Manufacturing produces a huge amount of data, with everything from inventory spreadsheets to machine maintenance logs being constantly updated. Unfortunately, the sheer volume of data often keeps business from embracing crucial digital transformation processes. Watch this video to learn how Tibco can help you unlock the power of your data.
Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn have taken social media by storm, but widespread adoption of social networking systems in manufacturing has not taken off. In this guide, learn best practices for implementing social media software and highlights of the business benefits provided.
This resource explores the key trends shaping the consumer products sector, and details how you can use smart inventory optimization tools to drive critical savings across the entire supply chain. See if these tools can solve your manufacturing troubles by reading on now.
The current economic environment challenges manufacturers seeking to capitalize on their enterprise resource planning (ERP) software: How can a company increase ERP functionality while reducing operating costs and even head counts? To achieve this difficult balance, many manufacturers have turned to on-demand ERP-support services.
In regards to Enterprise Resource Planning, customer-supplier relationships are more important for small-to-medium manufacturers than large ones, because small-to-medium manufacturers tend to have few IT resources, and rely more on the software supplier.
Seeking better supply chain management, the CIO of a manufacturing company found his answer in an unusual place - Software as a Service (SaaS) enterprise resource planning (ERP). In this case study, learn how a SaaS ERP system enabled this manufacturer to save costs, share hardware and software with other customers, and satisfy security needs.
Access this e-guide to discover what sets cloud/SaaS ERP apart from traditional, on-premise ERP deployments. Also learn about manufacturers who have successfully embraced the cloud for their ERP needs, and the special considerations process manufacturers should have before adopting ERP software.
In order for IC Intracom to gain an enterprise-wide view of business data, the organization needed to replace its aging ERP solutions. Working with IBM Global Business Services, IC Intracom implemented the IBM Express Wholesale Distribution Solution, a qualified SAP All-in-One partner solution, hosted by IBM Applications on Demand.