Resources based on E2open's years of supply chain industry experience.

E2open's team includes industry experts with years of experience solving the most complex supply chain challenges for the largest and best companies in the world. We've worked with analysts and industry leaders to address today's issues and look at what's coming next for the global supply chain. Explore the resources below to see our viewpoint on complex industry topics and delve into customer successes with E2open.

Blog

Tuesday 23 May 2017

Realizing Value from Order Promising

Sudy Bharadwaj
Sudy Bharadwaj, Senior Director, Value Engineering, E2open

Turning Your CFO into a Supply Chain Fan

Value measurement for solving supply chain problems has been a challenge in the past. However, the emergence…

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Monday 17 April 2017

S&OP as an Organizational Decision-making Process

Mohit Dubey, Senior Director, Product Marketing, E2open
Mohit Dubey, Senior Director, Product Marketing, E2open

"S&OP is dead," the caller said. This unsettled me – “Are lead-times dead, too?” I wondered. I had to find out.

Work is changing –…

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Monday 3 April 2017

E2open Holds User Forum on New On-time In-Full (OTIF) Package

Will Thomas, VP of Sales, E2open
Will Thomas, VP of Sales, E2open

Effective February 2017, Walmart is requiring its suppliers to meet either a same-day or two-day shipping window instead of its previous four-day window. It has also…

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Thursday 30 March 2017

E2open and Steelwedge Join Forces: Analyst Reaction to our Vision for Collaborative S&OP

E2open
E2open

It has been a little over a month since E2open acquired Steelwedge and the media and analyst receptions to the announcement have been extremely strong. It’s…

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Friday 17 March 2017

How E2open’s Scalable DSR Platform Delivers a Competitive Advantage for CPG Companies

Will Thomas, VP of Sales, E2open
Will Thomas, VP of Sales, E2open

In late 2016, E2open acquired Orchestro, a leading provider of demand signal repository (DSR) technology and preemptive analytics for retail and omnichannel fulfillment. Orchestro’s data,…

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Tuesday 31 January 2017

A Moment of Reflection for the New Year

John Lash, Vice President, Product Marketing, E2open
John Lash, Vice President, Product Marketing, E2open

Each January, the pundits are abuzz with talk about the new food trends for the year. Whether it’s antibiotics, sugar levels, food waste, GMO-labeling or cauliflower…

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Webinars & Videos

E2open Recall Management Overview

Product recalls can become an existential risk for companies when negative publicity goes viral on social media. The only way to be properly protected is to have the right systems in place before any recall so that defective or contaminated batches can be immediately identified and brought back quickly, without disrupting regular operations. While it’s not possible to eliminate all recalls, it is possible to mitigate the damage.

Learn how E2open's Recall Management solution helps companies establish standard recall workflows and operating procedures, gain end-to-end traceability, and identify root causes and isolate impacted batches quickly. 

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E2open Demand Sensing Overview

Demand Sensing is a next-generation forecasting technology invented by E2open in 2002, that analyzes current demand signals such as orders, shipments and retailer data like point-of-sale, to predict the most likely amount of future demand for every item, at every location, every day.

Unlike traditional demand planning technology that relies on historical sales, Demand Sensing is fully automated, using algorithms and machine learning to find patterns within real-time data. It extracts actionable information based on what is actually happening in your supply chain, helping you better understand what your customers will order and when.

E2open Demand Sensing is proven to reduce forecast error by 30-40% and is trusted by some of the world’s largest manufacturers. In fact, E2open Demand Sensing predicts demand for over $250 billion in annual sales every year.

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