Executive Resources

Barcoding 101 for Manufacturers: What You Need to Know to Get Started

Source: Plex Systems
For manufacturers, barcoding carries with it numerous benefits, including increased accuracy, efficiency, and traceability, along with easier adherence to customer or regulatory requirements. Discover how implementing barcoding as part of an integrated software-as-a-service (SaaS) solution can help manufacturing companies of all sizes, and in many different industries, improve operations and business performance.



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Changing the Game in Industrial Distribution

A new generation of industrial distributors is defying convention. Rather than buying into the traditional rule book—scaling back investments during challenging economic times—innovative distributors see the upside. Leveraging technology and innovative approaches, a new generation of management is writing new rules for the sector, extending their business models to gain market share. This white paper looks at the trends that are impacting the industrial distribution sector and the strategies they are employing for growth.

The Unified Manufacturing Environment: Transparency, Collaboration, and Decision-Making with End-to-End ERP

Top performing manufacturers are 2.2 times as likely to implement an enterprise resource planning (ERP) package that contains the functionality that was previously provided by multiple, disparate systems in one package. This enables capabilities including improved collaboration, agile decision-making, efficiency, and quality while improving ERP return on investment. How can your organization benefit from a solution like this?

This report identifies both the similar and different benefits of an end-to-end ERP package for process and discrete manufacturers.

The Ultimate Manufacturing ERP Glossary

The ERP universe is filled with buzzwords, made-up vendor terms and acronyms. BPM, CoC, MES, M2M, OEE, PPV ... the list is extensive. Even worse, the frequently evolving terms often create more questions than answers. Empower yourself with this guide to the most common manufacturing ERP terms and acronyms to help you make more informed decisions about your future ERP solution. This glossary will help you identify and define common terms for features, applications, tools, and modules typically found in a comprehensive ERP solution.

Three Rules For Managing Your Manufacturing Data

Thanks to the Internet of Things (IoT), every work center, device, and piece of equipment in your manufacturing facility has the potential to collect information. This recent ability to leverage volumes of data is creating waves of change within the manufacturing industry.

A big data initiative in your manufacturing facility can greatly assist your organization. But the increase of information does not come without challenges. When embarking on a big data initiative, read this white paper to learn three rules to follow to make the most of your newly acquired information.

Focus on Production: How to Bring the Last 10 Percent of Production Efficiency to the Production Line

With increasing opportunities for increased sales you may be looking to invest in new capital machines and production lines. Before making that investment—which you will then have to keep on the books for years to come and be saddled with the increased break even—take a look at some options that could give you the increased production capabilities without the increased investment.

Read this white paper to see if this approach fits your business.