In this webcast transcript, Joe Barkai, practice director at IDC Manufacturing Insights, presents IDC's vision of a "global plant floor" that standardizes production and supply chains by using integrated ERP, product lifecycle management (PLM), manufacturing execution systems (MES), and other tools to reduce complexity and increase standardization.
In 2011, there was a strong willingness to invest in technology by manufacturing organizations. However, that wasn't the only trend. In this tip guide, uncover the most popular developments in 2011 and how these trends have the potential to carry into 2012.
Download this case study to discover how a company transitioned to a service-oriented organization in a timely and cost-effective manner by implementing HP education, software tools and ITSM services.
Take a look at the concept of a solution-centric business model, where companies provide a combination of products and services designed to meet specific customer needs. Explore best practices that include properly balancing products and services, and aligning activities across sales, service, and marketing.
This case study details how the company wanted a solution that provides flexibility, implementation support, and value and selected the Kronos® Workforce Central® suite. Continue reading to learn how America Woodmark leveraged Kronos to reduce absenteeism, control labor cost, and improve leave compliance.
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Manufacturing ERP systems have been slow to move to the cloud, but an increasing number of manufacturers are feeling more comfortable with the idea of implementing cloud ERP systems. In this expert e-guide, learn the practical lessons you need to follow before implementing a cloud ERP system.