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Case Study: Barker Implement
Barker Implement, an Iowa, (US)-based farm equipment vendor, wanted to expand its business, improve productivity and customer service, and strengthen IT security without adding IT staff. To address those goals, Barker standardized new client computers on Windows Vista Business and deployed Windows Server 2008. Find out how Barker achieved efficiencies that are expected to yield long-term cost savings as the company grows.

IMPLEMENT SCM: Case Study: Barker Implement Case Study: Barker Implement Source: Microsoft Document Type: Case Study Description: Barker Implement, an Iowa, (US)-based farm equipment vendor, wanted to expand its business, improve productivity and customer service, and strengthen IT security without adding IT staff. To address those goals, Barker standardized new client computers on Windows Vista Business and deployed Windows Server 2008. Find out how Barker achieved efficiencies that are expected to yield long-term cost
9/22/2008 10:55:00 AM

How Multinationals Implement Business Applications in Their Subsidiaries
Multinationals achieve global presence through networks of subsidiaries. However, managing these subsidiaries poses a significant challenge for the corporate headquarters. Failure to monitor, govern, and control subsidiaries can cause inefficiencies in the value chain, even threatening the future of the entire corporation. In this context, how multinationals decide to implement business applications in their subsidiaries is nothing short of critical.

IMPLEMENT SCM: How Multinationals Implement Business Applications in Their Subsidiaries How Multinationals Implement Business Applications in Their Subsidiaries Source: Exact Document Type: White Paper Description: Multinationals achieve global presence through networks of subsidiaries. However, managing these subsidiaries poses a significant challenge for the corporate headquarters. Failure to monitor, govern, and control subsidiaries can cause inefficiencies in the value chain, even threatening the future of the
11/22/2006 4:22:00 PM

You Need More Than Functions and Features to Implement an ERP PackagePart Two: More Tools and Summary
This article continues the examination of tools that a vendor may supply that can make the implementation of an ERP package easier for your project team, end users, and IT department. Read on to see what tools you may want to have in your toolbox before proceeding with the implementation.

IMPLEMENT SCM: Functions and Features to Implement an ERP Package Part Two: More Tools and Summary You Need More Than Functions and Features to Implement an ERP Package Part Two: More Tools and Summary Joseph J. Strub - March 17, 2005 Read Comments Introduction It stands to reason that, when selecting an enterprise resource planning (ERP) package, you must be sure that the software has the functions and features to support your organization. Unless you turn those functions and features into reality with a successful
3/17/2005

Implementation Tools: You Need More than Functions and Features to Implement an ERP Package
When selecting an ERP package, you must be sure that the software has the functions and features that support your organization. But once that assurance is obtained, you have to worry about implementing the software. There are four categories of tools that 3i Infotech supplies with its base ERP solution, ORION™ Enterprise, which can make implementation easier for all the stakeholders involved.

IMPLEMENT SCM: Functions and Features to Implement an ERP Package Implementation Tools: You Need More than Functions and Features to Implement an ERP Package Source: 3i Infotech Document Type: White Paper Description: When selecting an ERP package, you must be sure that the software has the functions and features that support your organization. But once that assurance is obtained, you have to worry about implementing the software. There are four categories of tools that 3i Infotech supplies with its base ERP solution,
3/28/2006 3:59:00 PM

How to Get the Most from Your Supply Chain: SCM Reaches the Mid-market
How to Get the Most from Your Supply Chain: SCM Reaches the Mid-market. Get Software and Other Information for Your Solicitation Related to the Supply Chain or the SCM. Today’s midsized distributors can benefit from their software systems in ways that were impossible a few years ago. By layering advanced, affordable supply chain management (SCM) and electronic data interchange (EDI) functionality on top of their existing enterprise resource planning (ERP) system, they can profit from improved productivity and lower labor costs. Find out how.

