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Demand-driven Supply Networks for Small and Medium Business
Lately demand-driven supply networks (DDSN) are a much talked about topic, yet little is written about SMBs and DDSN. By understanding the basics of DDSN, and

on demand television  had to exert pressure on the downstream businesses to place orders. In this environment, demand could often be erratic and therefore hard to predict. Items could go from a situation of under-stock to over-stock in very short spaces of time, and businesses across the supply chain did not have timely and accurate information in order to balance the turbulence. In contrast, demand-driven supply networks are driven from the front by customer demand. Instead products being pushed to market, they are pulled to Read More...
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Adsmart Blazes Vertical B2B Trail
Online advertising network Adsmart will be developing ad networks based on vertical business-to-business markets. This may reduce some of the variability of

on demand television  they first begin advertising on the Internet, in the long run most will want to see more tangible results than impression and clickthrough counts. (Of course a clickthrough does bring a surfer to the advertiser's site, but the advertiser would like to be able to maintain a relationship with this surfer through a later sales call.) They will learn from some of the larger business-to-business sites that such payback is possible, and will demand it from smaller sites. This will not be as much of a hurdle as Read More...
New Chapters in the Evolutionary Journal
Recognizing that change is a constant is the first step to survival in this new economy. Identifying the changing nature of business partners—customers

on demand television  wants and aspirations. Building on the initial models pioneered by Amazon.com and others, it is possible to create an intimate relationship with individual consumers. Irrespective of their geographic locale! All this new technology and openness has vast implications for manufacturers and consumers alike. Data related to consumers and their potential buying behavior is available through data mining, cookies, and subliminal prompts. Shoppers can be recognized, their preferences known and catered for by a Read More...
Where Is ERP Headed (Or Better, Where Should It Be Headed)? Part 4: ASP’s and New Pricing Models
This final note discusses how Application Service Providers (ASPs) have arisen on the Internet in response to such ERP woes as support expenses, misbehaving

on demand television  every day. ERP vendors, on the other hand, are not doing so well, possibly because they have been busy developing, acquiring, or bundling new functionality so that their packages go beyond the traditional realms of finance, materials planning & management, and human resources. Users' visions of ERP are evolving from tactical to strategic, and users are no longer willing to choose between integration and function. Within the next two years, ERP will be redefined as a platform for enabling e-business Read More...
What Are Your Competitors Telling You? A Case Study: SAP's New Advertising Campaign
SAP has a new marketing campaign. What does this mean for competitors, prospective buyers, and business-to-business marketing professionals? This case study

on demand television  not just to stay on top of their positioning strategies. Detecting a change signals the need to thoroughly re-evaluate the competitor and to consider how that change may affect you. Such a change could indicate a management change at your competitor, a new company strategy, a change in target market, pressure from other competitors, or other factors. I'll use SAP 's new marketing campaign as a case study of what a change can mean and how to discover its meaning, whether you're a competitor, a prospective Read More...
Avercast Forecasting & Demand Planning Software
The Avercast product line includes: Avercast Business Forecasting for analyzing historical product demand, forecasting future demand, and adjusting

on demand television  time-phased inventory planning in monthly, weekly, or daily time periods Avercast Supplier Connection for providing Web-enabled information to suppliers Avercast Trolling For Dollars for warehouse management reporting and for providing real-time information about which products can be shipped at any given time. Read More...
Demand-Driven Strategies for Complex Manufacturing
Many manufacturing companies have adopted or are considering the adoption of a demand-driven strategy. However, if you want to be demand-driven, you aren’t

on demand television  by getting a handle on demand planning is number two on the agenda. Using the knowledge of their products and processes, and understanding the constraints that may affect their ability to build any product on any day and in any quantity, is critical to not only developing a viable production plan but is essential to the manufacturer's goal of making promises they can keep. The manufacturing process in our complex world has many bedfellows. We need effective ways of dealing with product and process Read More...
Application Single-Sign On: Netegrity, Securant, or Evidian?
As security breaches become increasingly more frequent, minimizing user access to back-end systems and web applications without impacting legitimate usage is

