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Optiant Going to a (Much) Better Place: Logility - Part 3
Part 1 of this series analyzed the late-March acquisition of long-struggling inventory optimization (IO) provider Optiant by long well-performing supply chain

starbucks logility  SKF, Standard Motor Products, Starbucks China, Subaru, Trek Bicycle, Verizon Wireless, Warnaco , and VF Corporation . These customers credit Logility’s products with their increased revenues, reduced inventory costs, improved forecast accuracy, decreased order cycle times, managed global sourcing initiatives, optimized production scheduling, streamlined logistics operations, reduced transportation costs, and improved customer service. In fiscal 2009 Logility added 68 new customers, and 30 more Read More...
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A Modern Tale of Long (Supply Chain) Tails -- Part I
As a little kid growing up in former (and erstwhile happy) Yugoslavia and watching my elders, day in, day out, downing dozens of strong Turkish coffees with

starbucks logility  of the post, imagine Starbucks Coffee or Peet’s Coffee & Tea companies trying to handle all of the possible coffee beans and tea flavors (beside other short-lived and seasonal merchandize) across the multi-echelon supply chains (central and regional warehouses) and hundreds of retail outlets. Indeed, what are the chances of over-stocking some and under-stocking the other stock keeping units (SKUs)? Quite large, indeed. To make things worse, coffee retailers would not be the worst example of long tails, Read More...
i2 Technologies: Is the Boom Over?
Seemingly unaffected by market downturns and Y2K, i2 Technologies regularly astounds the enterprise applications software industry with record-breaking

starbucks logility  Technologies: Is the Boom Over? i2 Technologies: Is the Boom Over? S. McVey - February 9th, 2000 Event Summary i2 Technologies recently announced financial results for its fourth quarter and year ended December 31, 1999. Once again, its 1999 revenues and earnings reached record levels. Total revenues for the full year 1999 grew to $571.1 million, a 55% increase over $369.2 in total revenues for 1998. Excluding charges of $6.6 million associated with acquisitions, net income for 1999 grew 134% to $30.1 Read More...
Analysis of Manhattan Associates' New Partnership with CommercialWare
Supply chain execution vendor, Manhattan Associates recently took a big step toward e-Business by partnering with CommercialWare, a 50 million transaction

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Key SCM Features to Look For (And Major Players to Look Out For)
Many CFOs, CTOs, supply chain managers, and logistics managers struggle to decide which supply chain management (SCM) software is best-suited to their

starbucks logility  SCM Features to Look For (And Major Players to Look Out For) Many CFOs, CTOs, supply chain managers, and logistics managers struggle to decide which supply chain management (SCM) software is best-suited to their organizational needs. It doesn’t help that there is an abundance (literally hundreds) of SCM solutions available on the market. Today, I’ll help you understand key SCM modules, and look at some key players with well established SCM solutions. Key SCM Features The core purpose of any SCM Read More...
Optiant Going to a (Much) Better Place: Logility - Part 2
Part 1 of this series analyzed the late-March acquisition of long struggling inventory optimization (IO) provider Optiant by long well-performing supply chain

starbucks logility  Going to a (Much) Better Place: Logility - Part 2 Part 1 of this series analyzed the late-March acquisition of long struggling  inventory  optimization (IO) provider Optiant by long well-performing  supply chain management (SCM)  provider Logility . The blog post then discussed Logility’s acquisition history to set the stage for the current offerings that Optiant will join. The 2004 acquisition of Demand Management, Inc. (DMI) and its Demand Solutions brand was particularly valuable as it Read More...
Logility Signs First ASP Deal with ebaseOne
Collaborative supply chain solution vendor, Logility, recently partnered with ebaseOne, which will use its ASP infrastructure to deploy Logility's supply chain

starbucks logility  Signs First ASP Deal with ebaseOne Logility Signs First ASP Deal with ebaseOne S. McVey - February 2nd, 2000 Event Summary Collaborative supply chain solution vendor, Logility, recently partnered with ebaseOne, which will use its ASP infrastructure to deploy Logility's supply chain management applications to customers. The deal is the first in what is expected to be several partnerships with ASPs for supporting Logility's i-Connection announced last July. Logility's Value Chain Solutions will be Read More...
SCT Fygir To Lubricate Valvoline’s Supply Chain
On the heels of its win at Equilon, SCT Corporation recently secured another high-profile contract in the petroleum products sector with Valvoline, the $1.1

