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Ask the Experts: So, This ERP Thing… How Does It Work?
TEC reader Martin K. recently wrote in with these questions:What kind of data is handled by ERP systems and how it is done? How does the interface work? Which

example distribution proposal  other enterprise functionality. One example would be when a software system can provide at least two other functions (as is the case if an organization has the means to integrate the requirements of both a human resources module and a financial system). In modern ERP systems, usage is not confined to manufacturing organizations. It is typically designed to integrate applications that traditionally would have been separate “stand alone” activities, such as product configuration control, bill of Read More...
ERP for Distribution Industries
Enterprise resource planning (ERP)—distribution software is designed for companies in the distribution and logistics industries. Traditional distribution businesses focus on moving goods t...
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Requirements Definition For Package Implementations
How do you go about defining the requirements of large package systems, particularly those with the all-encompassing scope of ERP, EAM, and CRM software, and

example distribution proposal  is just a simple example to illustrate a point. Simple, yes, but taken from a real project. By involving all concerned parties in the process, the rationale for the decision was understood and a consensus was obtained. The importance of correctly defining the requirements cannot be overstated. Following a logical and deliberate path will help ensure that you will avoid any detours, maneuver through obstacles, and achieve the stated objectives. Finally, the sequence of phases discussed in this article Read More...
Intentia Possibly Seeing Daylight
Intentia hopes it is entering a new growth phase, with a new product portfolio and a rapid increase in license revenue. The company finally seems determined to

example distribution proposal  to support e-marketplaces. For example, it has launched e-Collaborator, which should uniformly and efficiently handle the transmission of all types of business information among companies over the Internet. The company relies on a transformation of all business information to XML format to provide a uniform procedure for exchanging information. Its Enterprise Business Portal is intended for large international companies that wish to create either an external marketplace or an internal portal for Read More...
Beyond Digital Rights Management (DRM)
Most document security companies concern themselves solely with the prevention of unauthorized access to content. Online publishers, on the other hand, struggle

example distribution proposal  work between different organizations. Example controls include read, edit, forward, copy, paste, delete or expire the file after a set time. Complex and expensive enterprise DRM solutions may be appropriate in a context where high levels of security are critical and a great many documents will be shared within a large group of readers. According to Gartner analyst Jay Heiser, If there is a need to set up a workgroup that can control access to sensitive data without involving the system administrators, Read More...
Optimizing the Lead-to-order Process
A superior lead-to-order (LTO) process is essential in today@s environment of mass customization. Companies striving to build and maintain market share require

example distribution proposal  nor efficient. A prime example of unnecessary inefficiencies in legacy selling processes is the struggle to develop customer-unique bills of material (BOMs) . This semi automated activity, using spreadsheets, little black books, and out-dated product catalogs is fraught with possibilities for errors. It is a major drain on the time and use of product-knowledgeable personnel, particularly engineers, often requiring back and forth steps to validate the required product configuration. Additionally, it Read More...
How Bad Can It Get? Challenges in the Distribution Industry
Manufacturers serving such retail giants as Wal-Mart or Costco are exposed to severe challenges—not only because of the economies of scale these outlets demand,

example distribution proposal  retailers reduce packaging. An example: recently, detergent manufacturers have reduced the amount of water in their product, in order to create a more concentrated product—leading to smaller plastic containers and thus the ability to ship more product on fewer pallets. The point? Lean economic times certainly put pressure on big-box retailers—but on the other hand, they're in a position to transfer a portion of that pressure to the manufacturer. So what can you do? Negotiate better terms/credit Read More...
Manufacturing and Distribution Overview
Distribution and manufacturing solutions can help improve customer satisfaction, lower costs, and respond to the changing market. The MAS 500 distribution

