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James Hall chooses Accord for new business acquisitions

James Hall chooses Accord for new business acquisitions

James Hall now has three different businesses, each with differing business models, operating on a single integrated platform and network, managed and supported centrally

Ansys launches new version of SCADE system software

Ansys launches new version of SCADE system software

Systems and software engineering teams can drive new levels of collaboration through innovative information exchange with each other and with third-party data repositories thanks to improvements in the latest release of Ansys SCADE System.

HighJump Software acquires Atlas Products International

HighJump Software acquires Atlas Products International

HighJump Software has acquired Atlas Products International, a UK-based provider of Software as a Service (SaaS)-based business-to-business (B2B) EDI integration, secure data transfer, and e-invoicing solutions.

Vanderlande helps Shinsegae International to boost sales

Vanderlande helps Shinsegae International to boost sales

Shinsegae International is South Korea's leading fashion retailer. They currently own 10 stores and 766 shop-in-shops.

Voice Recognition and Logistics: Driving change with ease of use

Voice Recognition and Logistics: Driving change with ease of use

By Pierrik Chaignaud, Wavelink

In today's market, multiple Voice picking solutions are now accessible and readily available, even to smaller-sized warehouses, by emulating existing information in the ERP.

Whitworths improves supply chain and stock management with IFS Applications 8

Whitworths improves supply chain and stock management with IFS Applications 8

IFS has announced that Whitworths has chosen IFS Applications 8 to improve manufacturing efficiency, stock control and supply chain forecasting.

Logistics and customer service: not such strange bedfellows

Logistics and customer service: not such strange bedfellows

By Lewis Marston, CEO, Rocket Consulting

Optimising the logistics element of an organisation's supply chain is not an obvious focal point for improving customer service and experience. But in leaving this critical business function in the hands of a third party, are retailers missing a trick?

SMEs ignore important role of IT manager at their own risk, warns Node4

SMEs ignore important role of IT manager at their own risk, warns Node4

Node4, the Cloud and Data Centre specialist, is reminding SMEs of the important role that IT managers play in their business now and in the coming decade.

Etam Group selects Centric Software Product Lifecycle Management

Etam Group selects Centric Software Product Lifecycle Management

Etam Group has selected Centric Software, Inc., to provide its product lifecycle management (PLM) software.

DynaSys launches 'Ready To Plan' 1.2 solution for retail and manufacturing companies

DynaSys launches 'Ready To Plan' 1.2 solution for retail and manufacturing companies

DynaSys S.A.S. – a division of QAD Inc. has announced the launch of 'Ready To Plan' 1.2 (RTP), a preconfigured Demand and Supply Chain Planning (SCP) solution for retail and manufacturing companies. It is also expanding its staff to better serve new and existing customers in France and Europe.

Tesco signs contract renewal with Steria to deliver mission-critical IT services

Tesco signs contract renewal with Steria to deliver mission-critical IT services

Steria, provider of IT-enabled business services, has renewed its contract with Tesco to support and develop the retail giant's mission-critical IT services, including distribution, stock replenishment, product, pricing and payroll systems.

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