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Charting a New Course in Effective Distribution Supply Chain Management
Wholesale distributors that pursue growth while neglecting supply chain effectiveness are putting their long-term survival at risk—usually for no good reason

network flow charting  unfilled holes in distribution network capabilities   Strategies for success Optimizing a distribution business within the new, extended supply chain environment is clearly a serious undertaking. Distributor can no longer expect to follow a single, straightforward supply chain model. Today's model consists of multiple process flows - some needing optimization, others needing integration. And the model will change continually as suppliers, customers, outsourcing partners, locations and geographies drop Read More...
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Building a Best-run Finance Organization: A New Role to Address Today’s Business Realities
One company executive has a growing influence in today’s boardroom@the chief financial officer (CFO). And the role of the finance organizations that these CFOs

network flow charting  in the Customer Value Network group within SAP value engineering. Starmanns concentrates on developing solution-focused communities and networks, creating value-oriented thought leadership, and working with strategic customers – principally in the area of financials and customer relationship management (CRM) . Previously, Starmanns was a vice president in SAP’s CRM product management organization for partner channel management and a director for e-commerce. Prior to joining SAP, she was a manager in Read More...
Supply Chain 101: The Basics You Need to Know
Today’s manufacturers face increasing global competition and complex manufacturing networks. Supply chain management provides manufacturers with the needed

network flow charting  many goods through a network of suppliers and manufacturers, strung together by different transportation and logistics methods or networks. The five stages of SCM are 1) planning, 2) sourcing (procurement), 3) making the product, 4) delivery, and 5) returns (reverse logistics). This process allows products to move back and forth throughout the supply chain, allowing companies to leverage different resources to make better products and to lower manufacturing and distribution costs throughout the supply Read More...
Analyzing Manhattan Associates’ Supply Chain Platform Play - Part 1
My recent article on Manhattan Associates (NASDAQ: MANH) and RedPrairie Corporation stated that these two vendors continue to duke it out at almost every large

network flow charting  optimization of the supply network as a whole. The TCS module captures actual costs as they happen, and is pre-integrated with Manhattan SCOPE applications to automatically obtain cost information. In addition, TCS can obtain relevant costs from non-Manhattan sources. The product features multi-level  apportionment  rules to allocate cost (e.g., by organizational hierarchy, product hierarchy, timeframe, etc.). As mentioned earlier, the application calculates both total landed costs and costs-to-serve Read More...
The Web-Enabled Sales Process
Traditional enterprise-level sales strategies are no longer sufficient in bringing new customer accounts. Today's self-directed buyers delay sales contact and

network flow charting  change . 1976 movie NETWORK Today, nearly every business to business (B2B) information technology company I talk to is mad that its attempts to increase new account sales have failed. This has grown into a huge problem—to the point where a significant number of companies have decided that they are not going to take it any more, and have totally abandoned new account growth strategies. However, by leveraging new technology, understanding the buy cycle value chain and enabling today's self-directed Read More...
10 Ways to Sell Upper Management on a Network Upgrade
There are many legitimate reasons for upgrading your company’s enterprise network. The trick is selling those reasons to the executives holding your company’s

network flow charting  Upper Management on a Network Upgrade 10 Ways to Sell Upper Management on a Network Upgrade If you receive errors when attempting to view this white paper, please install the latest version of Adobe Reader. This means that datacenter managers and staff members, working in consultation with upper management , must consider the compliance implications of virtually every activity they undertake. Source : ITManagement Resources Related to 10 Ways to Sell Upper Management on a Network Upgrade : Senior Read More...
Management Strategy for Network Critical Physical Infrastructure
Network-critical physical infrastructure includes power, cooling, racks and physical structure, security and fire protection, cabling, management systems, and

network flow charting  Strategy for Network Critical Physical Infrastructure Management Strategy for Network Critical Physical Infrastructure If you receive errors when attempting to view this white paper, please install the latest version of Adobe Reader. Computer Rooms are the heart of many small/medium businesses. Often not originally or specifically designed to provide the ideal environment for IT equipment, special attention to Network Critical Physical Infrastructure (NCPI) when deploying racks of servers, Read More...
Network Performance Management Buyers' Guide
Most large organizations today rely so heavily on their networked infrastructure that they believe they must move beyond troubleshooting and assume a more

