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The Cloud-Based Demand-Driven Supply Chain. Wiley and SAS Business Series

  • ID: 4449339
  • Book
  • November 2018
  • Region: Global
  • 336 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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It s time to get your head in the cloud!

In today s business environment, more and more people are requesting cloud–based solutions to help solve their business challenges. So how can you not only anticipate your clients needs but also keep ahead of the curve to ensure their goals stay on track?

With the help of this accessible book, you ll get a clear sense of cloud computing and understand how to communicate the benefits, drawbacks, and options to your clients so they can make the best choices for their unique needs. Plus, case studies give you the opportunity to relate real–life examples of how the latest technologies are giving organizations worldwide the opportunity to thrive as supply chain solutions in the cloud. 

  • Demonstrates how improvements in forecasting, collaboration, and inventory optimization can lead to cost savings
  • Explores why cloud computing is becoming increasingly important
  • Takes a close look at the types of cloud computing
  • Makes sense of demand–driven forecasting using Amazon′s cloud

Whether you work in management, business, or IT, this is the dog–eared reference you ll want to keep close by as you continue making sense of the cloud.

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List of Illustrations

List of Tables

Chapter 1 Demand–Driven Forecasting in the Supply Chain

Chapter 2 Introduction to Cloud computing

Chapter 3 Migrating to Cloud

Chapter 4 Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure

Chapter 5 Case studies of Demand–Driven Forecasting in AWS

Chapter 6 Summary



About the Author


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Vinit Sharma
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