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Products & Services R and AS Conferences 1999 Dec 1999: Performance-Based Compensation

Dec 1999 GBC Presentation: Optimizing ERP For Manufacturers: Enabling The Supply Chain (Corning)

ID: GBC-P121999CRO


Published: Pre-2013


Delivery Format: PowerPoint


 

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  • STUDY OVERVIEW
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  • PRESENTER INFO
With the vast differences in operations and markets, the concept of common processes on which ERP depends is elusive, and in many cases, impossible. What is clear is that the functional shared services model used for Finance and HR applications will not work for supply chain. He will also discuss Corning's progress with implementing PeopleSoft's manufacturing and distribution applications.

Industries Profiled:
Manufacturing


Companies Profiled:
Corning

Rick Beers
Supply Chain Management♪◙Strategic Process Leader

Corning