GXS

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  • Case Studies // Jun 2010

    GXS Case Study: Yantian International Container Terminals

    Established as a joint venture by Hutchison Port Holdings Group and Shenzhen Yantian Port Group and functioning since mid-1994, Yantian International Container Terminals Limited (YICT) is a joint venture that runs port facilities in the Yantian district of Shenzen, China. YICT need to communicate electronically with other businesses, the EDI...

    Provided By GXS

  • White Papers // Jun 2010

    Outsourcing Your Business Community Management

    This White Paper will examine the supply-chain problems now confronting manufacturers, the benefits of managing supply-chain performance more effectively and the risks presented by some efforts to achieve those benefits. It also will look at why many manufacturers rely on the Inovis managed services solution, which combines proven technology with...

    Provided By GXS

  • Case Studies // Jun 2010

    GXS Case Study: Anchor Blue

    As a leader in the youth-oriented fashion market, Anchor Blue Retail Group needs to be able to respond to the constantly evolving style trends so that the right products are on the shelves of its nearly 270 stores. They wanted to Increase supply chain visibility, reduce cost and shorten lead...

    Provided By GXS

  • White Papers // Apr 2010

    The Private Label Supply Chain: Improving Performance Through B2B Outsourcing

    Companies sell goods directly to consumers. Retailers that are vertically integrated use their own factories to produce some of their own private label products. Manufacturers have traditionally developed and marketed the brands are most familiar with. They may or may not actually manufacture the products. As part of their business,...

    Provided By GXS

  • White Papers // Apr 2010

    Data Quality Management Unlocking Transportation & Logistics ROI a GXS

    Whether it is booking transportation services with a carrier, tracking shipments inbound from a supplier, or communicating delivery status to a customer, the success of a companys transportation and logistics initiatives is directly dependent upon the quality of its data. Without useable, high-quality data available at an affordable price, companies...

    Provided By GXS

  • Case Studies // Apr 2010

    FedEx Speeds Ahead to Transport Industry Success

    With annual revenues of ?22.3 billion, FedEx Corp. is the premier global provider of transportation, e-commerce and supply chain management services. To manage the growing electronic traffic, FedEx wanted to provide a single gateway to support all e-commerce transactions, regardless of the protocol used. The company decided to develop an...

    Provided By GXS

  • Case Studies // Feb 2010

    Enterprise Gateway Gets Top Imaging Brand Trading With 65 Percent of Customers Electronically

    Founded by George Eastman in 1888, Eastman Kodak Company is a global leader in imaging technology. Kodak aimed to integrate its e-business systems, which according to Duane Cook, Kodak's e-Business Process Manager, were slow, error-prone, and expensive to maintain separately. Kodak wanted to implement a new, real-time system that could...

    Provided By GXS

  • Case Studies // Feb 2010

    Liz Claiborne Turns to GXS to Digitise Its Supply Chain

    Founded in 1976, New York-based Liz Claiborne Inc. designs and markets an extensive range of women's and men's fashion apparel and accessories. Liz Claiborne was actively seeking to get its suppliers to adopt automated processing techniques. This would help them combat the relentless pressure on cost due to the way...

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  • Case Studies // Feb 2010

    Organic Farm Foods Makes Healthy Savings Trading Electronically

    Organic Farm Foods was founded in 1986 by a group of organic growers in Wales who were aiming to develop an efficient infrastructure for British organic vegetable producers. Faced with aggressive competition in the organic foods market and with the increased drive from major multiples to remove costs from their...

    Provided By GXS

  • Case Studies // Feb 2010

    Coca-Cola Amatil Partners With GXS Managed Services to Improve Customer Service

    Producing over 1,450 million liters of beverage products a year, Coca-Cola Amatil supplies around 114,000 customers from large supermarket chains to small corner stores. Coca-Cola's customers are very keen to have as many of their suppliers dealing electronically as possible and they wanted to take a leadership role in the...

    Provided By GXS

  • Case Studies // Jan 2010

    GXS Case Study: Schenker A/S

    Schenker A/S is one of the world's leading providers of integrated logistics services. As Schenker's business has grown, its customers needs have required it to deliver an enhanced array of services in more diverse and hard to reach places. In order for Schenker to stay abreast of those needs and...

