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Let the (Excess) Inventory Flow!
Because companies focus primarily on new product development and promotion, the problem of excess and obsolete inventory, once addressed, often leads to both

cost of carrying inventory  is about managing the cost of maintaining unnecessarily high levels of inventory against the risk of running out of stock at a crucial moment of truth (MOT) when a customer actually wants something. In a variety of aspects, inventory management is at the heart of the supply chain management (SCM) realm. Supply chain organizations are responsible for all the processes from sales and operations planning (S&OP) to customer fulfillment, inventory optimization, and new product delivery and introduction Read More...
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Is There a Smarter Way to Handle Excess Active and Obsolete Inventory?
Imagine the convenience of a 24x7 intranet marketplace where companies could sell off their inventory to the highest bidder. FreeFlow is one such business

cost of carrying inventory  has to add the cost of freight to already thin excess inventory recoveries) Managing collections from all sales and paying the user company in a single monthly payment Whether a user company is an original equipment manufacturer (OEM) or a contract manufacturer, excess component inventory severely impacts its bottom line. Still, liquidating these excess components is seldom on a buyer's priority list, at least not until the accrued dollar amount comes to management's attention. Only then comes a flurry Read More...
Justification of ERP Investments Part 1: Quantifiable Benefits from an ERP System
Studies that surveyed manufacturers about the impact of ERP systems on firm performance indicate that company size and industry do not affect the results

cost of carrying inventory  inventory carrying costs. The cost of carrying inventory includes not only interest but also the costs of warehousing, handling, obsolescence, insurance, taxes, damage, and shrinkage. With interest rates of 10 percent, the carrying costs can be 25 percent to 30 percent. ERP systems lead to lower inventories because manufacturers can make and buy only what is needed. Demands rather than demand insensitive order points drive time phased plans. Deliveries can be coordinated to actual need dates; orders for 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

cost of carrying inventory  a rise in their cost of goods. Given that they may have little leverage to pass those rising costs on to prospective buyers, distributors are further squeezed and challenged to confront their inventory issues. Finally, competition is intensifying in the distribution arena. Many distributors willingly accept reduced margins to drive inventory turns, putting further pressure on profit margins across the board. What's more, in some cases, manufacturers are attempting to bypass distributors and go straight Read More...
Achieving Effective Inventory Management
In today’s competitive business environment, wholesale distributors face critical factors that directly affect customer satisfaction and profit margins. These

cost of carrying inventory  with the following formula: Cost of goods from stock sales and transfers during the past 12 months Average inventory value If the total cost of goods sold over the past 12 months is $6 million and the average full inventory cost is $1 million, the distributor has achieved six inventory turnovers. Again, only consider stock items in the calculation, so that measurements reflect only those sales that are filled with warehouse inventory. If non-stock or drop-ship sales are included in the numerator of the Read More...
The Integrated Information Management Infrastructure: The Business Value of the Best-of-Suite Approach
Overlooking how an application fits into your overall IT landscape can lead to costly implementations. But addressing data management with middleware solutions

cost of carrying inventory  landscape can lead to costly implementations. But addressing data management with middleware solutions that work seamlessly with existing applications in your company’s IT environment can lead to significant benefits. Explore the value of technology decisions that support and maintain infrastructure-wide interoperability with regard to your data management solutions. Read More...
The Impact of CRM and Sales Process: Monetizing the Value of Sales Effectiveness
To work through all the issues necessary to improve sales performance, executives have a number of options for leveraging people and knowledge. However, an area

cost of carrying inventory  Impact of CRM and Sales Process: Monetizing the Value of Sales Effectiveness To work through all the issues necessary to improve sales performance, executives have a number of options for leveraging people and knowledge. However, an area that shows significant potential for helping sales teams meet or exceed their goals is the effective alignment of sales process and technology. Executives looking to optimize performance should consider this approach to achieve their goals. Read More...
The Value of Measuring End-User Experience from a Global Point of Presence
As businesses expand to different geographies and markets, they develop new types of online tools and services to ensure growth. As end users interacts with

cost of carrying inventory  Value of Measuring End-User Experience from a Global Point of Presence As businesses expand to different geographies and markets, they develop new types of online tools and services to ensure growth. As end users interacts with these tools, it becomes critical to gain insight into the end-user experience. This white paper discusses the need to measure end-user experience from a global perspective and also how Site24x7 can help organizations achieve optimal level of quality end-user experience. Read More...
In Defense of Data Centers: The Positive Role IT Can Play in the Greening of Business
Corporate concern for the environment is no longer just an issue of compliancy. Businesses are becoming increasingly concerned about how much energy is required

cost of carrying inventory  Defense of Data Centers: The Positive Role IT Can Play in the Greening of Business Corporate concern for the environment is no longer just an issue of compliancy. Businesses are becoming increasingly concerned about how much energy is required by their IT operations, especially by their data centers. Greening IT starts in the data center: find out how data center consolidation—and other solutions—can help you reduce energy consumption, and even increase productivity and efficiency. Read More...
Dynamic Best Practices of Vulnerability Management
Vulnerability management, the discovery of vulnerabilities and assessment of the risk to the network, is a critical part of both the security and business

cost of carrying inventory  and at an average cost of $235 to patch a desktop, patching all vulnerabilities as rapidly as possible becomes cost prohibitive. Classifying resources by categories is the best practice for vulnerability management (see Exhibit 3 on next page). Tier the hierarchy of assets by value to the business. Critical databases, financial systems and other business critical assets must be in a higher category than clerical desktops, non-production servers and remote laptops. Limit the higher priority categories by Read More...
Justification of ERP Investments Part Three: Costs of Implementing an ERP System
Enterprise resource planning (ERP) implementation costs can be divided into one-time costs and ongoing annual costs. Both types of costs can be segmented into

cost of carrying inventory  Costs Software . The cost of an ERP software package varies widely, ranging from $30,000 (USD) for micro-based packages to several million for some mainframe packages. The number of concurrent users generally drives the software costs, so that smaller systems cost less. For illustrative and general guideline purposes, the software package costs range from $50,000 to $200,000 (USD) for smaller manufacturers. In addition to the ERP software package, one-time costs may include systems software, development Read More...
Software-as-a-service ERP versus On-premise ERP through the Lens of Total Cost of Ownership
This IDC white paper looks at the growing applicability of software as a service (SaaS) for enterprise-level business applications, and analyzes the adoption

cost of carrying inventory  the Lens of Total Cost of Ownership This IDC white paper looks at the growing applicability of software as a service (SaaS) for enterprise-level business applications, and analyzes the adoption rate and total cost of ownership (TCO) of this technological approach. Download this white paper to find out how a hosted option can drive significant cost savings, reduce initial implementation times, and bring new functionality with relative ease and convenience. Read More...
Best-of-Breed Versus Complete CAD-PLM Suites: The Debate Rages On
The PLM world is currently witness to fervent debate on the most appropriate type of PLM/CAD software. Best-of-breed solutions offer the needed capabilities and

cost of carrying inventory  of-Breed Versus Complete CAD-PLM Suites: The Debate Rages On The PLM world is currently witness to fervent debate on the most appropriate type of PLM/CAD software. Best-of-breed solutions offer the needed capabilities and hence integrate the necessary software modules as per the customer’s needs, whereas all-in-one CAD/PLM suites attempt a “one size fits all” approach. In his report, TEC principal analyst P.J. Jakovljevic provides his view on the intricacies of these two approaches. Read More...

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