Impact of the Internet on the Electrical Motor Industries

 

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Impact of the Internet on the Electrical Motor Industries, Executive SummaryE-Distribution Systems in the Electrical Motor Industry: Strategies for a New Era in Supply Chain ManagementE-Distribution Systems in the Electrical Motor Industry: Strategies for a New Era in Supply Chain ManagementScope of the StudyThe Motors Market Is UniqueThe Motors Market Is UniqueLeaders in Market Power-Up with Website PerformanceLeaders in Market Power-Up with Website PerformanceNew Distribution Models: Internet-Enabled Technologies Create A RevolutionDistribution Channel Profitability at a PriceThe E-Distributed Commerce NetworkThe E-Distributed Commerce NetworkThe New Century Distribution 'Inversion Effect'The New Century Distribution 'Inversion Effect'A Dangerous Moment in Motors E-Procurement and DistributionA Dangerous Moment in Motors E-Procurement and DistributionImpact of the Internet on the Electrical Motor Industries, Motors Supply Chain Marketplace: A New E-Distribution EcosystemLeading Motor Enterprises Battle an Expanding Competitive MarketLeading Motor Enterprises Battle an Expanding Competitive MarketProfile of a Motors E-Distribution Industry in FluxProfile of a Motors E-Distribution Industry in FluxBasic Distribution TerminologyBasic Distribution TerminologyDirect Distribution Channel or Direct ChannelIndirect Distribution Channel (Indirect Channel)The Hybrid ChannelDirect Internet ChannelChannel Partners or VARsRethinking the Motors Distribution ModelRethinking the Motors Distribution ModelE-Distribution Reality CheckThe New Competition in E-DistributionManufacturing Internet SpendingBillions in Spending…Billions at StakeReinventing Industrial Distribution ChannelsReinventing Industrial Distribution ChannelsThe New Factory-to-Business (F2B), Business-to-Business (B2B) and Business-to-Consumer (B2C) Distribution Channel FunctionalityThe New Factory-to-Business (F2B), Business-to-Business (B2B) and Business-to-Consumer (B2C) Distribution Channel FunctionalityThe Failure of E-Commerce Enable eF2B Supply Chain StrategiesF2B: The Missing LinkA Distribution Balancing ActA Distribution Balancing ActDefinitive Changes in the Fundamental Electric Motor MarketDefinitive Changes in the Fundamental Electric Motor MarketAdvent of a New 'Smart' Motor MarketMotors Aftermarkets: Ripe for E-Commerce SolutionsMotors Aftermarkets: Ripe for E-Commerce SolutionsVortals: Miracles for Online Motor MarketplacesVortals: Miracles for Online Motor MarketplacesA Revolution in Procurement and DeliveryA Revolution in Procurement and DeliveryTransportation Logistics: Supporting the Motors E-MarketsEnd-to-End Collaboration or C-CommerceUPS Global LogisticsAriba and IBM Join Forces: Introducing Transplace.comManugistics and IBM CollaborateImpact of the Internet on the Electrical Motor Industries, E-Distribution Issues and Strategies: The Challenges of a New CenturyLeveraging Knowledge-Based Systems in Strategic Motor ProcessesLeveraging Knowledge-Based Systems in Strategic Motor ProcessesAutomating a New Knowledge BaseBuilding Upon Motor Knowledge Systems Fundamentals The Future of the Motors Industry On-LineOld Century Brick and New Century "Click"Old Century Brick and New Century "Click"Stakeholders Face ChallengesMajor Challenges: Issues of Supply Chain ReengineeringMajor Challenges: Issues of Supply Chain ReengineeringMajor Drivers: ERP and SCM Create the New E-Distribution RelaityMajor Drivers: ERP and SCM Create the New E-Distribution RelaityBarriers to On-Line Trading Confront Small and Midsized SuppliersBarriers to On-Line Trading Confront Small and Midsized SuppliersKey Problems in Supply Enablement: Suppliers Fight BackKey Problems in Supply Enablement: Suppliers Fight BackTop ERP Companies Evolve E-Distribution SectorSupply Chain Management (SCM) Leaders Drive MarketSupply EnablementDirect Materials for the Manufacturing WorldConclusion: A Universal Motion Expert System ModelConclusion: A Universal Motion Expert System ModelFrost & Sullivan's Market Engineering Motors Industry AwardsFrost & Sullivan's Market Engineering Motors Industry AwardsPurpose of the Frost & Sullivan Market Engineering AwardsThe Year 2000 Market Engineering Leadership AwardsThe Frost & Sullivan Technology Leadership Award for Best Manufacturer’s WebsiteThe Frost & Sullivan Technology Leadership Award for Best Distributor’s WebsiteThe Frost & Sullivan Technology Market Leadership AwardThe Frost & Sullivan Market Visonary