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Executives from leading consumer goods firms unite to discuss and share best practices forcultivating innovation through people, process and technology.

The greeting card and giftware manufacturer transformed the replenishment of store-level inventories from a traditional and manual process into one that has enabled the company to optimize inventory and increase sales by more than 30 percent.

American Greetings implements a single global ERP system to gain access to real-time data and make operations more efficient.

A Special Committee formed by the American Greeting Board of Directors concluded unanimously that a transaction (valued at approximately $878 million) with the Weiss Family was fair and in the best interests of the company's public shareholders.

AMR Research says consumer goods manufacturers, including Procter & Gamble, Anheuser-Busch and Nike, among others, exhibited superior supply chain capabilities and performance for 2008.

With the global workforce and workplace changing, what is needed to ensure the future readiness of an IS/IT organization to enable business success going forward? At the CGT Fall Conference, E.

New solutions are expected to enable Hallmarks marketing team to conduct more automated multi-step campaigns. Looking ahead, the enhancements also position the retail marketer on a trajectory to multiple layers of optimization

CGT Executive Editor Kara Romanow recently had the opportunity to see P&G CEO Lafley speak about his approach to innovation. Read on to find out about key takeaways from his presentation.

After a deadly earthquake hit the Sichuan Province of China on May 12, 2008, many consumer goods companies supported the relief efforts through the Red Cross, which are currently still underway.

Wilton Industries solution creates a demand-driven supply network for consumer goods companies to minimize out-of-stocks.

Faberge and IBM create, an online service that helps bring the unique qualities of a luxury brand to the web.

IBM and Matiq will develop and manage the technology infrastructure needed to enable track and trace solutions for the Norwegian food market.

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