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Managing Business Risk in Industrial Equipment and Supply
Industrial equipment manufacturers and maintenance, repair, and operations (MRO) distributors can’t afford to miss bidding deadlines, delivery dates, product

industrial waste disposal  Those most affected are industrial suppliers and sub-assembly manufacturers. The directives include the 2005 Waste Electrical & Electronics Equipment (WEEE) law, which puts responsibility for equipment disposal on the manufacturers, and the Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) . RoHS went into affect in 2006 and restricts the use of six hazardous materials in products produced and sold in the EU. Other countries are following suit, including China, South Korea and Japan (see Figure 7). In the US, Read More...
ERP System for Industrial Machinery Manufacturing
A U.S.-based manufacturer of industrial machinery turned to TEC for help selecting an enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution.
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High-tech and electronics, chemical, and oil and gas industries each have their fair share of regulatory requirements to meet, and an increasing number include

industrial waste disposal  Security of Radioactive Sources. Industrial hygiene and safety management, so as to support a safe work environment, whereby companies can identify, control, and eliminate work hazards. Such solutions must enable compliance with regulations such as the International Labor Organization (ILO) Safe Work Agenda 21, Chapter 19, Programme B. Occupational health, so as to ensure the health of workers, protect personal data, and meet legal requirements, whereby enterprises can effectively comply with regulations Read More...
Selecting Manufacturing ERP for ISO 26000 Compliance
ISO 26000 spells out best practices for corporate social responsibility (CSR). Are your enterprise systems, including ERP, capable of documenting CSR best

industrial waste disposal  in stand-alone fashion—forcing an industrial company to realize significant and perhaps unsustainable costs not only from the software licensing but systems integration and/or duplicate administrative effort resulting from maintaining information in two separate systems. Ideally, an ERP package should support ISO 26000 by providing, within the ERP suite itself, a configurable tool for capturing data on the entire spectrum of environmental impacts. This would allow, for instance, a company doing substant Read More...
Preparing for Product Development in Process Manufacturing
Combining process industry–oriented product lifecycle management capabilities with process manufacturing–oriented enterprise resource planning ones can help

industrial waste disposal  which parallels a general industrial trend toward better management of global regulatory requirements and environmental impact (see Atrion User Conference Highlights Need for Regulatory Compliance in PLM ). This is because process manufacturers face different regulatory requirements than their discrete counterparts, which places additional demands on their software. The problem is in addressing compliance in a cost-effective manner. All of the benefits of PLM (including faster introduction of products to Read More...
How a Leading Vendor Embraces Governance, Risk Management, and Compliance
SAP AG has long committed to placing compliance at the core of its product suite, as the vendor has recognized the growing role of enterprise systems in

industrial waste disposal  the full range of industrial hygiene and safety processes, and centrally manages core tasks such as risk assessments, exposure logs, incident management, exposure profiles, and safety management of specific work areas. Given that there are so many bases to be covered, a composite application like SAP xApp Emissions Management (or SAP xApp xEM , provided jointly by SAP and TechniData) is typically required to provide the capabilities enterprises need to handle the following: Emissions management—by Read More...
Achieving Business Process Improvements: Strategies for Industrial Machinery
One of the unforeseen ramifications of the competition among software suppliers for market leadership in the high volume automotive and electronics industries

industrial waste disposal  Process Improvements: Strategies for Industrial Machinery One of the unforeseen ramifications of the competition among software suppliers for market leadership in the high volume automotive and electronics industries has been a lack of attention to the industrial and commercial machinery manufacturing sector. Read More...
ERP for Mill-based and Material Converting Environments Software Evaluation Report
The ERP for Mill-based and Material Converting Environments Software Evaluation Report focuses on a range of industrial activities that add value to raw

industrial waste disposal  on a range of industrial activities that add value to raw materials by processing them into a form suitable for further manufacturing or for immediate end-use. These activities include traditional mills that turn grain into flour or extract sucrose from sugar cane; the spinning and weaving mills of the textiles and carpets sectors; the rolling plants of steel, aluminum, and other metals semi-fabricators; to the continuous outputs of paper and board mills. Read More...
B&G Machine Selects abas ERP
B&G Machine, a provider of diesel engine rebuilding and industrial component machining, and a sister company of HE Parts, has selected abas USA as its

