At the Cutting Edge of Best Practice [ECR Journal Vol. 5, No. 1, Summer 2005]

ECR Journal 2010.09.15

Publication Date: 2005
Publication Language: English
Publication Country/Region: ECR Europe
Publication Type: Article
Publisher: n/a
Companies involved: n/a
Author: Alan Mitchell

by Alan Mitchell
The 4th International ECR Research Symposium, held at IULM Milan, gathered researchers to discuss emerging industry best practice. Under the microscope: information sharing, in-store experience and supply chains.
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Building on foundations of sand? [ECR Journal Vol. 3, No. 1, Spring 2003]

ECR Journal 2010.09.14

Publication Date: 2003
Publication Language: English
Publication Country/Region: ECR Europe
Publication Type: Article
Publisher: n/a
Companies involved: n/a
Author: Nicole DeHoratius, Ananth Raman

by Nicole DeHoratius and Ananth Raman
Virtually every major supply chain initiative within ECR assumes companies are working with accurate inventory data. This could be a big mistake.

Virtually every major ECR supply chain initiative from vendor managed inventory to CPFR assumes companies are working with accurate inventory data. How wrong they are! And how big a risk?

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Lean and green: 'doing more with less' [ECR Journal Vol. 3, No. 1, Spring 2003]

ECR Journal 2010.09.14

Publication Date: 2003
Publication Language: English
Publication Country/Region: ECR Europe
Publication Type: Article
Publisher: n/a
Companies involved: n/a
Author: David Simons, Robert Mason

by David Simons and Robert Mason

Firms are under pressure to prove their environmental credentials. Now a win-win way of weaving ‘green’ considerations into business decisions is emerging.

Mapping the environmental impact of day-to-day activities such as supplying cartons of orange juice or an apple throws up many surprising results – and the information we need to make better decisions.
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Sales and order forecasts in CPFR [ECR Journal Vol. 4, No. 1, Summer 2004]

ECR Journal 2010.09.14

Publication Date: 2004
Publication Language: English
Publication Country/Region: ECR Europe
Publication Type: Article
Publisher: n/a
Companies involved: n/a
Author: Gerhard Arminger

by Gerhard Arminger
Creating the best possible sales and order forecasts requires consideration of many, varied circumstances. Getting the right mix of micro- and aggregate forecasting, and of personal communication and automation is crucial.
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CPFR: Myths and realities [ECR Journal Vol. 4, No. 1, Summer 2004]

ECR Journal 2010.09.14

Publication Date: 2004
Publication Language: English
Publication Country/Region: ECR Europe
Publication Type: Article
Publisher: n/a
Companies involved: n/a
Author: Mark Doiron


by Mark Doiron

CPFR promises its practitioners many important benefits. Yet few grocery retailers are enthusiastic. Why? CPFR suits some business models better than others - and many other supply chain initiatives promise richer returns.
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Unleashing the power of intelligence [ECR Journal Vol. 2, No. 1, Spring 2002]

ECR Journal 2010.09.10

Publication Date: 2002
Publication Language: English
Publication Country/Region: ECR Europe
Publication Type: Article
Publisher: n/a
Companies involved: n/a
Author: Hau L. Lee

by Hau L. Lee
What comes after Efficient Replenishment and CPFR? The next leap forward could be intelligent demand-based management, which turns data into intelligence and integrates marketing and supply chain efficiency.
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