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A Tale of a Few Good SCM Players - Part 1
Throughout the late 1990s and the mid-2000s, Manhattan Associates was the epitome of a well-managed supply chain management (SCM) software company in terms

difference in scm logistics  note here a substantial difference between RedPrairie’s booked revenue figures and Manhattan’s recognized revenues in accordance with  Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP). Namely, in the software industry, accounting rules limit a vendor's ability to recognize revenue for software that is not completely implemented. This is especially true if any modifications are involved. Therefore, revenues typically lag bookings by two to four quarters from when the deal is signed. Bookings are good

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Supply Chain Management (SCM)

Supply chain management (SCM) solutions include applications for managing supplier, manufacturer, wholesaler, retailer, and customer business processes. Addressing demand management, warehouse management, international trade logistics, transportation execution, and many other issues for a complete solution, this knowledge base will support your evaluation of an SCM suite. 

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A Tale of a Few Good SCM Players - Part 3


Part 1 of this blog post series followed the progress of Manhattan Associates from its inception in 1990 throughout the mid-2000s. During this time, Manhattan was the epitome of a well-managed supply chain management (SCM) software company in terms of market share, growth, profitability, and its products’ capabilities. Indeed, the company set the industry standard for the

difference in scm logistics  Retail Industry.” Well, what difference a few years and one good major acquisition can make. It strikes me that former Manugistics and JDA would be another combination of two vendors that were not that recognized on their own, but got much better together (the other example could be the  merger of Lawson and Intentia in 2005 ). So, what did they give to each other, or what were they both lacking on their own and end up getting in this combination? The Manugistics Factor JDA was a leader in its Read More

i2 Bleeds In Shark-Infested Waters


What a difference a year makes. Two months after the Nike debacle, more than a dozen class action lawsuits for securities fraud are now pending in federal and state courts. Will the SCM vendor find a safe harbor, sink to the bottom, or tread water through 2001?

difference in scm logistics  Bleeds In Shark-Infested Waters i2 Bleeds In Shark-Infested Waters S. McVey - May 8, 2001 Event Summary i2 Technologies deflated investor confidence last month when it announced lower than expected first quarter earnings. The once infallible vendor of supply chain management solutions warned the Street that pro forma earnings would miss the projected $0.04 per share by two cents. License revenues of $211.1 million fell from an all-time high of $244 million in the fourth quarter of 2000 while services Read More

A Tale of a Few Good SCM Players - Part 2


Part 1 of this blog post series followed the progress of Manhattan Associates from its inception in 1990 throughout the mid-2000s. During this time, Manhattan Associates was the epitome of an immaculate supply chain management (SCM) software company in terms of market share, growth, profitability, and its products’ capabilities. Indeed, the company was the industry standard for

difference in scm logistics  I think the biggest difference between Manhattan and RedPrairie today is that Manhattan has always relied so heavily on the retail and  wholesale distribution  sectors, which have of course severely contracted in this recession. Manhattan does focus on pharmaceuticals,  third-party logistics (3PL ) providers, and  carriers , but not much action is coming from these sectors nowadays either. RedPrairie has always been a much broader cross-industry solution, as is JDA now with former Manugistics ’ Read More

Margin Squeeze and Globalization in the Food and Beverage Industry


In the food and beverage industry, the channel master makes final volume decisions and mostly controls the unit price, with the manufacturer having limited power to increase or maintain prices. The only real variable the manufacturer does control is cost.

difference in scm logistics  than makes up the difference. Today, food and beverage companies are seeing competition for commodity-driven products, but the future is likely to see competition for value-added products. Another complexity stemming from guaranteed year-round availability is that suppliers are spread around the world and are invoiced in different currencies. Commodity traders are well aware that contracts to supply over a twelve-month period can severely erode profit margins if currency exchange rates fluctuate Read More

Secure in a Foundry


Foundry Networks™, Inc. announced that they would be incorporating Secure Shell (SSH) Technology for free in all of its high-performance switching devices. That’s right! Foundry Networks has just made every Network Manager’s dream come true.

difference in scm logistics  in a Foundry Secure in a Foundry G. Duhaime - June 9, 2000 Event Summary Foundry Networks, Inc. announced that it would be incorporating Secure Shell Technology into all high-performance switching devices free of charge. According to Ken Cheng, Vice President of marketing for Foundry Networks, The internet has become the mass communication medium and an economic way to communicate among remote sites. It is used increasingly to access networking devices for configuration and management purposes. By Read More

ERP in Manufacturing 2011: Defining the ERP Strategy


Most manufacturing enterprises use enterprise resource planning (ERP) as their main business system. It has always been assumed is that companies strive to have one single ERP system to unify all their parts and processes, but a survey shows that the average manufacturing company has 1.9 separate and distinct systems. This paper looks at how overall ERP strategy relates to companies’ performance.

difference in scm logistics  in Manufacturing 2011: Defining the ERP Strategy Most manufacturing enterprises use enterprise resource planning (ERP) as their main business system. It has always been assumed is that companies strive to have one single ERP system to unify all their parts and processes, but a survey shows that the average manufacturing company has 1.9 separate and distinct systems. This paper looks at how overall ERP strategy relates to companies’ performance. Read More

