Global Direct Material Procure to Pay: Optimizing the Value of
Global Commerce Management
What requirements have to be met to achieve an effective, comprehensive and bottom-line enhancing Procure-to-Pay capability? Download the Blinco Systems' 3rdwave white paper that addresses the features and solutions required to sucessfully enable superior results with real world solutions.
Total Landed Cost - Optimizing the Value of
Global Commerce Management
This white paper looks at how globally sourced products compare against their own domestically manufactured production and against multiple vendor/country quotes. It provides an overview of total landed cost from forecast, budgeting and actual cost validation and authorization through to comprehensive analysis, reporting and benchmarking.
Multi-source Outsourcing in a Global Supply Enviroment
Having honest and transparent business dealings is critical, if not the most critical element to being successful in an outsourced world. This white paper looks at how to become the best-in-class brand owner and gain significant global suply chain rewards.
WEBINAR >>> Liberty Richter/Panos: Delivering the Promise of Global Supply Chain Visibility
John McLennan, Vice-President Finance and CIO of Liberty Richter (now Panos Brands), the US' premier specialty foods importer, explains how taking a comprehensive approach to global commerce management dramatically improved his group's operating and financial results.
Value from Lean, Agile and Adaptive Global Organizations:
Global Commerce Management
and synchronized global commerce management solution can make a global sourcing / distribution organization a truly lean, agile and adaptive
global market leader. These strategies have increased firms' operating efficiencies 30% to 300%, reduced inventory 30% to 50%, and reduced total landed cost (compared
to domestic sourced products) 15% to 30%.
Commerce Management - The Executive Business Case for Operational
Authors: Gene Tyndall, Supply Chain Executive Advisors,
and Dan Gilmore, Editor and President of SupplyChainDigest.com
Explore the bottom line benefits of global commerce management excellence and what differentiates the leaders from the laggards. Learn what the key drivers are in high performance global sourcing operations.
Value from Global Commerce Management: People, Processes and
corporations, global sourcing has become a critical element
in their overall operations' strategy. This report shows how
excellence in global commerce, sourcing and logistics will drive substantial
bottom line improvements and improve shareholder values. A unique cash flow analysis is provided by respected financial
analyst, Gerry Marsh; narrative by Ned Blinick.
Global Sourcing Right: The Role of Improved Technology in
Meeting the Challenges of Global Trade Management
Global sourcing and global logistics require process automation
This white paper shows how a comprehensive
approach to global trade management will can
create a world-class global sourcing operation, optimally manage the complexities of global sourcing, leverage
business and client opportunities, and improve
bottom line results.
Your Global Supply Chain Post-9/11: Regulatory Compliance
... It's Not an Option
The importer has ultimate responsibility for the validity,
accuracy and timeliness of filings with U.S. regulators. This
white paper offers solutions to ongling compliance issues and ever changing requirements while showing how costs can be minimized
in this area.
3rdwave Case Studies
Honda Trading America
A 3rdwave Enterprise client since 1994, Honda Trading America ("HTA") is the global sourcing and trading arm of American Honda Manufacturing Co.
HTA has grown
their business +700% while only increasing staff 100% in the same period by using 3rdwave. HTA has a fully-integrated purchase, order, import/export
and financial management solution and processes in place for ultimate global visibility,
control and financial returns. HTA supports tight, often
10 minute JIT windows with its globally sourced goods. Notable for
Tier 1 OEM's, steel traders, metal centers, commodities/break
bulk, aluminum, plastics, food, or commodities firms with
multiple locations or subsidiaries.
Real time third party logistics (3PL) provider, including
international movement of steel and heavy metals operating
in multiple currencies, modes, lanes and legs in a highly
As the US' largest cataloguer and distributor (importer and
exporter) of military and outdoor apparel and equipment, this
case study is beneficial for retail and fashion distributors,
private label, or non-asset-based manufacturers or distributors. Rothco now has absolute global visibility, exceptional customer service
capabilities and rapid order entry (2100 lines per 7.5 hr day per CSR) with optimum customer service levels. Capable of +99% order-to-ship fulfillment
within three hours, Rothco can commit to the date of receipt
of goods for back orders with +99% accuracy - even during
the busiest periods.
The US trading arm of Kobe Steel is also involved in sourcing, import
and/or export of nonferrous metals, machinery, electronics,
automotive, consumer goods and raw materials. Diverse product lines
and multiple profit centers required that a robust,
integrated and fully-synchronized enterprise sourcing solution be put in place to capably and profitably
execute Shinsho's global and domestic interests.