IMPLEMENT SCM: the same resources to implement costly, high-end, integrated suites to answer the advance of large distributors on their territory. To survive, mid-market organizations should look for solutions that leverage their existing investments in enterprise resource planning (ERP) infrastructures, and augment those capabilities with enterprise-class functionality that integrates the back office to the warehouse. ERP has matured for mid-market companies. Size, cost, complexity, and necessary manpower were once
1/22/2008 10:32:00 AM

Inventory Planning & Optimization:Extending Your ERP System
SCM vendors are adding best of breed solutions to ERP product suites and are aggressively marketing this new functionality. The SCM market has been growing so strongly that where SCM was once viewed as a means to gain competitive advantage, companies now see it as a necessary extension of an ERP system, especially Inventory Management and Optimization solutions.

IMPLEMENT SCM: in the adoption and implementation of supply chain planning systems. ERP vendors have added new SCM modules onto their core product suites and are aggressively marketing this new functionality. AMR Research recently estimated that through 2006, ERP revenue growth rates would be 10% compounded annually. However, of this, the majority of revenue will come from SCM and CRM (customer relationship management) modules. The SCM market on the other hand has been growing at close to 50% annually since 1998
4/4/2003

Supply Chain Management (SCM) Software Evaluation Report


IMPLEMENT SCM: Supply Chain Management (SCM) Software Evaluation Report allows you to compare and analyze the features, functions, and services of multiple enterprise software solutions. Vendor responses are comprehensively rated on their level of support of for each criterion (supported, not supported, customization, future releases, etc.) to ensure you make and accurate and informed decision.

Satisfied with Your Supply Chain Management? Tell Us in this Brief Survey! » The TEC Blog
Satisfied with Your Supply Chain Management? Tell Us in this Brief Survey! » The TEC Blog TEC Blog     TEC Home     About TEC     Contact Us     About the Bloggers     Follow TEC on Twitter    RSS   Discussing Enterprise Software and Selection --> Fast, Accurate Software Evaluations TEC helps enterprises evaluate and select software solutions that meet their exacting needs by empowering purchasers with the tools, research, and expertise to make an ideal decision. Your software selection

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08-02-2012

Identifying the ROI of a Software Application for SCM Part 2: We Are Looking for the Vendor To Tell Us
Managers weighing an investment in software for supply chain face pressure to be right. Looking for a precise calculation of ROI often results in making an uninformed decision. This part discusses what to do when business analysis skills are lacking.

IMPLEMENT SCM: Identifying the ROI of a Software Application for SCM Part 2: We Are Looking for the Vendor To Tell Us Identifying the ROI of a Software Application for SCM Part 2: We Are Looking for the Vendor To Tell Us Mark Wells - July 16, 2001 Read Comments Identifying the ROI of a Software Application for SCM Executive Summary    The competitive environment for every industry grows increasingly intense. Fast, reasonably accurate information about the impact of a software investment decision grows more critical.
7/16/2001

Implement Consulting Group Partners with TEC, Bringing a Proven Software Selection Service to Scandinavia
Montreal, QC, January 20, 2011 – Implement Consulting Group (ICG), Scandinavia’s leading management and IT consultancy, has recently signed a prefe...

IMPLEMENT SCM: Implement Consulting Group Partners with TEC, Bringing a Proven Software Selection Service to Scandinavia Implement Consulting Group Partners with Technology Evaluation Centers, Bringing a Proven Software Selection Service to Scandinavia TEC furthers its global reach strategy to drive better-informed software decisions through localized partnerships Montreal, QC, January 20, 2011 – Implement Consulting Group (ICG), Scandinavia’s leading management and IT consultancy, has recently signed a preferred
1/21/2011 9:42:00 AM

Intentia s Movex for Food and Beverage: Gaining a Foothold in North AmericaPart Two: SCM and Other Functions
The SCM features of Movex should assist you in streamlining your operations to make them more efficient and cost-effective. Movex has meanwhile expanded its hardware base and has long added customer relationship management (CRM) modules.

IMPLEMENT SCM: and easy way to implement a solution to connect remote locations to the central software. Further, in 2003, a portal platform called Movex Workplace was made generally available to the Movex suite. In addition to serving as a browser-based user interface (UI) and portal, Workplace offers 4,000 preconfigured work roles and information flows, plus, it represents a nucleus to create other workflows. Heretofore, the only other realistic solution to remote computing was through Citrix or Microsoft s Terminal
2/3/2004


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