November 1, 2000




The blurring of party lines

Traditionally, Republicans have been fiscally conservative and preached reducing the size of the federal government and putting the power at the state level. And historically, Democrats favored power at the federal level and more social programs.
But “there’s no clear …

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In Email

November 1, 2000




ABC, 123

Activity-based costing is a potent tool to calculate your direct and indirect costs accurately. In the first of a two-part series, logistics expert Terrance L. Pohlen defines and explains the technique
If you knew that one of the personalized services …

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In Opsandfulfillment_warehouse-20-03-2013, Ship

November 1, 2000




ashford

sophistication abounds throughout this site. The graphics are so crisp, they all but burst with three-dimensional detail. The clarity allows you to see the exact cut of the gemstones and the smallest details of the gold and silver.
The home …

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In News

November 1, 2000




To tax or not to tax

Key bills: who sponsored what Despite a flurry of behind-the-scenes lobbying concerning the moratorium on taxes from sales placed over the Internet, it’s not likely that legislation will pass to alter the moratorium before its scheduled expiration in October 2001 – …

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In Lists & Data - Buisness

November 1, 2000




Weighing the heavyweights

Who’s better for catalogers: Bush or Gore? It’s that time again – time to hit the voting booths, pull the lever, and (hopefully) elect the officials who will benefit you most. This year is particularly noteworthy. Not only is there …

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In News

November 1, 2000




Catalyst Warehouse Management System

Everybody’s getting into the act. We’ve seen all the major catalog management systems become Internet-enabled. Now the warehouse management systems (WMS) are following suit. One of the more interesting of these is the Catalyst Warehouse Management System. With a Web-browser …

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In Opsandfulfillment_warehouse-20-03-2013, Shipping/Delivery

November 1, 2000




New House rules?

As is the case every other year, all 435 House seats are up for reelection. The good news is that the more cataloger-friendly representatives are, in the words of Roll Call, the independent newspaper that covers Capitol Hill, “safe” bets to …

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In News

May 1, 2001




Executive Forum: Integration Is Not a Four-Letter Word

In the mid-1990s, Wall Street rewarded small companies that had a vision to become big companies within fragmented industries, a concept that was often referred to as a company roll-up. The idea was to become the industry leader by …

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In News

May 1, 2001




Maximizing Models

As marketers, we may be tempted to think that technology can solve all of our marketing problems — practically to the point of doing our thinking for us. And considering how sophisticated today’s predictive and descriptive models are, it’s easy to …

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In News

May 1, 2001




CUSTOMER CARE: Getting with the (Loyalty) Program

You know the mantra by now: It costs more to attain a customer than to retain a customer. Clearly, then, nurturing customer loyalty is key to a catalog’s survival. Fortunately, catalogers have myriad ways to do so.
Cathy Halligan, director …

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