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Intentia: Stepping Out With Fashion and Style Part Four: Movex Case Study Continued With User Recommendations
Intentia's Movex provides ample tools to respond to the trends and challenges of the fashion industry. While Intentia needs to continue to work to get its

different style letters  the ability to tweak different inventory scenarios to easily examine the impact of change on service and inventory levels. Being constraint-based, planning motivates an organization to focus on resolving the bottlenecks, specifically the processes and resources which tend to be in limited supply but continual demand. Planning exceptions generate action messages and e-mails ensuring the most appropriate personnel are notified at the earliest point in the production line. Standard aggregated and Read More...
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Radio frequency identification (RFID) criteria cover tags and storage devices, readers, wireless hubs and servers, and the middleware necessary for evaluating an RFID system deployment. RFID sys...
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Winning the Race for Talent in Emerging Markets
Economic activity in emerging markets is growing at around 40 percent@as compared with 2 to 5 percent in the West and Japan. Businesses all over the globe are

different style letters  by locals who use different (and more potent) tactics. You can't avoid investing in developing countries. But don't do so before analyzing how local firms operate. To succeed in these nations while protecting your own turf, you need a savvy blend of strategies. This HBR Article collection, focusing on how to work around weak institutions in developing nations and co-opt local contenders' playbooks, helps you get started. What It Means to Work Here by Tamara J. Erickson and Lynda Gratton Harvard Business Read More...
The Lexicon of CRM - Part 1: From A to I
C.R.M. itself is an acronym, standing for Customer Relationship Management. This is part one of three-part article to provide explanation and meaning for most

different style letters  disparate applications running on different databases. CRM packages are trying to avoid external EAI requirements by building in and automating the links between their application components and data. E-Business - An umbrella term for a total presence on the Web including the E-Commerce component. E-Commerce - Sales and Service via the Internet. E-CRM - Another vague term, but understood here at TEC to mean, any Sales, Marketing, or Service functionality that is automated electronically, typically via Read More...
Important Sarbanes-Oxley Act Mandates and What They Mean for Supply Chain Management
Two sections of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX) have major implications for supply chain management. Yet enterprises can meet the challenges created by SOX more

different style letters  , have quite a different approach. The company contends that it has no need to create special compliance modules and to market them as brand new products, owing to the vendor's inherent, reconfigurable, Lego -brick style architecture, and the virtually infinite couplings of data, processes, and so on, regardless of changing regulatory needs. In other words, the capability to respond to new regulatory requirements basically comes within the solution (see The Modelling Approach to Post-implementation Read More...
Intentia: Stepping Out With Fashion and Style Part One: Characteristics and Trends of the Fashion Industry
So your software vendor says that they can do fashion. You better make sure that the software features go far beyond styles, colors, and sizes. The requirements

different style letters  fuzzy and difficult to differentiate. Everyone wants to own the consumer or, at least, a piece of him. Suppliers are taking a more dominant role in store ready inventory. For example, TAL Apparel Ltd ., a closely held Hong Kong shirt maker, has a direct pipeline into point-of-sale data at JC Penney stores. With this information TAL can readily determine safety stock levels and can initiate replenishment to prevent out-of-stock conditions. Instead of asking Penney what it would like to buy, TAL tells Read More...
The Advantage of Process Oriented versus Modular Structured ERPs
Functionality comparisons for different enterprise resource planning (ERP) modules from different vendors often leads to unbalanced disparities among their

different style letters  ERPs Functionality comparisons for different enterprise resource planning (ERP) modules from different vendors often leads to unbalanced disparities among their approaches, which in turn makes it hard to properly evaluate the solution. On the other hand, a process-oriented ERP system is much easier to evaluate, and its degree of match with company needs is visible from the beginning. Read More...
Production Planning and Scheduling Software for the Textile Industry: Unknown Frontiers
The textile industry is famous for its very different characteristics when compared to industries in either process or discrete manufacturing. Developing

