Supply Chain Management SoftwareResearch
Sponsored by: DSI
This FAQ sheet provides answers to your pressing mobile supply chain questions, revealing how mobility is impacting field service and field sales, key benefits you can achieve, and more.
IBM Sterling Supply Chain Visibility - Optimize your supply chain network through real-time, end-to-end visibilitySponsored by: IBM
Consult this resource to learn how greater visibility into the supply chain can help you effectively combat efficiency and performance challenges and pave the way for business success.
Sponsored by: Quintiq
This guide offers insight to help you optimize your product mix and maximize profits.
Sponsored by: Oracle Corporation
View this Webcast to learn why the new transformation of JD Edwards applications can integrate your manufacturing strategies to improve your competitiveness and overall performance.
Sponsored by: SolarSoft
By creating effective two-way communication with suppliers, food and beverage companies can flag imminent supply chain needs, pre-empt time-consuming invoice inquiries, drive down supplier costs, and ultimately improve order fulfillment. Read this white paper to learn more.
Sponsored by: Apriso Corporation
In the Presentation Transcript of the webcast, “Strategies for improving supply chain visibility with technology,” Julie Fraser outlines strategies for improving a supply chain visibility strategy with the help of technology. Follow the link to learn more.
Sponsored by: SearchManufacturingERP
Get a primer on the supply chain management software and hardware that can help you get a handle on global supply chain risks.
Sponsored by: IQMS
In this eBook, read expert advice on finding the right mix of next generation wireless sensor technologies for every warehouse and shop floor.
Sponsored by: IBM and ComResource
Read this expert e-guide to learn how today's manufacturers can maximize their use of electronic data interchange (EDI) to improve supply chain management (SCM) efficiency.
Sponsored by: SAP America, Inc.
Installing the building blocks for manufacturing business intelligence (BI) can be challenging for organizations. In this tip guide, readers will learn best practices to unify supplier and customer data for manufacturing BI.