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Friday 19 December 2014 | Industry Week

Once again, it’s that time of year where we start to think about all things holiday-related. I can’t help but remember needing to do whatever it took to stay on Santa’s good side; everyone wants to make it onto his “nice” list, right? Of course, this means avoiding the kinds of things that could land you on the list that no one wants to be on: Santa’s notorious “naughty” list.

Friday 19 December 2014 | EBN

Managing sales and operations planning (S&OP) in a formalized way can put an electronics OEM at the head of the pack, and lead to a good year-end sales report. That's the gift that keeps on giving during the holiday season.

Friday 19 December 2014 | SupplyChainBrain

E2open, the vendor of software for planning and execution across global trading networks, has joined the Esri Partner Network. The two are providing demand- and supply-network integration via business-to-business integration under a software-as-a-service (SaaS) model.

Wednesday 17 December 2014 | Fierce Big Data

Making the sale is not the end of the game. Enter data-fueled sales and operations (S&OP) planning and management. Even if you're already doing S&OP you can do it much better with the help of big data. If you're not using S&OP, now would be a great time to start because odds are that you already have the information, you just need to put it to use. How, you might ask? E2open, a collaborative planning and supply chain software company, provided us with a handy infographic for a good overview of the S&OP process.

Friday 12 December 2014 | Supply & Demand Chain Executive

E2open, a provider of cloud-based solutions for collaborative planning and execution across global trading networks, announced that it joined the Esri Partner Network. Esri and E2open are providing demand-supply network integration through business-to-business (B2B) integration capabilities in a software-as-a-service (SaaS) model.

Thursday 11 December 2014 | BE News

Johnson Controls is reducing manufacturing lead times and helping lower costs for customers through a new agreement with E2open Business Network. Johnson Controls will use E2open's cloud-based planning and execution tool to connect supply chain partners, streamline process, and reduce expense in its Building Efficiency business.

Tuesday 9 December 2014 | Supply Chain Management Review

E2open, a leading provider of cloud-based services for collaborative planning and execution across global trading networks, recently announced that it has joined the Esri Partner Network. Esri and E2open are providing demand-supply network integration through business-to-business (B2B) integration capabilities in a software-as-a-service (SaaS) model.

Monday 8 December 2014 | EBN

E2open, the leading provider of cloud-based solutions for collaborative planning and execution across global trading networks, announced that it has joined the Esri Partner Network. Esri and E2open are providing demand-supply network integration through business-to-business (B2B) integration capabilities in a software-as-a-service (SaaS) model.

Wednesday 3 December 2014 | Manufacturing Business Technology

We all know the that the goal of Vendor Managed Inventory (VMI) is to provide a mutually beneficial relationship where both sides will be able to more smoothly and accurately control the availability and flow of goods. In talking about VMI, I think it’s a good idea to go back and look at the principles that drive this strategy. In theory, it’s a win-win, right? But how many of us are confident we’re actually doing it right?

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.

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