Look Beyond the Bells and Whistles! What I’ve Learned About Selecting a Business Software from My Gym Memberships.

Pop Quiz: What does a workout and the software selection process have in common? Answer: They both often require breaking a sweat. I hate to admit this, but often I find myself trying new workout routines as a result of commercials I’ve viewed on television. I’d rather not get into the embarrassing details that made

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What’s the cost of doing nothing? Easy tips for uncovering problems before they turn into disasters

Is there a need to act if no ‘imminent’ repercussions exist? Can you be a more proactive problem solver? In this 3-part blog series, we’ll cover how proactive problem solving can help your team and business stay ahead of the curve, improve productivity, and avoid costly problems in the short and long term.

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A Guide to Surviving the Thanksgiving from a Supply Chain Perspective [Slideshow]

From the four-day weekend with “unbeatable” sales just-in-time for the holidays, to the slowly roasted turkey that leaves everyone in anticipation for hours, thanksgiving remains one of America’s favorite traditions. This thanksgiving, we are extremely grateful to have the opportunity to serve clients that give us thankfulness and joy every day of the year, and

By |2019-04-13T23:09:39-05:00November 23rd, 2016|General Topics, Supply Chain|0 Comments

Five Customer Product Segmentation Pitfalls to Avoid

Many organizations are segmenting customers and products to improve EBIT and working capital or to implement their strategy more consistently. Although segmentation initially seems to be little more than a logical reflection on the customer and product portfolio, it is actually a lot more complex than that. When embarking on a customer product segmentation exercise,

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