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The Rise of Price Management
New analytical software tools have recently emerged to combine and condense a wealth of information that should give the salesperson a more definitive

manufacturing management negotiations  upstream supply chain and manufacturing costs. As mentioned earlier, price management on its own might improve revenue (by a few percent) and gross margin (by umpteen percentage points), but truly amazing benefits generally come only when price management is integrated with appropriate cost information and demand management. Companies that can shape demand through price changes should focus on a combination of price optimization and price enforcement, whereas other companies might want to start first Read More

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SaaS-ing the Manufacturing Opportunity
The software as a service (SaaS) delivery model is here to stay, and most vendors have noticed. Recently, the endorsement for SaaS in the realm of manufacturing

manufacturing management negotiations  ing the Manufacturing Opportunity The Need for New Delivery Models Recently ordained the topic du jour , it is now apparent that software as a service (SaaS)—also known as on-demand, hosted delivery—models of enterprise applications are not the passing fads that the Y2K or dot-com phenomena of the late 1990s were. The rationale thereof, however, depends on whom one asks for an opinion (that is, whether the opinion comes from someone of the burgeoning SaaS camp or from the traditional and still Read More
Emptoris
The Emptoris acquisition of Zeborg is both a wise offensive and defensive move since it combines the resources of two companies that should focus on arguably

manufacturing management negotiations  a couple of Zeborg manufacturing customers like Owens Corning. Thus, Emptoris customers should leverage Zeborg's strong spending analysis technology platform and services capability, and the potential for closed-loop performance analysis that is critical to any supply chain management initiative, whether it is predictive spending in the supply chain or pre-spending analysis to guide all types of requisitions to the right contracts or commodity managers. This concludes Part Two of a three-part note. Part Read More
How Great Is Great Plains' Manufacturing Offering (Did Somebody Say Microsoft)?
Great Plains informed us during its Convergence 2001 annual user conference about its initial strides into the discrete manufacturing market. The following is

manufacturing management negotiations  following traditional ERP Modules: Manufacturing Orders Quoting/Estimating Capacity Requirements Planning (CRP) Work Center Definition Sales Forecasting, Inventory Management Routings Quality Assurance Material Requirements Planning (MRP) Master Production Scheduling (MPS) Engineering Change Management (ECM) Bill of Materials Work in Process (with Lot/Serial Control and Data Collection) Job Costing Sales Configuration The Manufacturing Series integrates with other typical ERP functional series available Read More
How One Provider's Solution Covers the Bases of Price Optimization and Management
What are the solutions that enable Zilliant's customers to gain a better understanding of their markets' price response and translate this into more profitable

manufacturing management negotiations  is prevalent throughout B2B manufacturing, distribution, and industrial services. Precision Price Segmentation and ZPPS Optimization work in concert to discern segment-specific price response patterns from price outcome data. These two applications then synthesize price recommendation guidelines (that is, the starting, target, and floor prices) for sales and marketing people that, when applied to negotiations, should maximize margins within and across all the different segments. In other words, the ZPPS Read More
Primary Metal Manufacturing
The primary metal manufacturing industry includes manufacturers of iron, aluminum, steel, titanium, copper, and other metals@with steel representing the largest

manufacturing management negotiations  Metal Manufacturing The primary metal manufacturing industry includes manufacturers of iron, aluminum, steel, titanium, copper, and other metals—with steel representing the largest segment of the market by far. The industry also includes manufacturers and processors in related industries like automotive manufacturing, machinery manufacturing, and construction. Challenges for primary metal manufacturers are rooted in the highly competitive nature of the market, volatile global economic conditions, Read More
Lean Manufacturing: Part 1
With all the discussion, books, Web sites, and other materials on the topic of lean manufacturing, it's hard to know which resources are credible@much less

manufacturing management negotiations  the definition of lean manufacturing into easy-to-digest concepts and shares the real-life example of a supplier of remanufactured solvents that is working toward the goal of lean. Get tips on how to determine what you need in your production operation and why. Read More
Integrating Customer Relationship Management and Service Resolution Management
The business case for integrating call center service resolution management into customer relationship management is becoming increasingly obvious, as companies

