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1) Singapore Investes in SOA Web Services for Enterprise Computing 100%
  [123] Comments: 0, Last Modified: Oct 5, 2005 4:19 PM  
  adoption of web services A great example of how entities around the world see the direct link between ... SOA Centre to drive adoption of web services The Singapore infocomm Technology Federation (SiTF) and Nanyang ... to encourage wider adoption of web services technology in Singapore. Updated: Oct 05, 2005 11:00 ... web services interoperability testing services to IT solution providers or companies implementing -
2) IBM Goes Supply Chain Centric in a Big Way 72%
  [44] Comments: 0, Last Modified: Jan 5, 2005 10:40 AM  
  World Trade Magazine interviews IBM and discovers that IBM focusing on web services based supply chain ... changes in manufacturing and services are driving companies to be more focused on their supply ... itself to focus on providing clients with business services, rather than selling them hardware. To do so ... far, Palmisano's bet seems to be paying off, changing internal manufacturing and services for many -
3) Real-time Order Commit Solution 61%
  [52] Comments: 0, Last Modified: Jan 19, 2005 4:18 PM  
  Real-time Web Services Order Commit Solution provides immediate benfits to customer service, inventory and production managers for order promising. Real-time Web Services Order Commit Solution This solution addresses the historical challenge of providing inter-departmental and inter-company order commitments with a synchronized and real-time view of inventory, orders and lead time information. This new -
4) "The Next Big Thing" combined software and outcome services 53%
  [116] Comments: 0, Last Modified: Jul 28, 2005 8:46 PM  
  big thing" will, in fact, be software companies that combine software, content and services and take ... based on the data."As he concludes, "This potent combination of content, software and services ... that the "next big thing" will, in fact, be software companies that combine software, content and services ... and services is a very different business model. Over time the most valuable asset of the business -
5) What If Spreadsheets Are the Answer ? S&OP ? Budget Planning 28%
  [171] Comments: 0, Last Modified: Feb 22, 2007 3:48 PM  
  ) software and services proclaim that spreadsheets are a relic of the past, at least in terms of their ability -
6) AMR 2008 Supply Chain Prediction 23%
  [206] Comments: 0, Last Modified: Jan 31, 2008 5:47 PM  
  chain services beyond the traditional transportation and warehousing offerings. 5.Companies manage risk ... expand their managed services offerings to deliver results. Software implementations often fail ... application knowledge to not only conceptualize, but actualize the benefits their software and services can bring to an organization. The menu of managed services runs the gamut from B2B electronic -
7) IBM Goes Supply Chain-Centric In A Big Way 10%
  [84] Comments: 0, Last Modified: Jan 28, 2005 4:49 PM  
  Cover story in World Trade magazine of how IBM has centered on web services based supply chain solutions ... computing products in the world. But drastic changes in manufacturing and services are driving ... services, rather than selling them hardware. To do so, IBM decided it had to convince clients to redefine ... internal manufacturing and services for many of Big Blue's customers. The money's in business solutions -
8) Oasis to define SOA (Service Oriented Architecture) 9%
  [108] Comments: 0, Last Modified: Jun 17, 2005 2:35 PM  
  Loosely coupled hettroegeneous computing is a FACT in supply chain. Although SOA and web services are a big ... -industry, joint-customer effort at web services group OASIS designed to put some beef into the term ... of web services by using XML-based interfaces to deliver services from loosely couple systems ... -in to web services. Industry participants include Adobe, NEC and Fujitsu. However, there is a yawning -
9) History of Visibility applications 7%
  [126] Comments: 0, Last Modified: Nov 8, 2005 6:43 PM  
  , web services and loosely coupled linking of these data sources to targeted solutions will likely work ... these products are obsolete as SOA, web services and loosely coupled linking of these data ... , and real time order commitment and real time S&OP various web service registries for single site ... web service registries for single site tracking of shipments etc. http://www.technologyevaluation -
10) Secrets of Google and why important to supply chain 4%
  [191] Comments: 0, Last Modified: May 10, 2007 7:26 AM  
  http://www.computerworld.com/action/article.do?command=viewArticleBasic&articleId=9012943&pageNumber=3 ... Good insights to why Google's approach to linking not storing key data is useful in your ... -
11) SOA: The Next Disruptive Force 3%
  [183] Comments: 0, Last Modified: Mar 15, 2007 2:25 PM  
  to make their suites fully Web-serviceable. Web services allow different applications to communicate ... web serivces based add-on to key transaction / ERP softwareDCRA's S&OP solutions were designed ... for shared or reusable services -- which can be communicated in a variety of ways, including via the Web. With large ERP vendors struggling to transform their applications, Richardson predicts -
12) The Flat Supply Chain Is Visibility a Challenge 2%
  [204] Comments: 0, Last Modified: Nov 20, 2007 8:44 AM  
  Good article summarzing aspects of current global market that allow supply chain operations to create business advantage http://www.sdcexec.com/web/online/In-Depth/The-Flat-Supply-Chain/4$10029 Good article ... advantage http://www.sdcexec.com/web/online/In-Depth/The-Flat-Supply-Chain/4$10029 http://www.sdcexec.com/web/online/In-Depth/The-Flat-Supply-Chain/4$10029 The Flat Supply Chain Is vsibility a challenge -
13) Supply Chain Finance: The New Electronics Battlefield 1%
  [301] Comments: 0, Last Modified: Mar 20, 2014 9:02 PM  
  From a financial perspective, working capital finance is the oil that makes trade in supply chains possible. The flow of goods and services is reflected in the accounts payables (AP) and accounts receivables ... . The second phase focused on improving the quality of products and services, and the third phase on innovation ... , working capital finance is the oil that makes trade in supply chains possible. The flow of goods and services -
14) What you Need to Know about Service Oriented Architecture 1%
  [170] Comments: 0, Last Modified: Feb 1, 2007 10:42 PM  
  seriously about Web services. Gartner estimates that by 2008, more than 60 per cent of enterprises will use ... coupled ones, such as Web services. Tight coupling makes it hard for applications to adapt to changing ... environments," says Jason Bloomberg, a senior analyst at ZapThink, a Web services consultancy ... applications. Instead, they can use standard protocols, such as Web services. And large chunks -
15) SAP Netweaver purpose to bridge gaps with light small applications 1%
  [161] Comments: 0, Last Modified: Jan 14, 2007 9:57 AM  
  SAP applications that are broken down into ever smaller chunks and tied together with Web services -


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