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First the V-Pill; Now it’s the V-Chain

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Do you experience lumpy product demand?

Do you suffer from “outsourced manufacturing and third-party logistics across a multi-enterprise network”?

Has “demand management, transaction processing, and order fulfillment using paper-based systems led to excessive amounts of leg work expended on expediting”?

Well you can Forgetaboutit!

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Just install V-Chain, and you'll miraculously reap new profits!

What is V-Chain you ask?

“V-Chainâ„¢, operates within heterogeneous IT environments and across multiple business partners to execute shared supply chain processes. The Web-native system combines connectivity, execution, planning, and metrics to create a single backbone in support of structured collaboration, something even the best ERP system can't do on its own.

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I couldn't have said it more clearly myself. I couldn't have even made this up myself.

(Mark Graban here) –> sounds like another “siren song” of manufacturing software!

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Mark Edmondson

Mark Edmondson is passionate about achieving rapid, breakthrough results during a company’s lean transformation. With 30 years of front-line experience while working with over 80 companies, Mr. Edmondson developed a philosophy of helping companies create a culture that sustains operational excellence through low cost yet transformative changes.

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  1. Mark Graban says

    Ah, another “siren song” of manufacturing software. If you want to read more, use the search box at the top of the blog to search for the phrase “siren song”.

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