Next Generation Integration Strategies and the End of EAI/ETL Templates

The software and integration community is rapidly making a significant shift in integration and process intelligence within the enterprise architecture framework. Traditionally, the logic of integration and requirements such as security checks, routing, business flow, validation and transformation have existed within the integration transport layer itself.  This concept introduced the challenge of extremely monolithic integration…

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The Innovative Solution Strategy to a True Real-Time, Predictive Digital Supply Chain

In parts 1 and 2 of this blog series, you learned about the role collaborative partnerships play in supply chain planning and execution with real-time visibility and predictive analytics and the benefits of the JDA and TransVoyant partnership. The last part of this blog series will discuss how JDA is delivering an innovative solution strategy…

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How Managed Services Are Transforming Warehouse Management System (WMS) Deployments

Whether your systems have been moved to a centralized architecture yet or not, part one of this blog series discussed how centralizing your WMS system can improve efficiency and lower costs. Part 2 of will explore how managed services are transforming the approach to best in case WMS deployments in the cloud. Outsourcing Scale and…

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The ‘New’ Safe Approach to Warehouse Management System (WMS) Deployments

In recent years, application management outsourcing services including Platform as a Service (PaaS), Software as a Service (SaaS), and cloud based managed services have seen tremendous progress re-shaping the landscape of many IT departments. Shifting responsibilities for maintaining applications to organizations for which these are core competencies has seen great success and rewards, even for mission…

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Building A Demand Planning Group: Roles and Skillsets to Consider – Part 3 of 4

Welcome back to Part 3 in this series. Once you’ve decided your company will create a demand planning group and have determined what processes your organization will support, you can decide how to structure and staff it. As discussed in Part 2, there may be other functions combined with demand planning in your group.  The…

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Structuring Your Demand Planning Group to Make its Greatest Contribution – Part 2 of 4

Whether you are contemplating creating a demand planning group within your company, or questioning whether your current demand planning is as functional as possible, Part 2 of this 4-part series is aimed to help you navigate the hurdles of structuring your organization and its supported processes, so as to ensure your demand planning group is…

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