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Pull vs Push: a Discussion of Lean, JIT, Flow, and Traditional MRP Part 1: Tutorial
Flow manufacturing leverages techniques to help manufacturers create any product on any given day, in any given quantity including the

companies flow chart  be increasingly requesting them. Companies such as John Costanza Institute of Technology ( JCIT ) have been the pioneering source of the philosophies and techniques behind flow manufacturing, which replaces shop-floor silos, such as machines grouped by their function, and traditional scheduling and forecasting with process or product family-based production lines (often referred to as cells) designed to fill orders based on actual daily demand. The idea is to be flexible enough as to keep Read More...
Discrete Manufacturing (ERP)
The simplified definition of enterprise resource planning (ERP) software is a set of applications that automate finance and human resources departments and help manufacturers handle jobs such as or...
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Demand Planning: Optimizing Operations across the Supply Chain
Demand planning applications can help manufacturers establish baseline sales forecasts and perform analysis to improve resource usage. They can also help

companies flow chart  initiative. In the meantime, companies looking to collaborate regarding supply-chain needs and demand forecasts generally do so on a customized, one-on-one basis. One technology that is proving a boon to demand planning is the Web portal. Many progressive manufacturers and distributors are using portals to link their dealer and retailer networks for both product ordering and sales forecasting. For example, Fleetwood Enterprises, a leading maker of recreational vehicles and manufactured housing, is using Read More...
TIE Catalog Manager
TIE Catalog Manager offers a set of implementation services that enable companies to organize, prepare, and manage item information for use with the UCCnet

companies flow chart  implementation services that enable companies to organize, prepare, and manage item information for use with the UCCnet registry, its members and trading partners throughout the global retail supply and demand chain. Read More...
Are You Ready for Enterprise Feedback Management?
Enterprise feedback management (EFM) is the process of systematically collecting, analyzing, consolidating, and using all sources of feedback to improve your

companies flow chart  impaired. For example, many companies collect customer feedback using point-of-sale surveys or comment cards, others perform internal quality checks, or use third-party mystery shoppers to measure performance – yet these different types of feedback are never consolidated and presented back to the unit manager for follow-up and customer recovery. But this is only the tip of the iceberg. What about customers who have a problem, but have not been proactively offered a survey? Think of the many ways such a Read More...
Managing Transaction Tax Audit Risk: How to Protect Precious Cash Flow by Proactively Addressing Audits
Even in the best economic times, businesses must be vigilant against unnecessary costs and risks. But not just businesses need to be vigilant@states and other

companies flow chart  transaction tax management for companies of all sizes, enabling finance, tax, and IT professionals to achieve accurate, timely, and cost-effective compliance for sales tax, use tax, Value Added Tax (VAT) , excise tax and industry-specific taxes and fees. The Sabrix Solution combines the Sabrix Application Suite software for sales tax, use tax and value-added tax automation with Sabrix Tax Research, delivering SAS 70 certified tax rates and rules for the U.S. and 170 countries. The company also offers the Read More...
ERP for Medium and Large Manufacturing Companies: 7 Challenges - an Introduction
Enterprise resource planning (ERP) was born of the need of large companies to manage their resources and operations. In the early stages of ERP almost half a

companies flow chart  the need of large companies to manage their resources and operations. In the early stages of ERP almost half a century ago, only multinational corporations could afford the investment in the software and the infrastructure needed to support it. Material requirements planning (MRP), the predecessor of ERP, was used by only a couple hundred companies in 1975, and the number grew to 8,000 in 1981. Over time, the programming tools evolved, and the commoditization of hardware and the use of the Internet to Read More...
Mid-size Companies Have Full-size IT Issues
Information technology product selection is one issue that does not scale up or down with the size of the enterprise. The breadth and seriousness of issues that