    Provided By GXS

  • Case Studies // Jan 2010

    Royal Mail Posts eBusiness Integration Success

    Royal Mail group owns the Royal Mail, Parcelforce Worldwide and Post Office brands. As they enter in an increasingly commercial environment they need to be even more flexible and responsive. Integrating the systems will improve Royal Mail's ability to adapt to change, such as offering new products or services, and...

    Provided By GXS

  • Case Studies // Jan 2010

    GXS Case Study: Chrysler Group, LLC

    Automotive giant the Chrysler Group, LLC is saving millions of pounds each year as a result of streamlining its operations with parts suppliers. The Chrysler Group embraced new technologies that would speed communication with suppliers and support Just-In Time (JIT) shipments. They wanted to own their EDI systems. The Chrysler...

    Provided By GXS

  • Case Studies // Jan 2010

    Mitsubishi Motors Uses GXS Managed Services to Support Global Trading Partner Network

    Headquartered in Tokyo, Mitsubishi Motors is a leading manufacturer and distributor of cars and quality replacement parts. Mitsubishi Motors needed a B2B e-commerce partner that could provide global support to improve the efficiency of the company's B2B e-commerce operations. To solve these problems Mitsubishi turned to GXS. Mitsubishi Motors chose...

    Provided By GXS

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Beyond Point of Sale Data: Looking Forward, Not Backwards For Demand Forecasting

    One reason for the importance of this technology would be that the POS represents the most critical function in a retailer's supply chain - the checkout process. The cash register is the moment of truth at which the consumer has to commit to a purchase and offer tender in exchange...

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  • White Papers // Sep 2009

    Protecting Mission-Critical Manufacturing Data With an ERP Firewall

    Off late manufacturing sector, outsourcing is becoming more the norm than the exception. Companies have become more and more specialized within their value chains. OEMs that traditionally were production-oriented are increasingly outsourcing many of their manufacturing and supply chain functions to third parties (contract manufacturers, freight forwarders, and third-party logistics...

    Provided By GXS

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Understanding Your Total Cost Of Ownership For Managing B2B Operations

    Industry experts agree that Business-to-Business (B2B) programs are a key area where cost savings and competitive differentiation can be gained. The benefits of developing B2B programs - whether in-house or outsourced - are clear. But, operating a global supply and demand chain is becoming increasingly complex as companies face a...

    Provided By GXS

  • White Papers // Sep 2009

    Protecting Mission-Critical Manufacturing Data With an ERP Firewall

    Off late manufacturing sector, outsourcing is becoming more the norm than the exception. Companies have become more and more specialized within their value chains. OEMs that traditionally were production-oriented are increasingly outsourcing many of their manufacturing and supply chain functions to third parties (contract manufacturers, freight forwarders, and third-party logistics...

    Provided By GXS

  • Case Studies // Jan 2010

    GXS Case Study: Chrysler Group, LLC

    Automotive giant the Chrysler Group, LLC is saving millions of pounds each year as a result of streamlining its operations with parts suppliers. The Chrysler Group embraced new technologies that would speed communication with suppliers and support Just-In Time (JIT) shipments. They wanted to own their EDI systems. The Chrysler...

    Provided By GXS

  • Case Studies // Jan 2010

    Mitsubishi Motors Uses GXS Managed Services to Support Global Trading Partner Network

    Headquartered in Tokyo, Mitsubishi Motors is a leading manufacturer and distributor of cars and quality replacement parts. Mitsubishi Motors needed a B2B e-commerce partner that could provide global support to improve the efficiency of the company's B2B e-commerce operations. To solve these problems Mitsubishi turned to GXS. Mitsubishi Motors chose...

    Provided By GXS

  • Case Studies // Jun 2010

    GXS Case Study: Anchor Blue

    As a leader in the youth-oriented fashion market, Anchor Blue Retail Group needs to be able to respond to the constantly evolving style trends so that the right products are on the shelves of its nearly 270 stores. They wanted to Increase supply chain visibility, reduce cost and shorten lead...

    Provided By GXS

  • Case Studies // Feb 2010

    Coca-Cola Amatil Partners With GXS Managed Services to Improve Customer Service

    Producing over 1,450 million liters of beverage products a year, Coca-Cola Amatil supplies around 114,000 customers from large supermarket chains to small corner stores. Coca-Cola's customers are very keen to have as many of their suppliers dealing electronically as possible and they wanted to take a leadership role in the...

