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The Theory of Constraints Enters the Lean Manufacturing Arena
Lean principles are difficult to employ in complex environments, but materials requirement planning has well-known limitations. The theory of constraints, which

example of constraints on requirement  quality. Infor , for example, claims that dozens of its customers, operating in a similar environment, have had significant improvements in performance and profitability within two or three months. As long as management buys in, the methods and the tools are available. There is some relativism to be considered, however, since the improvements may not be on par with those obtained by high volume, repetitive manufacturers. Nonetheless, relative to industry competition, results could be quite impressive. In Read More

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Regulatory compliance covers the requirements for ensuring products and their associated materials comply with both external and internal rules and regulations. It covers regulatory and requirement...
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Economic Benefits of PLM-enabled Collaboration
Many of today’s product lifecycle management (PLM)-enabling technologies allow complex information to be shared by dispersed teams of people. Product data

example of constraints on requirement  Herstal is a good example of a company that understands PLM's value and necessity. 4.2 Schneider Schneider Electric is one of the world's largest manufacturers of equipment for electrical power distribution, and for industrial control and automation. The company, with its headquarters just outside of Paris, France, helps power utilities distribute electricity; designs automation systems for the automotive and water-treatment industries; builds infrastructure for airports, road and rail networks, and port Read More
The Basics of Quote-to-order Systems
Global competition means more choice for consumers and increasing customer demands. Manufacturers and distributors must develop a better understanding of what

example of constraints on requirement  industrial product sectors. Some examples of complex products include networks, telecommunications, and information technology (IT) equipment; air and liquid movement systems; electrical power systems; motors, compressors, and fans; transportation equipment (including automobiles); and industrial machinery. Such complex products are typically characterized by high finished-goods value, with many possible features and options, and complex rules and constraints governing applicability and interoperability Read More
Single Version of the Truth
Today's enterprise is no longer a single, vertically integrated organization. Globalization, outsourcing, and off-shoring have created an environment where end

example of constraints on requirement  for all players. For example: Achieving a true SVoT requires very specific definition—agreed upon standards ( global transportation network [GTN], electronic product code [EPC], etc.), and user and functional requirements will vary, depending on the level of process integration within the supply network. The SVoT could also support the growing need to have item and serialized data related to product components, and link to finished goods at the item, package, and pallet level—whatever information Read More
Advanced Planning and Scheduling: A Critical Part of Customer Fulfillment
The face of business is rapidly evolving from traditional brick-and-mortar facades to electronic ones. While web businesses spend considerable effort in

example of constraints on requirement  problem is a simple example of linear programming, a mathematical technique for finding solutions of linear equations subject to simultaneous constraints. It is just one example of the vast array of problems that are addressed by APS. In manufacturing and distribution environments, constraints are far more difficult to juggle because the problems are many times more complex. A few constraints come easily to mind, such as raw material availability, resource availability, and order due date compliance, but Read More
Jaspersoft on Amazon Web Services Marketplace
Jaspersoft has decided to take the JasperReports Server Community Edition and make it available on Amazon’s recent offering called AWS Marketplace, free of

example of constraints on requirement  on Amazon Web Services Marketplace Jaspersoft has decided to take the JasperReports Server Community Edition and make it available on Amazon ’s recent offering called AWS Marketplace , free of charge. This will make it possible for users to use JasperReports as a preconfigured Amazon Machine Image (AMI) to be deployed as part of Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) . Loyal to its open-source philosophy, Jaspersoft’s offering can be deployed free of charge and will enable users to rely on Read More
Enterprise On-Demand CRM Comparison Guide
This guide provides a feature list comparison of 12 on-demand CRM products for businesses.

example of constraints on requirement  On-Demand CRM Comparison Guide This guide provides a feature list comparison of 12 on-demand CRM products for businesses. Read More
On Demand Delivery Compels a Compensation Management Vendor
The on demand paradigm and enterprise incentive management market seem to have established a viable cross-section to the extent that, going forward, some

example of constraints on requirement  systems. Possibly the best example of this concept is the case of one vendor that recently decided to become solely a SaaS provider once spinning off its renowned, traditional EIM offering. Centive Genesis Centive , a Burlington, Massachusetts (US)-based and privately held company, was originally founded as Incentive Systems , Inc. in 1997. The company was an early entrant in both the EIM and the on demand sales compensation software arenas. In 1999, Incentive Systems shipped its flagship product, Read More
The World in Crisis: A Report on the Impact on Global Outsourcing Relations
As companies come to grips with current fiscal realities, choices may result more from reaction than the use of sound judgment. Removing vital resources and

example of constraints on requirement  World in Crisis: A Report on the Impact on Global Outsourcing Relations As companies come to grips with current fiscal realities, choices may result more from reaction than the use of sound judgment. Removing vital resources and reducing services can create an even lower return on investment (ROI) than existed before downsizing. Outsourcing may offer a solution. Learn about the effects that the present financial situation will have on the outsourcing community, including buyers and suppliers. Read More
The Advantages of Open Source ERP
Open source software’s development processes, and the new business models its developers adopt, provide a new way of resolving the problems of cost and quality

example of constraints on requirement  Advantages of Open Source ERP Open source software’s development processes, and the new business models its developers adopt, provide a new way of resolving the problems of cost and quality for enterprise software. To make an enterprise resource planning (ERP) system available to companies, cost reduction is the first priority. Find out how open source software makes it possible to reduce development costs—while resulting in a high-quality product. Read More
Capitalizing on Change
Change management is an inherent part of software implementation. Ideally, you want new business processes and the software to support them. However, companies

example of constraints on requirement  on Change Change management is an inherent part of software implementation. Ideally, you want new business processes and the software to support them. However, companies still often compromise, due to their implementation approach and technology limitations—resulting in needless expense. There is a more rapid approach to implementation and change management, with reduced risk, greater value, and lower total cost of ownership (TCO). Read More
A Question of Continuity: Maximizing Email Availability for Your Business
This white paper looks at the value of email availability and how it can be improved. It examines the key characteristics and capabilities of each type of

example of constraints on requirement  Question of Continuity: Maximizing Email Availability for Your Business This white paper looks at the value of email availability and how it can be improved. It examines the key characteristics and capabilities of each type of solution. And it looks in detail at an option that meets key requirements whenever an email availability strategy has to be planned, implemented and managed to time and to budget. IT professionals looking to improve their existing IT security should read this paper. Read More
Expedia Relaxes Registration Requirement
The Microsoft Network's travel site Expedia has dropped a requirement that surfers register before being allowed to browse the site. Expedia is not ahead of the

example of constraints on requirement  Relaxes Registration Requirement Event Summary Expedia (NASDAQ: EXPE) has required visitors to its site to register and provide personal information before being allowed to access any data. This has been a contrast with other travel sites such as Netscape Travel, which typically allow surfers to access flight information without registering. Expedia has now decided to similarly allow surfers to access information on the site before registration. Expedia started life as a wholly owned subsidiary of Read More
The Advantages of Enabling Order Execution in Hardware
The increasing volume of orders, pervasiveness of algorithmic trading systems and customer demand for lower latency are outpacing the capabilities of the

example of constraints on requirement  Advantages of Enabling Order Execution in Hardware The increasing volume of orders, pervasiveness of algorithmic trading systems and customer demand for lower latency are outpacing the capabilities of the software- and server-based systems sell-side firms use to do process trades in financial markets globally. This is causing many of these firms to experience lower trading performance, dissatisfied customers and high operational complexity and costs. This white paper looks at the disadvantages of Read More
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