companies flow chart  size Companies Have Full-size IT Issues Mid-size Companies Have Full-size IT Issues James F. Dowling - November 28, 2003 Introduction The breadth and seriousness of issues that must be managed by the Information Systems Departments of mid-size companies are the same as those of larger corporations with more people and funding resources to apply to them. IT Managers of smaller enterprises must therefore do the same or more than their larger counterparts with less by necessity. Experience, working with Read More...
Keeping Cash Flow in Focus While Driving Business Performance
One of the most basic business axioms, held dear by all firms but especially small companies, is that cash flow is king. Customer payments are essential for

companies flow chart  firms but especially small companies, is that cash flow is king. Customer payments are essential for fueling all other business activity, from staff salaries, to raw materials, to rent. Growing firms need to be especially attentive to cash flow because sales increases typically require new investments associated with product or service production before payments are received. Learn more now. Read More...
Three Steps to Strategic Planning Excellence in Wholesale Distribution Companies
A strategic planning process is critical for distribution companies. Not unlike personal financial planning, distribution executives have to select the best

companies flow chart  Excellence in Wholesale Distribution Companies A strategic planning process is critical for distribution companies. Not unlike personal financial planning, distribution executives have to select the best investments needed now to create profitable growth in the future. If you fail to make the right commitments at the right time, you will miss opportunities and increase your risk. This paper outlines a set of core analytics customized for wholesaler distributors. Read More...
Giving Manufacturing Companies a Fast Start: SAP Business All-in-One Fast-start Program
It’s not easy for manufacturing companies to improve operating efficiency while responding to market changes. Improving productivity across business processes

companies flow chart  Manufacturing Companies a Fast Start: SAP Business All-in-One Fast-start Program Giving Manufacturing Companies a Fast Start: SAP Business All-in-One Fast-start Program If you receive errors when attempting to view this white paper, please install the latest version of Adobe Reader. Founded in 1972, SAP has a rich history of innovation and growth as a true industry leader. SAP currently has sales and development locations in more than 50 countries worldwide and is listed on several exchanges, Read More...
SAP BusinessObjects Edge BI: Designed for Growing Companies
Read about affordable business intelligence (BI) software for midsize companies that includes solutions that address BI requirements from operational reporting

companies flow chart  BI: Designed for Growing Companies Read about affordable business intelligence (BI) software for midsize companies that includes solutions that address BI requirements from operational reporting to flexible ad hoc query reporting and analysis, to dashboards and visualization, to powerful data quality and integration, to planning and budgeting. The solution provides an intuitive BI experience for where and how you work. Read More...
Business Analytics: Nucleus Research Note—How Analytics Makes Midsize Companies More Profitable
When senior leaders of small and midsize companies invest in analytics tools, they can improve operating results by enabling managers to make fact-based, data

companies flow chart  Note—How Analytics Makes Midsize Companies More Profitable When senior leaders of small and midsize companies invest in analytics tools, they can improve operating results by enabling managers to make fact-based, data-driven decisions. Learn how in this report from Nucleus Research. Read More...
Next-generation Data Protection for Midsized Companies
Just because your company isn’t a major corporation with hundreds of offices and thousands of employees doesn’t mean you’re not under the same pressures to

companies flow chart  Data Protection for Midsized Companies Just because your company isn’t a major corporation with hundreds of offices and thousands of employees doesn’t mean you’re not under the same pressures to maintain access to critical information. But buying the same solutions as the major players in your industry can be expensive and unnecessary. Learn about next-generation data protection and recovery options specifically for small and midsized businesses (SMBs). Read More...
BWI Companies Selects VAI’s S2K ERP
BWI, a Texas-based wholesale distributor of lawn and garden products, selects VAI's S2K ERP system to enhance collaboration within its distributed sales force

companies flow chart  Companies Selects VAI’s S2K ERP BWI Companies selects VAI ’s S2K Enterprise software to improve distribution processes, increase productivity, and gain valuable insights from its customer and product data.   BWI, a Texas-based wholesale distributor of lawn and garden products with numerous locations servicing a diversified customer base in 15 states, sought a solution to automate and integrate its core business functions. It also looked to eliminate manual processes associated with building Read More...

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