SAP SCM software
- May 03, 2004
SAP's new agreement with FedEx Trade Networks to build shipping data into SAP software represents an industry first.
- April 20, 2004
The latest version mySAP supply chain management software includes support for RFID and real-time response replenishment, a feature allowing retailers to respond to customer requests quicker than ever.
- March 02, 2004
Calling it one of the most significant technology projects in the consumer space, SAP's logistics expert Franz Joseph Schoppengerd asserts that a new partnership with Coca-Cola could change the way the food and beverage industry does business. ...
- January 07, 2004
With SAPConsole, Sargento Foods says it doesn't have to worry about moldy mozzarella ever hitting the shelves.
- September 22, 2003
Transforming static supply chains into adaptive supply networks allows companies to quickly and efficiently respond to changes in their environment, according to Navi Radjou, a principal analyst at Cambridge, Mass.-based Forrester Research....
- September 19, 2003
Despite a dearth of budget resources, companies are focusing IT dollars on improving their supply chain networks, and large ERP vendors like SAP are responding to the trend, according to Michael Dominy, a senior analyst on business applications ...
- October 22, 2002
Shopping for SCM solutions? Then spend some time with Christopher Havey, national parts manager for Kubota Tractor Corp., who saw a return on investment (ROI) in less than six months, reached a near-perfect on-time delivery rate, and improved ...
- June 14, 2002
Karen Peterson is a Gartner vice president and research director recognized for her expertise in supply chain management. She recently addressed CIO's at SAP's annual U.S. conference in Orlando, where SCM and visibility within the supply chain ...
- May 30, 2002
Our fifth favorite conference track from SAPPHIRE 02 is Supply Chain Management. We have two SAPPHIRE SCM speakers joining us for Expert Webcasts in the coming month. Don't miss this SCM smorgasboard!
- April 10, 2001 10 Apr'01