Chances are your brand already relies on an ERP solution to house foundational functions and master data. But can it withstand the rapid developmental, transactional, and digitized industry of the future? To meet the rigorous demands of supply, demand, financials, inventory management, and the needs of a collaborative network, the ERP solution employed by your company needs to have the flexibility to meet changing business models, encapsulate industry best practice processes, and integrate in real time with other key applications. Just as your people need to be connected in a collaborative network, so do your technology solutions.
No vertical market appears to be immune to the hardships and challenges resulting from the unprecedented uncertainty and volatility of today’s geopolitical strife, climate disasters, and global pandemics. Which makes it even that much more challenging for organizations to try to meet consumer preferences and requirements that are always changing.
All of this uncertainty underscores the importance for organizations to focus on optimizing all facets of their supply chain costs—including cost-to-source, cost-to-procure, cost-to-manufacture, logistics, and handing. Supply chain optimization must also factor in the direct labor that drives supply chain activities in manufacturing, distribution, and retail. Total cost has never been more critical to understand and control—regardless of an organization’s industry or sector.
An established digital ecosystem lets brands reduce design-plan-manufacture cycles, improve supply chain planning accuracy, enable end-to-end inventory visibility, and help manage financial orchestration and liquidity. This helps ensure that the right products get to the right place, at the right time—on budget, and aligned with sustainability efforts that appeal to customers socially and environmentally. Additionally, a connected supply chain can improve visibility of key production metrics such as water usage and chemical content, all of which can be shared with consumers.
Collaborative networks connect complex systems of enterprises, applications, service providers, data sources, and devices involved in a fashion brand’s value chain and host them on a cloud-based platform for optimal performance and accessibility. Cloud-based systems facilitate the communication, performance, scale, security, and computing power needed to leverage technology solutions across the entire design to the manufacturing cycle.
Partnership offers Infor M3, CSI, and LN customers a solution to accelerate and capture data with intelligent document processing solutions to drive productivity.
Partnership to Manage Warehouse & Supply-Chain Operations, to Help Its Customers Make Smarter, Faster and Better Informed Decisions.
Independent Computer Consulting Group (“ICCG”) has been appointed as Platinum Partner by JASCI Software. JASCI Software is a supply chain acceleration warehouse management software created to meet the needs of omni-channel logistics via the cloud. The strategic partnership is expected to strengthen the ability of both companies to execute their value add and growth strategies.
ICCG is an enterprise software focused consulting firm with a global presence and a track record of more than 2,000 business and digital transformation project executions across ERP, Supply Chain Planning and Execution Systems, Warehouse Management Solutions, Product Life Cycle Management Solutions and Customer Relationship Management solutions deployments.
JASCI’s Cloud Warehouse Management SaaS platform offers a suite of solutions that fit a multitude of operations. Those include Warehouse Management, Warehouse Execution, Warehouse Control Systems, Robotic Execution, Yard Management, Labor Management, 3PL Management, Parcel & Freight Shipping, and more. This is all powered by JASCI’s patented cutting-edge SmartTask workflows technology, which enables unmatched configurability, speedy implementations, and limitless growth for its clients.