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ass02_310_due090710_sol - ISE310 Fall 2010 Due 09/07/10...

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ISE310 Fall 2010 Assignment 02 Due 09/07/10 Team assignment 1. Form your team using the team page on www.gezabottlik.com . As of this writing, there are 21 students in the class – 4 teams of 4, one team of 5. (1 point) 2. Using one of the search engines on the web (Google, AltaVista, Yahoo, MSN, etc.), find a reference to a company that supplies software for managing supply chains. (2 points) In some previous years this was an individual assignment and the classes were large (number of times selected in parentheses): barcontrol system Capterra.com EXEcontrol i2.com (9) IBS (ibsus.com) (4) Interactive logility.com (2) Made2manage Majure data Oracle Riverone.com SAP (5) sentai software (3) supply chain guru.com (4) tecsys.com From another year: Company Frequency ABBAsoft 1 Agile Network 1 Aspen Tech 1 Digital Information Systems 1 Foxfire Technologies 1 i2 6 IBS 4 Invistics 2 Jada 1 Lamar 1 Logility 2 Made2Manage 1 Mapics 1 Mitrix 1 Oracle 3 Preactor 5 Provia 2 Ross Systems 1 SAP 3 Sentai 2 SSA Global 1 Supply Chain Consultants 1 Waterloo 2
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ISE310 Fall 2010 Assignment 02 3. Select one of the software packages offered by that company and write a page about what the software does. (A consensus of your team) (2 1/2 points) Note: You can also contact the company if you wish – you do not have to rely solely on the web, but that is OK also. Logility Voyager Solutions is a software suite comprised of the following components: Vendor Managed Inventory (VMI) Collaborative Planning, Forecasting and Replenishment (CPFR) Demand-driven Supply Networks (DDSN) And other key Inventory Management processes These components cover all aspects of tracking existing inventory, determining how much of a product will be sold to appropriately forecast increases or decreases in production, based on the
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