industrial waste disposal  diesel engine rebuilding and industrial component machining, and a sister company of HE Parts, has selected abas USA as its enterprise resource planning (ERP) provider. B&G Machine services customers in mining, marine, oil, gas and other power generation industries around the world.   With abas ERP , which reportedly prevailed over Microsoft Dynamics NAV and Epicor ERP , B&G Machine expects to be able to run its business from one system to improve visibility, track work in progress (WIP), improve Read More...
ERP for Services (Non-manufacturing)
A multinational consulting company specializing in industrial automation turned to TEC for help selecting an enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution to

industrial waste disposal  consulting company specializing in industrial automation turned to TEC for help selecting an enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution to replace its legacy system—a patchwork of point solutions. Read More...
Utilities
Water, electricity, waste management@all sectors of the utilities industry have been experiencing major changes in recent years. Challenges for the utilities

industrial waste disposal  Water, electricity, waste management—all sectors of the utilities industry have been experiencing major changes in recent years. Challenges for the utilities industry arise from many sources, including the need to comply with new regulations, meet consumption demands because of global population growth, and others. To help overcome these challenges, companies in the utilities industry must update their software tools and acquire the ones that best suit their needs. Read More...
SAP Customer Success Story: Industrial Machinery and Components
Universal Instruments Corporation, a leading capital equipment manufacturer, needed a flexible business solution to meet the challenges of globalization, and

industrial waste disposal  Customer Success Story: Industrial Machinery and Components SAP Customer Success Story: Industrial Machinery and Components If you receive errors when attempting to view this white paper, please install the latest version of Adobe Reader. SAP for Industrial Machinery & Components (SAP for IM&C) is a comprehensive set of solutions designed to integrate and streamline your enterprise, increase competitive advantage, and reduce costs. Source : SAP Resources Related to SAP Customer Success Story: Read More...
ERP Software Selection Case Study: Titan Flow Control Finds a Logical ERP Partner in TGI
Titan Flow Control, Inc. manufactures check and butterfly valves, pipeline strainers, pump products, fabricated designs, and accessories for industrial and

industrial waste disposal  designs, and accessories for industrial and commercial use. In 2008, Titan launched an enterprise resource planning (ERP) selection process to find a system that would meet its requirements for growth. Download this case study to learn about the benefits Titan experienced after selecting TGI's Enterprise 21 ERP software. Read More...
Invensys
Invensys is a global technology company that works in partnership with a broad range of industrial and commercial customers to design and supply advanced

industrial waste disposal  a broad range of industrial and commercial customers to design and supply advanced technologies that optimise their operational performance and profitability. From oil refineries and power stations to mining companies and appliance manufacturers, our market-leading software, systems and controls enable our customers to monitor, control and automate their products and processes, thereby maximising safety, efficiency, reliability and ease of use. Read More...
Exactus Impulso
EXACTUS Impulso is a fully integrated enterprise resource management (ERP) system that covers four main areas: finance, business, industrial, and human

industrial waste disposal  main areas: finance, business, industrial, and human resources (HR). Other tools and integrated solutions incorporated into EXACTUS Impulso include EXACTUS customer relationship management (CRM); invoicing, mobile warehouse management, and mobile fixed assets, which are supported by mobile devices like Pocket PC; business intelligence tools; and point of sale (POS). Read More...
How to Use Technology to Support the Lean Enterprise: Achieving Profitable Growth through Lean
Many competitive businesses are implementing “lean” initiatives to expose and attack waste and setting goals for continuous improvement through Six Sigma

industrial waste disposal  to Use Technology to Support the Lean Enterprise: Achieving Profitable Growth through Lean Many competitive businesses are implementing “lean” initiatives to expose and attack waste and setting goals for continuous improvement through Six Sigma principles. Consensus is growing that technology is key for successful lean initiatives. This white paper defines addresses the impact lean initiatives have on profitability and considers the role of information technology (IT) in enabling lean initiatives. Read More...

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