demand chain management


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demand chain management

Customer-facing information systems that provide direct input to the supply chain in order to optimize sales channel performance. See supply chain management.
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Demand chain management + response management = increased customer satisfaction.
The companies are joining forces to deliver the Pivotal Demand Chain Management solution suite on Microsoft .NET Enterprise Servers combined with Intel Solution Services to Global 2000 companies.
TNT Australia last month launched a new demand chain management system, which it says will "provide leading-edge, integrated e-fulfilment services to the rapidly growing e-commerce market in Australia".
It's what I call a demand chain management problem.
Mr Neill said the acquisition of Partco and the development of Unipart's demand chain management operation was expanding well and had won several new clients in both the UK and North America.
Most snack and bakery companies employ demand chain management principles to the fullest to maximize sales and to maintain respectable profit margins.
If the process were more fully understood, it would be called demand chain management because the process should be one of supplying what the customer demands, rather than what is forced down the chain.
SSA Global Technologies Inc has kicked off its promised flurry of acquisitions with the takeover of demand chain management software provider Ironside Technologies Inc for an undisclosed sum.
e-Point was created by San Mateo, California-based Dorado Corporation using Dorado Wholesale ChannelMaster [TM] and Dorado PriceMaster [TM] Demand Chain Management applications.