Part 1 of this blog series analyzed Manhattan Associates’ innovative Supply Chain Process Platform (SCPP)-based analytic applications, including Supply Chain Intelligence (SCI) and Total Cost to Serve (TCS). I discussed other Manhattan SCOPE suite modules as well as the company’s recent evolution from being a mere supply chain execution (SCE) provider.
In Part 2, I zoomed in on the Distributed
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it might be exactly what is required for the consumer to see and order items (or return them, for whatever reason). To achieve visibility across a vast retail supply chain and accurately across all available channels is indeed a huge feat. However, as I mentioned in a recent article that analyzed Manhattan and RedPrairie’s paths, Manhattan does not yet have cutting-edge tools to sense demand, forecast, and optimize inventory at the retail shelf level. What the vendor currently lacks is the dynamic