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New Dimensions in EC and SCM Part 4: Using E-Procurement to Leverage Volume
A straightforward way to drive prices down and obtain increased supplier attention is to leverage total purchasing volume through Internet-based auctions. This

e part 4  site in five parts. Each part will contain links to the preceding parts. Part 1 discussed the Benefits of e-procurement and included examples of major corporations that are pursuing e-procurement. Part 2 discussed the potential Efficiency Gains of e-procurement, including relationships and processes that are necessary to obtain these gains. Part 3 discussed how e-procurement can Broaden the Supplier Pool, including the pros and cons of this approach to procurement. Part 5 will discuss how e-procurement Read More...
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Navision Enhances Its e-Vision And Looks To Expand Vertically - Part 2: Market Impact
Navision has been expanding its coverage in terms of geography, vertical industries, and product functionality. Globally, it has become one of the largest

e part 4  e-Vision And Looks To Expand Vertically Part 2: Market Impact P.J. Jakovljevic - November 30, 2001 Market Impact of Navision Developments  In November 2001, Navision (CSE: NAVI), a Danish provider of enterprise business solutions for mid-sized companies, extended its business-to-business (B2B) solution, Commerce Gateway , to the Navision Axapta product line, giving Navision Axapta customers the opportunity to save time, lower costs and orchestrate business processes more effectively. With Commerce Read More...
A Tale of a Few Good SCM Players - Part 4
Part 1 of this blog post series followed the genesis of Manhattan Associates from its inception in 1990 throughout the mid-2000s. During this time, Manhattan

e part 4  to combine planning and execution (mentioned in Part 1) . Manhattan has narrowed its focus too much, i.e., by still focusing on the distribution of finished goods and staying away from the the supply chain upstream (i.e., manufacturing) and downstream (i.e., in retail stores)--unfortunately at the wrong time, when diversification would have come in handy. For instance,  sales and operations planning (S&OP)  capabilities and store operations capabilities are sorely missed at Manhattan these days. Read More...
The ERP Market 2001 And Beyond - Part 4: Market Predictions
ERP will be redefined as a platform for enabling e-business globally. Originally focused on automating internal processes of an enterprise, ERP systems will

e part 4  some of the major ERP vendors. Part Five will contain recommendations for the vendors and users. Part Five will contain links to the preceding parts. Market Predictions   Although we believe that exorbitant growth rates are a matter of the past, growth will remain the word associated with the ERP market in the 2000's despite unfavorable economic conditions that were exacerbated with the tragic terrorist events. In addition to the growth created by the fact that many companies have not yet solved their Read More...
E-Procurement Is Not Electronic Purchasing - Part II
Three minutes of labor from purchase requisition to invoice payment; fully executed due diligence; commitment authorization and no delays. That is the promise

e part 4  Procurement Is Not Electronic Purchasing - Part II E-Procurement Is Not Electronic Purchasing - Part I I J. Dowling, C. Sabean, and D. Geller - November 14, 2000 Introduction This second part of an extended note on e-procurement examines the necessary steps after a business decision to go with e-procurement has been made based on the information and criteria covered in Part I. E-procurement is an integrated system of services and technologies that provides a seamless bridge between buying and selling Read More...
To SaaS or Not, Is That a Question? - SaaSy Discussions (Part IIc)
The first part (Part II) of this blog series described the opportunities for software as a service (SaaS) or on-demand applications, especially in the current

e part 4  in the current difficult economic milieu. Part II and Part IIa then analyzed the  top five SaaS assumptions (misconceptions) recently outlined by  Gartner . Part IIa and Part IIb also analyzed the major technical considerations that any vendor has to go through before it can embark on delivering a SaaS offering. This final part will will conclude with the Internet hosting service considerations as well as with key success factors (KSFs) for SaaS providers. What About Hosting, Really? At the end of 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

e part 4  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...
Frankie Does ERP, Part 2
[Editor’s note: Frank is not a composite character. He is a real person, employed at a real company. I’ve changed certain identifying particulars at his request

e part 4  Does ERP, Part 2 [Editor’s note: Frank is not a composite character. He is a real person, employed at a real company. I’ve changed certain identifying particulars at his request. This interactive series, created and published with his permission, is an exercise in what-if analysis based on interviews I am currently conducting with him.  You may find Frank’s use of language a little colorful. I have toned it down. It’s still colorful. Previously: Episode 1 ] * Thursday evening. I’m at Read More...
Building an ROI Model to Evaluate Your B2B E-commerce Initiative
B2B companies everywhere are under heavy pressure to offer their customers and employees robust e-commerce capabilities that rival best-of-breed consumer

e part 4  an ROI Model to Evaluate Your B2B E-commerce Initiative B2B companies everywhere are under heavy pressure to offer their customers and employees robust e-commerce capabilities that rival best-of-breed consumer-focused companies. B2B companies that fall short of customer expectations risk losing them to competitors who have stepped up their game. This paper provides a framework for building an ROI model that can be used to demonstrate the advantages of a new e-commerce implementation to senior Read More...
Oracle E-Business Suite (12.1) for Human Resource Management Certification Report
Oracle E-Business Suite (12.1) is now TEC Certified for online comparison of human resource management (HRM) solutions in TEC's Evaluation Centers. The

e part 4  RFP Template | TEC E Business Suite Certification | Technology Evaluation Centers Certification Report | TEC Certified Products | TEC Advisor Decision Support Engine | TEC Certification Oracle E Business Suite | TEC Focus Indicator | TEC HRM Whitepapers | Read More...
The Intelligence of Social Media (Part 2)
In the first part of this blog, I mentioned that sentiment analysis measures the polarity of opinion—positive, negative, or neutral—regarding a subject, a

e part 4  this information. In brief, employees are also part of the social media networks. Due to the nature of social media sources and its behavior, it is difficult to calculate social media return on investment (ROI). Social media are means by which individuals can interact; they are also segmented channels—therefore, there is no direct ROI nor is there a general consensus on how to obtain it accurately. Some companies think social media analysis adds value to the company. Other companies assess overall Read More...
New Partnerships Add to Remedy’s E-Procurement Strengths
Remedy addresses both catalog competence and channel capabilities with a pair of procurement partnerships.

e part 4  Partnerships Add to Remedy’s E-Procurement Strengths New Partnerships Add to Remedy's E-Procurement Strengths D. Geller - May 23, 2000 Event Summary Remedy Corporation (NASDAQ: RMDY), a supplier of a range of service management and infrastructure applications, announced two partnerships that are intended to enhance its e-procurement offering. Remedy will embed technology from Requisite Technology, Inc. into Remedy's e-procurement product Purchasing@Work. Requisite offers a patent-pending search Read More...

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