University of Kentucky Leveraging SAP HANA to Lead the Way in Use of Analytics in Higher Education




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CEVA Logistics Selects IBM SmartCloud


Market conditions are driving requirements for visibility and control across global operations and supply chains, as witnessed by a number of recent E2open wins. In today’s increasingly digital world, supply chain leaders are delivering competitive advantage to their customers by sharing critical information across their vast supplier networks more quickly and efficiently through the cloud. During

difference in scm logistics  Logistics Selects IBM SmartCloud Market conditions are driving requirements for visibility and control across global operations and supply chains, as witnessed by a number of recent E2open wins . In today’s increasingly digital world, supply chain leaders are delivering competitive advantage to their customers by sharing critical information across their vast supplier networks more quickly and efficiently through the cloud. During the recently held IBM Smarter Commerce Global Summit , IBM Read More

Raising the Bar in HR


Investing in a human resource management system (HRMS) can help you tap into the wide range of business intelligence that already resides within your HR department. Read further to find out implementing an HRMS can help you streamline your administrative activities, become more efficient and productive, and find new ways to move your business forward, giving your company a competitive advantage in today’s marketplace.

difference in scm logistics  the Bar in HR Investing in a human resource management system (HRMS) can help you tap into the wide range of business intelligence that already resides within your HR department. Read further to find out implementing an HRMS can help you streamline your administrative activities, become more efficient and productive, and find new ways to move your business forward, giving your company a competitive advantage in today’s marketplace. Read More

Extending CRM Concepts in ERP Systems


If you're a manufacturer or distributor considering an enterprise resource planning (ERP) system with an integrated customer relationship management (CRM) application, you need to find out how far the "CRM concept" really extends to other elements of the ERP system, such as order frequency, buyer habits, specific customer invoicing requirements, etc. How vendors answer the eight crucial questions in this report will tell you what you need to know.

difference in scm logistics  CRM Concepts in ERP Systems If you're a manufacturer or distributor considering an enterprise resource planning (ERP) system with an integrated customer relationship management (CRM) application, you need to find out how far the CRM concept really extends to other elements of the ERP system, such as order frequency, buyer habits, specific customer invoicing requirements, etc. How vendors answer the eight crucial questions in this report will tell you what you need to know. Read More

Professional Service Strategies that Win: IT’s New Role in the Cloud


Successful enterprise resource planning (ERP) deployment demands a focused examination of the professional services provided by your organization, and the most efficient infrastructure required to support them. You must provide your most important asset—your people—with effective tools that can be accessed remotely, securely, and immediately. Professional service organizations that understand this will be in a strong position to determine the best cloud-based solution for their needs.

difference in scm logistics  Service Strategies that Win: IT’s New Role in the Cloud Successful enterprise resource planning (ERP) deployment demands a focused examination of the professional services provided by your organization, and the most efficient infrastructure required to support them. You must provide your most important asset—your people—with effective tools that can be accessed remotely, securely, and immediately. Professional service organizations that understand this will be in a strong position to dete Read More

Wireless (In)Security Trends in the Enterprise


Wireless Fidelity (WiFi) has become a mainstream technology offering great benefits and efficiencies but carrying with it unique security challenges. Unsecured WiFi provides an easy target for hit-and-run style attacks allowing hackers to cause severe damage while remaining invisible and undetected. Ignoring the specific requirements for securing their enterprise network and users against WiFi vulnerabilities, businesses risk loss of confidential data, legal fines and penalties, and brand erosion. By following WiFi security best practices and using the right tools, enterprises can reap the benefits of WiFi while protecting their IT infrastructure from WiFi threats.

difference in scm logistics  (In)Security Trends in the Enterprise Wireless Fidelity (WiFi) has become a mainstream technology offering great benefits and efficiencies but carrying with it unique security challenges. Unsecured WiFi provides an easy target for hit-and-run style attacks allowing hackers to cause severe damage while remaining invisible and undetected. Ignoring the specific requirements for securing their enterprise network and users against WiFi vulnerabilities, businesses risk loss of confidential data, legal Read More

ERP in Manufacturing 2011: Defining the ERP Strategy


Most manufacturing enterprises use enterprise resource planning (ERP) as their main business system. It has always been assumed is that companies strive to have one single ERP system to unify all their parts and processes, but a survey shows that the average manufacturing company has 1.9 separate and distinct systems. This paper looks at how overall ERP strategy relates to companies’ performance.

difference in scm logistics  in Manufacturing 2011: Defining the ERP Strategy Most manufacturing enterprises use enterprise resource planning (ERP) as their main business system. It has always been assumed is that companies strive to have one single ERP system to unify all their parts and processes, but a survey shows that the average manufacturing company has 1.9 separate and distinct systems. This paper looks at how overall ERP strategy relates to companies’ performance. Read More

Garbage In, Garbage Out


We have all heard the phrase: “garbage in, garbage out.” When any company evaluates a customer relationship management (CRM) system, this is always one of the first expressions to come up. And yet we see company after company for which this is the exact problem. How can you make sure that this doesn’t happen to you?

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