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The Five Sure-fire Strategies for Gaining Management Approval for WMS Projects
Despite the consensus that warehouse management systems (WMS) offer many benefits, getting approval for a new system is challenging. You need to get key

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AuraPortal: A BPM Vendor Worth Checking Out
AuraPortal, a new business process management (BPM) vendor, offers a solution that creates business process execution models without the need for heavy IT

flow diagram examples  tasks, exception events, looping flow threads, the handling of multi-register data (with complex automatic treatments for each register), and the seamless integration of independent sets of business rules—that can be changed at any time without changing the process model. Also consider including documents that can be automatically constructed and reshaped based on changing data and emerging situations, with automatic insertion of digital signatures. All these activities require the participation of not Read More...
SQL Server Technical Briefing
iSCSI storage area networks (SANs) offer an alternative for building SANs. Consolidating storage in a SAN offers storage management and scaling benefits for

flow diagram examples  utilization. Jumbo frames and flow control were also enabled on the Gigabit Ethernet switch (mandatory if enabled on the host NICs). Additional network considerations include minimizing switch hops and maximizing the bandwidth on the inter-switch links if present. Reducing the number of switch hops between the server(s) and the storage reduces the chances of storage traffic competing with other data traffic on congested interswitch links. To avoid bottlenecks, interswitch links should be sized properly Read More...
Managing Lean Manufacturing Using Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009
A supply chain management system (SCM) is a critical success factor for implementing lean manufacturing. The SCM system helps define product structure, costing

flow diagram examples  to facilitate small-lot continuous flow production. Component inventory is located in a floor stock area near the work cell, along with other required resources, to support a point-of-use strategy. A work cell represents a simpler alternative for modeling lean scenarios in comparison to the use of Dynamics AX work centers and routing data. You indicate the work cell for producing an item as part of the kanban policies for a fixed or PTO manufacturing kanban. The list of empty kanbans by work cell Read More...
Reporting Tools
Analysis and reporting services are an important part of the enterprise resource planning process. Microsoft Dynamics NAV has been designed to give users

flow diagram examples  is no access to flow fields when doing so, either. That said, this solution enables the use of Reporting Services and if running SQL 2005 the use of Report Builder. This will be described later in this paper. Business Analytics Business Analytics is made up of two separate granules: Basic, which adds the possibility for Microsoft Dynamics NAV users to define and create cubes in SQL Server 2000 Analysis Services, and Advanced, which add a comprehensive frontend to Business Analytics. It is also Read More...
PeopleSoft Gathers Manufacturing and SCM Wherewithal Part Three: The Manufacturing Industry
Even before the mega merger, PeopleSoft had already set it sights on a bigger manufacturing presence. PeopleSoft’s acquisition of mid-to-large ERP system

flow diagram examples  and most recently demand flow and lean manufacturing software solution from JCIT, might indicate some deeply thought out process rather than a number of impulse initiatives from the past. Ptak is the VP & Global Industry Executive but the actual relevant product development is still driven by the SCM product pillar under Patrick Quirk. He is one of the other key manufacturing personnel that PeopleSoft has added in the last few years, prior to the J.D Edwards acquisition. The whole move to lean Read More...
Reflections on Lean Philosophy and the Theory of Constraints
The theory of constraints (TOC) is similar to, yet different from, the lean philosophy. TOC focuses on optimizing production through critical bottlenecks in

flow diagram examples  Lean manufacturing makes value flow through the factory, for instance, by trying to separate value streams so that they use dedicated resources sized to the same capacity (even if kanbans do not optimize the constraints). TOC takes this idea further by recognizing critical bottlenecks, which are the most overloaded resources that determine the maximum flow rate of production, and making value flow through these bottlenecks. It does this by allowing manufacturers to optimize production through their Read More...
Performance Made Perfect: Optimize Materials Management and Logistics Operations
In this challenging economy, standards for materials flow are critical to thriving in the global automotive industry. Successful suppliers know how to meet

flow diagram examples  economy, standards for materials flow are critical to thriving in the global automotive industry. Successful suppliers know how to meet Materials Management Operations Guideline/Logistics Evaluation (MMOG/LE) standards. MMOG/LE is a self-assessment for material and logistics control used to evaluate production, parts and service, and more. Learn how it can help you succeed in the automotive market. 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

flow diagram examples  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 system (WMS) has undergone extensive development over the years to become today’s industry-leading Warehouse Management (WM) . In the 1990s RedPrairie was Read More...
Is ROI King In Evaluating IT Investments? Part 1. Should We Make the Investment?
IT managers should recognize that cash flow measurements are being increasingly used to evaluate IT investments, even though initial estimates of cash flows

flow diagram examples  should recognize that cash flow measurements are being increasingly used to evaluate IT investments. Initial estimates of cash flows from IT projects are often hard to determine because underlying business assumptions can change. One way for IT managers to meet financial analysis requirements is to develop Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) for IT projects that can logically be associated with the original cash flow assumptions. In the June 2002 issue of Managing Automation there was a continuation of the Read More...
Business Process Management Notations within Business Process Management
Business process management notation (BPMN) is an initiative to increase standardization within process modeling. What are the principles of BPMN, and what is

flow diagram examples  display activities and work flow in the order of execution. The user simply models the events that occur from the start of a process, all the way through to the end result, with the notations defined by BPMN standards. Understanding the Principles of BPMN To be able to understand the principle of BPMN, organizations should know what makes a business process diagram BPMN-compliant. What are the basic elements used within BPMN? These graphical objects enable easy development of business diagrams and flow Read More...
Taking Stock of Infor’s HCM “Inventory Items” - Part 2
Part 1 of this blog series started by expressing the “New Infor” sentiments (backed up with concrete examples and rationale) following my recent attendance of

flow diagram examples  and long-term retention, automate workflow for management and key stakeholders, and unify all relevant data and systems, while complying fully with policies, laws, and regulations. Riding the Shared HR Services Wave Research has also shown that centralizing benefits, payroll, and other HR functions can save money and improve customer service at large corporations. The consolidation and sharing of HR services by different units or locations typically helps to achieve economies of scale, enhance Read More...
Transitioning to Lean with Oracle Flow Manufacturing
Lean execution strategies within enterprises and across supply chains can dramatically reduce cycle times, improve quality, reduce waste, and improve bottom

flow diagram examples  to Lean with Oracle Flow Manufacturing Lean execution strategies within enterprises and across supply chains can dramatically reduce cycle times, improve quality, reduce waste, and improve bottom lines. In other words, lean is more than an advantage: it is a competitive necessity. Oracle’s Flow Manufacturing module capabilities in lean execution can enable the transition from a discrete, push-based manufacturing environment to a flow, pull-based one. Read More...
Adaptive Discovery: Accelerating the Deployment and Adaptation of Automated Business Processes
To automate processes, business users and IT must work together as a team. The combination of technology infrastructure, process flow, and business requirements

flow diagram examples  of technology infrastructure, process flow, and business requirements all needs to be translated into a process map to enable automation to occur. This process discovery effort, and adjusting the process map to manage change, is the most significant challenge of business process management (BPM) projects. Read More...
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

flow diagram examples  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 rates in some industry sectors can be as high as 20 percent, although through targeted initiatives and channel cooperation, some nimble companies have managed to attain only a few percentile rates. Read More...

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