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  • Supply Chain Control Towers Review

    Technology Value Matrix 2015 Supply Chain Control Towers

    Today, leading control tower software vendors are starting to marry planning and execution applications into one console to provide end-to-end supply chain visibility for course correction. Read the Article

  •  Greg Brady, One Network, Dallas, TX

    Boosting Supply Chain Productivity

    Greg Brady, CEO of One Network based in Dallas, offers three three things executives can do to find hidden opportunities… Read the Article

  • Inventory Management

    Inventory Replenishment: Why Push When You Can Pull?

    Today‘s supply chains are undergoing significant pressures to become more demand-driven. Retailers, distributors, and manufacturers must choose the approach they hope will make the most profit. Should you produce goods according to demand forecasts, or by reacting to what consumers already bought? Read the Report

  • Nucleus Research

    A Closer Look at One Network Enterprises

    One pioneer in building demand-driven supply chains is One Network Enterprises. Its network-wide platform uses demand signals (point-of-sales information) to establish a pull rather than push process for inventory throughout the supply chain. While it requires more from partners, potential benefits in changing inventory carrying costs and working capital are significant. Read the Report

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    Virtual Orchestration Highways for Enterprise Communities

    “[The siloed supply chain is] a fundamental problem that is especially ripe for disruption. Get ready, because major change is on the horizon.”

  • MHL - Material Handling and Logistics

    ONE and KPMG Featured in MHL News

    Material Handling and Logistics reports on Richard Dean and Rob Barrett’s presentation on the demise of the term “supply chain” and the rise of “supply networks” at Industry Week’s Best Plants Conference.

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    Greg Brady on Supplier Collaboration

    Material Handling and Logistics reports on Richard Dean and Rob Barrett’s presentation on the demise of the term “supply chain” and the rise of “supply networks” at Industry Week’s Best Plants Conference.


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