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Trade Promotion: Taming the Bear
Survey says: trade promotion spending is up, but the majority of consumer package goods (CPG) companies aren’t spending wisely. Reuse of same old seasonal promotions, supply not meeting demand, and invoice errors also contribute to a decreased return on investment (ROI). Trade promotion management (TPM) can provide visibility into the life cycle of each promotion—so you can provide better service to your customers.

BEAR STEARNS: Trade Promotion: Taming the Bear Trade Promotion: Taming the Bear Source: SAP Document Type: White Paper Description: Survey says: trade promotion spending is up, but the majority of consumer package goods (CPG) companies aren’t spending wisely. Reuse of same old seasonal promotions, supply not meeting demand, and invoice errors also contribute to a decreased return on investment (ROI). Trade promotion management (TPM) can provide visibility into the life cycle of each promotion—so you can provide
2/1/2008 12:13:00 PM

Increasing the Value of Your Enterprise Through Improved Supply Chain DecisionsPart 3: Conclusion
There remains no shortage of experts and solutions that purport to have the keys to improving your supply chain. However, executives who bear bottom line responsibility for the performance of the enterprise would do well to evaluate every potential new program from the perspective outlined here.

BEAR STEARNS: place. However, executives who bear bottom line responsibility for the performance of the enterprise would do well to evaluate every potential new program from the perspective outlined here. The crucial questions are these: Will a particular program enable the people in your organization to make significantly better decisions in less time with respect to inventory and supply chain flexibility? If so, how will improved financial performance result through improved supply chain capabilities? An affirmative
11/13/2002

The Safe Port Act of 2006—What Section 203 Will Mean to Your Importing Business
The US Safe Port Act is the most comprehensive step yet taken toward transitioning voluntary supply chain security programs into actual requirements for US importers, their foreign vendors, and every entity in between. While this should increase security, someone will have to bear the costs. That’s why understanding the current discussion is critical to evaluating the impact on your business.

BEAR STEARNS: someone will have to bear the costs. That’s why understanding the current discussion is critical to evaluating the impact on your business. The Safe Port Act of 2006—What Section 203 Will Mean to Your Importing Business style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Related Topics:   Supply Chain Management (SCM),   International Trade Logistics (ITL),   Customs and Excise,   Import and Export Management,   Trading Partner Management Source: VISCO Learn more about VISCO Readers who
2/20/2007 3:35:00 PM

Evaluating and Contracting for Cloud Financials
For an increasing number of companies, the costs of owning and operating on-premise software are a burden they are no longer willing to bear. Fortunately, cloud computing is transforming the way companies use computing services by simplifying IT infrastructure, and shifting costs and risks from clients to vendors. Discover how global companies are using cloud computing to manage their financials faster and more easily.

BEAR STEARNS: no longer willing to bear. Fortunately, cloud computing is transforming the way companies use computing services by simplifying IT infrastructure, and shifting costs and risks from clients to vendors. Discover how global companies are using cloud computing to manage their financials faster and more easily. Evaluating and Contracting for Cloud Financials style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Related Topics:   Accounting and Financial Management,   Software Selection,   Software
2/5/2010 10:53:00 AM

Announcing the Upcoming TEC CRM Buyer’s Guide: Focus on Innovation » The TEC Blog
the client ought to bear in mind of few key problems. like the creation date of the software, database theme of the CRM used, and after all the price of the software. CRM Software desiree on 7 September, 2011 at 4:52 pm # i would like an free trial of CRM vendors in Norway * Name: * E-mail (private) : Web site: XHTML: You can use these tags: --> * Comments: * Spam protection: Sum of 8 + 10 ?     Notify me of followup comments via e-mail --> The TEC Blog Discussing Enterprise Software and Selection Tag

BEAR STEARNS: business software, buyers guide, Cloud, collaboration, CRM, customer management, customer relationship management, innovation, Mobile, SaaS, SCRM, social, TEC, Technology Evaluation, Technology Evaluation Centers, Technology Evaluation Centers Inc., blog, analyst, enterprise software, decision support.
02-08-2011

SAP Declares Victory Over Manugistics, Takes Aim at i2
On February 25 in Waltham, Massachusetts, SAP proclaimed itself the number two vendor of supply chain management solutions. Many in the room were openly skeptical, but does SAP have a case?

