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1. 5 Effective Strategies To Make Your Supply Chain More Efficient
... them a comprehensive understanding about the company’s mission, vision and values. You need to design the training sessions in an appropriate way to make all of this possible. 3. Improve & Introduce ...
Created on 18 June 2018
2. Who Cares About Cyber Attacks on Supply Chains?
... to be had. But Crowdstrike identified other breaches that took advantage of more standard applications to gain access through permissions normally allowed to them. They included Avast’s CClearner and the ...
Created on 26 March 2018
3. Sustainability in the Chain
... carbon emissions. And consumers look behind advertising to understand corporate strategies, then make purchasing decisions based on what they understand. Colleague Pam Baker reports on the evolution of ...
Created on 05 March 2018
4. The Impact of Reverse Logistics
... in need among many other benefits. Travis Laws is the President of Worldwide Inventory Network Inc (WIN), a 501 (c)(3) public charity founded in 1991. WIN’s mission is to provide value and mutual sustainability ...
Created on 08 January 2018
5. Will electric trucks change transport?
... combustion engine and all its complexity and the transmission means less maintenance as well. Electronics are built into the design of the Semi in several ways and some that we probably don’t yet know ...
Created on 20 November 2017
6. Disruption of Globalization and Supply Chain
... . His mission is to deliver business excellence through supply chain and sourcing to help clients achieve a competitive edge in the marketplace. With more than 20 years of international consulting experienc ...
Created on 16 October 2017
7. WalMart's Sustainability Goals for 2025
WalMart has pushed its supply chain sustainability goals for years and achieved impressive results. They've recently looked out to the year 2025 and have updated goals and created new ones.WalMart may ...
Created on 14 November 2016
8. You Are Only As Strong As Your Supply Chain
...  Colgate-Palmolive Co., recently told Industry Week: “Supply chain management is getting exponentially more complex, so supply chain talent is the price of admission for the next decade.” According t ...
Created on 05 January 2016
9. Managing Your Supply Chain
... t too. An on-going reduction of operating costs, remains the primary mission for supply chain managers. Along with this, companies must keep SCM on the same page as business strategy, for example, concentrati ...
Created on 30 November 2015
10. Your EDI Payments - Exposed
...  their side of the transmission or management of the data, as both gain a value for that exchange. What I mean by that is this; when a retailer sends an 850 Purchase Order to the supplier, the data exchang ...
Created on 09 November 2015
11. Fix That Supply Chain With Logistics Updates
...  an organization’s communications with its suppliers and customers, respectively. The principle mission of SCM is to work with trading partners, which does not replace the dialog that Purchasing and Sale ...
Created on 02 November 2015
12. Difference Between Outsourcing and Managed Services
... er: Taking advantage of optimal technologies to support changes in mission needs (remember your customer is measuring you on your ability to produce solutions). Managed services solutions have a predef ...
Created on 28 August 2015
13. Solidify Your Order to Cash with ERP/EDI Integration
... 's mission statement. The amazing thing many organizations fail to realize is that the tools to improve order to cash are probably in place. No, you don't even need to build an SCM Control Tower. These to ...
Created on 24 August 2015
14. The Unnecessary Costs Of EDI Document Errors
... in the chain do arise. A big reason even automation can’t promise a perfect delivery every time is the transmission of incorrect data, ranging from improperly labeled products to the erroneous inputting ...
Created on 15 June 2015
15. 3 Ways To Make Onboarding Suppliers Easier
... er percentage will run into issues. Your team can concentrate on helping them. Give supplier administrators enough information and the correct permissions to modify as needed. Prioritize implementation ...
Created on 17 April 2015
16. Why Connecting EDI and ERP Is Important
... them into sales orders or other documents directly without human intervention. EDI replaces traditional methods of business communication, i.e. telephone and fax, with electronic means of document transmission. ...
Created on 08 April 2015
17. Logistics Sets Your Supply Chain Apart
...  with its suppliers and customers, respectively. The principle mission of SCM is to work with trading partners, which does not replace the dialog that Purchasing and Sales have historically carried out ...
Created on 20 March 2015
18. Cloud Myths Debunked
Last time we looked, there were 4 'Cloud Myths' that needed to be debunked. Now there are 10! I guess that's a sign that 'cloud' is moving along the Gartner hype cycle.In a Forbes article, Gartner's David ...
Created on 09 March 2015
19. How ERP, CRM and SCM Fit Together
... complete their mission. 3.  A lot of companies use their ERP as the “engine” to power their other applications like CRM (Customer Relationship Management software). 4.  Sharing data with partners has ...
Created on 06 March 2015
20. EDI As A Railroad
... or VAN mailbox). A VAN  lets you complete all your transactions in one transmission. A train lets you send all your shipments at once. The VAN is essentially a giant virtual switchboard where data ...
Created on 23 January 2015