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1. Supply chain logistics are increasingly integrated with ERP systems
... areas has its own variables and affect logistics in different ways. It’s hard to imagine supply chain and logistics managers would be able to effectively deal with these issues with the limited scope of ...
Created on 03 December 2018
2. Pilot Offers Expanded Logistics Management Solutions
... followed by warehouses in Dallas, Toronto, Los Angeles and Orlando. This new multi-client warehouse gives clients of all sizes and scope located in the saturated Northeast market the ability to store, ...
Created on 19 December 2017
3. Is SaaS Based EDI a Cloud Service?
...  time for slow implementations and cranky upgrades. "As supply chains grow in scope and complexity, EDI departments are finding it difficult to keep pace with growing technology and personnel requirem ...
Created on 04 January 2016
4. You Have a Deadline
In an article in this month's Inc magazine, the word that frightens a lot of people, 'Deadline', is discussed. Are deadlines good or do they tend to corrode the quality of projects?Jason Fried comes across ...
Created on 03 December 2015
5. ERP Customization Impact
... it has impacts down the line that you may regret.According to Jay Deakins, once you take that step you're setting yourself up for scope creep, limited growth, and upgrade problems. Read his article on ...
Created on 26 November 2015
6. The Risk of Big Outsourcing
On the technology front, topics like outsourcing and the cloud are tied together in subtle ways, according to James Governor. The growth of cloud tech is an enabler, in a way, of 'big' outsourcing, which ...
Created on 17 November 2015
7. What is an XPL?
... e actual transportation companies too. While a 4PL is sometimes described as non-asset-owning service provider, their role is to provide broader scope managing of the entire supply chain. Now, along  ...
Created on 17 November 2015
8. What You Need to Know About Sustainability
On the Forbes site, Steve Banker takes on the topic of what supply chain managers need to know about the sustainability topic. He looks at an ARC Advisory Group report that draws surprising conclusions.Although ...
Created on 16 September 2015
9. Extended Supply Chain Effects
... supply chains and how they've changed as scope and complexity have increased.There's a lot here in a relatively short article... read it HERE. ...
Created on 04 February 2015
10. 3PLs, 4PLs, and Beyond
... ompanies too. While a 4PL is sometimes described as non-asset-owning service provider, their role is to provide broader scope managing of the entire supply chain. Now, along comes the 5PL who sometim ...
Created on 28 January 2015
11. IoT Under Your Tree
...  benefits.I mean, who wouldn't want a $400 tennis racket with an embedded gyroscope? Check out the article by Amy-Jo Crowley on the CBR site HERE. ...
Created on 08 December 2014
12. Successful SCM On-Going Disruption Recovery
... y resulted in confusion when the action needed to restore the supply chain falls outside the scope of normal activities.   Globalization of businesses has created a greater risk of disruption in supp ...
Created on 26 November 2014
13. Here Comes the Industrial IoT
... like efficiency, quality, throughput, and metrics, and I’m mesmerized when I consider the scope of the capabilities unleashed by IoT. Don’t get me wrong- the connected world for the consumer will be ...
Created on 08 October 2014
14. Interest is Peaking with EDI in the Cloud
... e Cloud hosts you are looking at under the microscope and you get a bummer for a provider. Forbes Magazine has put together a lot of information on the growth of Cloud computing, including EDI: Softwa ...
Created on 04 August 2014
15. 8 Things To Remember When Starting with EDI
... t Scope: Before you begin searching for an EDI solution you need to be able to answer the following questions: Who am I doing EDI with? What transaction sets (documents) will they require? Wh ...
Created on 28 July 2014
16. EDIINT, VANs, But Not SaaS?
... ch of a surprise to anyone who has been watching the industry over the last decade or so. While the results of the study are limited in scope, I found one aspect particularly interesting. Specifically,  ...
Created on 07 July 2014
17. Do We Need A Supply Chain VP/Director Or Just A Supply Chain Manager?
With the growth in scope of Supply Chain Management (and possibly a new Supply Chain Control Tower), we need to re-evaluate if the leader of SCM should be a “manager”; (as is the case in many companies ...
Created on 04 June 2014
18. The ERP Project Champion
Anyone who's been through an ERP implementation knows they generally don't run perfectly. That's an understatement. However, the best projects usually have one thing in common: a champion.In a VAR Guy ...
Created on 12 March 2014
19. Setting Project Expectations
Jennifer Lonoff Schiff, in a CIO article, tries to give us a few ideas on how to to set and control expectations for your projects. Based on the sheer number of project failures, this may be a critical ...
Created on 26 February 2014
20. The ERP Project Playbook
ERP projects are really fun, aren't they? Except when they aren't. When a project goes south, there's no playbook on how to get it back on track. Or is there?In an article by Brett Beaubouef on his blogsite ...
Created on 19 December 2013