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Driving Costs Out of the Supply Chain: Inbound Logistics
One of the most neglected areas of the manufacturing and retail supply chain is the inbound logistics segment. Following best practices and creating a

example food flow diagram of a product  inbound transportation tools (for example the Inbound Planning engine from Viewlocity and a similar tool from ELogex) help in terms of visibility into which supplier is actually ready to ship, how much quantity and web based appointment scheduling capabilities. The ultimate aim to achieve total control over inbound shipments would allow the retailer to eke out cost advantages from the supply chain. In many manufacturing organizations that have purchasing/ procurement de-centralized (as well as a mixed Read More
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Demystifying SAP Solution Manager
Many large organizations are struggling to manage all their software systems—let alone the different software versions across departments. In his article, TEC

example food flow diagram of a product  entire life cycle. An example of this would be SAP’s Business Process Change Analyzer, which helps customer reduce costs associated with regression testing.   Additionally, SAP Enterprise Support customers can use SAP Solution Manager for their full customer solution, meaning all IT components (both SAP and non-SAP), which are used in connection with the SAP business processes and documented in their solution documentation. For example, a customer could use the IT Service Desk application included Read More
SAP Support of the Health Care Supply Chain’s Ongoing Effort to Ensure Patient Safety and Drive Business Value
Electronic product code information services (EPCIS) is a standard mechanism for inter-company collaboration and data sharing, which can enable health care

example food flow diagram of a product  with the orders. For example, additional steps must be taken to check that the count of serial numbers scanned matches the order quantity. In summary, accuracy and granularity must go to a new level. It is not sufficient to have accurate inventory counts. It also is required that each individual item is correctly identified. EPCIS Application Support Information about serialized events is generated by the EPCIS Capturing Application during the execution of the business process, and is stored in an Read More
Managing the Weakest Link in Your Supply Chain
Recent uncertainty in the global economy is not only having a negative impact on international economies, but an equally deleterious effect on global supply

example food flow diagram of a product  without advising anyone. One example of this was when lead paint was found on children’s toys destined for North American consumers and when melamine was found in both pet food and in toothpaste. Natural Disasters As many key commodities are sourced on a global basis, it’s not improbable that a key component in a process may be manufactured in a global region which is struck by a natural disaster like a hurricane or earthquake. This can have a destabilizing impact on a manufacturer’s ability to Read More
Demand Planning: Optimizing Operations across the Supply Chain
Demand planning applications can help manufacturers establish baseline sales forecasts and perform analysis to improve resource usage. They can also help

example food flow diagram of a product  influence sales projections. For example, while sales representatives typically view demand in a particular region based on the total revenue it produced, operations planners in the same firm view demand by quantities of each product sold. Demand planning software accounts for both variables. Demand planning systems typically produce a baseline forecast based on shipment or order history. Once established, users can change the baseline to account for other data, including promotions, advertising inserts, Read More
Strategies for a Successful CRM Implementation: A Guide for Small and Medium Sized Enterprises
In general, most organizations agree that customer satisfaction—one measure of customer relationship management (CRM) success—improves when CRM software is

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Vox Populi: What Does a Day in the Life of a Regular Business User Look Like?
Vox populi is Latin for “voice of the people”– in broadcasting and television, they use the

example food flow diagram of a product  their solutions. Here’s an example (tongue-in-cheek for the purposes of exposition): If you don’t have the software… 1. … your car will not start in the morning, 2. … and you will be late for the monthly meeting with your boss… 3. … and you can therefore say goodbye to your promotion… 4. … which makes you forget about lunch with your spouse… 5. …. who gets upset and gives you a “lecture” on the phone 6. (while you’re supposed to be calling a potential customer)… 7. etc. Of Read More
How to Survive a Software Selection Project When Your Boss Is a Sociopath
Is your boss the main reason you call in sick on Monday mornings? Do you need to “manage” your boss in order to get any work done? Do you find yourself in the

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ECAD/MCAD Collaboration Solutions: Integrating Mechanical and Electrical Product Design
Electro-mechanical design continues to gain importance, as the majority of today’s products have both electrical and mechanical components and systems

example food flow diagram of a product  approval is one obvious example, but collaborative techniques are also important to foster product innovation by allowing product development to be undertaken in a knowledge-sharing environment where the expertise of various disciplines can be readily shared and acted upon from the conceptual stage through to the end of development. The keys to collaboration are ready access to valid information and fluid communication among the collaborating participants. These are supported by technologies such as Read More
The ERP Warehouse Module versus Best-of-breed WMS
Every supply chain professional must consider certain factors when comparing enterprise resource planning (ERP) and best-of-breed warehouse management system

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In Defense of Data Centers: The Positive Role IT Can Play in the Greening of Business
Corporate concern for the environment is no longer just an issue of compliancy. Businesses are becoming increasingly concerned about how much energy is required

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TCO Analysis of a Traditional Data Center vs. a Scalable, Containerized Data Center
Standardized, scalable, pre-assembled, and integrated data center facility power and cooling modules provide a total cost of ownership (TCO) savings of 30

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Product Development and Portfolio Management RFI/RFP Template
Corporate Objectives Definition, Portfolio Definition, Product Investment, Product Investment Scoring, Portfolio Balancing, Product Investment Monitoring

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A Very Helpful Tool When You’re Choosing a New Software Solution
If you've ever been involved in selecting a business software solution, you know how tricky it can be. Today’s software systems are quite complex, and it can be

example food flow diagram of a product  of software functionalities. For example, the discrete ERP version lists, in a hierarchical structure, about 3,600 different functions ERP systems can perform, the CRM version lists about 1,350 different CRM functions, the business intelligence version lists about 1,950 BI functions, and so on. We have them available for over 24 different kinds of business software. If you want to see what they look like and find out some more about them, here’s a link you can follow . If you’ve used TEC’s RFP Read More
A How-to Guide for a Radio Frequency Identification Site Survey
As organizations prepare for a radio frequency identification (RFID) implementation, they often don't understand the preliminary work necessary to begin the

example food flow diagram of a product  carries several risks. For example, an ambient electromagnetic noise (AEN) survey can identify possible roadblocks to reader placement, as frequencies emitted by equipment and other sources may be the same as the reader, or stray backscatter may interfere with reader placement and function. Other companies that inadvertently interfere with the frequency of tags and readers may also cause interference on equipment. In addition, a site survey will expose radio frequency (RF) communications already present. Read More

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