    Provided By GXS

  • Case Studies // Feb 2010

    Enterprise Gateway Gets Top Imaging Brand Trading With 65 Percent of Customers Electronically

    Founded by George Eastman in 1888, Eastman Kodak Company is a global leader in imaging technology. Kodak aimed to integrate its e-business systems, which according to Duane Cook, Kodak's e-Business Process Manager, were slow, error-prone, and expensive to maintain separately. Kodak wanted to implement a new, real-time system that could...

    Provided By GXS

  • Case Studies // Jun 2010

    GXS Case Study: Yantian International Container Terminals

    Established as a joint venture by Hutchison Port Holdings Group and Shenzhen Yantian Port Group and functioning since mid-1994, Yantian International Container Terminals Limited (YICT) is a joint venture that runs port facilities in the Yantian district of Shenzen, China. YICT need to communicate electronically with other businesses, the EDI...

    Provided By GXS

  • Case Studies // Jan 2010

    GXS Case Study: Schenker A/S

    Schenker A/S is one of the world's leading providers of integrated logistics services. As Schenker's business has grown, its customers needs have required it to deliver an enhanced array of services in more diverse and hard to reach places. In order for Schenker to stay abreast of those needs and...

    Provided By GXS

  • Case Studies // Jan 2010

    Royal Mail Posts eBusiness Integration Success

    Royal Mail group owns the Royal Mail, Parcelforce Worldwide and Post Office brands. As they enter in an increasingly commercial environment they need to be even more flexible and responsive. Integrating the systems will improve Royal Mail's ability to adapt to change, such as offering new products or services, and...

    Provided By GXS

  • Case Studies // Apr 2010

    FedEx Speeds Ahead to Transport Industry Success

    With annual revenues of ?22.3 billion, FedEx Corp. is the premier global provider of transportation, e-commerce and supply chain management services. To manage the growing electronic traffic, FedEx wanted to provide a single gateway to support all e-commerce transactions, regardless of the protocol used. The company decided to develop an...

    Provided By GXS

  • Case Studies // Feb 2010

    Organic Farm Foods Makes Healthy Savings Trading Electronically

    Organic Farm Foods was founded in 1986 by a group of organic growers in Wales who were aiming to develop an efficient infrastructure for British organic vegetable producers. Faced with aggressive competition in the organic foods market and with the increased drive from major multiples to remove costs from their...

    Provided By GXS

  • Case Studies // Feb 2010

    Liz Claiborne Turns to GXS to Digitise Its Supply Chain

    Founded in 1976, New York-based Liz Claiborne Inc. designs and markets an extensive range of women's and men's fashion apparel and accessories. Liz Claiborne was actively seeking to get its suppliers to adopt automated processing techniques. This would help them combat the relentless pressure on cost due to the way...

    Provided By GXS

  • White Papers // Apr 2010

    Data Quality Management Unlocking Transportation & Logistics ROI a GXS

    Whether it is booking transportation services with a carrier, tracking shipments inbound from a supplier, or communicating delivery status to a customer, the success of a companys transportation and logistics initiatives is directly dependent upon the quality of its data. Without useable, high-quality data available at an affordable price, companies...

    Provided By GXS

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Understanding Your Total Cost Of Ownership For Managing B2B Operations

    Industry experts agree that Business-to-Business (B2B) programs are a key area where cost savings and competitive differentiation can be gained. The benefits of developing B2B programs - whether in-house or outsourced - are clear. But, operating a global supply and demand chain is becoming increasingly complex as companies face a...

    Provided By GXS

  • White Papers // Apr 2010

    The Private Label Supply Chain: Improving Performance Through B2B Outsourcing

    Companies sell goods directly to consumers. Retailers that are vertically integrated use their own factories to produce some of their own private label products. Manufacturers have traditionally developed and marketed the brands are most familiar with. They may or may not actually manufacture the products. As part of their business,...

    Provided By GXS

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Beyond Point of Sale Data: Looking Forward, Not Backwards For Demand Forecasting

    One reason for the importance of this technology would be that the POS represents the most critical function in a retailer's supply chain - the checkout process. The cash register is the moment of truth at which the consumer has to commit to a purchase and offer tender in exchange...

    Provided By GXS

  • White Papers // Jun 2010

    Outsourcing Your Business Community Management

    This White Paper will examine the supply-chain problems now confronting manufacturers, the benefits of managing supply-chain performance more effectively and the risks presented by some efforts to achieve those benefits. It also will look at why many manufacturers rely on the Inovis managed services solution, which combines proven technology with...

    Provided By GXS