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Transitioning to Oracle Cloud with Supply Chain Management

The modern supply chain, Oracle has noted, is very noisy, overflowing with digital feedback. While customer voices are clamoring for attention, manufacturers and suppliers are speaking up about what’s needed, while your own internal team is offering their own input and insights. Does that sound familiar? If so, no matter why your particular supply chain […]

Five Supply Chain Inefficiencies Solved by Modern Cloud Applications

It isn’t an exaggeration to say that Modern Cloud Applications have transformed, perhaps even revolutionized, companies’ ability to develop the responsiveness required to meet the challenges of today’s high-speed supply chain environments. The efficiency of Modern Cloud Applications provide small- to medium-sized businesses a competitive platform while offering enterprise-sized businesses the opportunity to become nimbler, […]

Executive Alignment: Core of Optimized Sales and Operations Planning

Companies with optimized sales and operations planning (S&OP) processes grow more efficiently and effectively, and are more successful when launching new products, penetrating new markets and otherwise expanding. In fact, in today’s global economy, it can be very challenging to fuel growth unless the enterprise is solid in its S&OP. Then, as a company’s S&OP […]

Demand Planning: Does it Belong in the Supply Chain Cloud or On-Premise?

By Brad Van Zeeland, Senior Solutions Architect, CSS International, Inc. To successfully compete in today’s global business environment, enterprises must optimize their supply chain management. A core element of that optimization is demand planning, that complex process that gives enterprises visibility into their forecasting. The streamlining of demand planning in fact plays a crucial role […]

Should You Take Demand Management to the Cloud?

Here are three reasons why the answer could be “yes.” 1. Demand Management is Evolving The days of heavy reliance upon “black box” statistical forecasting engines are over. There are simply too many variables that can change daily (or even hourly) to make a traditional demand planning process or tool effective anymore—consumer preferences, prioritization and […]

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