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Supply Chain Management Software Research

  • Key Strategies and Technologies for Modern Supply Chain Management

    Sponsored by: Oracle Corporation

    Digital transformation and traceability are two major considerations for modern supply chain management, and each has their own challenges that need to be addressed. Learn about the technologies and strategies you can use to improve your supply chain's abilities and allow you to make more informed decisions.

  • LANSA Case Study: High Liner Foods transforms its business with LANSA

    Sponsored by: LANSA

    This brief case study reveals how a virtual supply chain gave frozen food processor High Liner Foods, Inc. consistent, easy access to the same up-to-date information – allowing the company to reduce errors, increase efficiency, and more.

  • Infor - ERP SyteLine

    Sponsored by: Infor

    Infor ERP SyteLine spans the business of manufacturing to align supply with demand and support the business and operational challenges of manufacturers. Download this demo to get a better understanding of how this software can benefit your company.

  • Tip Guide: Tips for supply chain analytics and manufacturing BI

    Sponsored by: SAP America, Inc.

    Early this year, Ventana Research Inc. released a study that found supply chain analytics appears to be a poorly understood technology in dire need of some best practices. In this tip guide, readers will learn expert advice for putting supply chain analytics to use in manufacturing business intelligence (BI).

  • 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.

  • Strategically leveraging Sales and Operations Planning in manufacturing

    Sponsored by: IQMS

    Read this SearchManufacturingERP.com e-guide to find industry expert recommendations for how to choose the right sales and operations planning (S&OP) tools for your organization (ERP add-ons vs. specialized "best of breed" tools) and leverage new S&OP capabilities such as what-if analysis and financial performance data integration.

  • 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.

  • E-Procurement Usability: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly

    Sponsored by: Simplifying-IT

    A costly, complicated migration to a best-of-breed e-Procurement platform is not the only way to achieve a consumer-friendly user interface (UI) and ensure user adoption. Read this paper to discover a cost-effective alternative that allows SAP ERP users to leverage their existing infrastructure to achieve e-Procurement adoption.

  • Improving supply chain management with analytics

    Sponsored by: Epicor Software Corporation

    This e-guide examines the business case for manufacturing BI, and shows how manufacturers can take both demand and supply side signals into account when predicting future needs.

  • Presentation Transcript: Strategies for Improving Supply Chain Visibility with Technology

    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.

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