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Sorting Through the ERP, Lean MFG, APS, and MES Clutter - Part 1
Especially in today’s globally competitive and recessionary environment it is imperative that companies further eliminate waste, become leaner, and become

aging schedule example  order throughput out of aging manufacturing assets. They are facing shorter order lead times and increasing product mix while, at the same time, expected to reduce raw material, work-in process (WIP), finished goods inventory, and total manufacturing costs. And, by the way, targets for quality and regulatory compliance aren’t being relaxed.” This verdict was handed out well before we even had an inkling of a looming global financial crisis and recession. While the Tea Party wave and sentiments of Read More
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How to Start Down the ERP Selection Path
A decade ago, about 70 percent of major software initiatives failed, and nearly a quarter were cancelled. Today, with better data management, more flexible

aging schedule example  seeking to upgrade an aging or inadequate ERP system, an emerging business looking at ERP for the first time, a business unit within a larger organization that needs specialized functionality, or anything in-between. Source: BizTech Resources Related to How to Start Down the ERP Selection Path : Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) (Wikipedia) How to Start Down the ERP Selection Path ERP Selection is also known as : ERP System , Enterprise Resource Planning , Material Requirements Planning , Successful Read More
Smaller Vendors Can Still Provide Relevant Business Systems Part Three: Project Oriented Organizations
The unique business needs of project-oriented organizations, when addressed by large ERP vendors that offer general-purpose enterprise software, typically

aging schedule example  financial due dates, and aging dates. It flags critical operations, expedites receipts, rates vendor deliveries, notifies buyers when a purchase order is mailed or acknowledged, updates planners when components are allocated or issued, and alerts customers that products are being shipped. Proper personnel are notified of schedule progress, if payments are due, or milestones are met, prompting immediate action. Interface to C/S Solutions ' wInsight and C/S Glue , the leading applications for creating and Read More
Fast-track ERP Implementation: Advice from the Field
The common perception is that top-tier enterprise software takes years to implement. This is true for more complex solutions. But other applications, when

aging schedule example  on Compass Contractor, an aging system for defense contractors from Western Data Systems, but the divisions were not all on the same database. For its initial implementation, Senior Business Analyst Jay Michael said the company took a slow, conservative approach. We did the implementation in two phases, Michael said. After our first phase, which took eight months, we did a static go-live that October. We had taken in data on customers, suppliers, parts, routes, structures but no transactional Read More
Preparing for Product Development in Process Manufacturing
Combining process industry–oriented product lifecycle management capabilities with process manufacturing–oriented enterprise resource planning ones can help

aging schedule example  (e.g., owing to the aging process or a limited shelf life). In addition, ingredients often come in a variety of grades and specifications, which can impact the properties of the produced goods. This additional inherent variability leads to both product lifecycle management (PLM) and production or supply chain operations challenges. It is the differences in production issues between process and discrete environments, however, that reveal the simplest definition of process manufacturing: once one produces Read More
Top 10 Reasons Why a Metals Company Should Move to a Packaged ERP Software Solution Today
Most metals companies are recognizing that it’s time to consider replacing their aging in-house developed information systems with a commercial enterprise

aging schedule example  to consider replacing their aging in-house developed information systems with a commercial enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution. There are many reasons why these companies should make the move to an industry-specific solution—the first being that the quality of their systems can be the limiting factor for growth in today’s competitive markets. Read More
FRx Poised To Permeate Many More General Ledgers Part One: Executive Summary
FRx Software Corporation, a Microsoft company and a part of Microsoft Business Solutions, might be the best example of Microsoft’s coopetitiveness.

