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Reference Guide to Supply Chain Management (SCM) Features and Functions
This guide to supply chain management (SCM) functions/features will help you determine which SCM features are a high priority for your organization. Learn about

characteristics of supply chain management  more popular capability. Demand characteristics change over the life of a product and require close attention to demand patterns to ensure that markets are not starved during ramp-up, or supplied with excess in later stages. In addition, firms are frequently left with excess inventory thanks to ECOs or other product changes, as well as at end-of-life, due to poor planning and visibility into demand cycles and communication of product phase-outs. Life cycle planning provides the ability to view sell-in Read More...
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Supply chain management (SCM) solutions include applications for managing supplier, manufacturer, wholesaler, retailer, and customer business processes. Addressing demand management, warehouse mana...
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A Modern Tale of Long (Supply Chain) Tails -- Part II
Part I of this blog series introduced the notion of long tails in modern supply chains. That blog post also introduced the vendor ToolsGroup and its solution

characteristics of supply chain management  in demand and supply characteristics. DPM accordingly features a special logic for demand signal propagation that combines the capabilities of both demand modeling and inventory modeling. The underlying idea here is to model the impact of replenishment parameters and constraints at each echelon of the supply chain. To that end, a couple of years ago ToolsGroup espoused a strategy of an optimized replenishment process via the following three business practices: Service Segmentation -- a natural extension Read More...
The Importance of Component Event Management in a PLM Strategy
Component event management promises an answer. Component event management is a methodology to systematically detect and resolve component events in the most

characteristics of supply chain management  identifiable by some key characteristics of the way the company identifies and manages component events. The first level represents a totally reactive environment, so it is classified as Level 0. Each successive level of Component Event Management Maturity is a step towards a more controlled, and more proactive Component Event Management environment. The top level, known as Level 3, represents a maturity level that incorporates the best practices for world-class organizations. A company must know where Read More...
Engineering Change Management 2.0: Better Business Decisions from Intelligent Change Management
Traditionally, change management in product development and engineering has been viewed as a way to control cost and improve efficiencies. But companies are

characteristics of supply chain management  each class also shared characteristics supporting change management in five key categories: (1) process (how companies are executing change management in their business); (2) organization (corporate focus and collaboration among stakeholders); (3) knowledge management (contextualizing data and exposing it to key stakeholders); (4) technology (selection of appropriate tools and intelligent deployment of those tools); and (5) performance measurement (the ability of the organization to measure the Read More...
How Much Supply Chain Optimization Do We Really Need? - Part 1
My recent series on how to plan and manage in uncertainty and volatility (which conditions have become the “new normal” in many sectors and industries) has

characteristics of supply chain management  or organizations with similar characteristics (e.g., A&D). Enterprise resource planning (ERP)  vendors were not much of help to Kinaxis, and were not allies either, even though RapidResponse complements their solutions nicely in the realm of operational (re)planning and execution. Most likely, these vendors did not want to admit their limited operational planning and execution capabilities, especially in a multi-enterprise setup (and Kinaxis was also partly to blame for putting down ERP systems instead Read More...
Integrating Customer Relationship Management and Service Resolution Management
The business case for integrating call center service resolution management into customer relationship management is becoming increasingly obvious, as companies

characteristics of supply chain management  Customer Relationship Management and Service Resolution Management A customer relationship management (CRM) system that accommodates complex customer-facing processes requires four key factors to give the system a competitive advantage. The first key factor lies in the application's ability to develop a complete customer profile that supports multiple business units and products. Service organizations need a wide range of customer data, including demographics, financial status, and current and Read More...
Intelligent Workload Management
Computing infrastructure today though versatile must be used wisely. Intelligent workload management (IWM) allows for efficient consumption of computing

characteristics of supply chain management  Workload Management Computing infrastructure today though versatile must be used wisely. Intelligent workload management (IWM) allows for efficient consumption of computing resources while ensuring business tasks are supported by all needed resources—and that this is all done securely. IWM tools support the building, management, monitoring, and securing of workloads. See how to run your cloud computing system with leading-edge technology. Read More...
Core HR Systems: Flawless Execution Enabling Strategic HR Management
Human resources (HR) professionals are tasked with ensuring employee needs are fulfilled and employer interests are protected. Management of core employee data,

