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CEVA Logistics Selects IBM SmartCloud » The TEC Blog
CEVA Logistics Selects IBM SmartCloud » 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 starts here. Learn more about TEC s

LOGISTICS DATAFLOW DIAGRAM: ceva logistics, ibm, industry watch, SCM, smartcloud, smarter commerce, TEC, Technology Evaluation, Technology Evaluation Centers, Technology Evaluation Centers Inc., blog, analyst, enterprise software, decision support.
10-06-2013

Supplier Logistics Management (SLM)Part 3
This continues the coverage of the fundamental issues targeted by supplier logistics management. Fully utilizing the compliance benefits that SLM offers allows companies to redirect employees from tactical operations to those more strategic.

LOGISTICS DATAFLOW DIAGRAM: Supplier Logistics Management (SLM) Part 3 Supplier Logistics Management (SLM) Part 3 Todd Buelow - January 24, 2002 Read Comments Executive Summary SUPPLIER LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT The Next Strategic Layer of Competitive Advantage Supply chain executives are in the hot seat given the flat economy and a slowdown in revenue growth. They are challenged by senior executives to find new and innovative ways to reduce cost, while still meeting customer needs. However, in today s customer-centric environment,
1/24/2002

A Green Logistics Terminal
Up to 75 percent of a company’s carbon footprint comes from transport and logistics functions, in the context of goods storage and distribution. Today, logistics companies are going green not just out of goodwill or compliance requirements, but also because savings in carbon emissions from green initiatives directly translate into cost savings. Consequently, emissions management and reporting are important. Learn more.

LOGISTICS DATAFLOW DIAGRAM: A Green Logistics Terminal A Green Logistics Terminal Source: HCL Technologies Document Type: White Paper Description: Up to 75 percent of a company’s carbon footprint comes from transport and logistics functions, in the context of goods storage and distribution. Today, logistics companies are going green not just out of goodwill or compliance requirements, but also because savings in carbon emissions from green initiatives directly translate into cost savings. Consequently, emissions management and
9/29/2009 7:48:00 AM

Collaborative Logistics Technology: Filling the Competency Gap
Collaborative Logistics Technology: Filling the Competency Gap. Get Free Advice Associated with the Collaborative Logistics Technology. It’s not just operating talent and facilities that win business for logistics service providers. Every community of clients, customers, suppliers, and carriers must work together to fulfill perfect orders. However, few supply chain communities consist entirely of companies with top-notch supply chain applications. Learn how a software-as-a-service (SaaS) solution can help fill the gaps—and increase value to your clients.

LOGISTICS DATAFLOW DIAGRAM: Collaborative Logistics Technology: Filling the Competency Gap Collaborative Logistics Technology: Filling the Competency Gap Source: Cadre Technologies, Inc Document Type: White Paper Description: It’s not just operating talent and facilities that win business for logistics service providers. Every community of clients, customers, suppliers, and carriers must work together to fulfill perfect orders. However, few supply chain communities consist entirely of companies with top-notch supply chain
5/15/2008 2:17:00 PM

Business Process Overview: Warehousing Solutions
Business Process Overview: Warehousing Solutions. Search for Templates and Other Software to Delineate Your Evaluation Concerning the Business Process and Warehousing Solutions Warehousing processes are critical for the success of a distribution business. These processes are highly visible to your customers, and have a direct impact on their opinion of your company. If you cannot get the goods to your customers in the most efficient way, you risk losing their business. Your warehousing and logistics operations must translate into reliability and service.

LOGISTICS DATAFLOW DIAGRAM: business. Your warehousing and logistics operations must translate into reliability and service. Business Process Overview: Warehousing Solutions style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Related Topics:   Supply Chain Management (SCM),   Warehouse Management System (WMS) Related Industries:   Merchant Wholesalers,   Durable Goods,   Transportation and Warehousing Source: IBS Learn more about IBS Readers who downloaded this white paper also read these popular documents! Sales
11/16/2006 2:23:00 PM

Provia Software Rises To The Challenge
Provia stands apart from its peers in the enterprise software industry by claiming that behind every one of its installations is a satisfied client.

