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Cut-to-size/shape Industries
The specialized material resource planning module for cut-to-size/shape industries must be able to recognize when current demand cannot be satisfied by the in

cut to shape  time-consuming. To illustrate, custom cut orders require suppliers to determine how the cuts can best be made from standard size sheets, rods, or tubes in order to maximize yields and minimize scraps. Thus, it can take many work-hours to manually estimate if the order can be filled from existing inventory; if additional materials must be secured from another branch's inventory, made, or purchased in order to satisfy the order; how to make the required cuts to maximize yields; and how to allow for blade Read More...
ERP for the Oil and Gas Industry (Upstream)
The model of ERP systems for the upstream oil and gas sector addresses the particularly specialized business model of this industry. It is common practice for companies, individuals, and government...
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Mill Industries: A Generic ERP Challenge
Mills are factories where value is added to raw material by processing it into a form suitable either for further manufacturing, or for immediate end-use

cut to shape  a process operation to cut the rod to lengths; a process operation to mark the rods (such as a color code with paint on the ends); adding paint to the parts list for the job; adding strapping to the parts list for the job; a process operation to strap the rods into bundles; a process instruction for the job; a change to the quality test (which now has to check whether it has been cut, marked, and packed correctly); and a calculated cost and selling price for the job. As for another absolute must, metal Read More...
SYSPRO - Awaiting Positive IMPACT From Its Brand Unification
By further perfecting its mid-market value proposition and by also unifying its corporate and product brands (i.e., often conflicting IMPACT Encore product

cut to shape  companies are providing short cut implementations to meet budgetary requirements or more so, to win deals up front, but then only later unleashing much more extended and costly implementations on the customer. STARS should help the customer to maximize the continuing utilization of SYSPRO software by providing, as it were, an audit trail upon which additional functionality and procedures can be built. Typically, the foundation of the implementation process is established via an internal evaluation, Read More...
Microsoft Axapta: Design Factors Shape System Usage Part One: User Interface and Customization
If you are implementing or considering Microsoft Axapta as your ERP system, or providing Axapta-related services, this note provides an overall understanding of

cut to shape  via the mouse and short-cut keys. The user can also directly access information in other parts of the system (without using the menus) via the go to main table functionality. Direct Access to Main Table Information . Directly accessing the main table for a given field eliminates the need to navigate through the menus. During item master maintenance, for example, the user could access the main table for the Item Group field to create a new value. During purchase order entry, for example, the user can Read More...
Surviving Amid
Maybe just for the sake of change (or some fun), let me start this blog post as a quiz question. It could go like this:Can anyone name the mid-market

cut to shape  Material Yield System (for Cut-to-Size/Shape industries ); Integrated Forecasting & Inventory Optimization; and Visibility & Tracking Functionality (pervasive across the entire suite). Part II of this blog topic will analyze SYSPRO's response to the remaining demands of pragmatic buyers as well as potential challenges for the vendor's vision. Your views, comments, opinions, etc. about SYSPRO's newly minted strategy and/or its moves (and your experiences) within any particular sector are customarily Read More...
How to Make People More Willing to Share Knowledge in Their PLM Environment
In Why Some People Don’t Like PLM, Graham McCall said that some product lifecycle management (PLM) users’ reluctance to share knowledge with others is the

cut to shape  to Make People More Willing to Share Knowledge in Their PLM Environment In Why Some People Don’t Like PLM , Graham McCall said that some product lifecycle management (PLM) users’ reluctance to share knowledge with others is the obstacle toward higher acceptance of PLM. I thought his point made perfect sense, and my instant reaction was to ask myself: How can this problem be resolved? Ideally, a PLM system is a platform for people to work together. This means that knowledge sharing is mutually Read More...
Key SCM Features to Look For (And Major Players to Look Out For)
Many CFOs, CTOs, supply chain managers, and logistics managers struggle to decide which supply chain management (SCM) software is best-suited to their

cut to shape  rate. This improves planning, execution, and collaboration with respect to material, information, financials, and workforce. SCM solutions have a comprehensive set of modules and features for front-to-back support on supply chain business processes. Below are some key SCM features you should look for: Demand planning and forecasting: Provides built-in planning, execution, and analysis with forecast and supply data for detailed production schedules, for supporting lean manufacturing methodologies, and for Read More...
CallidusCloud Connections C3—Focusing on Sales and Marketing to “Lead to Money”
This year’s CallidusCloud Connections C3 conference in Las Vegas furthered CallidusCloud’s efforts to push the market awareness of its Lead to Money suite