example distribution proposal  and Distribution Overview Distribution and manufacturing solutions can help improve customer satisfaction, lower costs, and respond to the changing market. The MAS 500 distribution solution is a suite of modules that provides capabilities for tracking, managing, and replenishing. The MAS 500 manufacturing suite provides streamlined integration of routings and bills of material. Read More...
How One Distributor Played Wal-Mart's Distribution Game-And Won
As a supplier to Wal-Mart, appliance manufacturer Haier America was required to implement a radio frequency identification (RFID) tagging system. To satisfy

example distribution proposal  technology comprises a prime example. RFID is a method used to identify, store and remotely retrieve data using RFID tagging devices. These RFID tags, which can be attached to materials or merchandise and then scanned, transmit information via radio waves to a database. The RFID tag may contain information such as product type, quantity or suggested retail price. Recently, Wal-Mart required select suppliers to apply RFID tags to all shipping containers, whether individual boxes or pallets, shipped to its Read More...
Expanding Your Gross Margin in Distribution
The recent recession has forced distributors and manufacturers to pay closer attention to their bottom lines and to the financial factors that contribute to

example distribution proposal  Your Gross Margin in Distribution The recent recession has forced distributors and manufacturers to pay closer attention to their bottom lines and to the financial factors that contribute to profitability. Gross margin is a popular measure of a company’s financial condition; but using gross margin without understanding how it affects profitability and business strategy can be misleading. An understanding of the relationship between the financial components of gross margin is essential for Read More...
Distribution: Costs Down, Customer Loyalty Up
Do distributors always have to settle for a trade-off between cost management and customer service? Is it impossible to keep costs down, yet still respond to

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Case Study: Redesigning a Distribution Center
A parts distributor had poorly used space and storage media with limited material visibility resulting in frequent stock-outs. To replace its old warehouse

example distribution proposal  Study: Redesigning a Distribution Center A parts distributor had poorly used space and storage media with limited material visibility resulting in frequent stock-outs. To replace its old warehouse management system (WMS), the company decided to redesign its existing storage space and media in order to improve picking and replenishing efficiency and to reduce inventory carrying and material handling costs. Find out how a logistics modeling and design tool helped. Read More...
Getting the Right Information on ERP for Distribution
Simply visit TEC s ERP comparison reports to find out which ERP for distribution solutions make the most sense for your company mdash;with just a f...

example distribution proposal  the Right Information on ERP for Distribution Evaluating ERP for distribution solutions means comparing hundreds—mdash;even thousands—mdash;of features and functions from many different vendor solutions. Where do you start? And how do you get the accurate information you need to make the right decision? At TEC, we make it easy. Simply visit TEC’s ERP comparison reports to find out which ERP for distribution solutions make the most sense for your company—mdash;with just a few clicks of the Read More...
Pronto Xi Dimensions: ERP for Distribution Industries Competitor Analysis Report
Enterprise resource planning (ERP)@distribution software is designed for companies in the distribution and logistics industries. Traditional distribution

example distribution proposal  Xi Dimensions: ERP for Distribution Industries Competitor Analysis Report Enterprise resource planning (ERP)—distribution software is designed for companies in the distribution and logistics industries. Traditional distribution businesses focus on moving goods through a supply chain, and the distribution software market has developed products to meet these needs. The software solutions developed for ERP for distribution includes functionality for supply chain management (SCM), distribution process Read More...
TEC Vendor Challenge Panel Discussion Preview: Bob Eastman on Future Trends in Distribution
TEC's senior SCM analyst, Bob Eastman, is participating in a panel discussion on future trends in distribution at the TEC Vendor Challenge event, September 18

example distribution proposal  Vendor Challenge Panel Discussion Preview: Bob Eastman on Future Trends in Distribution TEC's senior SCM analyst, Bob Eastman, is participating in a panel discussion on future trends in distribution at the TEC Vendor Challenge event, September 18-19, 2013 in Montreal, Canada. In this sneak preview, Bob talks about disruption, disintermediation, and next-gen technologies that are helping distributors stay competitive. Read More...

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