Here we discuss applications of Trade DaaS including ERP/GTM integration, supply chain risk management, sourcing optimization, supplier discovery, price discovery, total landed cost, compliant duty optimization, should-cost modeling, ecommerce, real-time denied party screening, competitive intelligence, lead generation, and KYC.
Total Cost of Ownership (TCO)
Use of total cost analysis in sourcing and other decisions.
A few pioneering enterprise software solution providers offer pricing and business models based on achieving specific outcomes for their clients, rather than just charging for software.
In Part 1 we provided an overview and some history of how the ERP market got to where it is today. We talked a lot about the ERP companies, so in Part 2 we will look a bit more at the customer issues and how these companies are addressing them.
Highlights from Manhattan Associates’ annual conference, with a description, lessons learned to-date, and expected benefits from McKesson’s implementation of Manhattan’s Total-Cost-to-Serve product.
In this second part we discuss the current pricing in the SaaS market.
How was Tata able to build a $2,500 car? Here we dig into some examples of their ‘frugal engineering’ approach.
Design innovations enabled Tata to build a $2,500 car. Now that is how you get into an emerging market such as India in a big way.
Cloud cost drivers provide insights on how Total Cost of Ownership for users will change.
The ChainLink team hypothesizes on the potential impacts to Supply Chain investments.
Skillful contract negotiation and management are vital to realizing a company’s spend management and supplier performance goals. Here we explore how to negotiate better agreements with your suppliers, effectively manage contracts, and monitor compliance.
Private vs. Public and Internal vs. External Clouds, security concerns and more from a panel discussion at MIT.