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Is There a Smarter Way to Handle Excess Active and Obsolete Inventory?
Imagine the convenience of a 24x7 intranet marketplace where companies could sell off their inventory to the highest bidder. FreeFlow is one such business

equipment liquidation  utilities, material handling personnel, equipment maintenance, building maintenance, and security personnel. The phenomenon has even introduced the notion of reverse logistics , a complete supply chain dedicated to the reverse flow of products and materials for the purpose of returns, repair, remanufacture, or recycling. Many retailers have the proverbial problem of how to move inactive, grey market stock (irrespective of condition) that they cannot return to the manufacturer for full credit. Return Read More
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Process Manufacturing: Ensuring Food Safety through Active HACCP Management
As a result of publicized food contamination and product recalls, food safety regulations are under increasing scrutiny. Process manufacturers in the food and

equipment liquidation  PLM Optiva Managing production equipment with Infor EAM Acting instantly with Infor Event Management Conclusion   Executive summary Food contamination and product recalls continue to be big news. The results of food contamination can be grim indeed: numerous illnesses and deaths, not to mention the loss of profits and reputation for the process manufacturers involved. In 2008, the root causes of various recalls covered a wide range of issues that included material tampering, allergen labeling, Read More
Why Privately Held Manufacturers Should Implement IFRS-ready ERP Solutions
While regulatory requirements to adopt International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) may be a concern for publically traded companies only, there are

equipment liquidation  (e.g., rebuilding the process equipment within an oil refinery), they apply the principle-based concept in international accounting. This also gives the owners of complex assets the flexibility to capitalize things (e.g., spare parts that an oil and gas drilling contractor might have in their yard). If these parts still have value, an organization has the ability to keep them in the books as long as there is a future economic benefit within that part. The Role of Enterprise Software When preparing to Read More
Challenges and Future Plans of a Product Inventory Disposition Vendor
Despite FreeFlow's success at helping organizations regain some margin of profitability for excess inventory, the company still strives for expansion and

equipment liquidation  Waste Electrical and Electronics Equipment (WEEE) Directive would be best handled by outsourcing. Instead of getting involved in the ever-changing legislative and compliance issues associated with WEEE, outsourcing allows the manufacturing company to stay focused on product development and production. Those organizations that decide to pursue an outsourcing option should make sure to find a partner that is qualified to negotiate the legislative landscape, and competent to define a program that fits their Read More
Off-loading Some Green Compliance Burdens: Can Enterprise Applications Meet the Challenge?
The European Union’s WEEE Directive requires electronics manufacturers of member states to manage and pay for electrical and electronics waste recycling. Yet

equipment liquidation  of electrical and electronic equipment placed on the market, collected, recycled, and recovered in their territory. Each member state must also transpose the WEEE legislation into local law, which is where local differences create WEEE compliance reporting issues even though there is general adherence to the EU level directive. The task of monitoring manufacturers' sales in volumes to each country (for the purpose of establishing recycling quotas) will fall to a member state's agency working under the Read More
McKinley Equipment Corporation: Elevating to Trusted Customer Service


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Importance of Server Certification
Many application providers and original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) either select a standard platform for their applications, or provide guidelines and

equipment liquidation  application providers and original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) either select a standard platform for their applications, or provide guidelines and recommendations as to which infrastructure components will optimize their solutions. Thus, one of the critical factors that should be considered prior to selecting a standard platform is the certification it carries, and how it pertains to your organization’s needs. Read More
Distribution Company Bearings International Selects Sage ERP X3
As follows from its name, Bearings International is a distributor of a wide range of imported bearings and power transmission equipment. The company is located

equipment liquidation  bearings and power transmission equipment. The company is located in South Africa and has more than 50 branches and other subsidiaries. The company has been using a number of UNIX-based legacy software applications that have been modified several times but eventually have come to the end of their tether. Thus, a modern, flexible, and technologically advanced system was required to support the growing business and help to explore new opportunities. A selection and valuation project was performed by the Read More
Riding the Growth Wave: Leveraging Economies of Scale
You can leverage economies of scale to increase production by using existing equipment and people, lowering cost per unit, and increasing profit margins. The

equipment liquidation  production by using existing equipment and people, lowering cost per unit, and increasing profit margins. The same applies to providers of services. Using the talented personnel you have and expanding the quality and distribution of services and support are much easier than starting from scratch. Find out how you can take advantage of economies of scale for profitable growth and gains in market share. Read More
Case Study: PaR Systems, Inc.
Headquartered in Shoreview, Minnesota (US), PaR Systems, Inc. provides specialized material handling and automation equipment to many diverse industries. Each

equipment liquidation  material handling and automation equipment to many diverse industries. Each of the company’s customer contracts is unique—like a separate job—with charges included for labor and materials in these jobs. Find out how PaR’s engineer-to-order (ETO) solution helps the company manage its contracts—from engineering and manufacturing to final delivery. Read More
Case Study: Oldfields
Founded in 1916, Oldfields is an Australian manufacturer of painting equipment, scaffolding, and garden sheds. To meet aggressive customer responsiveness

equipment liquidation  Australian manufacturer of painting equipment, scaffolding, and garden sheds. To meet aggressive customer responsiveness targets, the company depends on up-to-date information and reliable communications. Learn how implementing PRONTO-Xi on a wide area network (WAN) helped Oldfields get quick access to data required for decision making, controlling costs, and improving customer service. Read More
Case Study: FMC Technologies
FMC Technologies Inc. of Houston is a leader in oil and gas equipment service. By replacing its legacy system with a new customer relationship management (CRM

equipment liquidation  in oil and gas equipment service. By replacing its legacy system with a new customer relationship management (CRM) application, the company integrated and centralized its forecasting data, enabling managers to make better decisions about supply chain capacity. Learn how this upgrade improved forecasting, increased user adoption, and lowered the total cost of ownership (TCO). Read More
Intermec
Intermec is a manufacturer and supplier of automated identification and data capture equipment, including barcode scanners, barcode printers, mobile computers

equipment liquidation  identification and data capture equipment, including barcode scanners, barcode printers, mobile computers, RFID systems, voice recognition systems, and life cycle services. Read More
Finding Opportunity in Rising Fuel Costs: Strategies for Industrial Equipment Companies
The rising price of fuel has set in motion a series of more profound changes for both consumers and industry. But those companies that take comfort from the

equipment liquidation  Costs: Strategies for Industrial Equipment Companies Sage North America supports the needs and challenges of more than 3.1 million small and mid-sized business customers. Our software and services support accounting, operations, customer management, human resources, time tracking, merchant services and the specialized needs of the construction, distribution, healthcare, manufacturing, nonprofit and real estate industries. Source: Sage Resources Related to Finding Opportunity in Rising Fuel Costs: Read More

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