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Excel Users Are “Doomed.” Long Live Excel User Interface
A little while ago, in her post Beware Supply Chain Excel Users—YOU are DOOMED!!!!, my colleague Khudsiya Quadri warned Microsoft Excel users that Excel is not

khudsiya quadri  DOOMED!!!! , my colleague Khudsiya Quadri warned Microsoft Excel users that Excel is not a good option when enterprise applications are expected to be used. Reading her post and the comments that followed is a good exercise in learning different perspectives from different people. However, in my post, I’ll refrain from agreeing or disagreeing, but rather I’ll open another discussion that is also related to Excel—the user interface (UI). My thoughts pertaining to Excel’s UI is triggered by a Read More

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APICS 2009 from the Expo Floor: Is S&OP Coming of Age? - Part 1
While my colleagues Khudsiya Quadri and Gabriel Georghiu diligently attended numerous conference sessions and reported their impressions of each convention

khudsiya quadri  1 While my colleagues Khudsiya Quadri and Gabriel Georghiu diligently attended numerous conference sessions and reported their impressions of each convention day ( Day 1 ,  Day 2 ,  Day 3 , and  Day 4 ), my much shorter  attendance of the APICS 2009 International Conference in Toronto (Canada) in early October revolved mainly around exploring the expo floor and talking to the exhibitors . My overwhelming impression from the conference's expo floor was that the main value propositions this year Read More
How to Lower Your ERP Implementation Costs
Most companies are facing a number of pressures, thanks to a stormy economic climate. To help control costs and resources, many small to medium businesses (SMBs

khudsiya quadri  exist. About the Authors Khudsiya Quadri brings more than 10 years of industry experience to her role as a research analyst at TEC. Prior to joining TEC, Quadri was a senior business analyst with original equipment manufacturer (OEM) Celestica. Quadri holds a B.Eng in industrial technology from Bemidji State University (Minnesota, US) and is an SAP-certified sales and distribution (SD) professional consultant. David Clark is TEC's managing editor. With over 12 years of experience as a writer, translator, Read More
Optiant Going to a (Much) Better Place: Logility - Part 1
The mergers and acquisition (M@A) market seems to be coming back slowly. One evidence of this could be the late-March acquisition of long-struggling

khudsiya quadri  posts by my colleague Khudsiya Quadri entitled  “How to Reshape Your Supply Chain Network (and Why You Need to Do It Now),”   Can You Bring Cost Down through Better Inventory Management? , and my  blog series on long supply chain tails . Modern Materials Handling magazine’s 2009 article entitled  “Inventory: Getting more from less with inventory optimization”  is another great read on the topic. Logility: An Underappreciated SCM “Dark Horse” The more I think and refresh my memory abo Read More
TEC Certified: 2009 Vendor Wrap-up
With 2009 behind us, Technology Evaluation Center’s (TEC’s) research analyst team takes a brief look at some of the newest vendors to join its research roster.

khudsiya quadri  Chain Management (SCM) – Khudsiya Quadri Demand Solutions As product demands have been in a violate state across industries, many businesses require a means to predict and adjust forecast. This year, in the demand management space we got to see firsthand offerings of Demand Solutions product suite. Since 1985, Demand Solutions has provided a range of supply chain management (SCM) focused solutions. Its solutions focus on inventory planning, sales and operations planning (S&OP), demand forecasting, Read More
As the Economy Rebounds, Will Your Organization Be Ready for New and Increasing Demand? A Summary of the 2009 APICS Conference
Companies can get the latest on supply chain management trends—from inventory management, forecasting, and sales and operations planning—at the annual APICS

khudsiya quadri  The two of us, Khudsiya and Gabriel, represented Technology Evaluation Centers ' (TEC's) analysts at the conference. We went to a mix of the learning paths and sessions. Each learning path followed a consistent theme, such as: doing more with less, changes in global operations, managing inventory, demand, forecasting, and S&OP. All sessions discussed how these factors are altering the manufacturing landscape and how organizations need to prepare to meet new and emerging challenges. All topics were Read More
TEC Research Analyst Round Table: Software-as-a-Service (SaaS)
Software-as-a-service (SaaS): friend or foe? SaaS—also known as on-demand or hosted applications—is becoming more and more popular in a number of enterprise

khudsiya quadri  about leaking sensitive data. Khudsiya Quadri (Research Analyst – Supply Chain Management [SCM], Enterprise Resource Planning [ERP] for Distribution and Retail): What does SaaS mean in the SCM and retail world? Many organizations need to understand one key aspect about SaaS: it’s just a delivery model. In my opinion, the hype should be about the software—not the delivery model. It’s critical in the supply chain to look at the business by operational component, and to analyze which business process Read More
APICS 2009 Convention: Day 4 (Last Day)
The last day of the conference is different in three ways: there is no general session today; we have plant tours in the afternoon; and the exhibitors are gone

khudsiya quadri  efficient and save energy. Khudsiya went off in the morning to ask questions (as usual) in a panel discussion focused on women in operations management. The panelists included women from the top management of organizations such as GE Medical, Infor, DuPont, and Unilever. The panelists shared their experiences of operations management with the audience, and gave insightful advice about how women can enhance their careers in operations. In my opinion, the advice they provided applies to any industry or Read More
As the Economy Rebounds, Will Your Organization Be Ready for New and Increasing Demand? A Summary of
Companies can get the latest on supply chain management trends—from inventory management, forecasting, and sales and operations planning—at the annual APICS

khudsiya quadri   The two of us, Khudsiya and Gabriel, represented Technology Evaluation Centers ' (TEC's) analysts at the conference. We went to a mix of the learning paths and sessions. Each learning path followed a consistent theme, such as: doing more with less, changes in global operations, managing inventory, demand, forecasting, and S&OP. All sessions discussed how these factors are altering the manufacturing landscape and how organizations need to prepare to meet new and emerging challenges. All topics were Read More
Sage ERP X3 Version 6: A Sneak Peek
We recently got a sneak peek of the new version of Sage ERP X3 that is scheduled to be released in October 2009. We were given a detailed demonstration of some

khudsiya quadri     [click to enlarge] Khudsiya Quadri’s Take on Version 6 New versions of existing software are often not highly regarded. Most organizations fail to see the benefits of software upgrades because there are no magical answers to these questions: Is changing to a new system beneficial? Will it meet the business requirements? The following should be considered by users and potential Sage ERP X3 system buyers Multi design/Functionality Changes Sage ERP X3’s financial module has been revamped in Version 6 Read More

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