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Best Practices of Supply Chain Integration

Date: December 01, 2005

Time: 12:00 pm US Eastern

All dates and times are NY local time, please consult your favorite world clock to determine when this webinar takes place in your time zone.

Featured Speakers:

Jim O'Leary, Vice President, Product Management, EXTOL International (bio)


Beth Gold-Bernstein

Sponsored By:

EXTOL International

The wages of supply chain sin can be high for the mid sized company that does not avoid the Seven Sins of Supply Chain Integration.

EDI, UCCnet, XML, RFID, and other supply chain initiatives are about aligning your systems and processes with those of your customers and partners. Easy to say. Hard to do. Too often a company will merely comply with a supply chain mandate, and forego all the benefits and advantages available if they only took a different approach.

This webcast will review each of the seven deadly sins. It will reveal how business integration can help you avoid the myths, misgivings and mistakes that plague many companies who believe mere compliance is enough to gain business advantage.

Topics include:
  • Sloth: Don't Touch it isn't broken
  • Gluttony: Lets re-write from scratch:
  • Envy: We already write code for that
  • Anger: There is no way out
  • Lust: I don't need outside help
  • Greed: Id like one of everything
  • Pride: Integration is not for us
What you will learn:
  • How to align applications and processes that were not designed to work together in order to achieve specific business objectives, such as EDI, UCCnet/GS1, XML, RFID and others.
  • Giveaway

    Free White Paper: Essential Integration for Resource Constrained Companies

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    Instructions for downloading this FREE white paper will be given during the Webinar.

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    Featured Speaker Bios:

    Jim F. O'Leary joined EXTOL in 2002 as Vice President of Product Management, with over 20 years of experience in the software industry, including executive and senior management positions at Mercator Software, Unidata, and Software AG. He is a frequent speaker and recognized authority on the architecture and application of business-to-business integration middleware, model-based development, and software architecture.

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