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Resources E2open in the News

Tuesday 28 October 2014 | EBN

Today, an increasing number of businesses are turning to third-party suppliers, manufacturers, and distributors around the globe to get their products to market faster and cost effectively. To establish and maintain a dynamic, reliable relationship with suppliers, agile and intelligent solutions are necessary. Some of those solutions are high-tech cloud-based systems that leverage the connectivity, community, and insights of the network. Others are common-sensical approaches that are too often overlooked. Following are five tips on how to get your supply chain to provide high quality for the lowest cost and to collaborate more effectively.

Friday 26 September 2014 | Supply Management

In today’s business world, access to timely, accurate operational information is critical. As globalisation and outsourcing extended supply chains to every corner of the world, a new class of enterprise software emerged: the business network – built from the ground up to solve problems that enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems were not meant to address.

Thursday 11 September 2014 | Supply Management

The aerospace and defence (A&D) industry is entering a new period of value-engineering its supply chains and bringing an increased level of focus to delivery performance improvement.

Tuesday 9 September 2014 | Technology Evaluation Centers (TEC)

Following up on a recent article that discussed E2open’s relatively recent forays into the sales and operations planning (S&OP) software market, TEC had a follow-up discussion with Sean Rollings, vice president of product marketing at E2open, on general S&OP market trends, and various aspects of managing and implementing the S&OP process.

Monday 1 September 2014 | SCMR

Intel has always had superlative internal supply chain processes within its vertically integrated operations. But until recently, the same could not be said of one of its business units that outsourced to subcontractors around the world. In fact, the ad hoc nature of that unit’s supply chain interactions posed a threat to its competitiveness. Here’s how a determined team championed a powerful supply chain collaboration model that is getting real results—and that is now being rolled out across the company.

Tuesday 26 August 2014 | Supply Management

While effective supply chain risk management programmes recognise things don’t always go according to plan, they also aid businesses build a more resilient operation in response.

Monday 25 August 2014 | Technology Evaluation Centers (TEC)

Lufthansa Technik, a world-leading provider of maintenance, repair, and overhaul (MRO) services for aircrafts, engines, and components, recently selected and deployed the E2open Business Network. This cloud-based platform allows participants to share plans and data, executing business processes in a secure, real-time manner.

Wednesday 13 August 2014 | Aerospace Manufacturing and Design

To keep pace with today’s current build-to-demand model, A&D companies face a series of unique challenges that require a significantly greater level of supply chain agility. Only when visibility is combined with deep and secure collaboration throughout the supply chain will the industry achieve the elevated performance necessary to commit with confidence to customers, manage its backlogs, and deliver aircraft on time and on budget.

Friday 8 August 2014 | SupplyChainBrain

The maker of wireless infrastructure opted to outsource its manufacturing to Asia. In the process, it was confronted with a host of problems related to a lack of visibility and poor communications with the chosen partner. It was time to automate the process, and get everybody on the same page.

Wednesday 6 August 2014 | Supply Management

The road to collaborative sales and operations planning (S&OP) can be a winding one. Globalisation and the promise of outsourced manufacturing and distribution have vastly increased complexity, leading to information fragmentation and overload.

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