Case Study: A Cotton Yarn Manufacturing Company

Featured Software Research:

Case Study: Pandora

Pandora is an Internet radio service that needed an agile, sustainable platform for future growth. So Pandora moved its entire IT infrastructure to the cloud, and using FinancialForce accounting and human capital management (HCM) solutions, the company achieved dramatic results. Read More

Case Study: The Spitfire Group

The Spitfire Group is a business-focused technology consulting firm. Spitfire was initially looking for an applicant tracking system (ATS) that could work for a small, but growing company. Learn how Spitfire benefited from a human capital management (HCM) solution that provides recruitment and talent management, along with core human resources (HR) functionality. Read More

Case Study: Presbyterian Health

The database system at Presbyterian Health Plan was becoming increasingly expensive and unwieldy. Find out how its database system overhaul enabled agile data management and eliminated redundant infrastructure. Read More

You may also be interested in these related documents:

Case Study: Astronics Advanced Electronic Systems

Astronics Advanced Electronic Systems was having problems with its product development processes. The company’s home-grown system of Windows folders, Excel files, and Access databases was causing data inconsistencies that led to costly rework. Learn how Astronics chose a product lifecycle management (PLM) solution that eliminated data inconsistencies, streamlined communication, and helped save the company time and money. Read More

Case Study: Grand Rapids Spring & Stamping

A supplier to the automotive industry, Grand Rapids Spring & Stamping (GRS&S) implemented an innovative continuous improvement program. The goal: to make incremental improvements in quality, cost, delivery, safety, and morale. With over 8,000 employee-generated ideas now implemented, the company has saved over $1.2 million. Learn how improvements in GRS&S’s manufacturing processes reduce waste and improve the bottom line. Read More
 
comments powered by Disqus