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SAP for Chemicals Functionality
SAP has been delivering on its chemicals industry strategy by expanding its capabilities for manufacturing and supply chain management, broadening its composite package applications in areas such as emissions management, pricing management, and manufacturing dashboards, and focusing on mid-market companies.

TOXIC CHEMICALS SOLUTIONS: SAP for Chemicals Functionality SAP for Chemicals Functionality Olin Thompson and PJ Jakovljevic - May 31, 2006 Read Comments SAP for Chemicals Functionality SAP AG (NYSE: SAP) is well-known for its enterprise applications software tailored to the chemicals industry. For a detailed tutorial on the chemicals industry, see So What s the Big Deal with Chemicals? . For a discussion of the SAP approach to packaged solutions, see SAP Industry Solutions for Mid-market Companies . And for a discussion directly
5/31/2006

SAP for Chemicals: A Packaged Solution for Mid-market Companies
Packaged solutions for the chemicals industry are available from SAP and selected partners. Still, given a number of other viable solutions, prospective users will have to decide whether SAP would indeed be the best solution without the packaged option.

TOXIC CHEMICALS SOLUTIONS: SAP for Chemicals: A Packaged Solution for Mid-market Companies SAP for Chemicals: A Packaged Solution for Mid-market Companies Olin Thompson and PJ Jakovljevic - May 30, 2006 Read Comments A Rough-and-tumble Ride Although one might get the impression that life has been kind to the chemical industry, that certainly hasn t always been the case. True, chemical players today are virtually minting money on their own terms, but only two years ago, the industry was moribund, and chemical products were selling
5/30/2006

Managing Demand: Considerations for the Chemicals Industry
Enterprise systems have brought many benefits to chemical environments, but for individual enterprises, gaining these benefits requires selecting a solution that can deal with the unique needs of the business.

TOXIC CHEMICALS SOLUTIONS: Managing Demand: Considerations for the Chemicals Industry Managing Demand: Considerations for the Chemicals Industry Olin Thompson and PJ Jakovljevic - May 12, 2006 Read Comments Managing Demand Effectively Due to the inherent challenges of the chemicals industry, most chemicals companies are still unable to profitably respond to highly variable demand, or to execute predictable product supply strategies. Thus, optimizing their distribution networks and rationalizing their inventories are the keys to an
5/12/2006

So What’s the Big Deal with Chemicals?
Due to the inherent challenges of the industry, most chemical companies are still unable to profitably respond to highly variable demand, or to execute predictable product supply strategies.

TOXIC CHEMICALS SOLUTIONS: So What’s the Big Deal with Chemicals? So What’s the Big Deal with Chemicals? Olin Thompson and P.J. Jakovljevic - December 24, 2007 Read Comments Originally published - May 10, 2006 For the chemical industry, the last decade has been a rollercoaster ride. Until two years ago or so, sales of everything from petrochemicals to paint were sluggish; inventories all but overflowed the storage tanks, and the pricing power of producers was weak. But a reversal of fortune has almost emptied those tanks, and
12/24/2007

Logistics.com Might Prove An Internet Success Story After All
As the number of dot-com’s dwindles, we see some examples of highly focused exchanges and hosted applications with growth and a path towards profitability. Logistics.com is an example of one such company.

TOXIC CHEMICALS SOLUTIONS: Logistics.com Might Prove An Internet Success Story After All Logistics.com Might Prove An Internet Success Story After All P.J. Jakovljevic - October 25, 2001 Read Comments On September 18, Logistics.com, Inc. , a provider of transportation procurement and management technology, announced the successful completion of a $10 million round of additional backing from Internet Capital Group (NASDAQ: ICGE). This follows $15 million of previously unannounced financial support late last year. This funding
10/25/2001

Aspen’s Step Backward in the First Quarter Part of Familiar Dance
First quarter results tend to be Aspen Technologies’ weakest of the year and 1Q 2001 is no exception. There are signs that suggest the process manufacturing enterprise software vendor is taking pains to break the cycle.

