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Evaluating Enterprise Software - Business Process or Feature/Function-Based Approach? All the above, Perhaps?
Owing to learning from the past experiences and to the help of specialized selection service providers, selecting an enterprise package has to a degree, become

product lifecycle management rank for chemical product manufacturing  customer resource management (CRM), product lifecycle management (PLM), enterprise asset management (EAM) and so on. Then, typically, a service should allow you to: Provide a list of commonly found features and functions by department, process, and module, thereby minimizing the aforementioned user reluctance to complete this necessary documentation. Rank the importance of function areas such as financial management, production, and customer service. Select the required lower-level functions and features Read More

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This comprehensive product lifecycle management (PLM) knowledge base models modern product and design-related aspects of PLM for both discrete and process industries. It details product development...
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Lean Manufacturing: A Primer
Lean manufacturing emphasizes the minimization of the amount of all the resources (including time) used in the various activities of the enterprise. The typical

product lifecycle management rank for chemical product manufacturing  associated economies of scale product costing approaches. This is Part One of a multi-part note. For this reason, there has been increased interest in the lean manufacturing support philosophy. To understand this trend, one need look no further than the enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems of the 1990s, which, unfortunately, are cognitive (i.e., sending well-devised plans of mice and men , which, without feedback from the real-world would often go astray ) rather than reflexive in nature. In Read More
Predictive Service Excellence for Printers: An Overview of Remote Service Platforms for Printer and Copier Devices
Networked printers and multifunction peripherals often require a high level of support and manual intervention. Secure remote monitoring platforms reduce device

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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

product lifecycle management rank for chemical product manufacturing  variability leads to both product lifecycle management (PLM) and production or supply chain operations challenges. It is the differences in production issues between process and discrete environments, however, that reveal the simplest definition of process manufacturing: once one produces the finished product, one cannot distill it back to its basic ingredients. Process materials often involve irreversible mixing, blending, heating, melting, and other operations, while the duration, operating conditions, Read More
PeopleSoft Gathers Manufacturing and SCM Wherewithal Part Three: The Manufacturing Industry
Even before the mega merger, PeopleSoft had already set it sights on a bigger manufacturing presence. PeopleSoft’s acquisition of mid-to-large ERP system

product lifecycle management rank for chemical product manufacturing  but the actual relevant product development is still driven by the SCM product pillar under Patrick Quirk. He is one of the other key manufacturing personnel that PeopleSoft has added in the last few years, prior to the J.D Edwards acquisition. The whole move to lean manufacturing has been driven by several people and Craig Conway personally recruited Quirk to drive manufacturing applications development. Quirk is the VP and general manager of PeopleSoft's supply chain management division. He leads the Read More
The Product Portfolio Management Benchmark Report: Achieving Maximum Product Value
Products may fail to meet expectations for many reasons—most of which are self-inflicted wounds (such as unclear product definitions) by the company bringing

product lifecycle management rank for chemical product manufacturing  Product Portfolio Management Benchmark Report: Achieving Maximum Product Value Products may fail to meet expectations for many reasons—most of which are self-inflicted wounds (such as unclear product definitions) by the company bringing them to market. What’s more, politics and inertia all too often win the day when it comes to making difficult product portfolio decisions. What actions can you take to rank among those companies which realize margin advantages of over 50 percent for new products? Read More
ERP for Small and Midsized Companies: Time for a Decision
Until recently, enterprise resource planning (ERP) software was rarely considered for use in smaller firms, as core benefits—better business management via

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Case Study: Manufacturing Time: Nicolet Plastics’ Quick Response Manufacturing Strategy


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Applying an Economic Model to IT Management: Operations Management in the Virtual Data Center
Virtualization systems have been replacing traditional, silo-based IT architectures to consolidate resources and workloads, but virtualization requires resource

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Protect Product Safety: How Manufacturers Can Boost Efficiency and Profitability with a Holistic, Proactive Product Compliance Strategy
Process manufacturers can no longer rely on purely reactive strategies to product safety. Now, reactive strategies such as lot tracking need to be incorporated

product lifecycle management rank for chemical product manufacturing  Product Safety: How Manufacturers Can Boost Efficiency and Profitability with a Holistic, Proactive Product Compliance Strategy Process manufacturers can no longer rely on purely reactive strategies to product safety. Now, reactive strategies such as lot tracking need to be incorporated into holistic strategies that include proactive measures to assess risk and prevent costly quality assurance (QA) events like product recalls. Learn how you can develop a product safety master plan that reduces Read More
Value Proposition for IBM Power Servers And i: Comparing Costs for EnterpriseOne Deployments
It is a challenging time for Oracle EnterpriseOne (E1) users. Organizations must contain IT costs and still meet business demands. In many cases, pressures to

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Growth Solutions for Data Storage: Meeting Needs Now and in the Future for Small Business
For business everywhere, the growth in the Internet has resulted in an enormous challenge to effectively and affordably manage, store, and archive digital files

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Steps for Selecting Business Software Solutions: A How-To Guide for Growing Companies
This workbook is designed to help firms that are in the process of investigating their need for more advanced business management and accounting software

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The Service Equation: 4 Keys for IT to Create Value for the Business
IT organizations struggle with the challenges of shrinking budgets, ever-changing technology, compliance pressures, and more. For greater efficiency, many IT

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Coordinating Outsourced Manufacturing: A Win-win Proposition for Both Sides of Manufacturing Partnerships
Managing the demands of constant change is one of the biggest challenges facing the electronics manufacturing services (EMS) industry today. Collaboration

product lifecycle management rank for chemical product manufacturing  more prepackaged and ubiquitous, product differentiation shifted from a matter of functionality to price-versus-performance, Barnhart says. This resulted in a high degree of product churn as life cycles began to shrink and sales forecasts became increasingly unreliable due to rapid changes in user preferences. As it became harder to predict factory utilization rates, OEMs sought ways to shift their ixed costs to a variable basis, which led to a broader acceptance of outsourcing. This encouraged EMS Read More

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