Supply Chain: The perfect order

Supply Chain: The perfect order

In late 2003, Qualcomm's CIO Norm Fjeldheim started seeing signs that the demand for cellular phone chips was rising much...

August 7th, 2005 Susannah Patton

Intentia updates applications, prepares Lawson merger

Intentia updates applications, prepares Lawson merger

Intentia International AB has released the latest version of its business applications suite, an update that's likely to be the...

July 11th, 2005 Stacy Cowley

Allstream tags surgical equipment

Allstream tags surgical equipment

Although there was nothing wrong with Hospital Logistic Inc.’s (HLI) current supply chain management system, David Yundt, the president and...

June 23rd, 2005 Vanessa Ho

SAP quiet until Retek responds

SAP quiet until Retek responds

SAP AG is waiting for retail software maker Retek Inc. to respond to its acquisition offer before commenting on a...

March 9th, 2005 John Blau

Getting tagged – Are you ready for the RFID challenge?

Getting tagged – Are you ready for the RFID challenge?

Novel technologies with transformative potential in the consumer and business-to-business environments don't always come with built-in applications. Developers and end-users...

December 31st, 2004 Christian Stephan

New Zealand needs to start on RFID

New Zealand needs to start on RFID

New Zealand has been slow to move into the use of radio frequency identification (RFID) tags in the supply chain,...

October 14th, 2004 Stephen Bell

Think beyond compliance with RFID: experts

Think beyond compliance with RFID: experts

If your company is considering radio-frequency identification (RFID) solely because a trading partner mandates the technology, perhaps your firm should...

October 14th, 2004 Stefan Dubowski

Optum releases TradeStream 3.0

Optum releases TradeStream 3.0

Tracking inventory in motion got a boost this week with the release of Optum Inc.'s TradeStream 3.0 supply chain process...

February 9th, 2004 Ephraim Schwartz

German retailer’s RFID effort rivals Wal-Mart’s

German retailer’s RFID effort rivals Wal-Mart’s

Wal-Mart Stores Inc. isn't the only major retailer to issue an RFID edict to its top suppliers. Metro Group, a...

January 20th, 2004 Carol Sliwa