The High Costs of Non-compliance for Manufacturers

What manufacturers must realize is that through efforts to comply with regulatory standards, they can make their manufacturing operations more competitive. Indeed, compliance is transforming the companies that have taken the time to re-architect the many processes used for managing suppliers, channel partners, resellers, and customers. For manufacturers that ignore compliance, on the other hand, the costs can be steep.

Featured Software Research:

Must-have ERP Features for the Automotive Industry

This paper summarizes the benefits an enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution provides to the entire manufacturing process, "from shop floor to top floor." Included are key features in a software as a service (SaaS) solution to help an auto manufacturer optimize performance throughout the enterprise. Read More

Manufacturing Agility through MES Excellence

Manufacturing agility is increasingly important in today's world of fluctuating demand, short product cycles, and constant change. Successful manufacturers embrace change as an opportunity to proactively outmaneuver the competition and gain market share. Read about this kind of agility and the ability to change while controlling costs and quality. Read More

You may also be interested in these related documents:

Ensuring Enterprise-wide Compliance

  • Source: Infor
  • Written By:
  • Published:
Complying with the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), the Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA), and other labor laws and regulations is a major challenge for employers. At the same time, non-compliance with these government regulations is becoming increasingly costly. Learn about solutions that are helping the world’s largest companies to effectively plan, deploy, and manage their workforces to achieve compliance objectives. Read More

Mid-market CFO Benchmark Survey: The Changing Face of Sales and Use Tax Compliance

When it comes to transaction tax management, midsized companies haven’t much choice. They can either stay the course—increasingly complex and risky—or they can change direction and embrace outsourcing as a way to achieve compliance. Per this survey, only 14 percent are satisfied with their present course. As a viable outsource offering for mid-market tax compliance now exists, such a shift seems inevitable. Learn more. Read More
 
comments powered by Disqus