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Adaptive Planning and Optimization for Supply Chain Networks

Source: SAP Dynamic efficiencies can help companies combat margin erosion and cope with compressed product lifecycles. By shifting from advanced planning to adaptive planning, enterprises can increase their top and bottom line. Integrating the demand planning network, optimizing the supply chain network, and strengthening execution planning will help this move to adaptive planning and eliminate pockets of waste.

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ERP for Green Supply Chain Management in Manufacturing
Source: IFS Manufacturers are under pressure to document their impact on the environment. This white paper addresses the various drivers for the green supply chain trend. It also shares considerations for satisfying a customer’s green supply chain initiative or initiating your own. Finally, it discusses the role of enterprise software like enterprise resource planning (ERP) in keeping pace with this industry trend. Read More...
TEC 2013 Supply Chain Management Buyer’s Guide
Source: Technology Evaluation Centers Published On: August 27 2013 This buyer’s guide provides an overview of supply chain management (SCM), including an in-depth look at the major issues affecting the supply chain today, and explains how SCM software can fulfill these needs. The guide also takes a broad look at major next-generation technology trends and how they are affecting SCM solutions. Included in this guide is a special report on the wholesale distribution industry, with an examination of the challenges facing this industry, and the innovation and technology that are driving change. Read More...
Sales Tax and the Supply Chain: Avoiding Audit in High-Risk Areas
Source: Avalara State sales tax revenue is second only to property tax as a source of revenue. And as states grow hungrier, they increase their audit scrutiny of high risk industries like manufacturing and distribution. For businesses providing products and services along the supply chain, sales tax audit risk isn’t always obvious, but, the transactions along the way can expose wholesalers, manufacturers, distributors, and retailers to audit risk. This Q&A reviews pressing questions of supply chain audit risk. Read More...


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Warehouse Management for Wholesale Distributors: The Adaptive Supply Chain Network
Source: itelligence, Inc To meet the challenges of rapidly changing market dynamics, wholesale distribution companies must transform traditional linear supply chains and their sequential processes into virtual communities or ecosystems—that is, into adaptive supply chain networks (ASCNs). Read about how warehouse management systems can help companies and their partners avoid supply chain problems. Read More...
Case Study: Terumo
Source: Demand Management Inc. Terumo Cardiovascular Systems, global manufacturer and distributor of medical products, has more than 1,500 finished goods, many of which are assembled in one factory and sterilized in another. With so many products and steps in the supply chain, supply and demand planning abilities are key to smooth operations. Find out how the company saved $1 million (USD) with forecast management and requirements planning solutions. Read More...
Understanding and Managing Supply Chain Risk
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