Where is Your ERP Falling Short? Ramp Up Your Operations with True Supply Chain Planning and Optimization

Quintiq

Manufacturers depend on their ERP systems to enhance their organization’s performance and streamline business processes. ERP systems can track and provide access to data as it flows through your organization. However, they were never intended to provide real value as a planning tool. ERP systems lack the capacity to easily analyze your data or balance the KPIs critical to your business goals. As a result, the decision-making process is affected by suboptimal decisions informed by poor analysis.
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Delivering information via standard or overnight postal services or manual fax has substantial shortcomings. Manual processes are costly. In large organizations, the volume is hugethousands to hundreds of thousands of documents per month. Mailing them costs $1.20 or more per document (printing, postage and labor), while automated faxing costs $0.10 per document (figures based on US dollars.

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Proven Ways to Get Your Supply Chain Back on Track

aptean

About 25% of small manufacturers say the supply chain crunch is getting worse, and about one-third of businesses say getting basic supplies into their plants is the biggest challenge they continue to face. While things might be getting better for a few, deep-pocketed large companies, managing material shortages remains a giant hurdle for huge swaths of the manufacturing world.
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Build an Integrated Logistics Solution with Oracle Cloud

Inspirage

The future of your business depends on your ability to adapt and support changing customer demands and fulfillment options. Join us to learn how to optimize logistics to fuel growth, lower costs, and enhance service. Build a complete logistics system to connect your transportation management, global trade, warehousing and fulfillment processes and people.
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Creative transportation solutions in the wake of COVID-19

The COVID-19 crisis is disrupting life as we knew it and quickly creating a new normal. For public transportation, in particular, restrictions and city lockdowns continue to impact regular travel as communities adhere to very real concerns over physical distancing. But as we begin to think about what life will look like in the months to come, including life after COVID-19, we can see this as an opportunity to think through immediate changes that will impact our future, starting with a positive change in how we move.
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What’s next for connected supply chain logistics and mobility in the “new normal”?

They also discussed how this advancement has increased the risk of cyberattacks and what steps can you take to enhance your cybersecurity strategy. Furthermore, they shared how the last physical obstacle to creating truly ‘contactless’ fleet operation is the physical keys or fobs to access vehicles, and how eliminating the need for physical keys in transport operations streamlines activities.
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Delivering information via standard or overnight postal services or manual fax has substantial shortcomings. Manual processes are costly. In large organizations, the volume is hugethousands to hundreds of thousands of documents per month. Mailing them costs $1.20 or more per document (printing, postage and labor), while automated faxing costs $0.10 per document (figures based on US dollars.

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