• Order-to-Cash + Procure-to-Pay: The Power of Supply Chain Integration

    This eBook explores:

    1. Typical gap areas between revenue & expense operations
    2. Strategy for what to address and in what order
    3. Leveraging the majority of existing tools & systems
    4. Benefits of integrating revenue & expense data

  • Putting Your Supply Chain First

    Why it’s important for Mid-Market Companies to improve their supply chain technology ahead of ERP upgrades. In this eBook, we outline how cloud-based supply chain operations solutions give businesses the power to harness the benefits of an improved supply chain while simultaneously upgrading, integrating, and/or replacing aging ERP installs.  

  • A Mid-Market Supply Chain Manager’s Roadmap to Mobile

    Mobility is a hot topic these days. Regardless of industry or profession, there is a mobile application or ecosystem in development to serve it. The supply chain is no different. In fact, given its very manual and distributed nature, it is better suited to mobile application deployment than most business processes. However, mid-market companies should not fall into the mobile-for-mobile’s sake trap. Mobile supply chain management needs to be evaluated very carefully so only the business processes with the potential for high return on investment are enabled. Download this eBook for 10 Questions SC executives can ask IT to prepare for the mobile supply chain.

  • Strengthen Mid-Market Supply Chain Performance with the Right Tools, Talent, and Processes

    In this eBook, we will uncover strategies for strengthening supply chain performance with the right tools and processes for your team.

  • Fine-Tuning the Supply Chain for Market Expansion

    As a middle-market company, market expansion might be the right move as you pursue new business opportunities.

    This eBook outlines key areas of supply chain operations, including processes and tools, that you can leverage to aid in your market expansion.


  • Smart Supply Chain Business Intelligence for Mid-Market Companies

    Today’s supply chain business intelligence solutions are more affordable and attainable than ever, presenting a tremendous opportunity for mid-market companies The key to ensuring a BI solution is not only intelligent but actually “smart” is to plan, implement and leverage it effectively to garner tangible results.

  • 4 Keys to Successful Supply Chain Implementation

    Upgrading or implementing a new supply chain management system can seem like a daunting process. However, with the right plan in place it doesn't have to be. The accompanying webinar covers crucial areas that will greatly improve your company's chances of success including:

    • What systems will be affected and how to prepare
    • How to determine what resources are needed and how you will measure success
    • Seven key supplier on-boarding steps
    • And more.
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    4 Keys to Supply Chain Implementation Webinar

  • Gemini 2.0 Preview

    Our customers have relied on the stability, reliability and flexibility of Gemini to handle their data collection needs for years. Now it’s about to get even better with Gemini 2.0. We’ve brought together the benefits of the original Gemini with the best of today’s technology to deliver a new level of visibility, mobility and agility. In this webinar, you'll see:

    1. What’s new in Gemini 2.0 - including increased mobility, a Windows UI and greater efficiency
    2. A live demo of key new features
    3. How customers can participate in our Beta program

  • Leverage your Supply Chain to Delight Existing Customers and Attract New Ones

    Today’s supply chains can have a dramatic impact on customer experience. For mid-market companies, ensuring that your supply chain is enhancing existing customer relationships and providing the ability to attract new customers is a critical competitive advantage. Watch this webinar to learn:

    • How customer expectations for supply chain service have been raised
    • Why so few companies work with end to end supply chain processes
    • 4 key areas where your supply chain can make a difference to your customers

  • 14 Signs for Mid-Market Companies to Upgrade Your Supply Chain Technology

    Solution Consulting Director David Riffel discusses:

    • Why now is a good time for mid-market companies to consider upgrading
    • Benchmarks to identify when it’s time for your company to update
    • Guidelines for minimizing risk on new solutions

Case Studies

  • Case Study | Welch’s

    TAKE Supply Chain’s Gemini enables Welch’s to improve warehouse and inventory management through efficiencies across their high-velocity, nationwide supply chain. They can trace lots and batches within 24 hours, providing visibility greater than 99 percent of the time with inventory accuracy rates exceeding 99 percent. In addition, the system has enabled Welch’s to gain control over product compliance – a significant feat considering ever-increasing food safety regulatory requirements.

  • Case Study | Trimble

    TAKE Supply Chain’s Gemini has enabled greatly improved inventory accuracy rates, reduced staff training time, and increased productivity, inventory movement and manufacturing throughput. Today Gemini processes nearly 2,500 transactions daily in Trimble’s fulfillment warehouses, including purchase order receipts, pick and ship confirmations, label printing, packing and subinventory transfers.

  • Case Study | Midmark

    Midmark, a leading provider of medical, dental and veterinary equipment, was experiencing a significant issue with its deliveries to customers - many arrived with either incorrect items or incorrect quantities - affecting both customer satisfaction and costs. They chose TAKE Supply Chain's Gemini and Compliance Label Manager solutions to improve quality and accuracy. Out of box failures were reduced 75% and the total savings to date exceeds $90k.

  • Case Study | Applied Materials

    TAKE developed a tailored supply chain collaboration solution for Applied Materials that delivered accurate, real-time information and enhanced controls from the initial order to just-in-time parts delivery for consumption on the manufacturing shop floor.

Data Sheets

  • Info sheet | TAKE Forward Program

    TAKE Forward supplements your existing staff with additional resources and expertise for a smooth rollout and a successful ongoing program. We provide experienced support staff to both functional and technical areas within your organization to minimize work disruption. TAKE Forward includes support for Operations (procurement, warehouse/inventory and manufacturing), IT, and Finance.

  • Info Sheet | Integration Flexibility

    TAKE Supply Chain’s OneSCM® integration flexibility enables companies to leverage the competitive advantages of global supply chain collaboration regardless of internal systems requirements or varying levels of trading partner technology.

  • Info Sheet | Mobile Visibility and Control

    OneSCM enables buyers and trading partners alike to leverage smart mobile devices for transactions and communication—creating a more continuous work flow across your supply chain.

  • Info Sheet | Workflow Automation

    Companies focused on growing market share and expanding into new global markets are rapidly realizing the critical role workflow automation plays in the performance and profitability of their supply chain operations. TAKE Supply Chain’s OneSCM® delivers a flexible and scalable solution for workflow automation to support business growth today and tomorrow.


White Papers

  • Moving to a Value-Driven Supply Chain

    Supply chain performance matters—this often-overlooked area can make or break a mid-market company's performance. Value-based supply chain principles, practices, and methods have great potential to improve a business performance beyond the supply chain. Taking the necessary steps to enable the supply chain to work toward providing value to the company and its bottom line should be one of a company’s highest priorities. This Whitepaper describes the benefits and process of transition from a cost-based to a value-driven supply chain, why mid-market companies should make the move as quickly as possible, and functional areas that can help increase supply chain value and decrease wasteful spending.

  • Strategies for Mid-Market Business Intelligence through Supply Chain Analytics

    This white paper provides strategies to help mid-market companies select the right BI tool for supply chain analytics to differentiate between critical supply chain data and information “noise,” and then integrate important data across the enterprise to create true business intelligence analytics for a smarter, agile, and resilient supply chain.

  • Mitigating the Bullwhip Effect

    The "Bullwhip Effect" includes the condition of excess inventory that can occur when non-automated processes are used to forecast demand, leading to a variety of fulfillment issues. Learn how to mitigate the "Bullwhip Effect" by automating processes.