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E2open Case Study - Radisys: Confidence in Customer Commits


December 17, 2013

Radisys faced multiple challenges to ensure orders are fulfilled in a timely manner while minimizing inventory costs.

By partnering with E2open, Radisys was able to optimize profitability through better planning and scenario analysis.

Download this free case study and learn how Radisys was able to automate most of its supply chain within six months, which provided visibility into its manufacturers and helped it to achieve better price and margin information.

More importantly, Radisys can now make better decisions to optimize profitability based on simulations. As a result, it was able to address its global supply chain challenges and enable accelerated response to its customers - and commit with confidence.

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