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Warehouse Management for Wholesale Distributors: The Adaptive Supply Chain Network
To meet the challenges of rapidly changing market dynamics, wholesale distribution companies must transform traditional linear supply chains and their

warehouse and supply chain  (ASCNs). Read about how warehouse management systems can help companies and their partners avoid supply chain problems. Read More
Supply Chain Management (SCM)
Supply chain management (SCM) solutions include applications for managing supplier, manufacturer, wholesaler, retailer, and customer business processes. Addressing demand management, warehouse mana...
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Squeeze Play in the Supply Chain Management Market
Changing business requirements have forced supply chain execution (SCE) vendors to expand via add-on modules. Seeing this upward push from the SCE vendors

warehouse and supply chain  adding such functionality as warehouse management systems (WMS) and transportation management systems (TMS) into their suites; on the other hand, s upply chain management (SCM) vendors are including business intelligence (BI) or supplier relationship management (SRM) functionalities in their applications. Consequently, the IT market is seeing a convergence of functionality for ERP and SCM systems. In pushing downward into the supply chain space, ERP vendors are incorporating such additional functionality Read More
Supply Chain Advantage
Supply Chain Advantage, HighJump@s radio frequency identification (RFID)-enabled product suite, includes integrated solutions for warehouse and yard

warehouse and supply chain  includes integrated solutions for warehouse and yard management, transportation management, supply chain visibility, and event management, as well as trading partner enablement and collaboration and data collection. Its Warehouse Advantage solution offers strategies for fulfillment, containerization, wave planning, and slotting. Other processes include receiving, put-away and flow-through, inventory management, order processing, replenishment/pick/pack, loading, and shipping. Read More
Tightening the Chain-Supply Chain Cost-cutting Strategies
As companies struggle to control costs, the supply chain and management of supply resources have come under scrutiny. The supply chain is one area where a

warehouse and supply chain  this, physical acquisition of warehouse space and labor, and the resources to execute the handling component if products are involved, need to be considered. With each of these tasks, there are several steps involved to execute each procedure, which can consume additional time, resources, and budget if not planned for accordingly. Attribute-based Demand Planning The goal of a supply chain is to operate at the least possible dollar amount invested in inventory while maximizing efficiency and adaptability Read More
Supply Chain Management Vendor Finds Balance for Service Supply Chains
Click Commerce recognizes that the SCM playing field is highly competitive and fragmented. However, it believes it will remain competitive because its composite

warehouse and supply chain  supply chain solutions for warehouse management, order fulfillment, and supplier relationship management service supply chain solutions , with parts forecasting, planning and optimization, repair depot management, and reverse logistics. Network Logistics combines the strengths of the (acquired) parts, coupled with existing and newly developed technology: Integrated service supply chains require the connection of demand, supply, and service, to power high performance supply chains that are lean, extended Read More
Avoid the Perils of Service Parts Planning in Supply Chain Management
Significant differences exist between the new parts production supply chain and the service and replacement parts supply chain. Companies using conventional

warehouse and supply chain  the Perils of Service Parts Planning in Supply Chain Management More On Service Parts Planning Inventory planning and management is generally a well-researched and documented and applied discipline. However, the vast majority of work and associated software products are directed at servicing the needs of the new parts production supply chains, moving product from the likes of Proctor & Gamble to Wal-Mart across the globe (see Linking Planning and Execution Systems for Retailers' Nirvana—Improved Read More
Staying on Top of the Food and Beverage Supply Chain
Food and beverage manufacturers must aim to keep up with customer demands for a wide range of products, while managing the complex global supply chain and

warehouse and supply chain  on Top of the Food and Beverage Supply Chain Food and beverage manufacturers must aim to keep up with customer demands for a wide range of products, while managing the complex global supply chain and taking advantage of growth in new markets. For fast-growing or midsize companies, the challenges are even greater. Find out about a solution that can help optimize sales and marketing, and enable consumer-driven supply chains by speeding collaboration with suppliers. Read More
Oracle Warehouse Builder: Better Late than Never?
Close to a year behind schedule, Oracle released Warehouse Builder to the market. Oracle, in an interesting contradiction in terms, has stated that the product

