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SaaS Buyer's Guide for Wholesale and Distribution
SaaS, despite its phenomenal popularity, is certainly not one-size-fits-all. You need to consider decision criteria such as fit, return on investment, and risk.

wholesale trade examples  delivery model to the wholesale and distribution industry. We'll examine vendor's capabilities across four main business areas: SCM distribution process management retail and commerce back-office operations   About SCM SCM is the process of managing suppliers, manufacturers, wholesalers, retailers, and customer business processes across five major areas: Warehouse management systems (WMSs) enable warehouse operators to optimize pick, put away, and replenishment functions by employing powerful system

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Microsoft Dynamics AX: The Chosen One Among Microsoft Dynamics ERP Equals? - Part 3


Part 1 of this blog series positioned all four Microsoft Dynamics enterprise resource planning (ERP) product lines and concluded that Microsoft Dynamics AX [evaluate this product] has been selected as the ace in the Dynamics ERP lineup and a global “platform” player in selected industries. In other words, the product has been providing an industry-enabling layer upon which certified partners can

wholesale trade examples  process manufacturing, professional services, wholesale distribution, retail, and the public sector , which will make it easier for partners to complete the sub-vertical functionality needed by most companies. Microsoft believes that the role-tailored user experience (UX) design and  Web Services -based application-to-application (A2A) integration called Application Integration Framework (AIF) within Dynamics AX 2009 strongly support this verticalization approach and should enable partners to build even Read More

ToolsGroup-Statistics-based Supply Chain Planning


ToolsGroup continues to carve out a space for itself in supply chain. Not satisfied with being the last remaining independent multi-echelon inventory optimization (MEIO) vendor, ToolsGroup is pushing forward with broader supply chain capabilities centered around a core statistics-focused demand forecasting capability. While many will argue the virtues of “top down” vs. “middle out” vs. “bottom up”

wholesale trade examples  consumer durables, consumer electronics, wholesale distribution. Seasonal demand, particularly attribute-based demand. Example: apparel and footwear. Most fashion businesses combine rapidly changing seasonal collections with longer-lasting continuous products. This means managing at least two different parallel demand streams and inventory processes, each with its own business logic. Fashion businesses must also deal with different styles, colors, and sizes, and distribution networks that can scale to up Read More

Stability and Functionality for Process and Discrete Manufacturers


While superficially, Infor's acquisition strategy may appear to be impulsive, it has actually been calculated to develop a stronger vertical functionality. This may mean that Infor can offer customers more stability while offering niche functionality.

wholesale trade examples  defense [A&D], etc.), and wholesale distribution (e.g., building materials supply, industrial supply, etc.) Geographic expansion . Acquisitions should improve global distribution and open new direct markets or indirect channels, improve competitive position in current geography, and leverage established partner relationships. As possibly the best example, MAPICS has increased the vendor's ability to sell in Asia-Pacific, where it had no previous presence (consequently now with forty-seven direct offices i Read More

The Tricky Enterprise Applications Needs of Plastics Producers


General enterprise resource planning (ERP) providers, even those which are viable companies with a solid product, typically do not meet the tricky requirements that are vital to the plastics industry and related so-called mill or material converter businesses.

wholesale trade examples  machinery companies, mold makers, wholesale distributors, and plastic processors) totaled $310 billion (USD) in 2002, whereas another $83 billion (USD) was generated by upstream supplying industries, bringing the total annual shipments from plastics activity to nearly $400 billion (USD). Overall, the US plastics industry employed approximately 1.4 million workers nationwide in 2002. Another 772,000 persons were reportedly employed by the upstream industries that supplied the plastics industry, which Read More

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GT Nexus


GT Nexus offers an on-demand global trade and logistics portal. Today, more than 40,000 registered users from over 15,000 organizations GT Nexus on the portal to monitor the global flow of goods and trade information from order point to final payment. GT Nexus connects the physical and financial supply chains. This allows buyers, sellers, banks and logistics providers to work over a common platform with a core set of information that supports multiple trade and logistics functions. Customers include Xerox, American Eagle Outfitters, Procter & Gamble, Weyerhaeuser, and The Home Depot.

wholesale trade examples  Nexus GT Nexus offers an on-demand global trade and logistics portal. Today, more than 40,000 registered users from over 15,000 organizations GT Nexus on the portal to monitor the global flow of goods and trade information from order point to final payment. GT Nexus connects the physical and financial supply chains. This allows buyers, sellers, banks and logistics providers to work over a common platform with a core set of information that supports multiple trade and logistics functions. Customers Read More

Keeping Score: Evolving Wholesale Credit on a Maturity Model


The inner workings of a global financial institution can contain literally hundreds of systems in which credit risk is recorded. This risk may be managed with dozens of different, disparate systems, which can appear to be an overwhelming and resource-intensive process. This is where a maturity model comes into play. A maturity model scorecard provides banks with a single point of reference to understand what they are, where they wish to go, some practical ideas about where to start, and how to do it most cost-effectively.

