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RiverOne
RiverOne provides supply chain management software and services for manufacturers to control processes between customers and suppliers. Customers realize immediate value by deploying the industry's only complete Supply Chain Control System with integrated connectivity, planning, execution, metrics, and exception management capabilities. RiverOne customers have complete control over all customer and supplier interactions including forecasting, planning, fulfillment, procurement and replenishment activities, resulting in dramatic improvements in fulfillment performance, procurement efficiency and inventory control. Read More...
INTERACTIVE
Source: RiverOne RiverOne delivers all its solutions through INTERACTIVE, the complete Supply Chain Control System. INTERACTIVE manages all supply-chain “units of currency” including: forecast, inventory, orders, invoices, BOMs, and performance metrics, and stores this data on a unified transactional database. This architecture enables the system to deliver a single or multiple real-time solutions through a single deployment. The system enables you to connect in any manner desired, collaborate appropriately, manage by exception, and plan, execute and measure together. Combined with your existing infrastructure, INTERACTIVE creates best-in-class supply-chain solutions that deliver increased productivity, improved service levels and higher inventory turns. Read More...
Customer: Eastern Food
Source: RiverOne
Eastern Foods, Inc. produces fresh goods for one of the most widely dispersed populations in the world. The leading supplier of salad dressings to airlines, Amtrak, and the cruise ship industry, Eastern is nationally known for Naturally Fresh dressings as well as premiere meat sauces and dips sold in stores and distributed to the food service industry. The job has never been easy – but it has been made easier in recent years with the implementation of Ross Systems’ iRenaissance suite of business applications for both front and back office operations. The flow of information, necessary to make critical decisions and ensure high levels of service, now travels quicker than the fast-paced industry it serves. The plant scheduler has been able to reduce the number of daily individual production jobs by as much as 20%, as well as reduce the number of changeovers, resulting in higher capacity utilization and throughput. Visibility to the forecast and orders allows for better management of the scheduled cycle of product runs, which must be closely coordinated with inventory to ensure supply is both adequate and fresh. Cycle schedule compliance has improved from 88% to 95%. Read More...
Using Visibility to Manage Supply Chain Uncertainty
Written By: Michael Bittner Published On: November 9 2005 Technology has advanced supply chain visibility beyond mere track and trace functions. Visibility can be used to manage supply chain uncertainty, thereby preemptively troubleshooting problematic areas and reallocating resources to better meet the demands of an enterprise. Read More...
Dealing with Global Trade Management Complexity
Written By: Predrag Jakovljevic Published On: June 18 2005 To optimally complete the global trade cycle, a business must automate, track, and provide visibility to the entire global trade management process to optimize its supply and distribution chains. Read More...
Global Trade Solutions: Competition, Challenges, and User Recommendations
Written By: Predrag Jakovljevic Published On: June 8 2005 The global trade management market is competitive, rapidly evolving, and highly fragmented, and competition will only increase in the future. While each GTM package will have a unique combination of features and components, it will still require data input and updating by users. Read More...
Can Webplan Reconcile Planning and Execution? Part Four: Challenges and User Recommendations
Written By: Predrag Jakovljevic Published On: July 3 2004 Webplan appears to be ahead of the pack in applications for concurrently optimizing demand, order promise, and inventory management, taking constraints into consideration. Yet, in many markets, Webplan is far from a household name. Read More...
Bridging the Reality Gap Between Planning and Execution Part Two: The Manufacturers' Perspective
Written By: Predrag Jakovljevic Published On: June 17 2004 Manufacturers today need to react quickly in order to remain efficient and competitive, given that the biggest problem they face is that change is the only constant in manufacturing. For those who are lucky, only minor changes will happen between the "as planned" and "as executed" worlds. Read More...
The Hidden Gems of the Enterprise Application Space Part Two: Sorting and Selecting SRM Software
Written By: Predrag Jakovljevic Published On: October 30 2003 No vendor provides all (if even a majority) of the required solutions for a full SRM initiative at this stage, so almost all solutions will involve best-of-breed components. Read More...
RedPrairie and JDA Software Merger, Part One: What’s (Not) to Like?
Written By: Predrag Jakovljevic Published On: November 21 2012 My blog series in 2009 entitled “A Tale of a Few Good SCM Players” talked at great length about RedPrairie Corporation, JDA Software, and Manhattan Associates, including their corporate history and acquisitions. The general feeling at the time was that hardly any of these three great supply chain management (SCM) software companies would remain independent in the Read More...
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