characteristics of supply chain management  HR Systems: Flawless Execution Enabling Strategic HR Management Human resources (HR) professionals are tasked with ensuring employee needs are fulfilled and employer interests are protected. Management of core employee data, such as record-keeping, time and attendance, and payroll processing, is a cornerstone of every HR operation, and the way companies collect and maintain such data is critical. Find out what core HR management capabilities and systems today’s companies are using. Read More...
Oracle Human Capital Management Cloud Service: Simplify People Management and Build the Best Talent
In this white paper, the new challenges and opportunities that are facing modern HR organizations are discussed, and the technology innovations that Oracle has

characteristics of supply chain management  Oracle Human Capital Management, Oracle HCM, Oracle cloud, Oracle people management, Oracle talent, Oracle HR Read More...
Program Management Office: A Term Not Fully Understood
The term program management office (PMO) has been around for some time. Its core concepts, methods, and benefits have remained constant, while resources and

characteristics of supply chain management  Management Office: A Term Not Fully Understood Estrella Partners provides consultative services for all aspects of PMOs, including but not all inclusive of Program Resourcing / Staffing, Program Assessments, Program Business Case, PMO start-up, PMO Management, and any subcomponent of a program from Risk Management to Quality Assurance, to Deliverables Management, to Communications, etc... Source: Estrella Partners Group LLC Resources Related to Program Management Office: A Term Not Fully Read More...
Capitalizing on Advanced Inventory Management
Today’s distributors have an opportunity to drive performance to new levels by investing in advanced inventory management. These companies can expect to

characteristics of supply chain management  on Advanced Inventory Management In today's fast moving global marketplace, innovative companies are using their inventory to gain the competitive edge. Rather than manage inventory at the facility or company level, enterprising companies are using network-based inventory management software, which allows them to position their inventory where it is most needed and can provide the most profitability. By distributing inventory in its most advantageous positions, companies are able to achieve a Read More...
Facilitating Compliance and Intelligent Information Management with Effective Database Management
Data breach is a very real problem in business today. Every day, organizations store massive amounts of data inside database tables—data ranging from credit

characteristics of supply chain management  Compliance and Intelligent Information Management with Effective Database Management Data breach is a very real problem in business today. Every day, organizations store massive amounts of data inside database tables—data ranging from credit card transactions to product inventories. This valuable information is what runs the business. In order to protect this data and stay on top of compliance, an enterprise data management solution that respects information privacy regulations should be Read More...
KronosWorks 2011: Beyond Time Clocks for Modern Workforce Management
Kronos, the company that introduced the first micro-processor time clock in the 1970s, knows how tricky workforce management (WFM) can be. In this article, TEC

characteristics of supply chain management  2011: Beyond Time Clocks for Modern Workforce Management While there were many similarities between the KronosWorks 2011 and KronosWorks 2010 user events (see blog post on Kronos’ 2010 user conference ), attending Kronos Inc. ’s 2011 user conference was worthwhile nonetheless. Kronos knows full well that its customers’ (labor) time is money, and the company specializes in workforce management (WFM) software, which ensures that a company’s employees complete their assigned jobs and Read More...
Mobile Workforce Management Strategies: The Future of Strategic Mobile Workforce & Expense Management
The by-product of a changing economy, increasingly mobile and remote workforces are fueled by the proliferation of high-speed networks. This white paper

characteristics of supply chain management  Workforce Management Strategies: The Future of Strategic Mobile Workforce & Expense Management The by-product of a changing economy, increasingly mobile and remote workforces are fueled by the proliferation of high-speed networks. This white paper outlines how to best manage a rapid transition to work environments that support a global, mobile, and remote workforce, making the best of their skills and maintaining their identification with the organization, its culture, and its goals. Read More...

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