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Survey Says: It’s Not Your Dad’s Supply Chain Anymore

Companies adopting an intelligent operations strategy to manage their supply chains will be in the best position to succeed in the future — if they have the right talent.[more]


The New World of Business Analytics Offers Promise for Supply Chain Leaders

The New World of Business Analytics Offers Promise for Supply Chain Leaders

Companies are drowning in data, but are low on insights. Exciting advances in analytics are opening up new opportunities for supply chain teams. The challenge is that it means charting a new path and defining new processes to take advantages of new capabilities. The path forward means charting a...[more]


Opinion: End Your Global Supply Chain Paper Chase

Opinion: End Your Global Supply Chain Paper Chase

Managing complexity has become a priority for modern-day logistics and supply chain leaders. For many enterprises, however, reliance on cumbersome legacy systems keeps them chained to the costly ways of the past. [more]


Opinion: Debunking Five Myths for the Supply Chain Buyer of Enterprise Software

Opinion: Debunking Five Myths for the Supply Chain Buyer of Enterprise Software

At the end of my last call, I put down my headphones and smiled. It just happened again. What was it? I heard business buyers string together a set of "belief statements." These are commonly held as "truths" in the industry.[more]


Companies Trialing NFC With Workflow-Management Application

As Near Field Communication (NFC) functionality becomes more ubiquitous in mobile devices, workflow applications provider Flowfinity Wireless Inc. has added NFC to its enterprise mobile application software to enable users to capture and store information faster. The technology is now being tested...[more]


Three Keys to Keep You Ahead of Digital Transformation

As digital transformation enables rapid change in traditional operations, organizations are finding new and more efficient ways to do business. [more]


Executive Briefing: Optimizing Your Workforce Through Labor Management

Executive Briefing: Optimizing Your Workforce Through Labor Management

Broadly speaking, a labor management system, manages the labor force in a warehouse or distribution center. More specifically, it reports on the productivity level of an employee or group of workers in those facilities.[more]


Manufacturer Finds Acquisition Brings Unlimited ERP Seats

Manufacturer Finds Acquisition Brings Unlimited ERP Seats

Taking over companies can bring IT expense as well as new business opportunities. So an electrical supply manufacturer was delighted that a merger brought unlimited licenses at no extra cost.[more]


TV Home-Shopping Retailer Benefits From EDI Managed Service

TV Home-Shopping Retailer Benefits From EDI Managed Service

As U.K.-based television home shopping company experienced explosive growth, it needed to consolidate all electronic data interchange operations onto one platform and integrate with its back office.[more]


TV Home-Shopping Retailer Benefits From EDI Managed Service

As U.K.-based television home shopping company experienced explosive growth, it needed to consolidate all electronic data interchange operations onto one platform and integrate with its back office.[more]


Manufacturer Finds Acquisition Brings Unlimited ERP Seats

Taking over companies can bring IT expense as well as new business opportunities. So an electrical supply manufacturer was delighted that a merger brought unlimited licenses at no extra cost.[more]


15 ERP Disasters and Dustups - and How to Avoid Them

You can find out how crucial an enterprise resource planning (ERP) software rollout can be for a company from a single word: billions - as in lawsuit price tags over failed ERP and customer relationship management (CRM).[more]


ERP 101: Here's How the Software Improves Business Performance

Enterprise resource planning (ERP) software doesn't live up to its acronym. Forget about planning - it doesn't do much of that - and forget about resource, a throwaway term.[more]


Japanese Smart Factory Represents the Future of Manufacturing

The top manufacturing facility of Toyota transmissions isn't based in Japan but in Durham, North Carolina. The AW North Carolina (AWNC) plant - a subsidiary of AW, which is based in Anjo City, Japan - churns out more than 600,000 automatic transmissions per year for models such as the Camry,...[more]


Three Problems in Manufacturing That Impact Productivity and Profitability

Three Problems in Manufacturing That Impact Productivity and Profitability

Despite the advanced technology now available, there are still three key issues that adversely affect manufacturers of all types and sizes: data management, inventory, and gross margin.[more]


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