The 2006 Supply & Demand Chain Executive 100

Your comprehensive guide to today's leading supply chain solution providers on the forefront of innovation


Inovis (Alpharetta, Ga.; Enables: Fulfillment/Logistics, Supply Chain Integration & Infrastructure/ERP). Business activity monitoring technologies enable companies to optimize collaboration with their worldwide trading communities, gain control and visibility of B2B transactions.

INSIGHT Inc. (Manassas, Va.; Enables: Order/Demand Management, Sourcing, Fulfillment/Logistics, Supply Chain Integration & Infrastructure/ERP, Decision Support/Consulting). First software for strategic supply chain design with a built-in set of options that uncover vulnerabilities and suggest designs and provide the relative costs of various strategies.

Integrated Warehousing Solutions (Downers Grove, Ill.; Enables: Fulfillment/Logistics). Encouraging companies to continue through the last mile of supply chain operations by advancing best practices and connecting production to the customer through the warehouse, creating demand-driven operations.

Intuit Inc. (Mountain View, Calif.; Enables: Order/Demand Management, Fulfillment/Logistics, Payment). Uses customer data to develop business solutions that address specific industry needs. QuickBooks Enterprise aimed at growing businesses within the manufacturing industry seeking a new choice for production automation.

IQNavigator (Denver, Colo.; Enables: Procurement). Offers a configurable platform, giving users the versatility to handle the unique needs of various purchased services categories. As a software-as-a-service solution, IQNavigator can respond to individual user requests for changes or additions to the platform and then make those available to all customers without charge.

JPMorgan Chase (Dulles, Va.; Enables: Fulfillment/Logistics). With the acquisition of Vastera, JPMorgan Chase has become the first financial institution to sell solutions that simultaneously address both physical and financial events on one supply chain.

Ketera Technologies Inc. (Santa Clara, Calif.; Enables: Sourcing, Procurement, Decision Support/Consulting, Supply Chain Integration & Infrastructure/ERP). Leader in the on-demand movement, offering spend management applications and promoting software-as-a-service trend in its offerings.

Kewill (Marlborough, Mass.; Enables: Fulfillment/Logistics). Innovator in transportation management, international trade logistics and visibility solutions for global trading communities. First to deliver the NCAP module in the U.S. to importers and customs brokers, allowing them to participate in the C-PAT security measures.

Kinaxis Inc. (Ottawa, Ontario, Canada; Enables: Order/Demand Management, Fulfillment/Logistics, PLM, Decision Support/Consulting). Leading market niche for response management, giving users tools to meet the challenges of unplanned and unexpected demand changes. On-demand service simplifies adoption.

LeanLogistics (Holland, Mich.; Enables: Supply Chain Integration & Infrastructure/ERP, CRM, Payment, Decision Support/Consulting, Fulfillment/Logistics, Procurement, Sourcing). Among first to offer a transportation management system solution in an on-demand environment. Its solution, combined with a long-term program of continuous improvement, offers a holistic strategy for reducing freight bill and transportation operations costs.

Logility Inc. (Atlanta, Ga.; Enables: PLM, Fulfillment/Logistics, Sourcing, Order/Demand Management). Built performance management capabilities into its solutions that allow companies to manage supply chain processes on an exception basis.

Management Dynamics Inc. (East Rutherford, NJ; Enables: Procurement, Fulfillment/Logistics). Synchronizes the flow of information among trading partners, manages trade regulatory compliance, minimizes border delays, streamlines logistics processes and reduces transportation costs throughout the entire supply chain, reducing risks and costs associated with global trade.

MCA Solutions (Philadelphia, Pa.; Enables: Supply Chain Integration & Infrastructure/ERP, Decision Support/Consulting, Fulfillment/Logistics, Order/Demand Management). Software allows planners to consider multiple what-if scenarios to evaluate the business impact of specified changes in the service supply network, helping transform the service supply chain into a driver of competitive advantage.

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