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  • Fishbowl Inventory - Advanced Inventory Control Software (.pdf)
    , inventory control, warehouse management and manufacturing. In the past, this meant leaving QuickBooks and buying software systems costing upwards of $100,000 with reoccurring costs of $20,000 a year-costs typically outside the budget of small and medium-sized companies. Additionally, these systems
  • Wireless Inventory Management
    Any industry can benefit from a real-time wireless inventory reporting system that can be conveniently accessed from the inventory manager's desk.
  • Understanding the true cost of inventory
    There are many conflicting opinions concerning inventory management. Minimizing lead times while reducing costs is a daily juggling act that all procurement and inventory management professionals face. While there is no silver bullet or quick fix to this complex issue, there are ways to better
  • Managing Resin Inventory
    "Real-time management of expensive resins helps ensure a continuous supply of raw materials for our. operation that runs 24/7," according to Dan Hurtz, plastics manager for Garner Industries. "Our largest molding customers want visibility of their inventory so they can buy smart and reduce carrying
  • The Fuss About Inventory
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  • Smart Inventory Solutions: 7 Actions for MRO and Indirect Inventory Reduction
    Smart Inventory Solutions: 7 Actions for MRO and Indirect Inventory Reduction. Offering a sure fire approach that minimizes your workload, this landmark manual shows how you can efficiently and sustainably achieve your inventory reduction, free up cash, and reduce your costs without risk and impact
  • Five ways to lower inventory costs
    JIT is essentially an inventory strategy that reduces in-process inventory and the associated carrying costs. Developed in the 1970s by Japanese Taiichi Ohno of Toyota, the philosophy of JIT advocates a lean approach to production, by minimizing waste (i.e. inventory) and improving quality. Factors
  • Best Practice in Inventory Management, Second Edition
    Best Practice in Inventory Management, Second Edition. Use this reference to learn to implement a variety of processes vital to inventory structure and control.

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  • Inventory Control
    Inventory Systems in Distribution and Production . . . . . . . . . . . . .
  • Materials Management
    Zero- Inventory System : The Just-in-Time (JIT) System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
  • Supply Chain Coordination under Uncertainty
    – Coordination of Supply Chains with Risk-Averse Agents – A Timely Review on Supply Chain Coordination – A Review of Control Policies for Multi-Echelon Inventory Systems with Stochastic Demand – Supply Chain Models with Active Acquisition and Remanufacturing – Facilitating …
  • Inventory Control
    Past and current interests include: hierarchical production planning, lot sizing, and most recently multi-echelon inventory systems .
  • Distribution Planning and Control
    Lean Inventory Systems / 368 8.3 .
  • Software Engineering
    To illustrate, the Purchase Order and Receipt Subsystem (of an Inventory System ) might have the following overview (Figure 5-6): .
  • Optimal Control and Optimization of Stochastic Supply Chain Systems
    He and Jewkes (2000) further conducted the performance analysis for a set of replenishment polices in a make-to-order inventory system by using matrix analytic methods.
  • Planning Production and Inventories in the Extended Enterprise
    The vast majority of stochastic inventory models view the inventory system independently of the manufacturing system from which it is replenished, generally representing this system by a replenishment lead time that is usually either a known constant or random with a time …