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DEFINITION: Planned obsolescence, also called built-in obsolescence, is the conception, design and production of a product, such as hardware or software , with the intent that it should be useful, functional or popular for a limited length of time. The term was coined in the 1950s by Brooks Stevens who suggested that new and improved products are in constant demand by consumers and that corporations can best respond  … 
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Meet Global Trade Compliance Regulations While Improving Performance and Cost Savings
sponsored by Oracle Corporation UK Ltd
VIDEO: In this short video, medical device company Beckman Coulter's senior IT manager describes how Oracle Global Trade Management enabled the organization to meet global trade compliance regulations while realizing performance gains and cost savings.
Posted: 03 Dec 2014 | Premiered: 24 Feb 2014

Oracle Corporation UK Ltd

How Adopting Social Cloud Technologies Speeds Time to Market and Supplier Collaboration for Manufacturers
sponsored by IBM
WEBCAST: This webcast discusses how cloud-based social collaboration tools can help to streamline key areas of manufacturing companies, freeing up more time to focus on new products and sales.
Posted: 07 Oct 2014 | Premiered: Oct 7, 2014

IBM

What Distinguishes World Class Manufacturing Companies
sponsored by NetSuite
WEBCAST: This webcast discusses the challenges faced by manufacturers and the characteristics that make top enterprises stand out from the pack.
Posted: 14 Dec 2011 | Premiered: Dec 14, 2011

NetSuite

How to Get Lean with Automated Process Discovery - Live demonstration and case study presentation
sponsored by Fujitsu America, Inc.
WEBCAST: The biggest challenge to improving the efficiency of your business processes often lies in knowing how these processes really work in your organization. This webcast will teach you how to visualize and analyze your business processes from historical data, expose process waste and apply lean initiatives to achieve significant value.
Posted: 23 Mar 2010 | Premiered: Mar 23, 2010

Fujitsu America, Inc.

IBM Cognos Online Conference for Retailers and Manufactures
sponsored by IBM
VIRTUAL SEMINAR: This 2-hour complimentary virtual seminar on performance management (PM) takes place on October 21 and continues on November 4th — Join us to learn how PM can help you improve visibility into your manufacturing business so you can reduce costs, speed delivery and efficiency, satisfy customers and create innovative new products.
Posted: 24 Sep 2009 | Premiered: 21 Oct 2009

IBM

Best Practices to Gain Visibility and Control of Your Demand Network
sponsored by E2open
WEBCAST: This Webcast examines new demand network management trends and technologies that will enable multi-enterprise companies to maximize the potential of their demand networks.
Posted: 05 May 2009 | Premiered: May 21, 2009, 12:00 EDT (16:00 GMT)

E2open

Is JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Right for Your Business?
sponsored by Oracle Corporation
WEBCAST: View this Webcast to learn why the new transformation of JD Edwards applications can integrate your manufacturing strategies to improve your competitiveness and overall performance.
Posted: 14 Nov 2008 | Premiered: Dec 3, 2008, 12:00 EST (17:00 GMT)

Oracle Corporation

Reducing the Supply Chain Risk in a Partner Based, Global Manufacturing Environment
sponsored by E2open
WEBCAST: Access this webcast to learn about expanding global environments & enterprises.
Posted: 15 May 2007 | Premiered: May 1, 2007

E2open
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MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY DEFINITION (continued): …  by manufacturing items that don't last very long.In the computer industry, planned obsolescence occurs in a synergistic manner between the hardware and software sectors. New application s and operating system s (OSs) demand more memory , hard disk space, storage capacity and throughput . This demand leads to the development of improved memory technology, increasingly capacious hard drives and storage media and faster microprocessor s. These developments, in turn, are followed by still more sophisticated applications and OSs, driving the cycle to continue. All of this is fueled by the geek 's love … 
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