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Supply Chain Management Software Research

  • GEP Outlook 2021

    Sponsored by: GEP

    To help organizations focus on moving forward in 2021, GEP released their annual Outlook Report, whichfocuses on global business and macroeconomic trends, 8 supply chain leadership themes and more. Download this 32 page research report to learn more.

  • Mobility and the Electrified Supply Chain

    Sponsored by: Baker Tilly

    Access this article to learn how suppliers are bringing EV technology into their plants and get a glimpse of what the future of the EV industry will look like.

  • Transforming the Digital Supply Chain

    Sponsored by: Thousandeyes

    In order to ensure the enterprise can adapt and thrive, IT professionals will need visibility into their end-to-end digital experience delivery. In this e-book, learn how to evaluate providers to architect your best digital supply chain and establish a monitoring framework to ensure they continue to deliver.

  • Extended Warehouse Management with SAP SCM

    Sponsored by: SAP America, Inc.

    Discover how SAP supply chain management has been extended to provider more in-depth warehouse management support through SAP Extended Warehouse Management (SAP EWM) and how it supports higher process and stock visibility, better warehouse operations planning, and better efficiency.

  • Is JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Right for Your Business?

    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.

  • Is GMO Product Information on Your Radar?

    Sponsored by: LANSA

    This brief resource explores the need for food manufacturers to disclose GMO information before the upcoming Global Data Synchronization Network (GDSN) is introduced, and describes how the right product information management and data aggregation systems can help you get there.

  • A Delicate Dance of Supply and Demand

    Sponsored by: Junction Solutions

    In this resource, explore the various challenges facing many manufacturing companies (in particular the dairy industry) when it comes to supply chain management (SCM). Learn how these obstacles are key drivers for business process improvements in SCM, enterprise resource planning (ERP), order processing, and more.

  • Tip-Guide: Demand-driven supply chain innovations center on analytics, mobile ID

    Sponsored by: SAP America, Inc.

    In this expert tip guide, readers will learn details around the recent advances in automatic identification and data capture (AIDC), especially item-level radio frequency identification (RFID) and smartphone-based social media and scanning applications for consumers, as well as new applications of supply chain analytics.

  • Align Finance with Lean Manufacturing: 9 Actionable Items

    Sponsored by: Infor

    This on-demand event identifies the incongruities and provides nine action items to align finance with Lean manufacturing, and reduce waste in accounting and costing. You'll learn 9 pragmatic recommendations for improving your lean performance results.

  • How Successful Manufacturing ERP Selections Are Made: The Top Things to Look for, Look at, and Look beyond When Evaluating an ERP Purchase

    Sponsored by: IQMS

    This paper examines the major considerations manufacturers looking to add, upgrade of replace Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software should be aware of. By being cognizant of these aspects you'll ensure that you'll be able to select a solution that best fits your needs, both now and in the future.

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