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ToolsGroup-Going Back to Its SCP Roots
What has ToolsGroup, the expert in demand-driven SCP, been doing to address demand and supply variability? Read P.J. Jakovljevic’s article and see how

starbucks logility  Going Back to Its SCP Roots Last fall we had the chance to reconnect with ToolsGroup during its North American User Forum in Boston. An expert in demand-driven supply chain planning (SCP), the company offers sophisticated software that analyzes demand history across multiple dimensions, enabling companies to obtain more accurate forecasts and inventory targets for driving outstanding customer-service levels with less global inventory in their supply chains. ToolsGroup’s solutions span key SCP Read More...
Great Plains Supply Chain Series To Be Powered By Logility
Great Plains Software will supplement its ERP suite by incorporating Logility Voyager applications in an OEM deal.

starbucks logility  Plains Supply Chain Series To Be Powered By Logility Great Plains Supply Chain Series To Be Powered By Logility S. McVey - July 31, 2000 Event Summary Logility recently announced an OEM agreement with ERP vendor Great Plains Software in which some of its products will be branded and sold as Great Plains' Supply Chain Series. The first modules to be offered are Logility's warehouse management system, WarehousePRO and its logistics execution application, Transportation Management. Great Plains plans to Read More...
Syncra Systems Helps Kimberly-Clark Clean Up
Though other software vendors market CPFR tools, Syncra System’s vendor neutrality makes it stand apart.

starbucks logility  Systems Helps Kimberly-Clark Clean Up Syncra Systems Helps Kimberly-Clark Clean Up S. McVey - October 9, 2000 Event Summary Cambridge, Massachusetts based Syncra Systems will help consumer goods manufacturer Kimberly-Clark Corporation develop collaborative sales forecasts with its leading trading partners. Syncra Systems will deploy its Syncra Ct software for CPFR (Collaborative Planning, Forecasting, and Replenishment) in an effort to improve the way Kimberly-Clark collaborates with its retail Read More...
How to Plan and Manage in Uncertainty and Volatility? Based on Reality and Facts, Duh! - Part 2
Part 1 of this blog series articulated the acute need to bring supply chain planning and execution together so that enterprises can react quickly in an informed

starbucks logility  to Plan and Manage in Uncertainty and Volatility? Based on Reality and Facts, Duh! - Part 2 Part 1 of this blog series articulated the acute need to bring supply chain planning and execution together so that enterprises can react quickly in an informed and confident fashion . The Boston Red Sox ' September 2011 collapse was used as a poignant example of how even the best long-term planning can be rendered useless if there is no responsiveness during crunch time. In general, if we know that our plans Read More...
Internet Makes SCP All That It Can Be
The Internet is reshaping the supply chain planning marketplace. Several clear trends have emerged in recent years that capitalize on the possibilities for

starbucks logility  Makes SCP All That It Can Be Internet Makes SCP All That It Can Be S. McVey - April 26th, 2000 Introduction The Internet is reshaping the enterprise applications market by making possible unprecedented visibility and information sharing between enterprises. Nowhere is this transformation more evident than in the supply chain planning (SCP) software market. The fact is, prior to the Internet, much of what SCP promised was never realized beyond a conceptual level. Supply chains that seamlessly Read More...
SmartOps Steps Out in to the Cloud SCM
SmartOps Corporation is a quiet provider of supply chain planning (SCP) solutions that right-size inventory and capture more sales (by way of managing demand

starbucks logility  Steps Out in to the Cloud SCM SmartOps Corporation is a quiet provider of supply chain planning (SCP) solutions that right-size inventory and capture more sales (by way of managing demand) for global enterprises that compete in complexity and uncertainty of their global supply chains. Deploying SmartOps’ solutions has dramatically improved supply chain performance at more than 50 Fortune 1000 and global 2000 companies in discrete manufacturing, consumer durables and packaged goods, technology, Read More...
Company Makes Good On B2B Collaboration
Logility recently announced financial results for the third quarter ended January 31, 2000 and seemingly escaped the market turmoil that pummeled other

starbucks logility  Makes Good On B2B Collaboration Company Makes Good On B2B Collaboration S. McVey - March 8th, 2000 Event Summary Business-to-business collaborative planning software company, Logility recently announced financial results for the third quarter ended January 31, 2000. Corporate revenue growth achieved its highest level since a decline that began in the first quarter of fiscal 1999 (Figure 1). Although software license fees at $3.9 million dropped 3% from those reported in the second quarter, they repr Read More...

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