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APICS 2009 From the Expo Floor: Is S&OP Coming of Age? - Part 5
Part 1 of this blog series talked about my attendance of the APICS 2009 international conference in Toronto, Canada in early October. I attended few education

input and collaboration from suppliers and partners  meet capacity constraints Incorporate input from both downstream and upstream trading partners for a more complete inter-enterprise S&OP picture The Executive S&OP Workbench is en essential tool for an  integrated business planning (IBP)  and management program. Generally speaking, an S&OP workbench needs to be integrated and synchronized with the underlying supply chain planning (SCP) components so that any changes made in plans during or between S&OP meetings can be reflected in the workbench’s Read More...
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Logility Connections 2014—Enabling Supply Chain at Your Fingertips
The recently held Logility Connections 2014 conference exuded the supply chain vendor’s habitual optimism and customarily upbeat and stable financial results

input and collaboration from suppliers and partners  need for manual data input and manipulation.   Logility Voyager Thumbprint   At Connections 2014, Logility also announced another upcoming solution, Logility Voyager Thumbprint , a mobile application across Android, iOS, and Windows. Designed for ease of use and quick access to relevant information, Voyager Thumbprint aims to deliver key supply chain insights, well, “at your fingertips.” Needless to say, access and visibility to data across the enterprise and beyond its four walls is critical to Read More...
Web 2.0 --
Another buzzword (albeit not another three letter acronym [TLA]) that has slowly (or not) but surely crept into our collective mind is certainly Web 2.0

input and collaboration from suppliers and partners  required the user to input data, which would then be sent to the server to process it, and only then to return a new generated page to the user with the results. Also, the user interface (UI) elements were of quite limited interactive capabilities and user friendliness. Such limitations could in the past be overcome in various ways (workarounds): Some innovative vendors have solved the problem of server processing by dividing the screen into sections, so that only one section would send all the data to Read More...
The Hidden Role of Data Quality in E-Commerce Success
Successful e-commerce relies on intelligible, trustworthy content. To achieve this, companies need a complete solution at their back- and front-ends, so they

input and collaboration from suppliers and partners  synonyms. This facilitates matching input data to internal systems and shoppers' searches to your product master. The normalization strategies used for search should also be employed when loading product masters to create consistent, searchable e-catalogs. Fuzzy retrieval - for finding data without a precise key (e.g., a product number) or under conditions in which data is inconsistent or missing. An inbound transaction or user search must be joined to an optimal set of matches from thousands, even Read More...
Space: The Final Frontier How Retailers Make Shelf Space Allocation Decisions
In both retail and consumer goods sectors, the gap between winners and losers widens every day. What is it about the winners that make them more and more

input and collaboration from suppliers and partners  on suppliers' knowledge and input in making category decisions. As shown in figure 4, supplier knowledge is almost as important as POS information in managing categories and shelf space. Retailers frequently are not willing to hand over the final category management decisions to the supplier, but they do leverage the information and experience of the supplier. Figure 4 Many suppliers would like to manage categories. A case can be made for it based on the supplier's depth of knowledge, expertise, and Read More...
Thou Shalt Manage (and Cherish) Thy (Best) Suppliers
In its recent report, Shifting C-level Business Priorities as the Recovery Takes Hold, Saugatuck Technologies claims that top business priorities are returning

input and collaboration from suppliers and partners  Shalt Manage (and Cherish) Thy (Best) Suppliers Thou Shalt Manage (and Cherish) Thy (Best) Suppliers In its recent report Shifting C-level Business Priorities as the Recovery Takes Hold , Saugatuck Technologies claims that top business priorities are returning to a pattern more consistent with a growth economy. This was the case in the company’s 2006 research, wherein sales/revenue growth, which led the list of top business goals, was followed by reaching new customers. However, a sign of the trying Read More...
20 Questions that Keep Automotive Part Suppliers Awake at Night


