Published By: Riverbed
Published Date: Jul 17, 2013
Effective IT planning and decision making are dependent upon having a complete asset inventory and an accurate understanding about dependencies available before, during and after IT change activities. Application discovery and dependency mapping (ADDM) solutions automate the process of discovering and mapping transactions and applications to the underlying infrastructure and application interdependencies. Learn how Riverbed Cascade’s built-in application discovery and dependency mapping capabilities can help you shorten project times and mitigate risk.
Leadership at Chicago Faucets of Milwaukee, Wis., discusses how investments in flexible manufacturing systems helped drive company-wide supply chain improvements for improved delivery, inventory management and profitability in the manufacturing of its commercial faucets. Using two MMC2 flexible manufacturing cells with Makino horizontal machining centers, the company’s manufacturing team achieved the flexibility necessary to efficiently respond to real-time customer demand within an exceptionally high-mix production environment.
Rising costs, declining reimbursements and the mandate to improve quality: these are key challenges that surgery centers face every day. For years, costs have continued to climb, while reimbursements have declined or, at best, remained stable. To address these issues and succeed in the future, surgery centers need to develop comprehensive plans that leverage both supply chain and clinical expertise. For many facilities, the next step is to conduct a clinical assessment that identifies new ways to improve inventory management and clinical practices. The heart of this approach from Cardinal Health is a clinical team that leverages OR and supply chain expertise to understand, prioritize and pursue opportunities for improving the health of patient and your practice alike. To learn more, read this case study and find out how two surgery centers have used a clinical assessment from Cardinal Health to improve performance.
Guru Labels, a specialist label printing company, deploys Sage Business Cloud Enterprise Management to replace a variety of stand-alone systems with a single, integrated solution that could bring together data from Guru Labels’ manufacturing, inventory, purchasing, finance, CRM an sales systems. It enables the business to improve job scheduling, reduce costs, retain margins and provide rapid responses to quotes that ultimately leads to high customer satisfaction rates.
Sage, the market leader in cloud business management launched an independent study by Forrester that has revealed the significant savings made by business in three major industries after they implemented Sage Business Cloud Enterprise Management. The research found that as well as receiving significant ROI within a short amount of time, businesses found savings in labour, inventory levels, and improved productivity resulting in thousands of hours saved globally.
The key to order management success is to recognize that the product alone is no longer what is being sold, but the entire purchase experience from the point of view of the customer. Each retail task is a challenge that brings the customer and their needs to the center of the conversation. With the help of IBM Order Management and Watson Order Optimizer, your company can address the key challenges of optimizing inventory and minimizing cost-to-serve while delivering omni-channel services that satisfy your customers.
To compete in today’s fast-paced business climate, enterprises need
accurate and frequent sales and customer reports to make real-time
operational decisions about pricing, merchandising and inventory
management. They also require greater agility to respond to business
events as they happen, and more visibility into business activities so
information and systems are optimized for peak efficiency and performance.
By making use of data capture and business intelligence to
integrate and apply data across the enterprise, organizations can capitalize
on emerging opportunities and build a competitive advantage.
The IBM® data replication portfolio is designed to address these issues
through a highly flexible one-stop shop for high-volume, robust, secure
information replication across heterogeneous data stores.
The portfolio leverages real-time data replication to support high
availability, database migration, application consolidation, dynamic
warehousing, master data management (MDM), service
For any retailer, having a streamlined, efficient warehouse can dramatically improve business operations. This Stitch Labs Guide offers seven tips to help optimize your warehouse organization and increase your productivity.
Any retailer will tell you that giving customers new, convenient ways to purchase a product is good for business. This Stitch Labs Guide offers four tips to help increase your sales channels without increasing your business complexity.
With 237 million active customer accounts, Amazon is often an appealing way for retailers to expand online sales. Learn how teaming up with this online marketplace can take your business to the next level.
SAP workloads represent the backbone of your business, supporting critical systems and processes across organizations: inventory planning, HR, payroll, sales, and more. Learn how running SAP on AWS cuts costs, improves performance, and ensures the reliability and compliance scalable companies need.
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How can your business support new identity-defined workspaces across a variety of users — retail store associates checking inventory on a PC and a smartphone, hospital clinicians entering test results into a mobile workstation and an iPad, or financial advisors placing trades from Android devices and laptops?
The answer is the digital workspace.
One-fourth of all healthcare products today are temperature-sensitive and that number is growing. For many pharmaceutical or biologic shipments, 2 degrees Celsius is all that separates medicine from becoming spoiled inventory and a costly write-off. Here are four risk mitigation strategies for temperature-sensitive shipments.
The constant churn of product selection is not just time-consuming, it requires meticulous attention to detail, a reliable product tracking system, and significant physical space. Mastering inventory results in much more than simply organizational improvements. It can lead to increased revenues, better theft control, improved forecasting and budget setting, and even smoother customer service.
Published By: Monetate
Published Date: Oct 11, 2018
Monetate Intelligent Recommendations is the only solution that gives merchandisers & digital marketers the power to show contextually relevant product recommendations without burdening IT resources.
Using manually curated or algorithmically-driven recommendations, marketers can easily support even the most complex product catalogs. Our solution filters recommendations based on customer attributes (e.g. shirt size), longitudinal behaviours (e.g. browsing behaviour), and situational context (e.g. product inventory at local stores). Best of all, an orchestration layer intelligently selects which algorithms and which filters to apply in any given situation, for any particular individual.
Published By: Elementum
Published Date: Sep 03, 2018
While everyone is scrambling to make sure their income statements reflect a profitable year by squeezing procurement costs, it’s actually the balance sheet that tells the full story of long term financial health.
The lifeblood of discrete organizational inputs—customer phone numbers, invoices, marketing prospect lists, inventory calculations, employee job descriptions—once existed in disconnected silos, typically transcribed on carefully guarded pieces of paper, limited in lifespan and scope to the department or person carefully guarding it. Now, the modern organization both enjoys, and drowns in, a proliferation of business data both ripe for strategic possibilities and staggering in complexity. Few are the companies who feel they’ve totally tapped into its power to supercharge their growth efforts.
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Great food and great service, delivered consistently, are at the heart of any
successful restaurant business.
But success — and survival — also depend on being profitable. Every restaurant
owner, whether independent or part of a large chain, understands that labor and
inventory costs represent a significant variable expense to the business. Keeping
control of those costs is as critical as the culinary magic that occurs in the kitchen.
After all, how can a restaurant expect to make a profit when they are regularly
overstaffing or running out of ingredients?