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Real-time Shop Floor Integration, Simplified (with ERP)
As a demand-driven manufacturer, you know how crucial up-to-date information is. But when shop floor data is collected with pen and paper, then transferred

shop equipment plans  between ERP software and shop floor equipment with solutions like our wireless RealTime Machine Monitoring which automatically delivers critical production data to the ERP system. Source: IQMS Resources Related to Real-time Shop Floor Integration : Shop floor (Wikipedia) ERP (Wikipedia) Real-time Shop Floor Integration, Simplified (with ERP) Shop Floor is also known as : Shop Floor Project , Shop Floor Control , Shop Floor Solutions , Shop Floor Manufacturing , Shop Floor Control Program , Shop Floor Read More...
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Business performance management (BPM) enables organizations to translate strategies into plans, monitor execution, and provide insight needed to manage and improve financial and operational perf...
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Compaq to Open Tru64 Unix?
In what may be an attempt to cash in on the open source OS game, Compaq is hinting it may open some parts of the source code for its Tru64 Unix operating system

shop equipment plans  of as a Unix shop. Developers and ISVs should be a little cautious with respect to taking on a big new Tru64 development project on the basis of partial source release. Although Tru64 is high quality, if the sales volumes are not there, it may be difficult to justify the expenditure (i.e., development, not source, expenditure). Read More...
Front-office Lean-Taking Lean Manufacturing Beyond the Shop Floor
Lean manufacturing practices are employed to some degree on almost every manufacturing floor, but many companies aren't realizing the real benefits of lean by

shop equipment plans  in the manufacturing process, shop floor lean involves identifying concrete steps that can be followed to eliminate waste and increase efficiency. Oftentimes, equipment and materials can be moved to shorten cycle times. Maintaining better controls on inventory to avoid excess as well as product delivery delays, and using visual cues and processes to error-proof processes are two other ways of implementing a lean philosophy. Front-office lean is more challenging, however, because much of the work and Read More...
Epicor Software Corp.: How Far From Being 'One-Stop' Shop?
Epicor Software has been striving to complete its evolution from a vendor of financial accounting software to a provider of holistic business performance

shop equipment plans  engineer-to-order (ETO) and job shop manufacturers, Vista - a Windows-based desktop business management system specifically designed for the needs of small job shops and make-to-order (MTO) departments of larger enterprises, and Impresa - an ERP system specifically designed to manage the unique business requirements of Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul (MRO) organizations In February 2000, Epicor announced 'e by Epicor', its next generation flagship e-business product suite for the mid-market. It is Read More...
PeopleSoft Takes Aim at Foods Industry
PeopleSoft and Bradley Ward will integrate their products in an alliance aimed at the food processing industry. The completed solution will let companies' link

shop equipment plans  be refreshed with new shop floor level data. There are at least two major obstacles to surmount in sharing data between the shop floor and management level in a meaningful way. The first concerns proper time synchronization. Though plant floor measurement devices, such as tank level gauges and pressure sensors, usually produce continuous readings, it is rarely practical to pipe this information directly to planning systems. ERP systems cannot create plans instantaneously, relying instead on batch Read More...
Discrete Manufacturing-Industrial Equipment Manufacturing (based on Dynamics AX)
Special industry machinery manufacturing is considered one of the most demanding segments of discrete manufacturing, in part because every machine you

shop equipment plans  Manufacturing-Industrial Equipment Manufacturing (based on Dynamics AX) Special industry machinery manufacturing is considered one of the most demanding segments of discrete manufacturing, in part because every machine you produce may be unique. Compared to standard production environments, manufacturing processes are complex. Your company faces challenges that include concurrent engineering and changes that must be addressed during the construction process. Microsoft Dynamics AX for Special & Larg Read More...
Pre-testing Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity Plans: The Network Simulation Solution
Effective IT disaster recovery (DR) and planning is essential for every business. However, IT environments have become so complex that safeguarding the business