warehouse and supply chain  extensible and easy-to-use data warehouse design and deployment framework. As part of Oracle's Intelligent WebHouse Initiative, Oracle Warehouse Builder automates much of the work that goes into creating a powerful, single data store for e-business analysis, specifically with its ability to integrate historical data with the massive, daily influxes of online data from web sites. The product, already in production at nearly 20 beta sites worldwide, is available for purchase tomorrow. The Oracle Warehouse Read More
Driving Costs Out of the Supply Chain: Inbound Logistics
One of the most neglected areas of the manufacturing and retail supply chain is the inbound logistics segment. Following best practices and creating a

warehouse and supply chain  the manufacturer. In addition, warehouse operators and freight forwarding organizations also negotiate freight contracts with the manufacturer (for their warehouse, regions), which means that the organization negotiates with a complex bunch of carriers, freight forwarders and intermediaries on rates, appointment times, equipment types, differing information flow requirements, building IT interfaces with multiple organizations, different EDI standards requirements and on promised freight volumes. Using a Read More
Simulation In The Warehouse
Simulation can remedy one time and ongoing problems in the warehouse. Learn about the technology of computer stimulation and how it can benefit senior

warehouse and supply chain  In The Warehouse Simulation can remedy one time and ongoing problems in the warehouse. Learn about the technology of computer stimulation and how it can benefit senior management in the logistics, distribution, and warehousing industries. This paper will describe the benefits of simulation as an analytical tool and the industrial lessons learned from failed simulation projects. Read More
The Effective Supply Chain
In The Effective Supply Chain, learn how your manufacturing operation can employ cross-organizational traceability, kanban loops, EDI, and supplier...

warehouse and supply chain  Effective Supply Chain The Effective Supply Chain Manufacturers are caught in a perfect storm of difficult markets, rising costs, shrinking profit margins, and increased competition. That's why many are turning to the next wave of supply chain solutions—solutions that offer more effective, more integrated supplier management capabilities. In The Effective Supply Chain , learn how your manufacturing operation can employ cross-organizational traceability, kanban loops, EDI, and supplier portals to: 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

warehouse and supply chain  skill level in your warehouse personnel and begin cross-training them in several different positions. Also determine your warehouse personnel needs, such as multilingual systems. This way you can make the skills of the warehouse personnel and the brainpower of the system work together for an efficient warehouse. Evaluate your warehouse supervisor. Speak with companies that have implemented a similar system and see what duties changed with the warehouse supervisor. I have yet to go to a company, which is Read More
Social Media in Your Supply Chain Keeps Everyone in the Loop
Social media is adding new value to cloud-based supply chain management for companies of all sizes. Internal social media (via Intranet) and external sites like

warehouse and supply chain  Media in Your Supply Chain Keeps Everyone in the Loop Social media is providing a key link in the new generation of cloud-based supply chains. Cloud-based supply chain management (SCM) platforms have been around for more than a decade now, although they haven't always been described as such. In recent years, though, this kind of software is starting to be built with social media capability as a central pillar. Companies with long supply chains that need to communicate with myriad partners across the Read More
Logs: Data Warehouse Style
Once a revolutionary concept, data warehouses are now the status quo—enabling IT professionals to manage and report on data originating from diverse sources

warehouse and supply chain  with today’s log data warehouse solutions, data is centralized, allowing users to analyze and report on it with unparalleled speed and efficiency. Read More
EXE Latest Vendor to Join IBM Supply Chain Club
IBM and EXE Technologies today announced a global strategic relationship in which the two vendors will provide supply chain customers with integrated solutions

warehouse and supply chain  EXE's flagship products, Exceed warehouse management and eFulfillment systems, will be jointly marketed with IBM's solutions, including its e-commerce server package, Net.commerce, and collaborative messaging solution, MQSeries. Initially, the alliance will target the automotive, consumer packaged goods, electronics, retail and wholesale distribution industries. In addition, IBM plans to establish global Supply Chain Centers of Excellence featuring combined IBM and EXE solutions. Market Impact Once Read More

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