TOXIC CHEMICALS SOLUTIONS: Aspen’s Step Backward in the First Quarter Part of Familiar Dance Aspen’s Step Backward in the First Quarter Part of Familiar Dance Steve McVey - November 7, 2000 Read Comments S. McVey - November 7, 2000 Event Summary Aspen Technology s financial results for the first quarter ending September 30, 2000 fell short of last quarter s results but typify the vendor s cyclical business. License revenue decreased 31% to $32.6 million from the previous quarter of $47.3 million. A slight increase in service
11/7/2000

Supply Chain Cost-cutting Strategies
Your Challenge: Get Decision Makers' Approval for Supply Chain Cost-Cutting Strategies. Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant and Time-Bound. Process industries (chemicals, food and beverage, oil and gas, etc.) face rising manufacturing and logistics costs. And they’re finding that the old strategies for cost containment no longer pack the same punch. Some surveys show that 75 percent of all respondents are redesigning their supply chains to keep these costs in check. Are you one of them? No? You’ve got a lot of catching up to do—and very little time to do it.

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10/9/2007 3:21:00 PM

Preparing for Product Development in Process Manufacturing
Combining process industry–oriented product lifecycle management capabilities with process manufacturing–oriented enterprise resource planning ones can help alleviate many of the challenges particular to the process manufacturers, especially in the areas of product development and regulatory compliance.

TOXIC CHEMICALS SOLUTIONS: Preparing for Product Development in Process Manufacturing Preparing for Product Development in Process Manufacturing P.J. Jakovljevic - March 16, 2009 Read Comments Originally Published - March 10, 2007 As seen in such articles as Product Life Cycle Management in Process or Process Manufacturing Software: A Primer , what the process manufacturing industry lacks in glamour, it certainly makes up for in complexity. Traditionally, manufacturing is divided into two categories: process and discrete (if one is
3/16/2009

Ensuring Profitable Growth: Best Practices for the Chemicals Industry
Chemical companies struggle with outdated manufacturing and financial systems, often not reaching their profitable goals. How can they give customers high-quality chemical products while improving the bottom line? Industry best practices can help you gain control over every aspect of your business by increasing your visibility into operations, helping production go more smoothly, and reducing costs and lead times.

TOXIC CHEMICALS SOLUTIONS: Ensuring Profitable Growth: Best Practices for the Chemicals Industry Ensuring Profitable Growth: Best Practices for the Chemicals Industry Source: SAP Document Type: White Paper Description: Chemical companies struggle with outdated manufacturing and financial systems, often not reaching their profitable goals. How can they give customers high-quality chemical products while improving the bottom line? Industry best practices can help you gain control over every aspect of your business by increasing your
9/17/2007 3:35:00 PM

Strategies for Profitable Growth: Chemical Industry
Strategies for Profitable Growth: Chemical Industry. Search for Data and Other Software for the Chemical Industry. You may have survived the slowdown of the last few years, but you must still find new growth opportunities to stay competitive. However, you can only cut so much. Midsize businesses in particular need to ask new questions: What strategies and practices are right for the company? And what are the best solutions for facilitating—and even improving them?

TOXIC CHEMICALS SOLUTIONS: Strategies for Profitable Growth: Chemical Industry Strategies for Profitable Growth: Chemical Industry Source: SAP Document Type: White Paper Description: You may have survived the slowdown of the last few years, but you must still find new growth opportunities to stay competitive. However, you can only cut so much. Midsize businesses in particular need to ask new questions: What strategies and practices are right for the company? And what are the best solutions for facilitating—and even improving
3/7/2007 4:19:00 PM

Logility: Voyager in B2B Collaborative Commerce
Logility has achieved an impressive 33% total revenue growth over the past five years, demonstrating that it can still compete effectively in a B2B software market dominated by much larger players. It sells its supply chain management and Internet-based solutions to mid market companies primarily within the process manufacturing industries, such as food & beverage, chemicals, but also consumer packaged goods, apparel, and retail. Logility claims to be happy with its current rate of growth but is aggressively targeting the application hosting market.

TOXIC CHEMICALS SOLUTIONS: Logility: Voyager in B2B Collaborative Commerce Logility: Voyager in B2B Collaborative Commerce Steve McVey - February 1, 2000 Read Comments Logility: Voyager in B2B Collaborative Commerce S. McVey - February 7th, 2000 Vendor Genesis Atlanta-based Logility originated as the Supply Chain Planning division of ERP vendor American Software, Inc. American, founded in 1971 by James C. Edenfield and Thomas Newberry, saw increasing demand for the distribution and logistics components of its mainframe and
2/1/2000


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