Supply Chain

Is your company leveraging your SCM systems to bring on more business and better integrate with new trading partners in an efficient and value producing effort?

Has your company optimized net value through its Supply Chain implementations? Is your infrastructure competitive in its support of your logistical needs? Does it have the ability to leverage the worldwide logistics of your trading partners? How would you rate your design, planning, execution, control, and monitoring of supply chain activities?

Mark Beckner is a proven expert in supply chain management systems design, programming, testing and support. He has authored specialized books on the subject and has worked with national and international companies to successfully implement, customize and optimize SCM systems. The Inotek Group technical team brings a wide variety of skill sets to the application of SCM solutions.

Supply chain execution means managing and coordinating the bi-directional movement of materials, information and funds across the supply chain. This bi-directional flow requires building complete inbound and outbound solutions for 810, 844, 845, and 850 EDI document types is critical to successful implementations.  Mapping, architectural patterns, orchestrations, trading partner configurations, AS2, SFTP, FTP, usage of role links, batching, and data routing and integration with WMS integrations with RFID and scanners and mobile devices are key components of successful SCM implementations.

  • Daisy Brand, Inc.
  • Slalom
  • EDI Specialists
  • Altriva
  • Attunix
  • Alyeska Pipeline
  • Baxa Corporation
  • Bonneville Power Administration
  • Calpine
  • Roseburg Forest Products
  • EMC
  • Equarius
  • Interlink
  • Fisker Motors
  • Genesys, Inc.
  • NDC, Inc.
  • Plum Creek
  • Port of Portland
  • SHI, Inc.
  • Nev’s Ink
  • Satellite Logistics Group

Supply chain managers and technical support are constantly struggling with distribution network configurations, distribution strategies, trade-offs in logistical activities and the complexities and simple nuts and bolts of complex supply chain systems. The planning and implementation of logistical activities requires a rigorous systems approach, best practices and the most up to date and efficient technology tools and skills.  Information, metrics and reporting from SCM systems is the life blood of many companies