AwardImpact of the Internet on the Electrical Motor Industries, The Competitive Web Environment: True Interactivity Key to Market DominanceStrategists Think "Network" Beyond EDIStrategists Think "Network" Beyond EDIA Natural Distributor's NicheCatalogs: A Critical ComponentCatalogs: A Critical ComponentRating Websites of Major Motor CompetitorsRating Websites of Major Motor CompetitorsAssessment Criteria: The Search for Robust Gateway FunctionalityLeading Website ProfilesLeading Electrical Company ProfilesLeading Electrical Company Profiles(Ranked #1) General Electric Company(Ranked #2) Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley: A New Webstore for Drive Systems and Motors(Ranked #3) Siemens Automation & Drives, Siemens AC(Ranked #4) Parker Hannifin Corporation/Compumotor Division(Ranked #5) Yaskawa Electric America, Inc.(YEA)Rating Websites of Major Motor DistributorsRating Websites of Major Motor DistributorsLeading Electrical Distributor ProfilesLeading Electrical Distributor Profiles(Ranked #1) Arrow Electronics, Inc.(Ranked #2) W. W. Grainger, Inc. (Grainger.com)(Ranked #3) Pioneer-Standard Electronics, Inc.(Ranked #4) MicroAge, Inc.(Ranked #5) Avenet, Inc.Profiles of Important Motor Company WebsitesProfiles of Important Motor Company WebsitesKollmorgen Corporation (Web-Rated 5)Kollmorgen Corporation (Web-Rated 5)ABB Lt./Asea Brown Boveri Inc. (Web-Rated 1)ABB Lt./Asea Brown Boveri Inc. (Web-Rated 1)TECO-Westinghouse Motor Company (TWMC) (Web-Rated 3)TECO-Westinghouse Motor Company (TWMC) (Web-Rated 3)Sauer-Danfoss: Global Reach (Web-Rated 2)Sauer-Danfoss: Global Reach (Web-Rated 2)Mabushi Motor Company, Ltd. (Web-Rated 1)Mabushi Motor Company, Ltd. (Web-Rated 1)Mannesmann Rexroth Corporation (Web-Rated 1)Mannesmann Rexroth Corporation (Web-Rated 1)T.B. Wood’s Corporation (Web-Rated 3)T.B. Wood’s Corporation (Web-Rated 3)Toshiba Machine Company, Ltd. (Web-Rated-2)Toshiba Machine Company, Ltd. (Web-Rated-2)Warner Electric (Web-Rating 3)Warner Electric (Web-Rating 3)A.O. Smith Corporation (Web-Rated 2)A.O. Smith Corporation (Web-Rated 2)Invensys plc. (Web-Rated 2)Invensys plc. (Web-Rated 2)Johnson Electric Holdings Limited (Web-Rated 3)Johnson Electric Holdings Limited (Web-Rated 3)Emerson Electric Company (Web-Rated 2)Emerson Electric Company (Web-Rated 2)Baldor Electric Company (Web-Rated 2)Baldor Electric Company (Web-Rated 2)Fugi Electric Company (Web-Rated 2)Fugi Electric Company (Web-Rated 2)Profiles of Noted Motor Distributor’s WebsitesProfiles of Noted Motor Distributor’s WebsitesGraybar Electrical Company, Inc. (Web-Rated 2)Graybar Electrical Company, Inc. (Web-Rated 2)WESCO International, Inc. (Web-Rated 2)WESCO International, Inc. (Web-Rated 2)Consolidated Electrical Distributors, Inc. (Web-Rated 1)Consolidated Electrical Distributors, Inc. (Web-Rated 1)Ingram Micro, Inc. (Web-Rated 1)Ingram Micro, Inc. (Web-Rated 1)Rexel, Inc. (Web-Rated 1)Rexel, Inc. (Web-Rated 1)Cameron & Barkley Company (Web-Rated 1)Cameron & Barkley Company (Web-Rated 1)Applied Industrial Technologies, Inc. (Web-Rated 4)Applied Industrial Technologies, Inc. (Web-Rated 4)All-Phase Electric Supply Company (Web-Rated 2)All-Phase Electric Supply Company (Web-Rated 2)McNaughton-McKay Electric Company (Web-Rated 2)McNaughton-McKay Electric Company (Web-Rated 2)Technical Training OfferingsTechnical Training OfferingsParker HannifinArrowYaskawaGeneral ElectricKollmorgenMcNaughton-McKay Siemens AutomationThink & DoThe Boiling Pot ScenarioThe Boiling Pot ScenarioImpact of the Internet on the Electrical Motor Industries, The Electric Motor and Motion Component Distribution Chain: An Expert Systems ModelThe Need for An Expert SystemThe Need for An Expert SystemStrategy Formulations Toward a Successful ModelStrategy Formulations Toward a Successful ModelDrawbacks to a Level Playing FieldAutomating the Search & Application Engineering ProcessAutomating the Search & Application Engineering ProcessThe CD-ROM CatalogThe Electric Motors and Motion Control Model: Critical Decision PointsThe Electric Motors and Motion Control Model: Critical Decision PointsAsking the Right QuestionsExclusive Distribution AgreementsExclusive Distribution AgreementsThe MRO.Com Business: Solutions for a Fragmented and Inefficient Supply ChainThe MRO.Com Business: Solutions for a Fragmented and Inefficient Supply ChainAggregation of Millions of ProductsConfigurators for Attributes and SpecificationsConclusion: Demand Chain VisibilityConclusion: Demand Chain Visibility




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