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Early Lean Adopters Embrace Technology
Many aerospace and defense (A&D) manufacturers are enjoying a competitive advantage because of early adoption of lean manufacturing tools. However, considerable

early adopters  A&D manufacturers being historically early adopters of Lean have led this approach. This can clearly be seen in Figure 4, where A&D manufacturers have overtaken the general population in adopting Lean tools, such as Kanban, Level Loading, Supermarket Sizing and Value Stream mapping across the enterprise. The Aberdeen Group attributes this increased adoption of Lean tools to the industry’s early adoption of Lean philosophies and the utilization of ERP as a foundation of Lean, all of which precede Best

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RFID Architecture Strategy


Early adopters of radio frequency identification (RFID) are beginning to look at enterprise scale solution design and integration are emerging as key focus areas. Infosys has designed an optimal RFID architecture strategy based on lessons learnt from early adopters and Infosys experience in providing real time control and data acquisition solutions in the telecom and process control industries.

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RFID--A New Technology Set to Explode? Part Two: Early Adopters, Challenges, and User Recommendations


Radio frequency identification or RFID has a potential of becoming a new technology inflection point. It can be a missing piece in the long-lasting puzzle of squeezing excess inventory out of supply chains, but only when (and if) it reaches a critical mass of adoption and maturity over the next several years.

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As the key technology that defines consumerization of technology, mobility has proven its qualitative benefits. However, the ROI on mobility remains elusive at a quantitative level for many organizations. Results from more than 400 individual interviews, electronic surveys, and case studies show that organizations that successfully deploy mobility at the business process level have created an unfair advantage. Find out how successful mobility programs are changing the landscape across both front-office and back-office mega processes, and how to gain the benefits of mobility for your organization.

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Windows 2000 Releases to Manufacturing - Finally


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Enterprise Information Management: Tentative Past, Promising Future


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