different style letters  machines which can produce different kinds of fabric but at very slow rates. If big orders of same material are continuously coming from dyeing, they will only go to a particular loom machine which can process it; other loom machines which cannot use these warps will go idle for want of material. Another way to minimize set up time is to sequence WIP orders with the same color at the dyeing process. This will minimize the set up time to change of color. Also, breaking individual orders into many parts Read More...
How Much Should You Pay for Your Business Phone System?
Different buyers pay different prices for the same business phone system. While some buyers hesitate to negotiate the “special price” quoted to them, others

different style letters  Your Business Phone System? Different buyers pay different prices for the same business phone system. While some buyers hesitate to negotiate the “special price” quoted to them, others leverage insider knowledge about the buying process to get a significantly better price for the same system. Our expert shares valuable phone system price negotiation techniques to empower you to get the best price on your business phone system equipment and service. Read More...
Metadata Standards in the Marketplace - Why Do I Care? (And Where Does Godzilla Fit In?)
Metadata (“data about data”) is essential for data warehousing. Metadata standards allow different products to interact. Without standards, different vendors

different style letters  tie together applications from different vendors, possibly including some homegrown ones, to make your data warehouse work. It's at this point that you start paying attention to metadata and, more specifically, metadata standards. A simplified definition of metadata : One type of metadata defines the meaning of data. It is made up of entities, attributes, and relationships. For example, a table is an entity. It has attributes such as a name. A column is also an entity. It also has attributes such as a dat Read More...
Going Vertical? Know the True Capabilities of Your Software
Vertical integration occurs when two companies in different parts of the supply chain merge to capture a larger share of the market. Such mergers often lead to

different style letters  when two companies in different parts of the supply chain merge to capture a larger share of the market. Such mergers often lead to operational cost reductions, increased entry barriers to competitors, and expansion of core competencies. Vertical integration strategies are a key consideration for organizations looking to expand and control more of the supply chain. For example, consider a shoe manufacturer that merges with (or acquires) a chain of shoe retailers in order to minimize its own costs and Read More...
The Customer as a Strategic Asset
Ask 500 CEOs to define the word “customer,” and you’ll come up with 500 different answers—with a few common denominators. It turns out these denominators are

different style letters  come up with 500 different answers—with a few common denominators. It turns out these denominators are the same ones used to describe an organization’s long-term strategic assets. Yet for many organizations, customers aren’t considered assets at all; and yet they’re expected to constitute the lifeblood of the business itself. Read More...
Usability Still a Problem for ERP Users
Being an enterprise resource planning (ERP) analyst, I spend lots of time watching demos provided by different ERP vendors during certification programs or

different style letters  watching demos provided by different ERP vendors during certification programs or other events of this nature. At those hours-long live software demonstrations we are able to see how various software systems are designed and how they execute their main intended objective—making an entire business more efficient. With respect to ERP systems, usability and positive end user experience are extremely important for achieving this goal. ERP software was notorious for years for its tenuous usability, due to Read More...
How to Evaluate Data Deduplication Solutions
Data deduplication is one of the hottest technologies in storage today. However, with many different deduplication approaches from various vendors—each hyping

different style letters  today. However, with many different deduplication approaches from various vendors—each hyping its own unique benefits—it’s easy to get caught up in determining which factors are most important for you. Discover the different methodologies used in design deduplication solutions so you can make the right decision the first time. Read More...
e-PLM
NGC@s e-PLM is a Web-based solution for line planning, style spec development, costing, and Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act (CPSIA) compliance. It

different style letters  PLM NGC’s e-PLM is a Web-based solution for line planning, style spec development, costing, and Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act (CPSIA) compliance. It includes functionality for workflow, collaboration, and exception management. e-PLM integrates with e-SPS, NGC’s Web-based companion for purchase order (PO) distribution, work-in-process (WIP) tracking, quality control, and inbound logistics. Read More...
Plex Online Multi-Plant Features
Today’s manufacturer demands a sophisticated network to track inventory, production, and scheduling across multiple locations in different time zones and on

different style letters  across multiple locations in different time zones and on different continents. Plex Online extends beyond what status quo enterprise resource planning (ERP) solutions provide by defining which solution structure best meets the unique needs of the manufacturer. See how to manage multiple facilities, divisions, and operations. Read More...

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