Supply & Demand Chain Executive
For over 10 years Supply & Demand Chain Executive (SDCE) has been the only magazine in the Supply Chain industry covering the entire global supply chain that focuses on ROI, professional development and change management, all in a solutions-based format. As a C-level and line-of-business executive, you can depend on our mission-critical editorial to solve your supply chain challenges. Supply & Demand Chain Executive is THE user manual for successful supply and demand chain transformation. We help you gain competitive advantage in this complex world through hard-hitting analysis, viewpoints and unbiased case studies.
Aggregating your company's print buy seems easy enough, unless your company is one of the largest media conglomerates in the world. At AOL Time Warner, the challenge was finding a system flexible enough to cater to companies as diverse as Time Life...
Heineken's latest version of its Operational Planning System (HOPS), a demand planning application that is flexible enough to adjust to event-driven demand for beer, is keeping the Heineken brand popular with loyal customers.
Companies that don't have real-time visibility into their supply chains (and their demand chains) are losing focus on the promise of e-business. There's no use making a blind investment in automation technology if you can't see the big picture.
What should you know about CRM? Two experts give their opinion on what CRM can provide, what trends are worthy of emulating and what the future of CRM holds.
This isn't your father's ROI anymore. Nor is it the ROI of last month, for that matter. Your company can no longer expect to measure its return on Web investments by traditional click-and-mortar standards.
With an estimated 300 solutions on the market that automate or facilitate some link of the supply chain, the most important assessment that can be conducted is whether to ASP, buy or make.
Rome wasn't built in a day, nor was it built by one person. The construction industry is slowly, but surely, learning the benefits of collaborative e-commerce.
Information security has always been an issue for companies, but now, as company processes become increasingly automated, many would argue that sensitive and competitive information is more vulnerable than it's ever been.