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The Automotive Supply Chain in the New Normal: Analysis of the Industry and its Supply Chain Opportunities
While change is never easy, continuing with an outdated process does not help companies to stay competitive. Learn how transforming your S&OP process from a

what is the supply chain  Automotive Supply Chain in the New Normal: Analysis of the Industry and its Supply Chain Opportunities While change is never easy, continuing with an outdated process does not help companies to stay competitive. Learn how transforming your S&OP process from a supply-demand balancing exercise to a strategic approach that integrates your entire business can increase supply chain visibility, improve customer service, and ensure a better balance between demand, capacity, and profitability. And know the Top Read More...
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Achieving Supply Chain Visibility: There Is More to It than Meets the Eye
Industry research shows that one of the most important challenges facing supply chain professionals today is supply chain visibility. As companies scramble to

what is the supply chain  not the goal itself. What companies really need is the ability to leverage visibility to take action. Many will promote visibility solutions and will tie that to statements like sense and respond. The problem is few, if any, are actually providing tools to enable the response process. They provide a limited level of visibility and leave users to determine how to beneit from it. Information only has value when you know what to do with it. You can give someone all the song sheets you want, but if they Read More...
The Evolution of the Last-mile Supply Chain
“Last-mile supply chain services” is an evolving segment of the supply chain industry, but a cutting-edge segment that has evolved as supply chain managers

what is the supply chain  will get an earful. What is astounding to me is that we are not simply discussing geopolitical issues here. Fundamentally, there are real economic issues with today's supply chains: freight costs, inventory costs, lack of IP protection for US-invented goods and much more. Why did we then outsource our entire supply chain to Asia? I think the answer can be summarized by herd mentality or, more kindly, groupthink. Let me be clear, the solution is not to do a complete U turn to the days where we assembled Read More...
What Are the Real Benefits of Vertical Integration in a Retail Supply Chain?
This year I was invited to SCOPE East, a peer led conference focusing on supply chain issues from strategic, tactical, and operational points of views. At this

what is the supply chain  is able to see what is in the pipeline and what is being exploited within the mines. All the above reasons are great for cost and customer service benefits, but does it make sense for organizations to move away from their core competencies of designing and manufacturing quality luxury goods products? In my opinion, there is no such thing as a completely integrated organization. The issue is not a choice of being vertically or horizontally integrated, rather it is a matter of selecting the optimal degree Read More...
Transportation Management Systems: The Glue of the Supply Chain
With manufacturing now a global industry, moving product throughout complex supply chains remains a challenge for most organizations. But transportation

what is the supply chain  locations. It works with what is known as cross-docking and multi-stop pickups . If a logistics company wants to either cross-dock (the process where a shipment is unloaded at one DC and redistributed to other locations, whether retail locations, manufacturers, or other DCs), the system will figure out which items to consolidate with what load, and optimize the routing and cubing at the same time. With the above functionality, each module within the TMS can be combined with any permutation so that Read More...
Fear of the Unknown, the Art of War, and Competitiveness
It is not unusual to use the metaphor of war to construct theories of business competition—substituting competing vendors for the mortal enemy. But what about

what is the supply chain  is underused these days—that what we are doing in the present is not necessarily the best thing, although rationally, we believe it is. Admitting weakness is not easy, as it is the psychological equivalent of naked exposure. But although this feeling may be uncomfortable, it will allow us to take action. With imminent necessities come urgent decisions, meaning that it is vital for many Latin American entrepreneurs in growth markets to be constantly alert, almost with a degree of fear, to all the Read More...
Seeing the Future in Discrete Manufacturing: Paving the Way for Success
The evolution of global discrete manufacturing is ongoing. How executives at manufacturing companies answer questions and anticipate what will be the right

what is the supply chain  answer questions and anticipate what will be the right answer six months, a year, or two years from now will determine the success of their company. Infor examines current industry trends and identifies what it believes to be the seven trends producing the greatest stress and change in discrete manufacturing today. Read More...
Managing the Process of Process: Establishing the Right Goals and Improving Operations and Systems to Hit the Mark
North American process manufacturers face increasing challenges related to heightened security, pricing pressures, global competition, and rising costs. Thus

