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Lean Tools and Practices that Eliminate Manufacturing Waste
A number of lean manufacturing tools and practices have long been used to reduce manufacturing waste. These include the five S's, visual controls, standardized

visual merchandising magazine  of life for employees. Visual Controls In terms of tools, lean manufacturing tends to focus heavily on visual controls to make life straightforward for operators and to avoid errors. Visual control requires that the entire workplace is set up with visible and intuitive signals that allow any employee to instantaneously know what is going on, understand any process, and see clearly what is being done correctly and what is out of place. Typical visual control mechanisms include warning signs, lockout tags,

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Merchandising Systems

Merchandising systems are the enterprise back and front-office software solutions upon which the majority of retailers rely to manage and support their daily tasks. These systems typically record product performance, which allows buyers to purchase merchandise according to that information and to make accurate merchandise decisions. Moreover, retail systems have capabilities for tracking inventory, capturing sales data, and managing retail prices. 

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Visual 2000 International


Visual 2000 is a Montreal (Canada)-based software developer specializing in apparel-specific enterprise management software. As a provider of apparel enterprise resource planning (ERP) software, Visual 2000 also has a worldwide presence, with distribution channels in Toronto, Ontario (Canada); Vancouver, British Columbia (Canada); New York, New York (US); Mexico; Taiwan; China; and Hong Kong. The vendor delivers on-site applications that address the implementation of advanced enterprise management and product distribution systems.

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Implementing Kanban Alternatives in Lean Manufacturing


Kanban—the Japanese term for physical or visual signs that trigger replenishment, which can be a useful part of lean manufacturing—is not a good fit in some situations. Alternatives to kanban can also eliminate waste in lean production by addressing inventory, materials, and replenishment process needs. Learn more on how you can find alternatives to kanban to make your enterprise resource planning (ERP) system “leaner.”

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BUSINESS FIRST


BUSINESS FIRST is an open and visual application factory integrating business process management (BPM) and model-driven engineering (MDE) innovative technologies.  

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Visual South


Visual South has been in business for more than 20 years, making its customers more successful through the use of VISUAL ERP. Visual South consists of a diverse group of people with deep experience in VISUAL and in manufacturing, and how they are intertwined. Visual South offers solutions to business problems that are cost effective, easy to implement, and easy to use.

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ChainReaction


The AXIND ChainReaction application suite consists of merchandising, product lifecycle management (PLM), manufacturing, and retail solutions. ChainReaction solutions include ChainReaction SOURCE, which includes merchandise planning; catalog management; specifications, approvals, and costing; order management; and a workflow engine ChainReaction MAKE, which includes ChainReaction SOURCE and adds materials management; inventory and warehouse management; and production scheduling and monitoring ChainReaction SELL, which includes assortment planning; catalog management; inventory and warehouse management; distribution; store management; point of sale (POS) management; sales promotions; and customer loyalty management ChainReaction solutions can be delivered as stand-alone solutions or in a software-as-a-service (SaaS) model. They are based on the Microsoft .NET platform.

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The Next Phase of Supplier Performance Management in the Retail Industry


Supplier performance management in the mass merchandising market is undergoing a renaissance of sorts. Increasingly, retailers are deploying vendor scorecards as a means of better aligning their supplier network with their corporate direction. Suppliers need to consider the implications and begin preparing for this or face considerable risk.

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Merchandising Systems Software Evaluation Report


Merchandising systems are the enterprise back and front-office software solutions upon which the majority of retailers rely to manage and support their daily tasks. These systems typically record product performance, which allows buyers to purchase merchandise according to that information and to make accurate merchandise decisions. Moreover, retail systems have capabilities for tracking inventory, capturing sales data, and managing retail prices.

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Retail Merchandising


Retail Merchandising systems allow users to effectively manage inventory across the enterprise, helping them to buy smart and sell through efficiently. Retail Merchandising is highly effective for hard-line and soft-line retailers alike. Retailers benefit from features such as automated replenishment, native style-color-size-size2 item matrices, advanced allocation methods, and stock balancing. Total cost of ownership is further reduced by leveraging additional integrated modules within Retail Merchandising, such as distribution center management, loss prevention, sales audit, customer loyalty, data warehouse, gift card management, open-to-buy, e-commerce, and orders and fulfillment. The Retail Merchandising solution is one of the few completely integrated systems that allows users to manage business regardless of where the business comes from. Epicor's core merchandise management system can take care of "brick and mortar" stores (style and price maintenance, allocation, warehouse and distribution, purchasing, receiving, replenishment, sales audit, and accounting interface), while its fully integrated e-commerce and orders and fulfillment modules extend retailers' reach to serve Internet and catalog customers. The net result: one view of the customer.  

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JDA Supply Chain Management Solutions


JDA® Software Group, Inc., The Supply Chain Company®, offers the broadest portfolio of supply chain, retail merchandising, store operations and all-channel commerce solutions to help companies manage the flow of goods from raw materials to finished products and into the hands of consumers. JDA’s deep industry expertise and innovative cloud platform help companies optimize inventory, labor and customer service levels. As a result, JDA solutions have become the standard for the world’s leading retailers, manufacturers and distributors.

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Desktop Video Conferencing: Industry Trends and Deployment Best Practices


The economic downturn and the consequent need to save money have raised the already increasing demand for visual communication and collaboration solutions aimed at escalating productivity while reducing expenses. This white paper analyzes trends in desktop video conferencing, highlighting the best practices for its deployment in the enterprise, and its adaptability to environments such as education and telehealth.

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