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Food and Beverage Products
The food and beverage products industry is a highly competitive business sector. Players in this industry face increasing regulatory compliance requirements

f stock  and Beverage Products The food and beverage products industry is a highly competitive business sector. Players in this industry face increasing regulatory compliance requirements, changing consumer preferences, and a changing industry landscape. In order to achieve precise operations in sales and marketing, product development, supply chain management (SCM), and cost control, food and beverage product manufacturers need to constantly adjust their strategies based on an accurate understanding of market Read More
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The simplified definition of enterprise resource planning (ERP) software is a set of applications that automate finance and human resources departments and help manufacturers handle jobs such as or...
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Lawson Standing Vertically in a Flat Economy
Lawson Software has hardly ever been associated with flamboyance and ostentatious behavior, let alone in these murky economic times. Still, its chief executive

f stock  across multiple manufacturing sites. For example, planners can use these models to evaluate the benefits of building stock in advance to support demand spikes, versus using overtime or subcontractors to meet seasonal demand for products such as holiday chocolate assortments. For its part, Lawson Planning Workbench for Food and Beverage should help F&B manufacturers improve mid-range planning decisions as they balance changes in demand and supply availability during production. Companies can visualize Read More
The Data Explosion
RFID and wireless usage will drive up data transactions by ten fold over the next few years. It is likely that a significant readdressing of the infrastructure

f stock  S maller S marter F aster devices that can do hybrid work—like Intermec 's barcode and RFID enabled devices—are already in use in firms like Bayer, and applications that sit on these devices are vertical specific, driving intelligence in the hand . These devices are converged already—RFID enabled—and support personal wireless , aka Bluetooth, as well as LAN and WAN, the people, the devices, the IT systems across the enterprise, and the Internet. Think small and really smart devices running Read More
Supplier Logistics Management (SLM) Part 2
Supplier Logistics Management (SLM) offers the opportunity for considerable improvement in efficiency as well as cost reductions. SLM enables companies and

f stock  shape the food/CPG Industry' F ood Logistics, Ronald Margulis and Mina Williams, July/August 2000 Read More
Process Manufacturing: Industry Specific Requirements Part One: Introduction
As with any manufacturing operation, process manufacturing has special system requirements such as formulas, unit of measure conversions, and packaging recipes.

f stock  runs. One would be for the production run to make the brite stock and a second, a packaging run to label and ship the product. Catch weight or random weight is a common, and non-negotiable requirement for some food categories, particularly with meats. While meat and poultry products may be advertised for $50 a box, tin, or drum, the invoiced price is based on the actual, not estimated or expected weight of the product. Accordingly, not only does the software have to track the total weight, including Read More
Tata Consultancy Services
Tata Consultancy Services (TSC) is an IT services, business solutions, and outsourcing organization that caters to global businesses. TCS employs over 120

f stock  TCS is a part of the Tata Group, one of India's largest industrial conglomerates. TSC has offices in over 20 cities in India, and in countries around the world. Read More
Another One Bites the Dust - SSA Gored to Death
On April 7, Gores Technology Group (GTG), a leading international technology and management company, and System Software Associates, Inc. (SSA) announced that

f stock  and execute a 1 for 4 reverse stock split (reducing the total number of shares available). Its balance sheet was in a shambles, with approximately $75M of negative stock equity. With that in mind, it was impossible to see SSA's independent resurrection, despite its large customer base and attractive product portfolio. SSA's chance of surviving, in a consolidating market, with new competitors arriving from all directions, declining revenues, and continuing losses, were equal to zero without a substantial Read More
DSL Provider Scoops up Netscreen Firewall Goldmine
In a $905million exchange of stock, Efficient Networks has acquired a more than efficient security solution with its acquisition of the Netscreen line of

