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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

decisions made by inventory managers  shipments), and make stocking decisions based on an optimal mapping of supply to demand. This is the promise and the reality of advanced inventory management. Such systems are capable of providing distribution managers with a big picture over operations while managing the full inventory lifecycle from sourcing to stocking to shipping. Advanced inventory management systems possess several core capabilities: Stock Level Calculation —This capability enables distributors to determine stock levels based on Read More...
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The simplified definition of enterprise resource planning (ERP) software is a set of applications that automate finance and human resources departments and help manufacturers handle jobs such as or...
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Finance and Accounting Solutions Buyer’s Guide for Small to Medium Enterprises
For large organizations, enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems promise big gains by helping grow revenue and increase productivity. But can ERP benefit

decisions made by inventory managers  can ultimately make better decisions about corporate objectives and strategies. Right now, most of the ERP action is happening in the midmarket. More and more midsize companies which are rather broadly defined as organizations that earn more than $50 million annually in revenue but less than $1 billion are looking to replace outdated ERP systems or jump into the technology for the first time. In fact, Boston-based AMR Research says in its ERP Market Sizing Report, 2006'2011, in the small and midsize Read More...
Challenges of the Future: The Rebirth of Small Independent Retail in America
By any measure, retailers are overwhelming small businesses. More than 95 percent of all retailers have only one store. Almost 90 percent have sales less than

decisions made by inventory managers  a series of big decisions that we implemented in 1996, 1997 and 1998. The first was to aggressively develop our non-apparel businesses. That was the best decision I've made since I've been here. We decided to develop our cosmetics, shoe, jewelry and accessories categories, with the ultimate goal of doing as much in non-apparel as we were doing in apparel. The margins are higher, the turn is faster, the risk is less and they build store traffic. When you see folks every day in your store for these Read More...
Identifying the ROI of a Software Application for Supply Chain Management Part 4: Just Give Us the Bottom Line
Managers weighing an investment in software for supply chain face pressure to be right. Looking for a precise calculation of ROI often results in making an

decisions made by inventory managers  often lead to additional decisions that are made without adequate research and consideration in an effort to recover from the first one. Where To Start    An investment in supply chain management software may accrue to your company benefits that manifest themselves through four strategic effects. They are top line revenue growth, reducing requirements for working capital, return on assets, and higher margins. The intermediate effects and the metrics (bulleted) that drive them are outlined below: Top Read More...
Business Intelligence for Consumer Packaged Goods: Actionable Insights for Business Decision Makers
Consumer packaged goods (CPG) companies have made big investments in data collection and integration. But, much of the data from their IT systems hasn’t been

decisions made by inventory managers  distributing it more widely, decisions can be made at the point of impact. But to ensure that the data can be trusted, a solid data foundation must first be established and aligned with the master data. 2.0 Simplicity and Relevance Effective business intelligence is both simple and relevant: simple to allow a large number of users to access the information through an interactive, user-friendly interface regardless of the type or source of information and relevant so that users can employ it to address Read More...
Zooming into an Inventory Free Flow
FreeFlow, a provider of business services with a patented technology, aims to help companies improve product life cycle profitability by providing a unique

decisions made by inventory managers  charge of the key decisions (such as what inventory to liquidate and at what target price), but the business services provider takes care of everything else. There is no software to install and maintain, and with a pay-as-you-use software-as-a-service (SaaS) model, users have no lengthy payback period to justify on a software license. Further, the user's staffers can remain focused on their core tasks, not on managing brokers and juggling spreadsheets, e-mails, and phone calls (see What Is Software as a Read More...
Beyond Talent Development: Managers as Talent Leaders
There’s a war going on, and many companies are fighting it—and losing. It’s a war to attract and retain great talent. While projected economic growth is fueling

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SAP to Acquire Inventory Optimization Vendor SmartOps
SAP announced on Friday evening its intention to (finally) acquire SmartOps, a move much anticipated for some time. The most enduring mystery about this is not

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Seeing the Big Picture: Better Business Decisions through IT
And you can find out how in the TEC report seeing the big picture: a corporate guide to better decisions through it.

decisions made by inventory managers  Big Picture: Better Business Decisions through IT If you've ever had the feeling that you're making decisions without all the necessary information , you're not alone. Nine out of ten corporate executives admit to the same problem.* But if you're an executive at a small or midsized business, what's the solution? You don't have the deep pockets of a big corporation to develop an elaborate IT infrastructure, but you still need an up-to-the-minute, 360-degree view of your operation to make the right Read More...
The First Steps to Achieving Effective Inventory Control
Despite varying locations and industries, distributors worldwide often face similar inventory-related problems. Too much of one product, not enough of another

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Unlocking Working Capital: Best Practices for Reducing Inventory
Two-thirds of the 400 survey participants in a 2007 Aberdeen report about inventory management place a high priority on working capital optimization. Many

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Inventory Management Report: Driving the Fastest ROI for the Mid-market
Large enterprises have different warehouse management and inventory management needs than do small and mid-market companies. Find out about the key factors to

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Achieving Effective Inventory Management with Dynamics GP and RockySoft
Looking for a way to maximize the productivity and profitability of your inventory investment? Although good inventory management software is one key to an

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19 Steps to Maintain an Accurate Inventory What You Must Know About Your Inventory
It takes $2,500 in new sales to make up $100 in lost inventory, assuming a 4 percent return. Keeping an orderly warehouse with up-to-date processes and informed

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Geac Lives By Acquisitions; Will It Die By An Acquisition?
After a slew of acquisitions in the past, which have had varied outcomes, Geac seems to be grooming itself to become an attractive acquisition target. This is

decisions made by inventory managers  Lives By Acquisitions; Will It Die By An Acquisition? Geac Lives By Acquisitions; Will It Die By An Acquisition? P.J. Jakovljevic - November 20, 2000 Event Summary On November 3, the Board of Directors of Geac Computer Corporation Limited (TSE: GAC), a Canadian supplier of enterprise management software, announced the appointment of. Charles S. Jones as non-executive Chairman of the Board and. John E. Caldwell as interim President and Chief Executive Officer. These appointments were made following the Read More...

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