White Paper: Lascom
Successful retail collaboration between retailers and suppliers can help smooth pressures along the product lifecycle and better manage products and projects in retail. While today’s suppliers and retailers are facing significant but unique challenges, there are common goals that drives retail collaboration – higher sales, increased profitability, and stronger business growth.
This insightful whitepaper scopes the essential of an efficient supplier-retailer relationship, its advantages and how to manage it to improve growth, competitive spirit and boost innovation through retail collaboration.
This whitepaper on Successful Retail Collaboration addresses questions like:
How retail collaboration has become the key to success for retailers and supplier?
What are the major reasons you need to improve supplier collaboration?
What is the role of Request for Proposal Management (RPM) in retail collaboration?
What elements of retail collaboration would consumers find most valuable?
What are the risks due to a complex organization and poor collaboration in retail?
Each year, HighRoads surveys companies about their current processes and future plans for compliance communications. In 2013, HighRoads invited mid- to large-sized organizations throughout the United States to share information about their compliance and governance operations; their approach to producing, updating and distributing Summary Plan Descriptions (SPD) and the steps they are taking to generate the Summary of Benefits and Coverage (SBC) and other required notices under the Affordable Care Act (ACA). Benefits communication straddles an unusual line between the everchanging requirements of government regulation, the increasing need for clear, concise and understandable content and changing preferences for how to receive and send information. That said, there are some things that remain constant from year to year-such as what employers find most challenging and the lack of good data around compliance expenditures.
E.U. regulation No 1169/2011 on the provision of food information to consumers is a new European Union directive that affects both manufacturers and retailers. It applies to food business operators at all stages of the food chain, where their activities concern the provision. Compliance with INCO will ensure that product information is consistent throughout the supply chain at every consumer touch-point, both in-store and online. What this whitepaper on '' E.U. Regulation No. 1169/2011'' covers? This whitepaper not only defines requirement standards of the new E.U. regulation no. 1169/2011 (INCO), but also explains how to better deal with the regulation. What are the changes in new EU Regulation No 1169/2011 on food labeling? What are the major impacts on the food and beverage companies due to New EU regulation No 1169/2011? What are the best practices to avoid slowing down innovation processes due to INCO regulation? Is INCO regulation only a costly and time-consuming constraint? Download this informative whitepaper to learn more about the rules in accordance with Regulation No 1169/2011 and food information regulations.
What is ERP ?
Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) is a group of activities that help industries to manage its business. ERP control the flow of information within the organization, so that the enterprise decision can be data driven. The main goal of ERP software is to collect and organize data from various level of organization to provide the management with clear picture of organization data flow.
What is CRM ?
Customer Relationship Management or CRM means managing the relationship with your customer. Now-a-days, it is used to describe IT systems and software designed to help you manage this relationship. CRM enables organizations to better serve their customers through the introduction of reliable processes and procedures for interacting with those customers.
What is Business ?
By definition a business is an organization or economic system with consistent and typical exchange of produced goods and offered services for one another or for money to fulfill human needs. Types of businesses, Non-Profit business: This is a type of business with charitable or educational goal rather than earning money from its services.