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Critical Issues Manufacturing/Supply Chain
Critical issues are thought provoking articles relating to strategy, legislation, technology, best practice and some of the most challenging business topics in the world of manufacturing and supply chain information technology. The articles in this section have been contributed by leading vendors, industry leaders, research analysts, trade associations and consultancies.
This collection of articles cover a variety of topics relating to the manufacturing, warehousing, logistics, transportation and distribution marketplace across Europe. They look at market trends, improvements in technology and some thought provoking comment on all aspects of optimising and improving efficiencies throughout the supply chain from raw material to finished product.
Other important topics covered in this section concern Health and Safety in Logistics with articles from the Health & Safety Executive (HSE).Taxation, government policy, climate change, recruitment and training schemes are all covered, as well as educational opportunities at various UK logistics educational facilities such at Cranfield University.
Western European SRM Applications Market on the Upswing as Strategic Sourcing Fuels Growth, Says IDC
Oct 05, 2005 Comments (0)
Demand for supplier relationship management (SRM) applications in Western Europe increased in 2004, according to a new study from IDC. Much of the demand has come from a surge in orders for strategic sourcing solutions integrating and leveraging existing procurement systems.
Oct 04, 2005 Comments (0)
Neville Merritt of SSI looks at the challenges faced by food manufacturers, and provides tips on how computer systems can be used to help.
Sep 30, 2005 Comments (0)
The Supply-Chain Council (SCC), an international, not-for-profit trade association of companies from multiple industries and responsible for all development, maintenance, enhancement and distribution of the Supply-Chain Operations Reference (SCOR) model, is undergoing a major project to restructure the Model and publish it in a software technology neutral database format. The new version of the Model is expected to be SCOR Version 8.0 and will be released in the first part of 2006.
Sep 29, 2005 Comments (0)
As businesses grow beyond national borders, the need to support multiple languages, time zones and even legal requirements forces many organisations to re-evaluate the roll of IT to serve a wider global need and bridge the gap between partners and customers across the world.
Sep 28, 2005 Comments (0)
Book to be released October 1, 2005
Sep 26, 2005 Comments (0)
Stuart Scott, director of marketing and business development for Intermec Technologies, explains what early adopters stand to gain from this emerging technology.
Sep 26, 2005 Comments (0)
The Sage Enterprise reseller channel has aligned its market strategy with pure-play Business Process Management (BPM) vendor Orbis Software Ltd. This move is seen by many as a serious shift by the channel to strengthen its solution portfolio against competitor applications that harbour varying forms of embedded BPM capabilities.
Sep 21, 2005 Comments (0)
How do companies extend the benefits of SAP ERP deployment to the edgesof their business, and break down information silos? Jonathan Symons, MD of ITESOFT, shows how to short-cut the paper trail in finance departments
Sep 20, 2005 Comments (0)
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