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Critical Components of an E-PLM System
E-business has prompted a lot of vendors to move towards creating electronic product lifecycle management (e-PLM) suites. However, enterprise resource planning

aircraft component mro scm  operating (MRO) activities on aircraft are regularly scheduled and can take place in facilities around the world. Global access to all the product information required to maintain these products is valuable. Component parts supporting these products are often revised. The as-maintained configuration is updated as part of the revision approval workflow process and available immediately upon release. For example, several PLM vendors support the tracing of part serial numbers critical to meeting regulatory

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Resilient Enterprise Solutions Vendor Displays Sociability and Pragmatic Product Development


During its stabilization phase IFS product development has brought about pragmatic developments, including its latest release, IFS Applications 7. The vendor has also been surging forward by harnessing new partnerships, including turning high-profile customers into developers and subsequent resellers

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Able Aerospace Services Selects Ramco Aviation Software


Able Aerospace Services, an aviation component maintenance, repair, and overhaul (MRO) and component parts manufacturer based in Phoenix, Arizona, recently selected Ramco Aviation Software to build its MRO ecosystem. With over 350 users, Ramco will become Able’s enterprise resource planning (ERP) system of record, including MRO, supply chain management (SCM), engineering and programs, finance, and accounting software solutions.

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EAM versus CMMS: What's Right for Your Company? Part Three: Analysis of IFS and Intentia


Having traditionally done implementations via their product delivery organization, IFS and Intentia also have long exhibited a focus on product quality and customer satisfaction, which manifests into a lasting relationship with each client. However like other enterprise resource planning (ERP) and supply chain management (SCM) software vendors, Intentia and IFS need to string together several quarters of profitability to restore consumer confidence and long-term stability.

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IFS Glows Amidst The Mid-Market Gloom


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Rising Elephant Creates Euphoria: India's Growing Markets Are a Boon for SCM Vendors


The nature of the organized retailing market in India may present challenges for software providers, but the opportunity to tap into and benefit from this market's huge (and growing) potential can yield sizable returns for supply chain management software vendors.

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IBS-Slow but Steady (and Demand-Driven) May Win the SCM Race


IBS, a conservative Swedish enterprise resource planning and supply chain management, seems to be making right moves to remain the leader within its selected segments. However, the road to becoming uniformly globally recognized player will not be smooth.

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SmartOps Steps Out in to the Cloud SCM


SmartOps Corporation is a quiet provider of supply chain planning (SCP) solutions that right-size inventory and capture more sales (by way of managing demand) for global enterprises that compete in complexity and uncertainty of their global supply chains. Deploying SmartOps’ solutions has dramatically improved supply chain performance at more than 50 Fortune 1000 and global 2000 companies in

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ERP and SCM Implementations Part Two: Interfaces and Priorities


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IBM & ILOG Matrimony: Good for BPM, Uncertain for SCM? -- Part 3


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