Controlling Costs in the Food Supply Chain

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Making a profit in this industry through cost control is all about waste—minimizing waste. Waste in the food and beverage industry can be caused by a number of different factors such as lost sales, forecast inaccuracies, production downtime, yield losses, inferior product quality, and aging stock. This white paper deals with the different components that need to be in place in order to help you gain control of costs and waste.

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ERP for Green Supply Chain Management in Manufacturing

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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

Fine-tuning the Supply Chain for Market Expansion

Staying competitive in today’s dynamic business environment is challenging for any organization. As a middle-market company, market expansion might be the right move as you pursue new business opportunities. This whitepaper outlines key areas of supply chain operations, including processes and tools, that you can leverage to aid in your expansion. Read More

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