E2open is a leading provider of cloud-based supply chain management solutions. The company provides software and services that enable visibility, collaboration, and control across large trading partner networks. Brand owners and global manufacturers with complex supply chains use the company’s B2B integration services and supply chain business process management solutions to maintain optimal alignment of supply and demand for lower costs and better service. By enabling complete transparency and performance management across the extended network, E2open also ensures that trading partners comply with both quality and environmental regulations. E2open customers include The Boeing Company, Celestica, Cisco, Dell, Hitachi, IBM, LSI Corporation, Motorola, Panasonic, Seagate Technology, and Vodafone. Headquartered in Foster City, California with operations worldwide. For more information, visit www.e2open.com.
End-to-end supply chain visibility requires timely, accurate data from your entire trading partner network: suppliers, customers, logistics providers, and other partners. This white paper examines the five must-haves for creating the foundational connectivity layer of a business network for the modern supply chain.
While interest in inventory programs that reduce costs and improve customer service is increasing, establishing a vendor-managed inventory (VMI) program can be challenging. A recent survey, conducted by Gatepoint Research, in which 200 executives participated from the manufacturing, retail, telecom and wholesale sector revealed where they see VMI, how they implement their current programs and common challenges.
With experience helping companies establish IPCs, E2open offers best practices for making your IPC a success. You’ll learn: what centralized procurement can do for your supply chain and business; seven fundamental considerations for a winning organizational design, and practical advice for avoiding common pitfalls in implementing and operating an IPC.
Supply chain control towers are being touted as “the next big thing” in global manufacturing. But with all the hype out there, how do you know where to start, or even if a control tower is right for you? This complimentary eBook answers five questions to help you separate fact from fiction.