Supply & Demand Chain Executive Magazine has announced its 13th annual listing of the Supply & Demand Chain Executive 100, highlighting 100 Great Supply Chain Projects of 2015. International Business Systems was chosen for a project with customer 2XL, who selected the IBS Dynaman warehouse management system (WMS) to integrate the activities of its multi-warehouse distribution environment.
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In this recent article for Supply & Demand Chain Executive Magazine, IBS Principal Solutions Conslutant, Brian Lindenmeyer, discusses the recent merger of Kraft Foods with H.J. Heinz Co. Get Brian's insight on what considerations a merger like this means for supply chain best practices to branding decisions affecting marketing to manufacturing and everything in between.
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Scott Brown, Executive Vice President for Global Cloud and Customer Support at International Business Systems, was recently interviewed by Continuity Insights. In this article, he discusses the importance of keeping supply chain operations running to avoid problems throughout a business.
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Brian Lindenmeyer, Principle Solutions Consultant for Supply Chain Planning & Execution Systems at IBS, sits down for an exclusive interview with Food Manufacturing to discuss the recently announced H.J. Heinz Co. and Kraft Foods Group merger. Brian provides his insight on the implications for the supply chain, specifically distribution, and what Kraft and Heinz need to be thinking about in terms of product mix and kitting.
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International Business Systems (IBS), an integrated ERP, WMS, and supply chain solution provider, announced the companies presenting at its 2015 IBS Connect Americas Customer Conference. The event will take place May 12-14 in Chandler, Ariz., at the Sheraton Wild Horse Pass Resort.
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Dot Foods, a $5.5 billion company headquartered in Mt. Sterling, Ill., offering 105,000 products from 650 food industry manufacturers selected IBS Dynaman and its customized yard management application to meet the growing needs of its nine distribution centers.
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IBS Connect Speakers Include Executives from IBM, McGraw-Hill Education, Dot Foods, MWI Veterinary Supply, and Zwilling J.A. Henckels
Inbound Logistics' annual Logistics Technology Perspective offers market research to help IT buyers and users make better sense of what's going on in the industry. International Business Systems is pleased to announce they have been selected as one of the top 100 awardees, representing the best of "best-in-class", for Logistics IT Providers.
IBS Executive VP of Global Cloud & Customer Support Services, Scott Brown, discusses how supply chain risk management is a major concern for many companies today. According to a Gartner IT Risk Management Survey, 70 percent of those canvassed said that risk management data would influence board-level decisions – up from just 46 percent a year earlier.
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