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How Can IT Help Competitiveness These Bleak Days? - Part 1
A week before this past Thanksgiving holiday (US), I was invited by a long-term analyst relationship contact at SAP to listen to (via multimedia streaming) a panel discussion on a late Friday afternoon. The expert panel explored reasons for companies to maintain IT investment even (if not especially) during difficult economic times. Bruce Richardson, the Chief Research Officer of AMR Research

cvs  report pointed to the CVS deployment of IT to increase customer satisfaction by being able to fulfill prescription orders without delays. The pharmacy retailer did this by performing the insurance verification earlier in the refill process while the customer was still available (on the phone or in the store). While I sometimes also get my family prescriptions filled by somewhat scandal-tainted Walgreens , a friend of mine that always uses CVS pointed out that perhaps CVS did this to avoid its employees Read More...

Interview with Karl Fogel of Subversion and CollabNet
Karl Fogel is a founding developer of the Subversion project and is employed by CollabNet. In the following interview, Karl covers key social aspects of coordinating developers as well as the difficulties and advantages of managing an open source, distributed development project.

cvs  that if it s in CVS it should be in our 1.0 version, if it s not in CVS it doesn t need to be. There was an inherent controversy reduction substance in our projects—at least before 1.0. Now we get into all those discussions that we put off. But we have a foundation/relationship already built with all these people that makes it a lot easier to do that because they all worked together to get to 1.0. As to how we got those developers. The numbers we have right now are roughly thirty full Read More...
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Case Study: Terumo
Terumo Cardiovascular Systems, global manufacturer and distributor of medical products, has more than 1,500 finished goods, many of which are assembled in one factory and sterilized in another. With so many products and steps in the supply chain, supply and demand planning abilities are key to smooth operations. Find out how the company saved $1 million (USD) with forecast management and requirements planning solutions.

cvs  the holiday season.” Terumo CVS implemented Demand Solutions Forecast Management (DS FM) and Demand Solutions Requirements Planning (DS RP) in 2006 to provide visibility into its multiple plants and distribution centers and to forecast the unique seasonality of its products. “Our biggest sales months are October, January and March because people avoid having surgery during the holiday season.” Demand Solutions quickly helped the company achieve its main business objectives while pleasantly Read More...
A Unique Product Lifecycle Management Tool for Private Label Retail
The Worldwide Retail Exchange (WWRE) and the Global NetXchange (GNX) have merged their complementary Web-enabled product sets to form Agentrics LLC. One outcome is the ProductVine PLM solution, which is clearly designed for and targeted to private label retailers.

cvs   Safeway , Sears , CVS , Metro Group , Walgreens , Albertsons , Tesco , Carrefour , Kingfisher , Kroger , Colesmyer , SCA , and Groupe Casino . The consolidated solution suite offers global sourcing and procurement, global supply chain collaboration, global data synchronization, and product lifecycle management (PLM) solutions to the retail industry via a subscription-based platform. Specific capabilities include Global sourcing On-line auctions Integrated sourcing Consortium buying Trading partner Read More...
SSA Global finds Little Known SCM Gems in Filling Out its Solution Portfolio
SSA Global's strategy to grow both organically and through acquisition while developing an end-to-end suite of applications with one open platform architecture has allowed this traditional enterprise resource planning vendor to evolve into a supply chain management solutions provider.

cvs  retail (with clients like CVS ), and automotive and after market service parts segments. It has developed key SCE functionality for these verticals, for example labor management with time and attendance, assignment monitoring, and forecasting. SSA Global also competes well in 3PL and manufacturing verticals with its advanced distribution capabilities, leveraging technologies gained from the EXE acquisition, such as SSA Value for value-added services, and SSA Billing and SSA Optimize for space Read More...
JDA Portfolio: For the Retail Industry Part One: Event Summary
From how to price and promote products to how to optimize profits, JDA Portfolio tries to create that perfect "moment of truth"--when the right consumer product at the right price is at the right place and at the right time. Yet, the portfolio rounding out process has to continue in earnest, especially after JDA’s aborted merger with QRS.

cvs   Carrefour , Colgate-Palmolive , CVS Pharmacy , Inc. , Dollar General Corporation , Energizer Holdings , Inc. , The Estee Lauder Companies , Inc. , H. E. Butt Grocery Company , The Kroger Company , The Limited , Meijer Stores , Michaels Stores , Sodimac , Tesco , and Wal-Mart . Further, JDA pledges to pursue emerging supply chain opportunities in all worldwide sectors of retail and manufacturing. With this new business model, JDA plans to build upon the collective JDA Portfolio to enable its combined Read More...
Interview with Jeff Bates of SourceForge.net, Slashdot, and the OSTG
Jeff Bates's experience in developing and managing SourceForge.net and Slashdot communities sheds light on encouraging the interest of participants in the open source community. He discusses important technology considerations toward aiding distributed software development efforts.

cvs  multiple branches of their CVS Xaraya is a content management system, and what Xaraya does is they have this very modular architecture. So as other people are using it they can develop these modules on their and then tell the Xaraya folks, I built this module for this thing and then the Xaraya folks can include that [into their project]. For each software product the question gets a little murkier each time because some of it depends on the technology itself I ll answer this question in the future Read More...
TEC Talks to the Open For Business ProjectFree and Open Source Software Business ModelsPart One: OF
In conversation with the Open For Business (OFBiz) project leader, David Jones, TEC discovers some of the challenges in raising an open source enterprise software solution. Mr. Jones explains his vision in this first part of three articles on maintaining a business centered around Free and open source software for the enterprise.

cvs  and they ll ask for CVS commit access or ask to be a developer on the project. We generally say that s great we d love your help, let us know when you have something and never hear from them again. The people we do hear from are generally those that have some sort of paying project to work with. That not only gives them objectives and specific things they need to learn about but they also have enough money to survive while they re doing that. TEC : Because a lot of the functionality that gets built into Read More...
Interview with Louis Suárez-Potts of OpenOffice.org and CollabNet
Louis Suárez-Potts speaks about the political and social architecture of open source communities as well as practices for successful oversight of a project. He covers specific examples from his role as community development manager for the OpenOffice.org project.

cvs  familiar tools, such as CVS, and a version of BugZilla. What about your competitors? I m switching topics a little bit here, but I don t know in the sense of OpenOffice.org that I ve seen, and maybe I m just not aware of these, but that I ve seen different distributions in the same degree that you do with say, Linux. How would you deal with that as a community? You mean have a variety of OpenOffice.org brands? Or flavors? I d be delighted, provided that the core source retained identity. An interesting Read More...

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