ERP Investments: Not everyone is singing the same tune.

MartinBuckley

Yeah, there has been some positive news as of late on return of growth for ERP, but not everyone is singing the same tune.  For example, I came across an article the other day in SupplyChainReview (http://www.supplychainreview.com/Technology/2011/01/12/erp-investments-to-slow-in-2011-pc-world.html) taken from PC World : ERP investments to slow in 2011 The article states that according to a […]

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Supply chain responsiveness: the top competitive advantage for fabless semiconductor companies?

TrevorMiles

The semiconductor industry has experienced rapid growth over the past few decades driven by leaps in innovation. To meet demand for specialized application devices, US based semiconductor firms realized they needed to become more agile and focus more resources on product development, which was their key point of differentiation. The innovations in chip design and […]

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The secret sauce for achieving continuous and collaborative S&OP.

TrevorMiles

I’ve got another presentation on the go.  We are participating in the Sales & Operations Planning Summit taking place on January 27 – 28, 2011 in Las Vegas, and I will be presenting a session called, “Continuous Sales and Operations Planning for High-tech/Electronics Manufacturers.” Here’s an abstract from my session: Planning has long been segmented […]

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Mobile is the future; Apple is the leader.

TrevorMiles

In November 2009 Morgan Stanley published “The Mobile Internet Report” that outlined the massive uptake of mobile devices over the past few years, particularly Apple’s iPhone. While there is some indication that Android phone activations have caught up to iPhone activations, the market as a whole is growing so quickly that yesterday Apple reported stellar […]

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