network flow charting  Performance Management Buyers' Guide Most large organizations today rely so heavily on their networked infrastructure that they believe they must move beyond troubleshooting and assume a more proactive approach to management by using performance management tools. Learn about features and functions to consider when evaluating a performance management solution, and compare and track how well the solutions will manage your complex IT environment. Read More...
Demystifying Network Access Control
Imagine this scenario: an infected laptop within your company has accessed the network and is spreading malicious code to thousands of other devices. This

network flow charting  Network Access Control Imagine this scenario: an infected laptop within your company has accessed the network and is spreading malicious code to thousands of other devices. This incident could cripple any business, but with network access control (NAC) products, companies can rest a little easier. NAC’s ability to measure, enforce, and report on an array of security issues has gained it attention amongst security conscious organizations. Read More...
Zooming into an Inventory Free Flow
FreeFlow, a provider of business services with a patented technology, aims to help companies improve product life cycle profitability by providing a unique

network flow charting  intelligence to Force5's global network of manufacturers and retailers in the consumer electronics environment. Know-how Does It Moreover, FreeFlow's patent-pending, Internet-based bid management engine within its hosted online marketplace software is supplemented by the business processes of broker engagement, financial settlement, logistics, and transportation, where FreeFlow's deep industry expertise and worldwide network of strategic alliances in technology play major parts. FreeFlow's online Read More...
BYOD Without Tears: The Impact and Challenge for Network Engineers
Bring your own device (BYOD) is as much a sign of cultural change as it is an indicator of prevailing technology trends. But network performance and security

network flow charting  Impact and Challenge for Network Engineers Bring your own device (BYOD) is as much a sign of cultural change as it is an indicator of prevailing technology trends. But network performance and security concerns can arise when employees want to use their personal devices at work. This white paper looks at the challenges of integrating BYOD with corporate networks in a way that BYOD does not compromise connectivity or performance for established wired and wireless users. Read More...
Winning on the WAN: How to Validate Network Applications Before You Deploy
Making sure that your applications run properly over private and public wide area networks (WANs) is particularly challenging for applications that are

network flow charting  WAN: How to Validate Network Applications Before You Deploy Making sure that your applications run properly over private and public wide area networks (WANs) is particularly challenging for applications that are sensitive to network conditions. The only way to have confidence that a given application will operate with acceptable performance once it is deployed is to test it under expected (and maybe unexpected) production network conditions—prior to deployment. Read More...
Saudi Arabian Network Security Provokes Local Considerations
Internet security in Saudi Arabia does not go overlooked. Are the Saudis being over zealous and paranoid, or are they practicing smart network security?

network flow charting  Arabian Network Security Provokes Local Considerations Event Summary In The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, the entire Internet backbone is concealed behind a countrywide firewall that is built on Sun Solaris servers using the freeware proxy server known as Squid. The firewall is located at the King Abdul Aziz University for Science and Technology (KACST). To keep foreign nations from viewing various local Saudi websites, the massive firewall blocks TCP/IP ports 80 and 443 for all connections coming into Read More...
Cisco’s Complete Network in a Box
Cisco has extended its Architecture for Voice, Video, and Integrated Data (AVVID) to the mid-sized market. Cisco has introduced the new LAN switching solution

network flow charting  Complete Network in a Box Cisco’s Complete Network in a Box G. Duhaime - June 16, 2000 Event Summary In May Cisco Systems, Inc. introduced a new high performance device targeted for mid-sized companies with 250-1000 employees to its LAN switching product line. This Catalyst switch is based on Cisco's Architecture for Voice, Video, and Integrated Data (AVVID) technology. The new Catalyst 3524-PWR-XL is best described as a Complete Network in a Box . This device is leveraging Cisco's AVVID Read More...

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