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Taking Stock of TAKE Supply Chain Solutions - Part 1
Over the past several years I’ve repeatedly heard of a supply chain management (SCM) software and professional services company called ClearOrbit that was

epedigree  clinical trials data management,  epedigree  traceability, etc.) and SCM solutions throughout global markets. TAKE Solutions acquired ClearOrbit to combine it with its existing SCM division. In May 2009, the ClearOrbit name changed to TAKE Supply Chain , to reflect the company's continued expansion and transition into a single global division under its parent company, TAKE Solutions. The new name represents a unified identity for the SCM resources, products and services offered by TAKE Solutions'

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Taking Stock of TAKE Supply Chain Solutions - Part 3


Part 1 of this blog series introduced TAKE Supply Chain, a supply chain management (SCM) division of TAKE Solutions, Ltd. The parent TAKE Solutions is a global technology solutions and service provider, which focuses on two principal business areas – life sciences and SCM (the company is listed on the Indian Stock Exchange). My first post described TAKE Supply Chain’s

epedigree  due to a burgeoning  ePedigree  initiative in pharmaceuticals and due to a dearth of sourcing and SRM initiatives in the life sciences sector, the challenge will be to even logically (if not physically) merge these different divisions (with their different areas of expertise) into a more cohesive unit (rather than operating distinctly as separate business groups). The vendor should also address simplifying the positioning of its abundance of products, if not necessarily bringing these disparate Read More

Taking Stock of TAKE Supply Chain Solutions - Part 1


Over the past several years I’ve repeatedly heard of a supply chain management (SCM) software and professional services company called ClearOrbit that was recently renamed TAKE Supply Chain. I admit to initially being in a quandary how to figure out the company’s exact value proposition and differentiation, given that its corporate Web site and press release (PR) messages

epedigree   clinical trials data management,  epedigree  traceability, etc.) and SCM solutions throughout global markets. TAKE Solutions acquired ClearOrbit to combine it with its existing SCM division. In May 2009, the ClearOrbit name changed to TAKE Supply Chain , to reflect the company’s continued expansion and transition into a single global division under its parent company, TAKE Solutions. The new name represents a unified identity for the SCM resources, products and services offered by TAKE Solutions’ Read More

Taking Stock of TAKE Supply Chain Solutions - Part 3


Part 1 of this blog series introduced TAKE Supply Chain, a supply chain management (SCM) division of TAKE Solutions, Ltd. The parent TAKE Solutions is a global technology solutions and service provider, which focuses on two principal business areas – life sciences and SCM (the company is listed on the Indian Stock Exchange). My first post described TAKE Supply Chain’s

epedigree  due to a burgeoning  ePedigree  initiative in pharmaceuticals and due to a dearth of sourcing and SRM initiatives in the life sciences sector, the challenge will be to even logically (if not physically) merge these different divisions (with their different areas of expertise) into a more cohesive unit (rather than operating distinctly as separate business groups). The vendor should also address simplifying the positioning of its abundance of products, if not necessarily bringing these disparate Read More