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Refashion Fast-Moving Global Supply Chain

Challenge: This retail company's warehouse stock was rising as stores shifted risk further up the supply chain. The retailer needed to reduce inventory levels and production lead times to better respond to rapidly shifting consumer demand.[more]


Overcoming Operational Silos in the End-to-End Supply Chain With Kinaxis

Challenge: The organization wanted to elevate its supply chain planning capabilities to support synchronization, end-to-end supply chain planning, visibility and decision-making.[more]


End-to-End Supply Chain Strategy Drives Significant Business Results

Challenge: A large electronics company tripled in size in part because of more than 100 acquisitions; this company lacked visibility across their hundreds of factories and distribution centers.[more]


Baxter's Software and Planning Services Help IT Service Provider Scale

Challenge: This datacenter infrastructure start-up with a global installed base and support centers around the world, turned to Baxter to help: • Meet 4-hour and next-day on-site hardware service commitments. • Quickly scale service and support globally. • Maximize resources to focus on core...[more]


Consumer Goods Manufacturer Obtains End-to-End Visibility in the Cloud

Challenge: A major global food manufacturer lacked end-to-end visibility across the enterprise and supply chain. Assuring the timely delivery of safe quality products required greater control of goods and partners in the supply chain.[more]


High-Tech Leader De-Risks Revenue and TTM Goals with Resilinc SCRM

Challenge: A $15B networking equipment provider lacked visibility to their multi-tier supply chain, could not easily identify and assess risks such as supplier "hot spots" and single points of failure, and was unable to assess risks by part, commodity, category, BUs, location, revenue impact and...[more]


Eyefreight SaaS TMS Improves Freight Management Efficiency

Challenge: One of the world's largest steel manufacturers seeks to improve the efficiency of its logistics function. The manufacturer faces two key challenges: 1.) An overall lack of efficiency of all outbound freight flows to worldwide destinations. 2.) A manual, resource-heavy process for...[more]