This presentation transcript explains how to apply manufacturing operations management (MOM) and business intelligence (BI) to create a real-time, enterprise-wide operational platform.
At the heart of procurement systems is a catalog. Even in environments lacking automation, requisitioners consult a hard copy or customer service reps use a catalog at the other end of a phone line. Getting everyone to use the correct catalog from a preferred vendor at the contracted price will ensure that negotiated savings are actually realized.
A report from IDC Manufacturing Insights states that cloud computing will be the main driver of manufacturing IT productivity in the coming decade - but if you're not already leveraging the cloud, what will the move to cloud computing cost you? Access this expert e-guide for key considerations when migrating to cloud ERP.
This paper presents some pitfalls that should be avoided in order to help you select this application package. If you avoid these pitfalls, you will obtain a package that will work for you for many years to come. Continue reading to learn more about the five pitfalls of application package selection.
How are macro technology trends such as mobile and cloud affecting the manufacturing sector? What implications does the Dodd-Frank Act and an increasing numbers of Millennials in the global workforce have on supply chains? This E-Guide exposes trends to watch out for in 2013 and beyond
In this white paper, you'll find tips and strategies for maintaining an open and flexible IT system that will increase the efficiency of your enterprise. Learn how leveraging design, operate, maintain (DOM) can facilitate an easy transition to an open IT system.
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.