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The Importance of Plant-level Systems
The information technology (IT) environment in manufacturing is facing a dramatic change. Traditional systems must evolve to support near real time

hierarchy of the company  information technology (IT) portfolio hierarchy has become more significant. Plant-level execution systems have largely been ignored and taken for granted, although they are vital for effective shop floor management and give first-line supervision staff visibility to manage work orders and work center assignments. Compared to enterprise applications like enterprise resource planning (ERP), customer relationship management (CRM), or supply chain management (SCM) systems, which traditionally run in a batch Read More...
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APICS 2009 From the Expo Floor: Is S&OP Coming of Age? - Part 5
Part 1 of this blog series talked about my attendance of the APICS 2009 international conference in Toronto, Canada in early October. I attended few education

hierarchy of the company  and opportunities to specific hierarchy levels in the S&OP plan to qualify and explain the values in the plan Assign and track action items that are critical to achieving strategic goals and plans Identify opportunities for demand sensing and shaping strategies to manipulate demand upward through promotions and pricing actions or downward to meet capacity constraints Incorporate input from both downstream and upstream trading partners for a more complete inter-enterprise S&OP picture The Executive S&OP Read More...
How Are the Market Leaders Navigating the World of Value-added Resellers?
Notwithstanding moves from major vendors and value-added resellers, addressing the needs of small and medium businesses requires significant changes within

hierarchy of the company  the top of the hierarchy (meaning that they are characterized as strategic accounts, which are targeted directly or with the help of the tier one consulting partners). Small businesses with up to $100 million (USD) in revenues are addressed entirely through channel partners, with the hybrid (both direct and indirect) approach being applied for the rest of the market (midsized enterprises). Part Two of the series The Cha(lle)nging World of Value-added Resellers . Although a third of SAP's revenue comes Read More...
The Path to ERP for Small Businesses, Part 2: Evaluation of ERP Software
If you’ve gone through the research phase while looking for ERP, the next major step is the evaluation process. At the end of it, you should have a shortlist of

hierarchy of the company  can create their own hierarchy of criteria. This can be done internally or with the help of software selection consultants . Depending on your needs, an RFI can have hundreds and sometimes even thousands of criteria. You want your RFI to be comprehensive so that it addresses all of your needs. You can always decide to prioritize some ERP functionality as unimportant later in the process. Starting with a high level hierarchy of functionality that can be as detailed as needed is probably better for a small Read More...
Stemming the Loss of Knowledge Capital: A Business Fix for Manufacturers
The clock is ticking for manufacturers to come up with a solution to the ongoing loss of knowledge capital. Their best hope lies in introducing knowledge

hierarchy of the company  level of the organization's hierarchy. To achieve an efficient knowledge capture process, and for sustainable success, companies should create interdependent and continuous communications. The way to overcome resistance is to define an integration strategy early, and then put the pieces in place to accomplish each step of the process. After all, it is the users who will define the ultimate success of a knowledge management strategy. Even though the ultimate success of a knowledge management system Read More...
The Impact of the Economic Crisis on Software Buying Behavior
When the economic crisis hit, organizations scurried to find ways to cut back and keep their businesses afloat. Survival was key. Investments and projects of

hierarchy of the company  Impact of the Economic Crisis on Software Buying Behavior When the economic crisis hit, organizations scurried to find ways to cut back and keep their businesses afloat. Survival was key. Investments and projects of all kinds were put on hold, including upgrading and replacing enterprise software systems. A forecast alert by Gartner showed that enterprise software spending between 2008 and 2009 dropped by 2.6%. No doubt, enterprise software spending is one of the areas in which organizations consciously Read More...
Training for the Many… Learning for the One: How Successful Organizations Recognize the Difference and Use Technology to Deliver Both
Winston Churchill once said, “Personally, I’m always ready to learn, although I do not always like being taught.” Formal training and informal learning can be

hierarchy of the company  for the Many… Learning for the One: How Successful Organizations Recognize the Difference and Use Technology to Deliver Both Winston Churchill once said, “Personally, I’m always ready to learn, although I do not always like being taught.” Formal training and informal learning can be combined to create powerful education opportunities for groups and for individuals. Include personalization in the mix and you have a recipe for almost certain success. It sounds straightforward, but is the impl Read More...
The Transformation of the Lean Enterprise
Over the past 30–40 years, manufacturers have made dramatic leaps in improving their businesses by using lean manufacturing and Six Sigma techniques. The

hierarchy of the company  Transformation of the Lean Enterprise Over the past 30–40 years, manufacturers have made dramatic leaps in improving their businesses by using lean manufacturing and Six Sigma techniques. The systems these businesses use, however, have changed relatively little in comparison. The ERP systems manufacturing companies rely on to run their business are greatly at odds with the strategy and processes lean manufacturers use to maintain their competitive advantage. Read More...
Design Anywhere: Maximizing the Global Opportunity, Minimizing the IP Risk
Design globalization—and the access it provides to new markets, talents, and resources around the world—offers many opportunities to manufacturers today

hierarchy of the company  Anywhere: Maximizing the Global Opportunity, Minimizing the IP Risk Design globalization—and the access it provides to new markets, talents, and resources around the world—offers many opportunities to manufacturers today. Tapping into this growing network of suppliers and partners does bring risks and challenges. You can achieve best-in-class performance in a global design environment and achieve greater profitability. Find out the product design strategies of best-in-class manufacturers. Read More...
The SCM Perspective: 2009 in Review-and What You Can Do to Weather the Storms of 2010
In spite of the 2009 recession, some SCM vendors were able to create traction in the supply chain space this year. From an industry landscape perspective, three

hierarchy of the company  SCM Perspective: 2009 in Review-and What You Can Do to Weather the Storms of 2010 In spite of the 2009 recession, some SCM vendors were able to create traction in the supply chain space this year. From an industry landscape perspective, three events from 2009 will have a more far-reaching impact than any other in this space, primarily because they’re priming the conditions for still more vendor competition and industry volatility in the year to come. News item: Oracle announced its launch of Fusion Ap Read More...
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

hierarchy of the company  Theory of Constraints Enters the Lean Manufacturing Arena Limitations of Flow Manufacturing Just as manufacturing realities are continuously changing, so is lean thinking evolving. For example, traditionally, given competitive realities, it was almost exclusively automotive companies that deployed lean techniques such as kanban and sequencing. Today, however, there are some strong indications that only one in five companies using kanban are in the automotive industry. This is Part Six of a multi-part no Read More...

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