sponsored by E2open
Posted:  03 Jun 2009
Published:  03 Jun 2009
Format:  PDF
Length:  24  Page(s)
Type:  Presentation Transcript
Language:  English
ABSTRACT:

In this presentation transcript of the "Best Practices to Gain visibility and Control of Your Demand Network" webcast E2open, the leading provider of software-as-a-service based solutions designed to improve visibility, collaboration, and control across multiple tiers of trading partners, and AMR Research, the leading research firm focused on supply chain and enterprise strategies, will discuss new demand network management trends and technologies. These technologies will enable multi-enterprise companies to maximize the potential of their demand networks by providing a level of visibility and control not previously available to the enterprises.

Read this transcript to learn how to:

  • Gain visibility into sell-through information and inventories throughout your extended demand-supply network
  • Increase control over your demand network to better match supply with demand, maximize revenue, and minimize inventories
  • Reduce demand network operational complexity and costs
  • Increase collaboration with your channel partners to more effectively position, track, and replenish inventory in your extended channel network

Read this transcript to learn more about the best practices to gain visibility and control of your demand network today.






BROWSE RELATED RESOURCES
Best Practices | Business Intelligence | Business Process Management | Collaboration | Data Management | Demand Chains | Supply Chain Collaboration | Supply Chain Intelligence | Supply Chain Management

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