Tag: SAP

Reflections on Integrated Supply Chain Planning

Big data supply chains, Demand, Sales and Operations Planning, Supply Chain • One Comment

Yesterday, I presented to 700 global attendees on an APICS webinar. In the presentation, I shared data on the evolution of supply chain...

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Getting Inventory Right: Hope with Hype and Recycled Software?

Big data supply chains, Demand, Market-Driven, New technologies • One Comment

It is morning in Orlando. The sun is rising. I am speaking this morning at the Terra Technology conference and doing a book signing of my...

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Preparing for the Third Act

New technologies • 3 Comments

The curtain is rising on the third act of supply chain planning. Over the course of the last two decades, we have seen two evolutions of...

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Was Integrated Planning a Hoax?

Demand, Market-Driven, Supply Chain, Supply chain planning • 11 Comments

Hoax: An act intended to deceive or trick. Integrated Planning: Tight Coupling of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) to Supply Chain...

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Whew! It Is Finally Happening.

Big data supply chains, Bricks Matter, Market-Driven, New technologies, Open Content Research • 3 Comments

I am an old gal. In six months, I will raise a toast to my sixtieth birthday. It is hard for me to believe that I am that old and still...

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E2open Acquires icon-scm: Five Reasons Why You Should Care

Market-Driven, New technologies, Sales and Operations Planning, Supply Chain, Uncategorized

The websites are swept clean. The messages are honed. The Wikipedia pages are aligned. The E2open marketing machines are spinning. The...

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