LOGISTICS DATAFLOW DIAGRAM: large warehouse distribution and logistics operations. Though AS/RS remained an important offering, HS&E began to evolve into a full-fledged supply chain execution vendor, complementing its WMS with acquisitions like Pinnacle Distribution s transportation management software in May 1999. In an effort to disencumber its diverging businesses, Haushahn GmbH divided the AS/RS and supply chain execution software sides of HS&E into separate entities, Viastore Systems and Provia Software, respectively. Today,
10/11/2000

International Trade Logistics Challenge Automated Global E-Trading
The Internet has enabled a networked world, a communication infrastructure, and emerging enterprise applications, which have opened the door for international trade in earnest. But not many applications really offer multi-enterprise services and software to automate the transportation and Internet-based logistics management needs of a global trading network.

LOGISTICS DATAFLOW DIAGRAM: International Trade Logistics Challenge Automated Global E-Trading International Trade Logistics Challenge Automated Global E-Trading P.J. Jakovljevic - September 11, 2004 Read Comments Introduction Communications and transportation networks improved so dramatically over the last few decades, that even faraway regions and nations around the globe are now within the reach of a mere Internet connection. As a result, companies have jumped into international markets and outsourced their manufacturing and
9/11/2004

Who s Who? Sorting Out the e-Logistics PlayersPart 3: New Solutions
There is a wide range of new 'e-gistics' players emerging to address today’s transportation and logistics challenges, and different solutions will be appropriate for different kinds of situations.

LOGISTICS DATAFLOW DIAGRAM: the customer. In transportation, logistics and other behind the scenes aspects of e-commerce, new services and capabilities are beginning to fulfill this promise, not just for Fortune 500 companies but for small and medium firms and for those with specialized requirements as well. These solutions range from e-gistics auctions and marketplaces, through software and support tools available over the Internet, including a whole new category of Internet Logistics Operators. This article outlines some of
11/16/2002

G-Log Offers New Start For CEO, Management Team
Global Logistics Technologies (G-Log) will soon launch its Internet-based logistics software business for the transportation industry. G-Log is a new beginning for CEO Mitchell Weseley.

LOGISTICS DATAFLOW DIAGRAM: in May 1999, Global Logistics Technologies (G-Log) will soon conduct a formal launch of its Internet-based logistics software business for the transportation industry. G-Log s products are targeted for international shippers that face significant complexity due to multi-mode cross-border shipments, global sourcing, and foreign trade regulations. A Web interface will afford users the ability to manage shipments on a global basis from virtually anywhere. In a recent announcement, G-Log CEO Mitchell Weseley
3/6/2000

Acquisition Places Descartes Before E-Transport
Descartes Systems Group announced a definitive agreement to purchase E-Transport, Inc., a logistics exchange solution provider based in Pittsburgh, PA.

LOGISTICS DATAFLOW DIAGRAM: purchase E-Transport, Inc., a logistics exchange solution provider based in Pittsburgh, PA. Descartes plans to offer $80 million (USD) in stock to the privately-held E-Transport. E-Transport s Marketplace is an online B2B transportation marketplace for shippers, carriers, and intermediaries, described as a neutral switching station where trading partners from around the world can conduct business, but still use their preferred data format and transmission means. Market Impact Descartes is making a
3/17/2000

Best Practices: Inbound Logistics - Driving Costs Out of the Supply Chain
This paper discusses best practices observed from the most successful inbound logistics programs of manufacturing organizations in the automotive industry and among consumer packaged goods manufacturers. It also discusses the role of third-party logistics (3PL) service providers in terms of transportation and warehousing.

LOGISTICS DATAFLOW DIAGRAM: Best Practices: Inbound Logistics - Driving Costs Out of the Supply Chain Best Practices: Inbound Logistics - Driving Costs Out of the Supply Chain Source: Infosys Technologies Document Type: White Paper Description: This paper discusses best practices observed from the most successful inbound logistics programs of manufacturing organizations in the automotive industry and among consumer packaged goods manufacturers. It also discusses the role of third-party logistics (3PL) service providers in terms of
10/21/2005 1:34:00 PM


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