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Winvale to Distribute Socialtext through GSA Schedules
Established in 2002, Socialtext, a Bedford Funding portfolio company (which also owns Peoplefluent), was one of the first companies to deliver social networking

aging schedule example  to Distribute Socialtext through GSA Schedules Established in 2002, Socialtext , a Bedford Funding portfolio company (which also owns Peoplefluent ), was one of the first companies to deliver social networking software to businesses. Socialtext's enterprise social networking products—including microblogging, blogs, wikis, profiles, and social spreadsheets—provide more efficient and simpler ways for employees to share vital information and work together in real-time. Delivered in the cloud or Read More
Enterprise Impact Simulation - Making It Happen
Before c-commerce bad estimates and unintended impacts were issues businesses managed. Cost and schedule overruns and disruptions to the business caused by IT

aging schedule example  Impact Simulation - Making It Happen EIS-enabled IT The demand for Enterprise Impact Simulation (EIS) is driven by collaborative commerce, enabled by IT. Businesses engaged in c-commerce run on Internet time. Change-readiness is the watchword. The predictive capabilities of EIS deliver change-readiness. Two specific predictions are particularly relevant to the demands of c-commerce. The first is the accurate prediction of effort and duration for IT projects. The second is the accurate prediction Read More
The Why of Data Collection
Data collection systems work; however, they require a investment in technology. Before the investment can be justified, we need to understand why a data

aging schedule example  Why of Data Collection Introduction Data collection systems work. However, they mean an investment in technology. Before we can justify that investment, we need to understand why we may want to use a data collection system in place of people with clipboards. What is data collection? In a general sense, it is the manual or automated acquisition of data. That definition has evolved to mean various automated methods of data acquisition. Examples of data collection include time and attendance devices, bar Read More
A Primer on Lean Manufacturing Using Microsoft Dynamics AX: Case Studies
To enable organizations to support lean and traditional manufacturing practices in a single system, Microsoft Dynamics AX has incorporated lean manufacturing

aging schedule example  excerpts from the book Managing Your Supply Chain Using Microsoft Dynamics AX (Hamilton, 2007): Microsoft Dynamics AX 4.0 for Distribution Environments and Microsoft Dynamics AX 4.0 for Manufacturing Environments . Case Study #1: Pull-to-order Environment This first case study illustrates usage of various types of kanban tickets described in the previous part of this series. In this case, the replenishment policies for the end item reflect a pull-to-order (PTO) manufactured kanban, whereas replenishing Read More
The Lexicon of CRM - Part 2: From J to Q
C.R.M. itself is an acronym, standing for Customer Relationship Management. This is part two of a three-part article to provide explanation and meaning for

aging schedule example  the application itself). Lead Aging - A statistic used by marketing and sales professionals to give them an idea of how long leads may be outstanding. It can give the company an idea of how well certain marketing campaigns are working, which types of users to target more successfully in the future, and the like. Lead Qualification - Automation that pre-qualifies leads according to pre-established business rules before they are entered into a system and passed from Marketing to Sales for pursuit of sale. Read More
Infor Releases Advanced Scheduling 5.5
The very first acquisitions by what is today Infor, former SCT Corp.’s process software division in 2002, continue to provide Infor with most competitive

aging schedule example  providing a workbench for managing production activities considered “too small” for Gantt chart interaction. The workbench provides a “drag & drop” interaction so production of smaller durations can be more easily scheduled in a tabular format. This promotes simpler and faster planning for small-duration production activities. Most supply chain management (SCM) systems do not easily handle these kinds of exceptions. This release enables manufacturers to calculate nonproductive time and costs Read More
Justification of ERP Investments Part 1: Quantifiable Benefits from an ERP System
Studies that surveyed manufacturers about the impact of ERP systems on firm performance indicate that company size and industry do not affect the results

aging schedule example  provides practical guidance for managing manufacturing in various environments. Drawing on case studies from Dr. Hamilton's first-hand experience in consulting with more than a thousand firms, it covers common problems and working solutions for how to effectively implement and use ERP systems. The book can be ordered on amazon.com. This excerpt on Justification of ERP Investments is presented in four parts: Quantifiable benefits from an ERP system The intangible effects of ERP Costs of implementing an Read More

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