manufacturing management negotiations  Customer Relationship Management and Service Resolution Management A customer relationship management (CRM) system that accommodates complex customer-facing processes requires four key factors to give the system a competitive advantage. The first key factor lies in the application's ability to develop a complete customer profile that supports multiple business units and products. Service organizations need a wide range of customer data, including demographics, financial status, and current and Read More
Why Invest in Talent Management? Five High-ROI Business Drivers for Implementing a Talent Management Program
Clearly, with skilled workers retiring and the pace of change accelerating, recruitment alone can’t supply the smart leaders, strong managers, high performers

manufacturing management negotiations  Invest in Talent Management? Five High-ROI Business Drivers for Implementing a Talent Management Program Clearly, with skilled workers retiring and the pace of change accelerating, recruitment alone can’t supply the smart leaders, strong managers, high performers, and ever-changing skills sets necessary for success. That’s why organizations can see solid return on investment (ROI) by balancing recruitment with an investment not just in training, but in comprehensive talent management. Download this Read More
Oracle Enterprise Asset Management
Oracle Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) optimizes availability and utilization of assets. Oracle's products help companies manage inventory, equipment, and

manufacturing management negotiations  Enterprise Asset Management Oracle Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) optimizes availability and utilization of assets. Oracle's products help companies manage inventory, equipment, and skilled personnel as well as match these resources to asset maintenance demands. Read More
Warehouse Management Systems: Pie in the Sky or Floating Bakery?Part Two: The Pareto Principle, Processes, and People: Assessing Your Warehouse Management System Needs
To ensure your warehouse management system is implemented as painlessly as possible, you must assess your warehouse situation before you decide on a warehouse

manufacturing management negotiations  Management Systems: Pie in the Sky or Floating Bakery?Part Two: The Pareto Principle, Processes, and People: Assessing Your Warehouse Management System Needs Introduction After understanding the myths behind the claims of huge staff reductions , quick and easy implementation , and the fast and big return on investment, you need to know what type of features and functionality you should look for in a warehouse management system. The bells and whistles of a system might look enticing, but what Read More
Unified Performance Management: The Key to Successful Performance Management
Managing performance requires that business and IT, working collaboratively, develop a vision of how to integrate information and technology to improve the

manufacturing management negotiations  Performance Management: The Key to Successful Performance Management Managing performance requires that business and IT, working collaboratively, develop a vision of how to integrate information and technology to improve the performance of the organization’s people and processes, and then act on that vision. Using common performance management (PM) tools and systems—designed to ensure the effective use of consistent information—is critical to the success of the business. Find out why. BEGINLYX Read More
Warehousing Management: Yard Management, Competitive Analysis, and Challenges
The business remains challenging to even the most established vendors, since an intensifying product architecture rejuvenation and functional enhancements cycle

manufacturing management negotiations  to include many warehouse manufacturing trends. (See part one .) Part Two of the Who Needs Warehousing Management and How Much Thereof? series. The lines between warehouse management, distribution, and transportation management systems (TMS) are also increasingly blurring as more WMS' handle logistics functions such as load planning and building, shipment scheduling, and yard management. For example, functionality in TMS' have been extended by the inclusion of a yard management system (YMS) with Read More
Configuration and Change Management for IT Compliance and Risk Management
To keep your IT infrastructure healthy, strong operational processes are essential to managing changes—both planned and unexpected. A streamlined, integrated

manufacturing management negotiations  and Change Management for IT Compliance and Risk Management To keep your IT infrastructure healthy, strong operational processes are essential to managing changes—both planned and unexpected. A streamlined, integrated approach that incorporates hardware and software assets is a key foundation for meeting regulatory compliance requirements. Find out how you can benefit from applications that enable continuous compliance with operational processes and tools—and reduce your business risk. Read More
New Realities of Retail Workforce Management: Myths versus Facts
With an economic recovery underway, retailers are leveraging workforce management (WFM) tools to help them address their most pressing needs—cost reduction

manufacturing management negotiations  Realities of Retail Workforce Management: Myths versus Facts With an economic recovery underway, retailers are leveraging workforce management (WFM) tools to help them address their most pressing needs—cost reduction, return on investment (ROI), and measurably improved performance—while instilling practices that will serve them tomorrow and beyond. Find out how market leaders are leveraging the considerable benefits of WFM systems to gain a significant competitive advantage. Read More

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