Monthly Archives: November 2010

Seven Techniques to Better Sense and Shape Demand

Recently I was asked the question, “How do I take the steps to become more demand driven?” It prompted this response. Demand-driven value networks sense and shape demand to deliver the profitable demand response. This is a stark contrast to … Continue reading

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The Tipping Point to Automated Distribution?

In automated distribution there is always a new product that will revolutionize the industry. But most companies are still using fairly standard and traditional distribution tactics. So what will be the tipping point for whole scale automation and product-to-person distribution? … Continue reading

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SAP to resell ICON-SCM Supply Chain Planning solution

ICON-SCM, a leader in supply chain planning software, today announced that it has signed a global reseller agreement with SAP AG (NYSE: SAP). Under this agreement, SAP, including all its subsidiaries, has worldwide rights to resell Icon-SCM’s Supply Chain Planning … Continue reading

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Is Item-Level Tagging the New Normal for Retail?

According to Aberdeen Research, retailers are currently expected to purchase a total of 300 million RFID labels this year. This can be attributed to a market shift from more compliance-base tracking to item-level tagging, as well as more affordable tag … Continue reading

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