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SOX COMPLIANCE - LESSONS FOR EUROPEAN SUPPLY CHAIN ORGANIZATIONS FROM THE US EXPERIENCE

SOX COMPLIANCE - LESSONS FOR EUROPEAN SUPPLY CHAIN ORGANIZATIONS FROM THE US EXPERIENCE

This white paper explains the need for organizations involved in supply chain activities to comply with SOX and outlines the best practices that can be adopted to achieve that. Considerable amount of space is devoted to explain the impact of SOX in the US context and the learning European companies can embrace from these early adopters.

Rheem Air Conditioning Adds Logility Supply Chain Planning

Increasing service levels through improved inventory planning is key driver

22nd September 2004 - Contingency Planning for Supply Chain RFID Uptake

A practical, unbiased, look at how RFID will affect your business and how you can plan for RFID uptake.

Grand Marnier distils G.O.L.D. Stock for traceability and warehouse optimisation

Due to the new legislation in the USA on bio-terrorism, Grand Marnier has to locate and trace its entire production and distribution supply chain, from raw materials through to finished goods.

TNT Fashion Group Fulfils Oililys Worldwide Distribution Requirements using Manhattan Associates Warehouse Management System

TNT Fashion Group Fulfils Oililys Worldwide Distribution Requirements using Manhattan Associates Warehouse Management System

Fashion logistics specialist and supply chain technology leader combine to optimise global order fulfilment.

29 Sept - 2 Oct 2004, Logistics & Supply Chain Forum

Onboard the cruise ship Oriana

Gateway to RFID success

Radio frequency identification (RFID) technology is set to provide the next big shift in supply chain IT. A much-needed support network for retailers, suppliers and packaging firms alike is led by not-for-profit UK standards body, e.centre. David Weatherby, EPCglobal project manager for e.centre explains what this means for industry.

Are Supply Chain Software Providers Really 4 PLs?

There is an interesting phenomenon taking place right now within the supply chain sector. Unprecedented changes in the way the supply chain operates are placing new demands on IT systems while, in turn, developments in IT systems are opening up yet more novel ways of exploiting the chain - a self-fuelling cycle. Management can be forgiven for feeling insecure when making strategic decisions affecting the way they operate, or making decisions on their future IT infrastructure, in such a dynamically changing environment.

Supply Chain Management at 21

Outsourcing: The Next Wave of Supply Chain Value

Evolve to a network-enabled supply chain through transformational outsourcing to generate deeper cost savings, exploit technology investments and gain a competitive advantage.

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