f stock  1) Typically, since acquisitions for stock mean that the acquiring company needs to unload some of its stock, it is not uncommon for the acquiring company to see a drop in its share price. Since Efficient Networks has been trading considerably higher than the Nasdaq average and S&P 500 over the last two months, there is a good chance that their stock will recover in a near term. In the last few months, DSL technology has received a lot of publicity about its security vulnerabilities. Addressing that Read More
Demand-driven Versus Traditional Materials Requirement Planning
Material requirements planning is a system that strives to plan replenishment just before a withdrawal from stock, which does not work in some manufacturing

f stock  a certain product. However, for these reasons, many manufacturing environments have discovered that MRP has trouble controlling stock levels, which results in poor delivery performance. Also, MRP is incapable of handling demand-driven, ever-changing manufacturing, working better when demand for a particular product is constant (fairly even) and predictable. If there is any variation, however, then MRP loses many of its advantages and the benefits of using alternative planning approaches increase. In Read More
Key Product Delays Take a Toll on Oracle Users
Amid the hoopla of strong earnings projections and a record-high stock price, Oracle Corp. is letting the release of a pair of highly touted applications slip

f stock  On November 19, the officials from the Redwood Shores, California, company conceded that the two products-the Oracle8i database's iFS (Internet File System) and the company's Customer Relationship Management suite-have fallen behind schedule for a second time. iFS was delayed this year because of the need for further development, Oracle officials said. It is now due by next July, a year behind schedule. CRM has been pushed back to May, six months behind schedule. The slips, coupled with previously Read More
Palm IPO: 3Com’s morning after, or “Do you know the way to San Jose?”
What does 3Com do now that Palm, Inc. is gone? Find someone else in the neighborhood to play with. Cisco is just next door.

f stock  US$53.4B. The stock soared from its IPO price of $38 to open at $150 and trade as high as $165 on Nasdaq. The stock ended up 57-1/16 at 95-1/16, making it the third-biggest percentage gainer and the fourth most active issue on the Nasdaq. Late Wednesday, 3Com, which makes products and software for data networking, sold 23 million shares, or 4 percent, of its Palm unit at $38 each - well above the expected range of $30 to $32. Initially, the stock was expected to be priced at $14 to $16 a share. At the Read More
From Idea to Market-ready Product in Record Time
The odds against successful product innovation are long. New products need to win over consumers and convince retailers—a challenging task for many reasons

f stock  drop in profitability resulting from high stock levels. Tracking Sales in Real Time As soon as a new product is on the shelf, manufacturers want to track sales in real time and intervene if necessary. They are interested in market acceptance, consumers' first and subsequent purchases, the number of units per purchase, frequency of purchase, and the effects of this purchasing information on the product category. Does the price strategy need changing? Would further advertising campaigns increase sales Read More
Scient Finds That Golden Eggs Can Bite
Scient’s bottom line and stock price have both suffered from two clients that ran out of funds before paying their bills. One of them was a dot-com, and it’s

f stock  larger ones have already folded and even Amazon recently suffered a 19 percent drop in its stock price after it received a less than glowing credit quality report. Scient has not been, and will not be, the only company affected as the smaller (and not so small) dot-coms flounder. AppNet Inc. was hurt so badly by bad debt when one customer folded its tent that AppNet eventually had to sell itself to Commerce One. Although Scient has a fairly high exposure, with an estimated 25 percent of its clients being Read More
Siemens
Headquartered in Munich, Germany, Siemens AG is listed on all eight German Stock Exchanges, the Swiss Stock exchange, and on exchanges in both London and New

f stock  operates in industries ranging from information and communication, to automation and control, power, transportation, medicine, and lighting. Read More
Achieving Effective Inventory Management
In today’s competitive business environment, wholesale distributors face critical factors that directly affect customer satisfaction and profit margins. These

f stock  formula: Cost of goods from stock sales and transfers during the past 12 months Average inventory value If the total cost of goods sold over the past 12 months is $6 million and the average full inventory cost is $1 million, the distributor has achieved six inventory turnovers. Again, only consider stock items in the calculation, so that measurements reflect only those sales that are filled with warehouse inventory. If non-stock or drop-ship sales are included in the numerator of the equation, the Read More

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