The saying is true: businesses don’t compete, supply chains do.

E2open grew out of the high tech industry’s need for a more integrated and more collaborative way to manage their increasingly global supply chains. Having mastered the complexity required to meet the demands of high tech powerhouses, E2open took its expertise into other industries that share the same need for mission-critical connectivity, end-to-end visibility, and real-time collaboration across all supply chain trading partners.

Today the world’s largest and most recognized companies across a wide range of industries leverage the E2open network and supply chain solutions to operate their multi-enterprise supply chains in real-time, helping them become more agile and efficient.

In response to changing industry and market dynamics, many global aerospace and defense (A&D) manufacturers have increased their level of reliance on partner relationships to supply, manufacture, and service products.

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Given the increase in electronic content in cars, Automotive companies must be able to connect and collaborate with suppliers in real-time, a challenge E2open has been addressing for years.

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Top consumer goods companies today are focusing attention on new product introductions and promotions, margin preservation, and channel management to bolster brand loyalty and customer service.

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E2open has partnered with leading high-tech companies to help them meet the market pressures that they face today, while positioning them for long-term flexibility and scalability.

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Today, the marketplace for industrial equipment faces increased competition and risk, which forces leading industrial manufacturers to address many pressures.

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Successful capital project execution rests on owners/operators and their contract construction partners’ ability to rapidly respond to events before project timelines are affected.

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Pharmaceutical companies are required to excel at many disciplines: research and innovation, production, sales, and marketing. At the same time, the competitive and regulatory intensity has significantly increased, with much stronger focus on profitability. All of this is putting new demands on the supply chain function, which is more than ever required to support the business.

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Leading telecom providers are facing current challenges brought on by globalization and increased competition, which must be managed in order to deliver the optimalvcustomer experience for brand loyalty and retention.

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