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CEVA Logistics Selects IBM SmartCloud » The TEC Blog
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10-06-2013

A Green Logistics Terminal
Up to 75 percent of a company’s carbon footprint comes from transport and logistics functions, in the context of goods storage and distribution. Today, logistics companies are going green not just out of goodwill or compliance requirements, but also because savings in carbon emissions from green initiatives directly translate into cost savings. Consequently, emissions management and reporting are important. Learn more.

BUSINESS SYSTEMS FOR LOGISTICS: Enterprise Acronym-Related White Papers: Business Intelligence (BI) |  Customer Relationship Management (CRM) |  Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) |  Human Capital Management (HCM) |  Information Technology (IT) |  Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) |  Return on Investment (ROI) |  Software as a Service (SaaS) |  Total Cost of Ownership (TCO)
9/29/2009 7:48:00 AM

Supplier Logistics Management (SLM)Part 2
Supplier Logistics Management (SLM) offers the opportunity for considerable improvement in efficiency as well as cost reductions. SLM enables companies and their suppliers to successfully synchronize information.

BUSINESS SYSTEMS FOR LOGISTICS: light of today s highly-dynamic business environment, this ability ultimately translates into a competitive advantage , states Adrian Gonzales, a Senior Analyst with the ARC Advisory Group. Using SLM, companies issue suppliers purchase orders with desired order quantities and delivery dates. The suppliers are able to see and act upon the information related to the purchase order. Any changes or adjustments the supplier makes to the purchase order triggers a proactive event notification to the company s
1/23/2002

Supplier Logistics Management (SLM)Part 3
This continues the coverage of the fundamental issues targeted by supplier logistics management. Fully utilizing the compliance benefits that SLM offers allows companies to redirect employees from tactical operations to those more strategic.

BUSINESS SYSTEMS FOR LOGISTICS: a Senior Consultant and Business Analyst at Optum Inc. He has helped developed the Internet strategies for such Fortune 500 companies as GE Polymerland and Danaher and successfully implemented transportation management software at Federal Express Logistics, Skyway Logistics, Ticona, Monsanto, and Solutia.
1/24/2002

International Trade Logistics Challenge Automated Global E-Trading
The Internet has enabled a networked world, a communication infrastructure, and emerging enterprise applications, which have opened the door for international trade in earnest. But not many applications really offer multi-enterprise services and software to automate the transportation and Internet-based logistics management needs of a global trading network.

BUSINESS SYSTEMS FOR LOGISTICS: continually enhance supply chain business relationships, transactions, and communication. Definition of a True ITL and GTM System As described in more detail in International Trade or ITL Adoption , ITL and GTM, which are execution systems designed to automate the import and export business process, and whose basic functional components are trade documentation generation and transmission, and regulatory compliance validation, would hence include a complex exchange of information between multiple entiti
9/11/2004

Productivity for Software Estimators
Presently, software estimation is considered to be an art rather than a science. At the heart of this perception is the lack of understanding of the concept of

BUSINESS SYSTEMS FOR LOGISTICS: software estimation, requirements gathering, requirements analysis, requirements management, software design, software coding, independent verification, independent validation, productivity, productivity path, function points, use case points, object points, feature points, Internet points, test points, FPA mark II, lines of code, constructive cost model, COCOMO, micro-level productivity, macro-level productivity, time studies, work studies.
5/30/2007

Need for Content Security
Need for Content Security. Papers and Other Software Complex System to Use In Your Complex System for Content Security. The Internet access you have provided in the office costs money. You wish to see it used as a productive tool and increase business. It also provides the best way to appear busy. Employees can open multiple pages, a few of them related to legitimate work, while the others cater to their

BUSINESS SYSTEMS FOR LOGISTICS: Define Content Security | Business Content Security | Content Security Strategy | Content Security Market | Content Security Suites | Content Security Interface | Content Security Device | Content Security Module | Content Security Features | Content Security Contract | Content Security Technologies | Content Security Appliances | Content Security Leader | Existing Content Security | Content Security Measures | Content Security Service | Content Security Firewall | Antivirus Content Security | Content
9/6/2005 12:18:00 PM

Rheinmetall Defence: EMLO-Information-Based Logistics of the Future


BUSINESS SYSTEMS FOR LOGISTICS: Rheinmetall Defence: EMLO-Information-Based Logistics of the Future Rheinmetall Defence: EMLO-Information-Based Logistics of the Future Source: SAP Document Type: Case Study Description: Rheinmetall Defence: EMLO-Information-Based Logistics of the Future style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Related Topics:   Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP),   Military Related Industries:   Aerospace Equipment,   Public Administration and Defense,   Motor Vehicles and Other Transport
7/25/2013 4:54:00 PM

Infor EAM for Facilities


BUSINESS SYSTEMS FOR LOGISTICS: What Organizations Want in Business Intelligence (BI) Software TEC 2013 ERP Buyer s Guide for Process Manufacturing
8/6/2013 12:33:00 PM

What Does the Future Hold for PRM?
Almost every company has been scrutinizing their relationships with partners more closely and figuring out how best to reach and nurture them. With so much business going through indirect sales channels in the next five years, the need for some form of partner relationship management (PRM) should not be questioned. The natural question is then why only a few software vendors specializing in PRM have thrived?

BUSINESS SYSTEMS FOR LOGISTICS: not be questioned. Indirect business partners are usually better at serving local markets and specific customers than companies that focus on developing and marketing product lines across a broad spectrum of markets. That PRM is still morphing also stems from the fact that different folks need different strokes. The mix of traditional brick-and-mortar and on-line channels (so called click-and-mortar) is adding to the confusion. As the systems become more sophisticated, they are moving from single-channel
3/6/2004

Impact of Sales and Procurement on Reverse Logistics
Even as manufacturers and retailers seek to control costs and drive efficiency across the supply chains, controlling the financial impact of unsaleable products remains a constant challenge. A study conducted by Wipro Technologies in collaboration with Food Marketing Institute (FMI) and Grocery Manufacturers Association (GMA) estimates that the potential cost impact of unsaleables is over $2 billion annually. This study identifies the multitude of challenges involved in unsaleables management and provides a comprehensive operational roadmap for tackling them. It also lays out specific strategies addressing shelf-life management, product rotation execution, product dating variances, consumer confusions, and demand chain management. Find out more. Download this study now.

BUSINESS SYSTEMS FOR LOGISTICS: Outdated ERP Damages Your Business How to Navigate Today’s Supply Chain Challenges Profile: Sbemco Acronym-Related White Papers: Business Intelligence (BI) |  Customer Relationship Management (CRM) |  Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) |  Human Capital Management (HCM) |  Information Technology (IT) |  Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) |  Return on Investment (ROI) |  Software as a Service (SaaS) |  Total Cost of Ownership (TCO)
7/13/2011 7:50:00 AM


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