Doing Good: Business and the Sustainability Challenge

  • Source: The Economist
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Understanding the nature and scope of the sustainability challenge—as well as the attendant opportunities and risks—is of growing importance to firms around the globe. Companies that don’t get involved in the debate risk hurting their own finances, as well as the environment and social conditions worldwide. Learn more about developing a sustainability policy that balances stakeholder demand with social responsibility.

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Four Reasons Why You Need to Consolidate Your Various ERP Packages

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If your business is running more than a single enterprise resource planning (ERP) software package, you need to consolidate down to one. In this white paper, we’ll provide you with four good reasons for making this move, and how to get around the various organizational barriers to doing so. Read More

Is a New ERP in Your Future? Why Not Now?

If your current enterprise resource planning (ERP) isn't doing the job for you now, it’s not likely going to do so in the future. If you are a manufacturer that is not running your operations on a modern, technology-enabled, fully functional ERP solution, you are probably feeling the pain of inefficiencies and you are not optimizing your business. Read More

Using ERP for Process Manufacturing Quality Management

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Today, process manufacturing executives need to think about more than core batch and recipe management capabilities when considering software solutions like enterprise resource planning (ERP). Due to both regulatory and market factors, quality management and documentation of the quality and content of goods produced is essential. Advancing environmental awareness and the ability to handle recalls both factor into this increased focus on quality.

Customers have high expectations of manufacturers and other suppliers and often focus on good corporate behaviors, especially when it comes to sustainability. Adherence to legislation is of course necessary—but manufacturers who go beyond the required can find this to be a competitive advantage.

As supply chains and distribution patterns become more global, more process manufacturers also need to pay attention to and comply with numerous national and regional regulations.

This white paper outlines how batch process manufacturers can select and use enterprise software with embedded quality management functionality to face these challenges. Read More

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Energizing Utilities for the Economic Stimulus Plan: Strategies for Greater Efficiency and Sustainability

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