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The Business Case for Supply Chain Collaboration
Leading retailers and manufacturers are dramatically improving sales and profits by embracing a new supply chain model built upon sharing point-of-sale demand

input and collaboration from suppliers and partners  Business Case for Supply Chain Collaboration Leading retailers and manufacturers are dramatically improving sales and profits by embracing a new supply chain model built upon sharing point-of-sale demand data and closely collaborating on forecasts. Research conclusively demonstrates demand driven collaborative supply chain models drive more accurate forecasts, fewer out-of-stocks, higher sales, and higher operating margins. By following the best practices outlined in this white paper, you can also Read More...
Lessons from ERP Implementation Failures: Hear from the Experts
It’s the software industry’s dirty little secret. Over 65 percent of software implementations fail—wasting untold amounts of time, money, and resources. Learn

input and collaboration from suppliers and partners  from ERP Implementation Failures: Hear from the Experts It’s the software industry’s dirty little secret. Over 65 percent of software implementations fail—wasting untold amounts of time, money, and resources. Learn from a panel of experts how to make sure your company doesn’t suffer these kinds of losses. Of course, making the right ERP selection goes a long way in avoiding major implementation pitfalls. That’s why Lessons from ERP Implementation Failures gives you the right approach to Read More...
Compaq Partners with Red Hat in Linux Support Deal
Compaq Computer Corp. and Red Hat, Inc. announced that Compaq will provide call center support for the Red Hat Linux operating system.

input and collaboration from suppliers and partners  Partners with Red Hat in Linux Support Deal Compaq Partners with Red Hat in Linux Support Deal R.A. Krause - October 20th, 1999 Event Summary October 18, 1999 Red Hat (R), Inc., the leading provider of open source Linux-based operating system (OS) solutions (>65% of market) and Compaq Computer Corp. today expanded their strategic partnership to provide call center support for worldwide users of the Official Red Hat Linux OS. Under the agreement, Compaq's Customer Services organization, which serves Read More...
How to Get the Most from Your Supply Chain: SCM Reaches the Mid-market
Today’s midsized distributors can benefit from their software systems in ways that were impossible a few years ago. By layering advanced, affordable supply

input and collaboration from suppliers and partners  to Get the Most from Your Supply Chain: SCM Reaches the Mid-market How to Get the Most from Your Supply Chain: SCM Reaches the Mid-market If you receive errors when attempting to view this white paper, please install the latest version of Adobe Reader. Established in 1993, Technology Evaluation Centers, Inc. (TEC) is the first web-native technology research enterprise. TEC provides decision support systems (DSS). Decision makers can now leverage data vetted by our analysts to evaluate, compare, and Read More...
The New Face of Competitiveness for Automotive Suppliers
The new face of competitiveness, much like today’s automotive products, requires the highest degree of efficiency and innovation. And the leaders are moving in

input and collaboration from suppliers and partners  New Face of Competitiveness for Automotive Suppliers The new face of competitiveness, much like today’s automotive products, requires the highest degree of efficiency and innovation. And the leaders are moving in the right direction at a high speed. Yet most companies cannot and will not want to undertake the journey overnight. Regardless of your company’s current state, every automotive company can take practical steps now. Download this white paper to find out what they are. Read More...
Making Customer Experiences a Reality-Five Steps from Vision to Execution
Successful customer experiences change the competitive landscape by separating your company from the competition. Industry wisdom thus has companies focusing on

input and collaboration from suppliers and partners  Customer Experiences a Reality-Five Steps from Vision to Execution Successful customer experiences change the competitive landscape by separating your company from the competition. Industry wisdom thus has companies focusing on increasing transaction efficiency. However, by executing a customer-centric strategy—with a clear process enforced along every channel of customer interaction—you will tap into the emotions and aspirations of your customers, creating a personal and long-standing Read More...
SOA From a Management Perspective: Part Two
Despite the numerous benefits companies can expect from service-oriented architecture, the technology is still relatively new and implementation costs are steep

input and collaboration from suppliers and partners  From a Management Perspective: Part Two This is Part Two of a two-part note. Part One provides a basic understanding of SOA, the rollout plans for major software vendors, and the benefits of SOA. Concerns About SOA Back in the day when procedures and subroutines were all the rage, there was a performance concern: Did the use of subroutines, with all of its branching back and forth and passing of data, degrade performance as opposed to duplicating the code in stream? The same concern with message Read More...
SurfAid is Not Enough: IBM Partners with WebCriteria
IBM is partnering with WebCriteria to make it possible for users of its SurfAid traffic analysis package to use the WebCriteria product for improved analysis of

input and collaboration from suppliers and partners  is Not Enough: IBM Partners with WebCriteria SurfAid is Not Enough: IBM Partners with WebCriteria D. Geller - June 6, 2000 Event Summary WebCriteria sells a product that evaluates a website in terms of the reactions of real surfers, as captured in a model (see TEC article Will Max Get Mad When He Surfs Your Website? ) . The WebCriteria product, Max, is not a replacement for traditional traffic analysis. It can be a valuable adjunct that provides insight into why the traffic numbers come out the way Read More...

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