2010 Supply & Demand Chain Executive 100

100 ways to help your company return to growth and profit in the "New Normal"


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Retalix Ltd. (Plano, TX) – Put the tools and processes in place to enable automated traceability operations. Doing so will shield them against potential hazards should a recall occur in their industry.

www.retailix.com


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SEKO Worldwide (Itasca, IL) – As the economy improves and companies return to growth mode, work to keep operations as Lean and cost-effective as possible.

www.sekologistics.com


TMSi Logistics (Portsmouth, NH) – Look for service providers that are investing in their own people rather than focusing solely on their bottom line.


More 2010 Supply & Demand Chain Executive 100 Companies

Accellos, Inc. (Colorado Springs, CO ); ATC Logistics & Electronics (Fort Worth, TX); DEX (Camarillo, CA); Fidelitone Logistics (Wauconda, IL); Integration Point, Inc. (Charlotte, NC); Lucas Systems, Inc. (Wexford, PA); Management Dynamics, Inc. (East Rutherford, NJ); Menlo Worldwide Logistics (San Mateo, CA); ModusLink Global Solutions (Waltham, Ma) ; Ryder System, Inc. (Miami); SmartTurn (San Francisco – acquired by RedPrairie); Strive Logistics (Chicago); System Design Advantage (Bloomington, MN)

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Payment & Supply Chain Finance


TradeCard (New York) – The trend of multi-level supply chains makes visibility across players a challenge. By leveraging a collaboration platform that facilities automated transactions from purchase order through settlement while roping in all key parties to the transaction, you can create true multi-level supply chain collaboration that provides a unique ability to “follow the thread” of payments, products and data all the way from the source to the shelf.

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Product Lifecycle Management


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IHS, Inc. (Englewood, CO) – The “new norm” is a world of sustainability and open disclosure of substances in your products and throughout the supply chain, as well as their lifecycle impact on people and the planet. The time is now to pursue full material disclosure and a strategy for company transparency, as well as to start gaining visibility to – and calculating – their true lifecycle costs. There’s operational, cost, and supply chain benefits in the short term, evidence that shows companies are gaining competitive advantage today from this, and finally, it’s the future direction of tomorrow’s supply chains and those who do not run the risk of being left behind.

www.ihs.com


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Averna (Montreal) – Post-recession is the best time for an OEM to evaluate and update its test and manufacturing methods. In this period — and most likely during the recession itself — they need to cast a critical eye on the strategies they use to reach time-to-quality and time-to-market. Old, inefficient methods will be discarded, and many supply chain executives will consider investing in off-the-shelf tools to automate their operations.

www.averna.com


More 2010 Supply & Demand Chain Executive 100 Companies

Centric Software (Campbell, CA); TradeStone Software (Gloucester, MA)

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Supply Chain Integration & Infrastructure/ERP


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Blinco Systems Inc. (Toronto) – Fundamentally supply chain excellence is achieved when internal processes, external partners, regulatory agencies, actions and transactions are integrated and synchronized so that all participants have one view of the entire supply network.

www.blinco.com


Acsis, Inc. (Marlton, NJ) – Don’t think of supply chains as “serving” the factory; rather, the factory must be considered as an integral part of the overall value chain.


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eModal (Irvine, CA) – Look to community-based solutions, like eModal, an online port community system developed to improve communication and coordination between the trucking, marine and rail communities, to help eliminate bottlenecks while increasing security and reducing costs.

www.emodal.com


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GXS (Gaithersburg, MD) – Let’s face it: Microsoft Excel is still the leading supply chain tool. Find solutions that can automate the exchange of B2B e-commerce transactions using Excel.

www.gxs.com


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