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Distinctions and Benefits of Strategic Sourcing
Strategic sourcing involves ongoing relationships, which creates the opportunity for mutually beneficial collaboration between the buyer and the suppliers. This

bullwhip effect  bullwhip effect) upstream. The bullwhip effect , as defined by the APICS Dictionary (11th edition), is as an extreme change in the supply position upstream, generated by a small change in demand downstream in the supply chain. When this happens, inventory can quickly move from being backordered to being excess. This is caused by the serial nature of communicating orders up the chain with the inherent transportation delays of moving product down the chain. This coordination of work and purchasing plans by Read More...
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Oracle Delivers In-Memory Value Chain Planning Solutions
Each of many Oracle In-Memory Applications on Oracle Engineered Systems is designed for a specific business purpose to transform an enterprise’s business

bullwhip effect  thus helping to reduce bullwhip effect and to improve on-shelf availability and inventory turns. The solution moves planning closer to the consumer by using granular consumption data, such as daily store-level point-of-sale (POS) data, to calculate a time-phased sell-in forecast. There is scalability for daily store-level replenishment planning, and both consumption-driven and traditional distribution center (DC)-level demand management are present in a single system. Oracle In-Memory Performance-Driven Read More...
A Modern Tale of Long (Supply Chain) Tails -- Part III
Part II of this blog series explained ToolsGroup’s value proposition for achieving service level excellence in distribution environments. The point of the

bullwhip effect  long tails and the bullwhip effect are broad independent concepts, they become related when traditional inventory management systems, which  do not correctly model and understand long tail demand,  order the wrong inventory to address that demand. To compensate for not having the right inventory, planners will expedite and over-order to plug the gaps and meet their customer’s needs. This overreaction is one of many causes of the bullwhip effect, and as a result, the working capital is shifted from Read More...
Avoid the Perils of Service Parts Planning in Supply Chain Management
Significant differences exist between the new parts production supply chain and the service and replacement parts supply chain. Companies using conventional

bullwhip effect  is magnified by the bullwhip effect . The bullwhip effect is an extreme change in the upstream supply position in a supply chain resulting from a small change in demand, downstream in the supply chain. As a result, inventory can quickly move from being backordered (needed in an expedited manner) to being in excess. Such a state is caused by the serial nature of communicating orders up the chain combined with the inherent transportation delays of moving product down the chain. In new parts production Read More...
Managing Demand: Considerations for the Chemicals Industry
Enterprise systems have brought many benefits to chemical environments, but for individual enterprises, gaining these benefits requires selecting a solution

bullwhip effect  prohibitive occurrences of the bullwhip effect, whereby a small change in demand at the consumer level can lead to massive changes and inventory buildups upstream with suppliers, on short notice) has forced manufacturers to make only what they can sell with certainty, instead of adopting the if we make, they will buy approach. Recently, they have been crafting plans based on historical data, executing those plans, and developing analytics to measure performance, so as to be able to discern whether Read More...
Made2Manage Manages Throughout Soft Market
While Made2Manage reported a slim profit attributed mainly to a tax benefit, the latest revenue increase and a delivery of innovative initiatives might augur

bullwhip effect  Manages Throughout Soft Market Made2Manage Manages Throughout Soft Market P.J. Jakovljevic - August 15, 2001 Event Summary Recently, Made2Manage Systems Inc . (Nasdaq: MTMS), a provider of enterprise applications and accompanying services for small and midsize manufacturers, reported its financial results for second quarter 2001 demonstrating continued revenue growth and improvement in profitability. For the quarter ended June 30, 2001, total revenues were $8.6 million, a 11% increase from $7.2 Read More...
B2Big Deal for IBM, Ariba, and i2
IBM, Ariba and i2 announce a partnership whose goal is to accelerate the real value provided by E-commerce and whose effect is to leave some companies quaking

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Fraud Alert: Phishing-The Latest Tactics and Potential Business Impact
Phishing continues to grow and effect both consumers and businesses. Read this guide so that you are able to help protect yourself and your customers from these

bullwhip effect  Alert: Phishing-The Latest Tactics and Potential Business Impact Phishing continues to grow and effect both consumers and businesses. Read this guide so that you are able to help protect yourself and your customers from these harmful attacks. Read More...
8 Strategies to Improve Your Project Plan
Today’s project management offices (PMOs) must optimize their project plans while managing complex projects concurrently, respecting delivery dates, and

bullwhip effect  Strategies to Improve Your Project Plan What PMOs are facing today can be summarized as follows: They have to optimize their project plans, while managing several complex projects concurrently, respecting delivery dates and, at the same time, reducing resource costs Source: PlanningForce Resources Related to 8 Strategies to Improve Your Project Plan : Project Plan (Wikipedia) Project Management Office (PMO) (Wikipedia) 8 Strategies to Improve Your Project Plan Project Planning is also known as : Plan Read More...
Thriving and Surviving in a Turbulent World
We can aspire to survive and even to thrive in a difficult environment if we are disciplined, bright enough and have the right tools such as a Demand and Supply

bullwhip effect  and Surviving in a Turbulent World Introduction We can aspire to survive and even to thrive in a difficult environment if we are disciplined, bright enough and have the right tools such as a Demand and Supply Chain Planning suite to support and optimize our decisions. This article outlines an adaptive management process for manufacturing executives. A Turbulent and Demanding Business World We try to run our businesses in a world that is highly turbulent and demanding. Competitors appear from Read More...
CRM in Not-for-profit Organizations
Traditionally, customer relationship management (CRM) solutions have been seen as tools for commercial enterprises, aiming to increase sales and ultimately

bullwhip effect  in Not-for-profit Organizations Traditionally, customer relationship management (CRM) solutions have been seen as tools for commercial enterprises, aiming to increase sales and ultimately profit. Although the functionality in CRM packages undoubtedly supports the commercial activities of business, it is worth exploring how the same features can be used to equally good effect in a not-for-profit (NFP) or charity environment. Find out more. Read More...
Top 10 Ways the Transition to IFRS Will Impact Your ERP System
GAAP, or Generally Accepted Accounting Principles, have long defined the standards for accounting and related practices in the US. GAAP ensures that companies

bullwhip effect  10 Ways the Transition to IFRS Will Impact Your ERP System GAAP , or Generally Accepted Accounting Principles, have long defined the standards for accounting and related practices in the US. GAAP ensures that companies can produce documents that auditors can verify according to standardized accounting practices. GAAP is also important because it provides for consistency across industries and companies. A company using GAAP can have its financials compared with similar GAAP-compliant companies. IFRS , Read More...

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