process in Read More...
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

a supply chain model diagram  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 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

a supply chain model diagram  Group CPM Group , a global supply chain management organization, offers at no charge a number of excellent resource guides and an archive of articles on various subjects related to contingency planning. (www.contingencyplanning.com) International Risk Management Institute This organization focuses more on insuring against risk than in mitigating risk through better strategy and design, but offers a great deal of free information on risk management. (www.irmi.com) Lloyd's of London The famed Lloyd's is Read More...
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

a supply chain model diagram  is any instance in a supply chain process that occurs outside of specified parameters. Such an event might be a late shipment from a supplier, a batch of products delivered to the wrong distribution center, a temperature- sensitive storage area becoming too hot or too cold, or customer satisfaction percentages falling below an acceptable level. Event handling and monitoring are simply not possible without correct, real-time visibility into the supply chain. When an exceptional event occurs, visibility Read More...
IQMS Finds a Quarter of a Million Dollars in Savings for Fellow Single-source Provider, Mar-Bal, Inc.


a supply chain model diagram  Finds a Quarter of a Million Dollars in Savings for Fellow Single-source Provider, Mar-Bal, Inc. Read More...
Key Performance Indicators (KPIs)-A Critical Component of Enterprise Business Intelligence (BI)
The wise enterprise recognizes the need for objective metrics and measurements and for its users to establish metrics to monitor and manage results at every

a supply chain model diagram  an enterprise must select a sophisticated BI solution with powerful KPI and other BI and CPM features that are simple enough for every user and accessible from within and outside the walls of the enterprise. See how. Read More...
Supply Chain Execution
The rubber has to meet the road everyday when managing today@s complex supply chains which are only as good as the ability of parties to synchronize

a supply chain model diagram  parties to synchronize activities and share information in real time. Softeon’s complete suite of supply chain execution solutions facilitates collaboration and includes WMS for small to mid-size businesses, order management, labor and resource management (RMS), transportation management (TMS) and complex assembly, kitting and other value-added services. Read More...
A New Supply Chain
The global trade industry is changing faster than ever before. It’s now possible for importers to have a level of visibility into their business that was

a supply chain model diagram  for importers to have a level of visibility into their business that was impossible a few years ago. Importers realize the profound effect this information will have on their ability to be profitable, and are eager to implement information solutions. So what’s the best application for you? Read More...
What's in a Name for Supply Chain Vendors?
Paragon Management Systems, now Adexa, is the latest niche supply chain management vendor to re-christen itself in the last seven months. Since July, four small

a supply chain model diagram  s in a Name for Supply Chain Vendors? What's in a Name for Supply Chain Vendors? S. McVey - February 9th, 2000 Event Summary Adexa/Paragon is the latest in a series of re-christenings to occur over the past year among niche supply chain management vendors. As explained in its recent press release, within the name Adexa are implications of 'adaptability' and 'dexterity'. Adexa's collaborative planning solution, iCollaboration, helps companies adapt their operations to the new rules of e-business while Read More...
Supply Chain Execution Suite
RedPrairie@s best-of-breed supply chain, workforce, and all-channel retail solutions put commerce in motion for many of the world@s leading companies

a supply chain model diagram  of buyers. The comprehensive and collaborative portfolio of RedPrairie supply chain and retail solution lines includes Warehouse Management, Transportation Management, Enterprise Workforce Management, Enterprise Store Operations, All-Channel Commerce, and Visibility & Performance Management. Read More...
The Elusive Goal of Supply Chain Visibility
Visibility continues to take center stage among many supply chain issues—as it has for more than a few years and is likely to for the foreseeable future. But

a supply chain model diagram  do need to take a strategic view of supply chain visibility, recognize the competitive need for real-time visibility and decision making, and commit to achieving better visibility up and down most supply chains. TEC will have more to say about these technologies and vendors in 2014. Will end users be listening, and evaluating and selecting solutions for visibility? Let us know. Read More...
Get ERP Right the First Time: A Practical Guide to Selecting and Implementing a New ERP System
Every company faces different challenges and has different needs in regard to enterprise resource planning (ERP). Choosing the right ERP system can be difficult

a supply chain model diagram  Right the First Time: A Practical Guide to Selecting and Implementing a New ERP System Every company faces different challenges and has different needs in regard to enterprise resource planning (ERP). Choosing the right ERP system can be difficult because there is really no one-size-fits-all ERP solution. However, there are certain basic principles that apply to nearly every company’s situation. Find out what they are, and learn how you can increase your chances of a successful ERP implementation. Read More...
7 Steps to an Easier Development Project, a Better Product, and a Stronger Team
Your data models are brilliant ... but only if database administrators (DBAs) and developers are on the same page. A mismatch of expectations can slow down a

a supply chain model diagram  an Easier Development Project, a Better Product, and a Stronger Team Your data models are brilliant ... but only if database administrators (DBAs) and developers are on the same page. A mismatch of expectations can slow down a project and lead to weak products. But this situation can be avoided if you develop a strategy that builds a little more teamwork. Follow seven cost-effective steps to better collaboration, and get a lot more value from your software development team’s data modeling. Read More...
Catapulting over the Supply Chain Abyss with Real-time Alerts
Despite increased use of key performance indicators (KPIs), supply chain managers’ measurement initiatives continue to come up short. Because of their

a supply chain model diagram  over the Supply Chain Abyss with Real-time Alerts Despite increased use of key performance indicators (KPIs), supply chain managers’ measurement initiatives continue to come up short. Because of their retrospective nature, KPIs offer little value to today’s complex supply chains. But several market-leading companies are using network-wide KPIs, supported by real-time alerts, to flag problems early, intervene as needed, and improve business results. Find out how. Read More...

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