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The Five Sure-fire Strategies for Gaining Management Approval for WMS Projects
Despite the consensus that warehouse management systems (WMS) offer many benefits, getting approval for a new system is challenging. You need to get key

case tool dfd  the action. In this case the action is purchasing and implementing a WMS. ROI is often extended to a measurement of payback, which incorporates the time it takes to achieve the ROI. Most WMS projects receive payback within 18 months of implementation, depending on how the system is leveraged within a unique environment. The best practices-based functionality within WMS solutions offers a myriad of benefits that ultimately result in higher efficiency and lower costs—key drivers in ROI. Optimized Read More...
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Case Study: Diebold
Based in Canton, Ohio (US), Diebold provides automatic teller machines (ATMs), security systems, and integrated self-service solutions for the financial and

case tool dfd  Study: Diebold Based in Canton, Ohio (US), Diebold provides automatic teller machines (ATMs), security systems, and integrated self-service solutions for the financial and retail industries. To accelerate technician training and assure regulatory compliance, Diebold integrated a learning management system (LMS) within its Oracle environment. Learn how Diebold’s solution reduced technicians’ speed-to-competency from 18 months to just 4. Read More...
Case Study: UEM


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Case Study: Tampa Tile
Maintaining profitability was a major challenge for Tampa Tile because of the complexities of providing the construction industry with long-lead products, many

case tool dfd  Study: Tampa Tile Maintaining profitability was a major challenge for Tampa Tile because of the complexities of providing the construction industry with long-lead products, many of which are imported from Europe and South America. Its old enterprise resource planning (ERP) system no longer met its needs, so Tampa Tile looked for a new system that offered event management capabilities, in addition to inventory management. Learn more. Read More...
Case Study: SCI


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Case Study: Adkev Inc.
Adkev is a custom molder of thermoplastic injection components. In order to serve its automotive customers, Adkev must meet strict requirements, including

case tool dfd  Study: Adkev Inc. Adkev is a custom molder of thermoplastic injection components. In order to serve its automotive customers, Adkev must meet strict requirements, including processing electronic orders effectively and maintaining control of inventory and production schedules for on-time delivery. Find out why the company’s old enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution couldn’t support these requirements, and how the new system can. Read More...
Case Study: Esselte
Office supplies manufacturer Esselte Corporation was the first company to implement Microsoft® Dynamics AX across four continents. About a third of the way

case tool dfd  Study: Esselte Office supplies manufacturer Esselte Corporation was the first company to implement Microsoft® Dynamics AX across four continents. About a third of the way through the implementation, the company had already begun seeing a high return on investment (ROI). Find out how Esselte and its global implementation partner, Tectura, managed this large-scale and complex, global enterprise resource planning (ERP) project. Read More...
Case Study: Hirotec
Hirotec has been supplying and caring for the assets of some of Australia’s biggest industries for more than 30 years. In 2003, Hirotec was on a strong growth

case tool dfd  Study: Hirotec Hirotec has been supplying and caring for the assets of some of Australia’s biggest industries for more than 30 years. In 2003, Hirotec was on a strong growth trajectory and realized its IT system couldn’t support its expansion—but that deploying an enterprise resource planning (ERP) system across the company would require staff buy-in. Now, with PRONTO-Xi, Hirotec has reduced invoice cycle time by 20 percent. Learn more. Read More...
Case Study: ByTec
Bytec, Inc., a supplier of electronic and mechanical assemblies for the automotive sector, needed a system to allow original equipment manufacturer (OEM

case tool dfd  Study: ByTec Bytec, Inc., a supplier of electronic and mechanical assemblies for the automotive sector, needed a system to allow original equipment manufacturer (OEM) customers to trace a particularly complex part. Learn how ByTec chose a solution that provided each part with a unique identity, complete with full traceability through the entire manufacturing process, enabling OEMs to identify faults, and avoid warranty costs. Read More...
Case Study: Funtastic
Funtastic, the largest toy distributor in Australia, attributes its success to strong retail relationships and understanding the infrastructure needed to

case tool dfd  Study: Funtastic Funtastic, the largest toy distributor in Australia, attributes its success to strong retail relationships and understanding the infrastructure needed to service these customers. High customer expectations, a large product range, and the fast-moving nature of the business mean that Funtastic must have complete real-time stock visibility. Find out about the warehouse and order management solution Funtastic uses. Read More...
Case Study: Bollé
Bollé, a midsized distributor of sunglasses and other products to the Australian and New Zealand markets, sources both locally and from overseas. Inefficiencies

case tool dfd  Study: Bollé Bollé, a midsized distributor of sunglasses and other products to the Australian and New Zealand markets, sources both locally and from overseas. Inefficiencies resulting from a lack of integration between finance and inventory—and non-existent system security—forced Bollé to review its systems. After implementing PRONTO-Xi, the company achieves better than 99.5 percent order dispatch accuracy. Discover more benefits. Read More...
Case Study: Brydens
Brydens, an importer and distributor based in San Juan (Trinidad), needed a way to integrate the operational and functional aspects of the business, as well as

case tool dfd  Study: Brydens Brydens, an importer and distributor based in San Juan (Trinidad), needed a way to integrate the operational and functional aspects of the business, as well as turn raw data into useful information for better decision making. With a new warehouse management system (WMS), Brydens benefits from tracking and order fulfillment capabilities, for better inventory management. Discover the other benefits of the WMS solution. Read More...
Case Study: Invacare
Invacare sells made-to-order (MTO) home medical equipment in 20 European countries. To shorten the product launch cycle, optimize the order process, and

case tool dfd  supply chain integration Invacare Case Study Invacare Corporation is the world's leading manufacturer of home medical equipment, manufacturing a wide range of products including power and manual wheelchairs, walkers, home oxygen systems and home care bed systems. A US based multinational, Invacare has 7,000 employees worldwide with some 1,800 located throughout Europe. Within Europe, Invacare has 7 research centers, 11 factories and sales representatives in 20 countries, generating &8364;450 million in Read More...
CTSI Case Study: Molex


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Case Study: Wilson Tool International
Wilson Tool recognized the need to develop its online presence. The company’s customers increasingly expected to be able to access information about products

case tool dfd  Study: Wilson Tool International Wilson Tool recognized the need to develop its online presence. The company’s customers increasingly expected to be able to access information about products, execute order transactions, and view order status at any time—even after business hours—to support its own operations. Learn how the company’s new customer relationship management (CRM) solution helped Wilson ensure its customers’ success. Read More...

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