wholesale trade examples  Score: Evolving Wholesale Credit on a Maturity Model The inner workings of a global financial institution can contain literally hundreds of systems in which credit risk is recorded. This risk may be managed with dozens of different, disparate systems, which can appear to be an overwhelming and resource-intensive process. This is where a maturity model comes into play. A maturity model scorecard provides banks with a single point of reference to understand what they are, where they wish to go, some p Read More

Giving Trade Companies a Fast Start: SAP Business All-in-One Fast-start Program


As a midsize wholesale distributor, you need to stand out from your competition while improving efficiency. SAP Business All-in-One Solutions offer software designed to help you with your current needs, while remaining capable of supporting future growth. Find out how this solution can help you improve transparency and coordination between the warehouse and the executive suite, but also streamline inventory management.

wholesale trade examples  industry-specific functions. As a wholesale distributor, you need to stand out from your competition while improving your own efficiency. SAP Business All-in-One solutions give midsize trade companies a fast start with preconfigured software designed specifically for current needs, yet capable of supporting future growth. Functionality for Trade Companies SAP Business All-in-One functionality supports trade industry best practices in the following categories: Materials management Sales and distribution Read More

TradeBeam Keeps on Rounding Out Its GTM Set


TradeBeam strategic expansion, which covers the entire life cycle of global trade across order, logistics and financial settlement activities, seeks to improve operating efficiencies and working capital.

wholesale trade examples  Keeps on Rounding Out Its GTM Set TradeBeam Keeps on Rounding Out Its GTM Set At the end of 2004, TradeBeam Holdings , Inc ., a leading provider of global trade management (GTM) solutions that streamline global trading processes for enterprises and their partners, announced that it has acquired the assets of Open Harbor , a leading provider of international trade logistics (ITL) solutions. TradeBeam solutions include import and export compliance and global trade finance solutions like open Read More

Global Trade Hits Home at MegaResistCap-Part II: A Little Knowledge Goes a Long Way


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wholesale trade examples  Trade Hits Home at MegaResistCap-Part II: A Little Knowledge Goes a Long Way When we left Jim , it was 7 pm, Sunday night. Jim, director of IT at MegaResistCap, had received a message from his CIO. The company’s legal counsel wanted to know if their systems were able to support the company operating as a “deemed exporter.” ( See Part I of this series .) Jim knew he needed to work his magic and offer a solution or at least a direction to management—that’s why they paid him the big bucks. He Read More

Future Trends in Wholesale Distribution—Part 3: Emergent and Emerging Technologies


This last post of the series on the panel discussion at the recent TEC Vendor Challenge gives an overview of several key emergent and emerging technologies that should be key in the success of wholesale distributors and businesses in other industries.

wholesale trade examples  Trends in Wholesale Distribution—Part 3: Emergent and Emerging Technologies The recent  TEC   Vendor Challenge  featured days worth of vendor demonstrations from Epicor , IBS , Infor , Microsoft , NetSuite , SAP , and  VAI , as well as interesting workshops on best practices for software assessment and successful implementation. The Vendor Challenge also saw a dynamic panel discussion on future trends in wholesale distribution between myself, Jonathan Gross, vice president (VP) and general Read More

New-generation Software Addresses Wholesale Distribution Woes


All too often, fragmented IT landscapes make it difficult—and sometimes downright impossible—for wholesale distributors to improve processes, control costs, and create the efficiencies needed to succeed in a competitive industry. Nevertheless, enterprise technologies do have the potential to be powerful tools, quickly reacting to shifting market forces in a consolidating industry, and achieving operational excellence and solid growth.

wholesale trade examples  generation Software Addresses Wholesale Distribution Woes All too often, fragmented IT landscapes make it difficult—and sometimes downright impossible—for wholesale distributors to improve processes, control costs, and create the efficiencies needed to succeed in a competitive industry. Nevertheless, enterprise technologies do have the potential to be powerful tools, quickly reacting to shifting market forces in a consolidating industry, and achieving operational excellence and solid growth. Read More

Examples Of How Some Mid-Market Vendors Might Remain Within The Future Three (Dozen)?


While the ongoing consolidation frenzy is by no means the end of smaller vendors, the number of survivors will certainly be only a few dozen. Amid these ongoing seismic consolidation tremors, smaller application vendors are left with few choices: going private under a wealthy financial backer’s wing that is also committed to invest in the acquired technology, or snatching some prominent mid-market players within its market segment.

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Oracle Announces Transportation Management 6.3 and Oracle Global Trade Management 6.3


Oracle has announced the release of v6.3 of its Oracle Transportation Management (OTM) and Oracle Global Trade Management solutions. Oracle’s new Transportation Management release includes enhancements to: fleet management transportation sourcing, transportation business intelligence transportation operational planning rail transportation workflow and event management

wholesale trade examples  Announces Transportation Management 6.3 and Oracle Global Trade Management 6.3 Oracle has announced the release of v6.3 of its Oracle Transportation Management (OTM) and Oracle Global Trade Management  solutions. Oracle’s new Transportation Management release includes enhancements to: fleet management transportation sourcing , transportation business intelligence transportation operational planning rail transportation workflow and event management freight payment, billing, and claims document Read More