what is the supply chain  the Process of Process: Establishing the Right Goals and Improving Operations and Systems to Hit the Mark North American process manufacturers face increasing challenges related to heightened security, pricing pressures, global competition, and rising costs. Thus, continuous improvement of processes is imperative to remaining competitive. How close is your company to world-class? And how focused are you on process improvement? Find out how get started on a process improvement strategy that will Read More...
Collaboration 2.0: Taking Collaboration to the Next Level: From the E-mail and Document-centric World of 'Enterprise 1.0' to the People-Centric World of Enterprise 2.0
Most business collaboration continues to be conducted via e-mail and shared folders, but forward-looking organizations are increasingly considering socially

what is the supply chain  enterprise 2.0 software,enterprise 2.0 collaboration software,collaboration 2.0,enterprise 2.0 solutions,enterprise 2.0 tools,enterprise 2.0 collaboration,enterprise 2.0 mashups,enterprise 2.0 consulting,open source enterprise 2.0,web enterprise 2.0,enterprise 2.0,enterprise 2.0 santa clara,enterprise 2.0 applications,enterprise 2.0 san francisco,enterprise 2.0 2010 Read More...
Entering the Market in the World’s Largest Democracy
Currently, India’s population is approximately 1.0009 billion. The middle class is large and still growing; wages were low, but now are some of the best in

what is the supply chain  need for the products/services/technology? What is the probable market for the product/service? Where is the market located? Which mix of products and services will find the most acceptability and be the most likely to generate sales? What distribution and sales channels are available? What costs will be involved? Who is the competition? Check on Economic Policies The general economic direction in India is toward liberalization and globalization. But the process is slow. Before jumping into the market, Read More...
The Three Cs of Successful Positioning Part Two: The Channel
One of the most effective and efficient ways to develop a successful marketing position for B2B software is to begin with the sales channel, especially if you

what is the supply chain  lose The sales process What Really Happens in the Sales Process The channel is your direct link to the battlefield where your product goes up against your competitors' products. Pay close attention to the intelligence you get from the front. How do customers describe their most pressing problems during the sales cycle? What sales objections come up frequently? Who do they compare you to? (It may not be the competitor you had in mind.) All this impacts how you talk to your market and the materials you Read More...
Training for the Many… Learning for the One: How Successful Organizations Recognize the Difference and Use Technology to Deliver Both
Winston Churchill once said, “Personally, I’m always ready to learn, although I do not always like being taught.” Formal training and informal learning can be

what is the supply chain  for the Many… Learning for the One: How Successful Organizations Recognize the Difference and Use Technology to Deliver Both Winston Churchill once said, “Personally, I’m always ready to learn, although I do not always like being taught.” Formal training and informal learning can be combined to create powerful education opportunities for groups and for individuals. Include personalization in the mix and you have a recipe for almost certain success. It sounds straightforward, but is the Read More...
Logility Voyager Solutions for Supply Chain Management (SCM) Certification Report
Logility Voyager Solutions is now TEC Certified for online evaluation of supply chain management solutions in the Supply Chain Management (SCM) Evaluation

what is the supply chain  Voyager Solutions for Supply Chain Management (SCM) Certification Report Logility Voyager Solutions is now TEC Certified for online evaluation of supply chain management solutions in the Supply Chain Management (SCM) Evaluation Center. The certification seal is a valuable indicator for organizations relying on the integrity of TEC research for assistance with their software selection projects. Download this report for product highlights, competitive analysis, product analysis, and in-depth analyst Read More...
Oracle and Microsoft Partner in the Cloud (and the Sky Hasn’t Fallen)
These days, when the compromise-hating politicians with extremist ideologies in the US Congress are again threatening to bring the US economy (and perhaps that

what is the supply chain  and Microsoft Partner in the Cloud (and the Sky Hasn’t Fallen) These days, when the compromise-hating politicians with extremist ideologies in the US Congress are again threatening to bring the US economy (and perhaps that of the entire world) to the brink of credit default, maybe even a financial systems meltdown, it is astounding to see fierce IT archrivals finding common ground. Indeed, at the recent Oracle OpenWorld 2013 conference, it was refreshing to see IBM, Microsoft, Red Hat, SAP, Read More...

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