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CEVA Logistics Selects IBM SmartCloud » The TEC Blog
company must provide frequent delivery information on product shipments. This document expertise also reduces order, price, and invoice errors. Share This   Read More     --> Trackback Address     Tags: ceva logistics , ibm , industry watch , SCM , smartcloud , smarter commerce * Name: * E-mail (private) : Web site: XHTML: You can use these tags: --> * Comments: * Spam protection: Sum of 10 + 1 ?     Notify me of followup comments via e-mail --> The TEC Blog Discussing Enterprise Software and

DELIVERY LOGISTICS: ceva logistics, ibm, industry watch, SCM, smartcloud, smarter commerce, TEC, Technology Evaluation, Technology Evaluation Centers, Technology Evaluation Centers Inc., blog, analyst, enterprise software, decision support.
10-06-2013

Supplier Logistics Management (SLM)Part 3
This continues the coverage of the fundamental issues targeted by supplier logistics management. Fully utilizing the compliance benefits that SLM offers allows companies to redirect employees from tactical operations to those more strategic.

DELIVERY LOGISTICS: restrictions to determine accurate delivery dates. By providing accurate transit and service requirements, companies can produce an achievable plan with compliant supplier dates and attainable customer commitments. Forecasting and Capacity Management Without an information hub capturing actual order and shipment history, companies struggle to determine seasonal equipment requirements and actual shipment volumes when negotiating carrier contracts. Through a dynamic stochastic mode, companies capture all
1/24/2002

Supplier Logistics Management (SLM)Part 2
Supplier Logistics Management (SLM) offers the opportunity for considerable improvement in efficiency as well as cost reductions. SLM enables companies and their suppliers to successfully synchronize information.

DELIVERY LOGISTICS: desired order quantities and delivery dates. The suppliers are able to see and act upon the information related to the purchase order. Any changes or adjustments the supplier makes to the purchase order triggers a proactive event notification to the company s buyers. The process carries forward to suppliers creating shipments from the purchase orders, tendering shipments and transporting shipments. Along the entire supply chain path the company has complete purchase order visibility and is notified of
1/23/2002

A Green Logistics Terminal
Up to 75 percent of a company’s carbon footprint comes from transport and logistics functions, in the context of goods storage and distribution. Today, logistics companies are going green not just out of goodwill or compliance requirements, but also because savings in carbon emissions from green initiatives directly translate into cost savings. Consequently, emissions management and reporting are important. Learn more.

DELIVERY LOGISTICS: A Green Logistics Terminal A Green Logistics Terminal Source: HCL Technologies Document Type: White Paper Description: Up to 75 percent of a company’s carbon footprint comes from transport and logistics functions, in the context of goods storage and distribution. Today, logistics companies are going green not just out of goodwill or compliance requirements, but also because savings in carbon emissions from green initiatives directly translate into cost savings. Consequently, emissions management and
9/29/2009 7:48:00 AM

Who s Who? Sorting Out the e-Logistics PlayersPart 2: Traditional Solutions
Rather than leveling the playing field, traditional solutions, which are expensive, long-term oriented contract-based, have typically widened the gap between the Fortune 500 companies and everyone else.

DELIVERY LOGISTICS: Who s Who? Sorting Out the e-Logistics Players Part 2: Traditional Solutions Who s Who? Sorting Out the e-Logistics Players Part 2: Traditional Solutions Scott A. Elliff - November 10, 2002 Read Comments Who s Who? Sorting Out the e-Logistics Players Executive View The fundamental promise of e-commerce is to empower the customer. In transportation, logistics and other behind the scenes aspects of e-commerce, new services and capabilities are beginning to fulfill this promise, not just for Fortune 500
11/10/2002

Surf s Up at Akamai
Akamai has unveiled a killer IPO in a mere 14 months. Its innovative product called FreeFlow delivers website content at stellar speeds. Will it be able to deliver revenue at the same speed it can deliver content?

DELIVERY LOGISTICS: Carnegie Mellon, the content delivery mavens entered the project into MIT s $50K Entrepreneur Competition. The original team joined forces with internet veterans Paul Sagan (former President of Time Inc. New Media) as COO, and George Conrades (former President of GTE Internetworking) as CEO, and formally launched Akamai s website in April of 99. Without relying on centralized servers, Akamai s FreeFlow service delivers content from strategic Internet locations, allowing Websites to access objects at spee
12/1/1999

Ellipse


DELIVERY LOGISTICS: Ellipse is a fully integrated enterprise solution. Areas of functionality include assets and works management, supply and logistics management, financial management, and human resources management.

Demand and Delivery Management in IT Services
Even when business revenues decline, the demand for IT services often continues to increase. To meet those challenges, both businesses and IT partners must come to terms with the demand and delivery needs of each group. Strong communication between the user and the IT provider is essential. Strategize your initiatives and transform your business: find out key recommendations to manage IT supply and demand relationships.

DELIVERY LOGISTICS: Demand and Delivery Management in IT Services Demand and Delivery Management in IT Services Source: PMG.net Document Type: White Paper Description: Even when business revenues decline, the demand for IT services often continues to increase. To meet those challenges, both businesses and IT partners must come to terms with the demand and delivery needs of each group. Strong communication between the user and the IT provider is essential. Strategize your initiatives and transform your business: find out key
11/7/2007 3:37:00 PM

Rheinmetall Defence: EMLO-Information-Based Logistics of the Future


DELIVERY LOGISTICS: Rheinmetall Defence: EMLO-Information-Based Logistics of the Future Rheinmetall Defence: EMLO-Information-Based Logistics of the Future Source: SAP Document Type: Case Study Description: Rheinmetall Defence: EMLO-Information-Based Logistics of the Future style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Related Topics:   Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP),   Military Related Industries:   Aerospace Equipment,   Public Administration and Defense,   Motor Vehicles and Other Transport
7/25/2013 4:54:00 PM

The Next Generation Network Operations Center: How the Focus on Application Delivery is Redefining the NOC
The majority of IT organizations are under great pressure to evolve to a next-generation network operations center (NOC). A survey of 176 IT professionals has revealed that over a quarter of NOCs don’t meet their organization’s current needs for application performance management. Learn how to migrate away from the current stove-piped NOC to an integrated operations center that effectively supports all components of IT.

DELIVERY LOGISTICS: the Focus on Application Delivery is Redefining the NOC The Next Generation Network Operations Center: How the Focus on Application Delivery is Redefining the NOC Source: NetQoS Document Type: White Paper Description: The majority of IT organizations are under great pressure to evolve to a next-generation network operations center (NOC). A survey of 176 IT professionals has revealed that over a quarter of NOCs don’t meet their organization’s current needs for application performance management. Learn
6/20/2008 12:38:00 PM

A New Model for Evaluating Third Party Logistics Providers: Enter Service Oriented Architecture
Third-party logistic (3PL) providers are under pressure to keep costs low, expand services and capitalize on evolving supply chain management technology. As customers are becoming more discerning, 3PLs can leverage service oriented architecture to meet customer needs.

DELIVERY LOGISTICS: be more than just delivery mechanisms now. Customers want 3PL providers to be more like supply chain partners, so customers must evaluate which service they choose using higher standards than in the past. The new criteria include the following: Expanded supply chain capabilities Global access and deployment Leading-edge technology Supply chain service integration, visibility, flexibility, and scalability Business process management and innovation Support for collaboration initiatives Financial strength
10/3/2005


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