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Sunday, July 11, 2004The process of managing the supply chain has changed considerably in the past few years. Technologies such as Web services, mobile and wireless computing, Web portals, business intelligence, and radio-frequency identification are being deployed in significant ways at a growing number of large companies, after a period of tight budgets hindered many implementations.Meanwhile, information security, business continuity, collaboration, and regulatory compliance have taken on greater importance at many businesses, influencing supply-chain decisions and practices"The most promising technologies enable greater visibility into goods, such as supply-chain event management, warehouse management, and transportation management,Many enterprises are looking for individual products to help generate quick ROI, rather than committing to full suites".Enterprises that reengineer processes and deploy supply-chain applications strategically will gain more of a competitive advantage than those that view supply-chain improvements as a cost-cutting tactic.
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