cut to shape  Connections C3—Focusing on Sales and Marketing to “Lead to Money” This year’s CallidusCloud Connections C3 conference in Las Vegas furthered CallidusCloud’s efforts to push the market awareness of its Lead to Money suite. While the incentive and compensation and configure price quote (CPQ) modules remain two main entry points for most customers, at the conference the vendor focused on the ability of the suite to make sales and marketing work as one in order to close deals faster. Read More...
RedPrairie: Enabling End-to-End Supply Chains (from Manufacturer to Retail Shelf)
RedPrairie provides best-of-breed supply chain execution, workforce, and all-channel retail solutions designed to streamline and expedite the flow of goods from

cut to shape  of breed supply chain execution (SCE), workforce and all-channel retail solutions. Many of the world’s leading businesses rely on RedPrairie solutions to streamline and expedite the flow of goods from raw materials into the hands of the consumer. RedPrairie was founded in 1975 as McHugh Freeman & Associates , a consulting and systems development firm offering general warehouse management solutions, with the first packaged systems appearing in the mid-1980s. RedPrairie’s flagship warehouse management Read More...
Barcoding 101 for Manufacturers: What You Need to Know to Get Started
For manufacturers, barcoding carries with it numerous benefits, including increased accuracy, efficiency, and traceability, along with easier adherence to

cut to shape  a manufacturer, including Manufacturing Execution Systems (MES) and Quality Management Systems (QMS) for the shop floor, Customer Relationship Management (CRM) for sales and marketing, Supply Chain Management (SCM) for procurement, and ERP for finance and management. Plex Online's fully integrated model delivers a shop floor to top floor view of a manufacturer's operations, enabling management to run its business at maximum efficiency.   About Plex Online Plex Online, built on a Software as a Service Read More...
Do You Want Your App to Talk Back to You (as a Chatterbox)? - Part 2
In Part 1 of this blog series I admitted to being a late adopter of a sort, in part for not immediately jumping onto the social media bandwagon. In particular

cut to shape  usage at salesforce.com has cut the corporate e-mail traffic by 40 percent. There are currently about 3,000 beta Chatter customers (there were 100 beta customers 45 days after the product’s unveiling), of which 250 are using salesforce.com's  Service Cloud 2 . For early adopters and forward-looking prospective users, Chatter might be a clear differentiator and deal-breaker for salesforce.com. Microsoft CRM, SAP CRM, Sage SalesLogix, Oracle CRM OnDemand , and NetSuite do not have anything Chatter-like, Read More...
5 Ways to Effectively use Social Media to Conduct Your Job Search
In Using Social Media Tools for Recruiting Talent, I discussed how more and more businesses today are using social media tools for attracting and finding the

cut to shape  Ways to Effectively use Social Media to Conduct Your Job Search In Using Social Media Tools for Recruiting Talent , I discussed how more and more businesses today are using social media tools for attracting and finding the right person to fill a position. This current post will focus on the job seeker. It’s no secret that the last few years has seen unemployment rates rise well above the norm. In fact, recent numbers show that—while things are slowly getting better—many in the market for a job are Read More...
Hewlett-Packard’s NetServer Division - #3 to Get Ready, or #4 to Go?
Hewlett-Packard is one of the leading computer companies in the world, but they have fallen to fourth place in the Intel-based server market. Will they move

cut to shape  Packard’s NetServer Division - #3 to Get Ready, or #4 to Go? Vendor Genesis Hewlett-Packard (HP) was formed in 1939 by Bill Hewlett and David Packard, starting out in the famous garage behind Mr. Packard's house in Palo Alto, CA. The first product was a resistance capacity audio oscillator, an instrument used to test sound equipment. HP continued to grow through design and production of instruments and test equipment. HP's first entry into a computer-related business was in 1958, when it acquired Read More...
Ross Systems Continues To Slip, But Pledges to Fight Tooth And Claw
Ross Systems' transition from ERP to e-commerce continues to be daunting. On November 14, the company announced yet another disappointing quarterly report owing

cut to shape  Systems Continues To Slip, But Pledges to Fight Tooth And Claw Ross Systems Continues To Slip, But Pledges to Fight Tooth And Claw P.J. Jakovljevic - December 22, 2000 Event Summary On November 14, Ross Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ:ROSS), a provider of ERP and e-business solutions for mid-market process manufacturers, reported results for its first quarter ended September 30, 2000. Revenues in the quarter were $14.2 million, down 39% from $23.3 million in the same quarter of the prior year. Particularly Read More...
How to Use Technology to Support the Lean Enterprise: Achieving Profitable Growth through Lean
Many competitive businesses are implementing “lean” initiatives to expose and attack waste and setting goals for continuous improvement through Six Sigma

cut to shape  to Use Technology to Support the Lean Enterprise: Achieving Profitable Growth through Lean Many competitive businesses are implementing “lean” initiatives to expose and attack waste and setting goals for continuous improvement through Six Sigma principles. Consensus is growing that technology is key for successful lean initiatives. This white paper defines addresses the impact lean initiatives have on profitability and considers the role of information technology (IT) in enabling lean initiatives. Read More...

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