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Ventana Research Launches Supply Chain Research Practice

    Online News published in DMReview.com
October 27, 2005

Ventana Research, the leading Performance Management research and advisory services firm, announced the expansion of its services to users and vendors with the launch of its newest research practice area Supply Chain Performance Management. This practice is lead by Colin Snow, an established industry veteran and expert in supply chain and information technology.

Ventana Research's Supply Chain Performance Management research and services assist leading manufacturers and distributors in adopting new practices and technologies to improve business results. Ventana Research provides research-derived guidance for companies with issues ranging from finding the return on investment of supply chain information technology implementations to evaluating specific software vendors for building or upgrading new assets. Major technology vendors covered include Oracle, SAP, Microsoft and SSA and vendors dedicated to Supply Chain Performance Management such as Kinaxis, SymphonyRPM and Silvon.

Since the competitive dynamics, business processes and system landscapes for manufacturers and distributors are rapidly changing, Ventana Research provides specific Performance Management advice and research. Ventana Research specializes in providing the strategic perspective needed to integrate people, processes, information and technologies to build core competencies and competitive advantage. The new supply chain practice at Ventana Research will provide insight and guidance for companies that are seeking to improve efficiency, meet compliance standards and improve operational performance.

"It's not about the newest feature, function or latest user interface," explained Colin Snow, VP andrResearch director - Operational & Supply Chain Performance Management. "Users are looking to solve real business problems and software vendors need to know and understand what those are. Increasingly they are less about the technology and more about the people, process and information. This is where we provide direction." Colin brings 10 years of enterprise software experience from vendors like PeopleSoft and Steelwedge, as well as over 15 years of industry experience in manufacturing, planning and services from firms like Olympus America and CIDCO Corporation.

Get the details of the Supply Chain Performance Management research agenda and latest research articles on market trends and best practices available at www.ventanaresearch.com/supplychain.

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