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Google Profits Down 20% As CPC Plummets 15%

October 22, 2012

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  The day’s big news of Google’s precipitous drop in share price concealed the fact that Google’s average CPC is down 15% from a year ago. This decline in one of Google’s key performance metrics has potentially far more long-term consequences than a silly printer’s mistake. Yesterday’s premature release of Google’s disappointing quarterly earnings caused […]

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Cupid Media Expands Internationally with DirectTrack

September 19, 2012

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Press Release         PITTSBURGH – September 13, 2012 – Direct Response Technologies, a leading provider of global performance marketing solutions, announced that Cupid Media is expanding its global network by incorporating the advanced internationalization features and user-engagement functionality found within the DirectTrack® affiliate marketing platform. Located in Queensland, Australia, Cupid Media operates […]

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Is Your Supply Chain Ready to Enable Profitable Growth and High Performance?

September 12, 2005

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Growth is clearly back on the executive agenda. Yet executives increasingly find that growing profitably is extremely challenging due to the complexity and volatility characteristic of today’s business environment. Further complicating matters is the fact that, after several years of intense focus on cost reduction, most companies’ supply chains are operationally efficient but are not […]

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Risk Management in the Supply Chain

June 14, 2004

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In our current global marketplace, it doesn’t matter where parts or subassemblies come from. What does matter are the cost implications. A major part of the real cost is the result of uncertainties and assumptions that may or may not prove right. For example, is network access reliable and ubiquitous in the locations from which […]

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The Newview Perspective On Direct Materials

June 14, 2004

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Newview develops software that helps industrial companies connect product development and procurement to drive innovation on a competitive cost basis. We create advantages for companies with significant value trapped in direct materials and their associated network of supply relationships. Significant ROI can be achieved in 90 days through improved management of material specification data and […]

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Software for the High-Resolution Supply Chain

June 14, 2004

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OATSystems, Inc. is the leading provider of EPC software solutions for the High-Resolution Supply Chain™. By capturing, managing, and distributing EPC information, OAT empowers an enterprise – for the first time – to manage and optimize manufacturing and distribution operations based on a high resolution view of product movement within the supply chain. The Problem […]

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EPC-Enabled Enterprise Mobility

June 14, 2004

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Radio frequency identification (RFID) is one of the newest and most promising technologies on the horizon for supply chain applications, holding out the prospect of significant increases in inventory velocity and availability at all stages in the supply chain. Major retailers and end users are quickly moving to adopt the technology. Wal-Mart, Tesco, Metro, Albertsons, […]

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RFID Delivers the Goods

June 14, 2004

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Intel manufacturing pilot shows RFID systems offer substantial business value To learn more about the benefits of radio frequency identification (RFID) systems in a complex semiconductor manufacturing environment, the Intel Technology and Manufacturing Group deployed a high-volume track-andtrace RFID pilot at a Malaysian assembly and test facility. The pilot yielded many valuable findings, showing that […]

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RFID: The Next New Thing

June 14, 2004

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The buzz around radio frequency identification (RFID) as the new hot technology is almost deafening. It’s not uncommon for the computing and information technology community to hype new technology. It happens with regularity, but it’s rare when multiple industry sector leaders and government policy makers join in the fray. And that is clearly the case […]

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