BEAR STEARNS: brought vast resources to bear on APO development and implementation, it has yet to show mastery in these other areas. Manugistics and i2 are no doubt taking seriously SAP s movement into this marketplace and are developing strategies to handle an adversary with the potential to capture large portions of their market share over the next 12 to 24 months. Most in their favor is their superior understanding of the SCM business, though this gap will decrease as time passes and SAP gains more experience with
3/15/2000

Customer Relationship Management StrategiesPart One: Changing Your Approach
Mid-sized companies have the agility of small businesses, and are resource-rich enough to handle CRM implementation. However, without comprehensive planning, attainable objectives, metrics, and check points mid-sized companies will not realize success and full potential from their CRM system.

BEAR STEARNS: chance to mature and bear fruit. Only 30 percent of companies that implement CRM systems have a measurement strategy, while 15 percent don t have any type of plan. Be sure to separate your CRM metrics from other company initiatives. That is to say, try to differentiate the effect of your CRM program from other influences, such as new technology or market conditions. How much of the 45 percent increase in sales is due to customer relationship management as opposed to the holiday season? Coordinate your
2/14/2005

Business-to-business Price Segmentation—Outlined and Explained
The central premise of price segmentation, especially in business-to-business environments, is that pricing should be consistent for similar deals. The process quantifies similarity by empirically determining which deal circumstances affect price response, enabling companies to benchmark prices against similar transactions.

BEAR STEARNS: what the market will bear at a macro-level, but what customers in each pricing segment will bear as well. For example, high-volume, repeat customers may be less sensitive to small price adjustments than new, low-volume customers. However, accurately assessing the pricing and margin characteristics of customers, products, and deals is a complex challenge. This is further complicated by a preponderance of special terms, packaging, promotions, off-invoice adjustments, and one-off costs that are common in
5/25/2007

Does Supply Chain Management Software Make Sense in Wholesale Distribution?
This paper examines the steel service center segment of the wholesale distribution industry as a case in point of the challenges facing distributors and the relief offered through supply chain software.

BEAR STEARNS: on their vendors to bear more of the risk of time and money in the total supply chain equation. Vendors, including steel service centers, are being asked to hold inventory, thereby assuming the lead time risk and the risk of investing working capital. They are being asked to do this while maintaining, or even lowering, the amount that they charge the OEM for the product/service bundle. The extended supply chain - all of the organizations, resources and processes that are required to meet customer demand
9/8/2001

Microsoft’s Latest Acquisitions: Who Benefits? » The TEC Blog
they can bring to bear on the creation of business-relevant applications and best practices. When I interviewed  To-Increase CEO Cornelis Bosch recently, here’s what he had to say: “This agreement fits well with the To-Increase strategy. Microsoft will focus on the core retail capabilities for Microsoft Dynamics AX, while To-Increase and its partners will continue to focus on vertical-specific solutions, such as fashion retail.” Retailers with end-to-end business solutions ought to be able to make

BEAR STEARNS: enterprise resource planning, ERP, microsoft dynamics ax, retail solutions, To Increase, TEC, Technology Evaluation, Technology Evaluation Centers, Technology Evaluation Centers Inc., blog, analyst, enterprise software, decision support.
05-10-2009

Manugistics Faces Uncertain Future
Formerly the SCP market leader, Manugistics has witnessed its market position erode steadily over the last several years in favor of newcomers to the market. Although a recent restructuring has brought new management and a leaner organization, it remains to be seen whether Manugistics can return to long term profitability.

BEAR STEARNS: efforts around core markets bear fruit, but not enough to recapture significant market share (70% probability). Manugistics market share has declined by approximately 60% since 1995. Unlikely candidate for acquisition by a larger vendor within the next year due to lack of suitors with both functionality need and financial wherewithal (40% probability). Vendor Recommendations Further develop middle market penetration to boost revenues: Manugistics needs to tap into new and existing alliances with ERP
8/1/1999


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