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Is the Mid-Market Ready to Increase Exports?

02 May 12 ,  White Paper
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Amber Road (formerly Management Dynamics) recently conducted a survey of nearly 150 mid-market companies to better understand their export compliance challenges and the extent to which they are performing compliance checks today.

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  • Is the Mid-Market Ready to Increase Exports?

    02 May 12 ,  White Paper
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    Amber Road (formerly Management Dynamics) recently conducted a survey of nearly 150 mid-market companies to better understand their export compliance challenges and the extent to which they are performing compliance checks today.

  • ASEAN Economic Community Scorecard

    30 Sep 11 ,  White Paper
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    By 2015 a single market and production base is to be established by the ten economies of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN). This is the vision of the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC), which is to create a highly competitive single market that promotes equitable economic development for Member States, as well as facilitating their integration with the global community.

  • Foreign Investor Confidence Level in Thailand

    20 Jul 11 ,  White Paper
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    The signs of continuous global economic recovery from 2009 until early 2010 persuaded investors to believe that the business outlook for this year would be better. As a result, the confidence index of these foreign investors exceeded 501 in terms of revenue, profitability, liquidity and investment. However, the prolonged and violent political rally in April and May raised concerns among foreign investors, particularly shareholders and customers from abroad. However, foreign investors who were not overly sensitive to the situations still believed that the government would soon find a resolution. A certain amount of damage was incurred by certain companies during the declared public holidays and the imposed curfew, or due to their location within or in the proximity of the political rally. But after May, when the situation started to be resolved, the confidence of these investors rose to the same level as in March, when the first part of the survey was conducted.

  • Unchaining the Value of RFID for Unmatched Flexibility and Fast ROI

    20 Jun 11 ,  White Paper
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    Businesses in a wide range of industries are realizing significant benefits from radio frequency identification (RFID) technologies. The return on investment (ROI) for RFID comes from reducing the time and labor required to track assets and materials, decreased losses and theft, improved maintenance operations, and streamlined efficiency through better asset availability and utilization. Many of these benefits occur in applications that do not directly require participation from suppliers and customers, and reside outside the external supply chain.

  • Distribution in China

    14 Sep 10 ,  White Paper
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     With vast geographical span and huge regional differences, distribution in China has long been complicated.  Often, goods have to pass through multi-layers of distributors before reaching the hands of consumers.  

  • Getting your retail environment ready for mobile

    13 Jul 10 ,  White Paper
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    We live in a mobile world More than 4 billion people – over half the planet – are equipped with mobile phones. Today, many people are moving from ordinary mobile phones to internet-enabled smart phones as powerful as computers. Consumers now are using these smart phones to:

  • Overview of Thailand’s Logistics Cost in 2008

    29 Jun 10 ,  White Paper
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    The total value of logistics costs of Thailand for 2008 was approximately 1.7 trillion Baht, equivalent to 18.6 percent of the Gross Domestic Product (GDP), composing of 823 billion Baht of transportation costs (9.1 percent of the GDP), 705 billion Baht of inventory holding costs (7.8 percent of the GDP) and 153 billion Baht of logistics administration costs (1.7 percent of the GDP).