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CEVA Logistics Selects IBM SmartCloud
Market conditions are driving requirements for visibility and control across global operations and supply chains, as witnessed by a number of recent E2open wins

customer and supplier specific translations  supply chain for automotive customer customers like Chrysler and Honda by helping them maintain and monitor low inventory or accelerate shipments. This same approach is applied to CEVA customers in the consumer and retail, healthcare and pharmaceutical, industrial, and technology sectors. If there’s demand for a new part, such as a new type of memory chip for a smart phone or tablet computing device, customers like Apple can change to a different factory or supplier to deliver that new part quicker. To

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