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Power and Cooling Capacity Management for Data Centers
High-density IT equipment stresses the power density capability of modern data centers. Installation and unmanaged proliferation of this equipment can lead to

shop equipment plans  and Cooling Capacity Management for Data Centers High-density IT equipment stresses the power density capability of modern data centers. Installation and unmanaged proliferation of this equipment can lead to unexpected problems with power and cooling infrastructure. Find out how to measure and predict power and cooling capacity and the rack enclosure level, to ensure predictable performance and prevent problems such as overheating, overloads, and loss of redundancy. Read More...
Computerized Maintenance Management Systems: A Tutorial Part Two: Benefits and Interfaces
A CMMS is an excellent business opportunity whose implementation can significantly improve operations, reduce equipment downtime, increase accountability of the

shop equipment plans  Maintenance Management Systems: A Tutorial Part Two: Benefits and Interfaces Benefits A CMMS (computerized maintenance management system) can be one of the easier pieces of software to cost justify. This is not to say that every company should have one. Rather, the benefits are real and tangible; savings that you can take to the bank. You should analyze current maintenance practices, determine percentage of downtime, calculate yield loss, and loss revenue. Even if this information paints a Read More...
HIPAA Compliance and the eSureIT Online Backup Service
The US Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) of 1996 applies to health care providers, health plans, and clearing houses that

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Tiers for Fears
For many organizations, IT is split between two groups. The data center facility is provided and managed by facilities management, while the IT equipment within

shop equipment plans  for Fears For many organizations, IT is split between two groups. The data center facility is provided and managed by facilities management, while the IT equipment within the facility is provisioned and managed by the IT department. This can lead to problems—and an outsourced solution can allow a business to concentrate on its strategy, rather than on “keeping the lights on.” This white paper discusses the importance of a holistic approach between a data center facility and the equipment within Read More...
Overall Equipment Effectiveness: Monitor and Improve the Effectiveness of Your Manufacturing Processes
Manufacturers looking to optimize production processes are turning to overall equipment effectiveness (OEE) measurement and analysis in order to reduce lost

shop equipment plans  Equipment Effectiveness: Monitor and Improve the Effectiveness of Your Manufacturing Processes Manufacturers looking to optimize production processes are turning to overall equipment effectiveness (OEE) measurement and analysis in order to reduce lost production time and improve performance. OEE sheds light on the percentage of production time that is truly productive, using the latest advances in sophisticated measurement and analysis tools. Discover how OEE can help you increase efficiency and Read More...
Full Automation through ERP Helps Streamline Manufacturing Operations
For job shop manufacturers, managing several different software systems to perform the various necessary tasks important to a business is no longer a viable

shop equipment plans  Manufacturing Operations For job shop manufacturers, managing several different software systems to perform the various necessary tasks important to a business is no longer a viable option. Learn why a business system that integrates business process workflow, inventory, customer service, quoting, invoicing, accounting, and analytics, and that can expand onto the Internet, all using one software system, is crucial in today’s competitive market. Read More...
TEC Industry Watch: Enterprise Software News for the Week of August 20, 2012
SOFTWARE SELECTIONS and GO-LIVESAgricultural equipment manufacturer selects Abas ERPIndustry tags: manufacturing“Canadian company Cadman Power Equipment Ltd.,

shop equipment plans  Industry Watch: Enterprise Software News for the Week of August 20, 2012 SOFTWARE SELECTIONS and GO-LIVES Agricultural equipment manufacturer selects Abas ERP Industry tags: manufacturing “Canadian company Cadman Power Equipment Ltd., a manufacturer of special agricultural machinery and irrigation equipment has conducted an ERP selection project, and ERP from abas Business Software emerges the winner of this competition. The company was looking for a system as a single ERP package, without having to Read More...
E = Excellent Value in the ETO Landscape: How Global Shop Solutions Excels for ETO Industry Challenges
The needs of the changing business, economic, and technology landscapes have given organizations that manufacture precision and complex products an added

shop equipment plans  ETO Landscape: How Global Shop Solutions Excels for ETO Industry Challenges The needs of the changing business, economic, and technology landscapes have given organizations that manufacture precision and complex products an added incentive to see how they can manage to contain rising costs, and stay competitive against global competition and market volatility. The findings were quite unlike those experienced by tradiditional discrete manufacturers, since discrete manufacturers do not deal with the same Read More...

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