Supply Chain Cloud: 4 Success Stories
From improved scalability to cost savings, organizations are realizing the advantages of cloud-based supply chain management (SCM). Learn how innovative brands like Panduit have boosted supply chain performance with Oracle SCM Cloud.
Sage Business Cloud Enterprise Management offers you a comprehensive, real-time solution that delivers accurate, up-to-date data that identifies and mitigates the consequences of product recalls and other supply chain issues.
With Sage Business Cloud Enterprise Management, your food and beverage business will have a faster, simpler and flexible way to keep the costs and reputational damage of recalls to a minimum.
When you unify data across your organisation, supply chain management and planning becomes more holistic and accurate. You get a real time view of supply and demand, with intelligent insights into new opportunities for business growth. This video explains the opportunities waiting for any supply chain manager who is ready to embrace connected data.
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Today’s supply chain is, of course, the primary processing mechanism of every manufacturing company. But it’s more than that: Its multifaceted, multicompany, multinational structure makes it the most complex management challenge found in any enterprise. Supply chain management no longer means just making sure that the right resources and the right materials move to the right place at the right time.
The capabilities that enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems enable in wholesale and distribution have a wide umbrella of influence throughout an organization. Using ERP data to make better business decisions while cutting your costs is only one way you can make the most of your system.
In this download, a panel presents how their organizations are working to drive continued spend adoption through process-based enablement, category flight planning, team reorganization, and other important initiatives.
Published By: Workday
Published Date: Aug 07, 2018
Meet the complex needs of your healthcare organization with a single cloud-based
system that combines analytics, planning, finance, and HR for more comprehensive supply chain
management. Read the datasheet to learn how you can: Reduce supply chain costs while improving
inventory control, gain deep insight into the cost, quantity, and utilization of your supplies, and identify
purchasing trends and standardize opportunities.
Published By: Workday
Published Date: Jul 30, 2019
Healthcare providers today are constantly looking for ways to increase efficiency. Knowing that supply chain management can play a key role in these efforts, a more strategic approach to managing supply chain is critical. By combining transactions, analytics, and planning in a single system, Workday can help you make better decisions and contain costs. To dive deeper into how Workday supports supply chain management for healthcare, watch this quick demo.
This white paper explains the role local tax compliance plays
in successful supply chain management and e-business initiatives more broadly and how leading global brands and governments are addressing this need.
IASIS Healthcare LLC executives challenged the Arizona-based supply chain team to find innovative ways to manage inventory and reduce cost. Targeting areas with some of the most expensive supplies—catheterization laboratories and interventional radiology (IR)rooms—the team sought a new way to drive down costs while still providing a wide variety of products, offering patients innovation and high quality, and maintaining physician satisfaction.
Read this case study to learn how Arizona Hospitals use STANLEY Healthcare's SpaceTRAX® Point of Use™ Inventory Management System to overcome the challenges of managing inventory in Cath Labs and IR Rooms.
Manufacturers are gunning for growth and plan to put significant investment into R&D and new markets in order to achieve their ambitions. But without overall market growth, competition will be fierce. Read more.
Can a better demand-driven supply chain positively impact the bottom line? The future belongs to the new customer. Customer experience is becoming undeniably more important, yet many companies lack responsive and agile supply chains that can continually adjust to fluctuating customer requirements. Read more.
Chaos theory suggests that seemingly unrelated events occurring thousands of miles apart may, in fact, be linked. Read “The Butterfly Effect” to learn how global organizations can address the threat of third party disruption in today’s economy.
More sales. Cost efficiency. Higher profits. – Every marketer wants these, but over-emphasizing unit cost of POP materials over the total cost of production makes them miss out on chances to achieve them.
Taking a Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) approach to supply chain management for brand activations enables marketers to grow their business more quickly and profitably. It entails, however, embracing new ways of thinking that can involve “unlearning” the status quo. This piece looks at factors comprising the three main categories contributing to Total Cost of Ownership: Direct Costs, Indirect Costs, and Post-Purchase Costs.
Forget making business decisions with outdated data. Keep operations on track with real-time insights from every facet of your business including finance to supply chain management. “The Operations Guru’s Guide to Oracle EBS” will help you master more efficient company operations so you can focus on making a massive operational impact. Tactical insights, covering:
How your team can create usable, sharable reports and web-based dashboards tracking progress against company-wide KPIs from multiple systems, without leaning heavily on IT
An industry analyst’s take on how to get better reporting and analytics from ERP and other critical data sources
How Finance and IT leaders at Ladbrokes replaced Oracle reports and quit having to manipulate data in static spreadsheets
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