on demand television  see which comes out on top. Virtually every viable business, non-profit or public sector organization today has a web site connected via the Internet that links them with customers, prospects, constituents, employees, partners and other groups. Some online only businesses would not exist without the web and the Internet. Advancements in web-related technologies have spawned portals, which act as gateways to individual web sites. No matter what you're looking for, the portal will try to give it to you. In Read More...
Attribute-based Demand Planning: A Powerful Tool for Process Manufacturers
As manufacturing becomes a global process, advances in demand management software have given rise to attribute-based demand management software. In the process

on demand television  of those characteristics, depending on the needs of the customer. The system analyzes demand against available supply, and performs a rebalancing of supply and demand based on the needs of the customer and the availability of each characteristic for that item. Requirements that can be measured may include specific consumption, location of manufacture, and specifications of raw materials that would also be calculated into the price of the item. ABDP also helps managers avoid building up too much inventory Read More...
Collaborative Demand Planning
In theory, demand planning is the foundation for profitable operations. But in practice, it is often a difficult endeavor. Accuracy can fluctuate wildly, and

on demand television  demand planning is the foundation for profitable operations. But in practice, it is often a difficult endeavor. Accuracy can fluctuate wildly, and companies tend to react to inaccuracies with new investments in technology, processes, and people. However, new investments do not guarantee better forecasts. There are often fundamental issues that need to be addressed before achieving positive results. Read More...
N-Tier Demand Management
The classic bull-whip effect means that the further a supplier is removed from the end consumer, the worse are the fluctuations in demand that they see. This

on demand television  compensation should be based on consistency and accuracy in tracking large end-customer deals. Forecasting Your Customer's Demand Beyond this, you should forecast demand for your customer's whole market and their share. For example, if you are a supplier to Ford, you would create your own forecast of demand for the whole light truck market and for Ford's share. Or a supplier to Juniper Network would forecast the whole enterprise switch market and Juniper Network's share. This way, if several major Read More...
Capitalizing on Private-label Brands through Extended PLM
Retailers have caught on to the hottest industry trend since skinny jeans: private-label apparel. And for good reason. The benefits range from exclusivity and

on demand television  on Private-label Brands through Extended PLM Retailers have caught on to the hottest industry trend since skinny jeans: private-label apparel. And for good reason. The benefits range from exclusivity and increased profit margins to the ability to offset rising raw material costs by focusing on more profitable lines. Extended product lifecycle management systems are crucial to ensuring the profitability of your private-label goods initiative. Download this white paper to find out why. Read More...
On-boarding for Organizational Growth
This white paper explores some of the drivers of the current focus on on-boarding, walks through some of the financial implications of improving the on-boarding

on demand television  of the current focus on on-boarding, walks through some of the financial implications of improving the on-boarding process, and outlines a model of on-boarding that spans the employee lifecycle. By attending to these aspects of selection and on-boarding, organizations will be better placed to deliver excellent customer service and to retain their staff as economic growth takes a firmer foothold. Read More...
Demand and Delivery Management in IT Services
Even when business revenues decline, the demand for IT services often continues to increase. To meet those challenges, both businesses and IT partners must come

on demand television  for IT services often continues to increase. To meet those challenges, both businesses and IT partners must come to terms with the demand and delivery needs of each group. Strong communication between the user and the IT provider is essential. Strategize your initiatives and transform your business: find out key recommendations to manage IT supply and demand relationships. Read More...
Intelligent Response Management Strategies for Managing Demand-Supply Networks
Over 190 companies were surveyed regarding their challenges within demand-supply networks and the top priorities for managing these networks. This paper is

on demand television  This paper is based on an analysis of that survey and highlights the need for companies to focus on intelligent response management strategies that bridge planning and execution. Read More...

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