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Lean Simplified: Part 1
Take advantage of expertise about lean manufacturing. With all the discussion, books, Web sites, and other materials on the topic of lean manufacturing, it’s hard to know which resources are credible—much less understand the mounds of information. The first part of this series breaks down the definition of lean manufacturing into easy-to-digest concepts and shares the real-life example of a supplier of remanufactured solvents that is working toward the goal of lean. Get tips on how to determine what you need in your production operation and why.

E PART 24: Inventory M = Motion E = Employees Under Utilized Defects and rework is probably one of the most easily identifiable wastes because it s tangible; it s something people can see or feel. For example, defects and rework cause companies to spend time correcting mistakes in paperwork or fixing physical problems with machines, just to name a couple. Overproduction can point to the obvious waste: turning out more product than what is needed by the consumer. But it can also mean overproduction of other items
7/14/2009 11:53:00 AM

The Lexicon of CRM - Part 1: From A to I
C.R.M. itself is an acronym, standing for Customer Relationship Management. This is part one of three-part article to provide explanation and meaning for most of the common CRM phraseology. Here, in alphabetical order, is the Lexicon of CRM.

E PART 24: example of a DSS. E   EAI - Enterprise Application Integration . Represents the efforts that often need to be made to link data between disparate applications running on different databases. CRM packages are trying to avoid external EAI requirements by building in and automating the links between their application components and data. E-Business - An umbrella term for a total presence on the Web including the E-Commerce component. E-Commerce - Sales and Service via the Internet. E-CRM - Another vague ter
10/12/2001

Lean Simplified: Part Two
Lean Simplified: Part Two.Templates and Other Package to Use In Your Complex System of Lean Simplified. Part one of the “Lean Simplified” series looked at manufacturing wastes, lean principles, and the benefits of lean manufacturing. Here, in Part two, you’ll be taken through the action stage of lean practices: implementing lean. Understand the “5S” program toward implementing lean and begin laying the foundation of a discipline that is necessary for effective implementation of more complicated lean tools such as kanban.

E PART 24: Lean Simplified: Part Two Lean Simplified: Part Two Source: ProcessPro Software Document Type: White Paper Description: Part one of the “Lean Simplified” series looked at manufacturing wastes, lean principles, and the benefits of lean manufacturing. Here, in Part two, you’ll be taken through the action stage of lean practices: implementing lean. Understand the “5S” program toward implementing lean and begin laying the foundation of a discipline that is necessary for effective implementation of
8/14/2009 10:47:00 AM

The Lexicon of CRM - Part 3: From R to Z
CRM. C.R.M. itself is an acronym, standing for Customer Relationship Management. This is part three of a three-part article to provide explanation and meaning for most of the common CRM phraseology. Here, in alphabetical order, we continue the Lexicon of CRM

E PART 24: The Lexicon of CRM - Part 3: From R to Z The Lexicon of CRM - Part 3: From R to Z Randy Garland - November 2, 2001 Read Comments The Lexicon of CRM Part 3: From R to Z R. Garland - November 2, 2001 The Lexicon is divided into three parts, this being the second of three. This third section covers the alphabet from R to Z. For A to I, see Part One . For J to Q, see Part Two . R  RDBMS - Relational DataBase Management System . The typical, standard database, with both data models, data definitions, and data
11/2/2001

Process Manufacturing: Industry Specific Requirements Part Three: Textiles
As with any manufacturing operation, process manufacturing has special system requirements such as formulas, unit of measure conversions, and packaging recipes. However, within the realm of process manufacturing, specific industries have needs that are more critical than others. This article explores these critical needs for the food and beverage, chemical, and a hybrid industry (textiles), so that you can focus on these requirements when evaluating enterprise-wide software.

E PART 24: Process Manufacturing: Industry Specific Requirements Part Three: Textiles Process Manufacturing: Industry Specific Requirements Part Three: Textiles Joseph J. Strub and Olin Thompson - May 28, 2004 Read Comments Introduction Traditionally, manufacturing is categorized by two methods: process and discrete. Many differences exist, but most can be grouped into two areas: those derived from material issues and those derived from production issues. Process materials are different than discrete materials.
5/28/2004

Geac Awakens On Its Deathbed - Part 2: Geac s Response
While Geac’s balance sheet was boosted by recent events, a more positive sign is the company’s intent to become a true software-developing vendor, not simply a software collector and dealer.

E PART 24: and options. The SmartStream E ( Expert ) and M ( Millennium ) series, which are IBM S/390 mainframe-based, will likely not receive major functional enhancements owing to aging technology. The SmartStream suite that supports client/server-based Unix and NT systems, the StreamLine series of NT-based back-office products, and System 21 are the most likely recipients of R&D funds. However, overlapping modules in SmartStream and StreamLine will likely be rationalized to minimize duplicated R&D costs.
10/18/2001

Demand at the Fount of Open Source Part Two: A Primer Based in Demand Trends
Organizations globally, are contributing to increased demand for Free and open source software but vendors may not yet be meeting this demand. This article highlights FOSS fundamentals with the goal of adding clarity for the uninitiated.

E PART 24: at some of the elements involved. This is Part Two of a two-part note. Part One concerned the Free and open source software (FOSS) origin and rapid evolution as manifested in global customer demand trends. Enterprise Interest in FOSS For what reasons might an organization be interested in open source software? One of the more frequently touted benefits is cost. The proprietary crowd has put a fair amount of publicity into studies that argue open source actually results in a higher total cost of
12/31/2005

P.J. Jakovljevic » The TEC Blog


E PART 24: TEC, Technology Evaluation, Technology Evaluation Centers, Technology Evaluation Centers Inc., blog, analyst, enterprise software, decision support.
01-10-2012

Rewrite or Wrap-Around Old Software? Part One: Event Summary
Product architecture is going to do much more than simply provide the technical functionality, the user interface (UI)/presentation, and the platform support. It is going to determine whether a product is going to endure, whether it will scale to a large number of users, and whether it will be able to incorporate emerging technologies, all in order to accommodate increasingly evolving user requirements.

E PART 24: tightly integrated and not easily separated later. This is Part One of a two-part note. Part Two will continue the tutorial. First Response is to Evolve Once the body of software code that comprises the core of the enterprise system has been written, which encompasses the business logic the vast collection of rules that define required business transactions and the rules and conventions for ensuring data accuracy, integrity/completeness, and appropriateness the vendor is naturally reluctant to rewrite
6/7/2004

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Bridging the Reality Gap Between Planning and Execution Part One: The Problem
At sites where both planning and execution modules are stand-alone implementations, neither deliver enough benefit because there are almost always manual connections and processes between these two crucial supply chain management (SCM) areas. Yet, planning and execution in the supply chain are slowly but surely converging because no plan is useful if it cannot be executed.

E PART 24: Gap Between Planning and Execution Part One: The Problem Bridging the Reality Gap Between Planning and Execution Part One: The Problem P.J. Jakovljevic - June 16, 2004 Read Comments The Problem Despite the fact that many manufacturers have invested in enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems and supply chain management (SCM) systems, most continue to use inopportune batch reports and pesky spreadsheets to manage their operation s performance. These have proven to be inefficient and error-prone methods
6/16/2004


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