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10 Pitfalls to Avoid when Selecting a CMMS/EAM
As you look for ways to get the most out of your existing operating assets, enterprise asset management (EAM) and computerized maintenance management system

how to calculate minimum cash flow  lack of knowledge about how to properly utilize this functionality, rather than any major shortcomings in software performance. Notification, alert management, alarming and workflow are powerful and advanced software features that can transform your CMMS/EAM into a real-time and dynamic knowledge-management system that drives simplicity and more value-added action. The good news is that the criteria labeled “planning and scheduling” ranked #3 overall (see Exhibit 1). This means users generally Read More...
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The Benefits of Next-generation ERP
Rapid changes in the market and in customer needs mean small to medium businesses (SMBs) must work harder to stay competitive. Setting and achieving goals in

how to calculate minimum cash flow  you back in months. How about others? Broad coverage of Enterprise Functionality — Cost effective, fast implementation and improved organizational productivity. Process oriented — Responsive and highly adaptable to changes. Highly scalable — Incremental IT investment, cost effective hardware utilization. Accessible through the internet / intranet — Better partner collaboration, accessible from anywhere, at anytime. Centrally managed — Security, reduced administration and maintenance costs. Read More...
Food and Beverage Industry: Overview of Software Requirements
The food and beverage industries have very special needs, many of which are externally regulated. Read on to discover some of the unique challenges and software

how to calculate minimum cash flow  what to produce and how to produce it. The inventory levels at the end of each day and any requirements to move raw materials or semi-finished products between sites, locations, and/or tanks are also calculated. The latter benefit is achieved through the tight integration and complete visibility within the four walls of the production facility and warehouse. In the food and beverage industries, there are usually several ways to slice the pie (no pun intended). For example, each grade of meat may be sold Read More...
Lean Manufacturing: Reaping the Rewards of Lean through Response Management
For years, manufacturers have been driven by sales forecasts and the need to maximize production efficiency at every level of operation. But in order to be

how to calculate minimum cash flow  imposed by the process? How long does it take to process that minimum quantity? (or actual processing time) Is the process available all the time or how often is it unavailable? How long does it take you to change production from one part to another? The diagram contains a data box, which shows in order to complete this data we would look at how much inventory is waiting to be processed, and how many finished units are ready for the next step. Processing time (PT = 270 seconds) Cycle time (CT = 270 Read More...
Supply Chain Collaboration: The Key to Success in a Global Economy
Outsourcing and global competition are forcing companies to transform their supply chains from linear processes into adaptive networks. Communities of customer

how to calculate minimum cash flow  make better decisions on how to deploy goods across various customers' locations, which leads to increased customer service levels, lower transportation costs, reduced inventory levels, and lower sales costs. The Kanban Process Kanban is a signal-based replenishment concept related to lean or just-in-time (JIT) production that historically uses cards to signal the need for replenishment of an item. Leveraging collaborative technologies, the kanban process allows customers to electronically issue the Read More...
Got BI? Now You Need to Hire a Data Geek. Here’s What to Look For.
According to a poll conducted by KDnuggets, salaries in the analytics and data mining space are up in 2011. While there is no direct proof that the data

how to calculate minimum cash flow  a complete view of how the organization is performing. And BI initiatives are being positioned among the highest priorities for many organizations. While many large organizations are using state-of-the-art BI solutions to power their decision-making processes, some others, especially small to medium businesses (SMBs), are just starting to discover the use of BI solutions for data analysis and for supporting their business decisions. And companies that are adopting data-driven strategies are also upping Read More...
The Idea to Delivery Framework: A Holistic Approach to Deliver Customer Value
Today’s “new normal” business environment demands a new view of what customers value and an improved approach to delivering that value. The idea to delivery

how to calculate minimum cash flow  Idea to Delivery Framework: A Holistic Approach to Deliver Customer Value Today’s “new normal” business environment demands a new view of what customers value and an improved approach to delivering that value. The idea to delivery (I2D) framework posits that multiple companies now compete as a business network rather than as individual enterprises, each relying on the others to achieve collective success. This paper includes an action plan with the evolutionary steps companies can take to move Read More...
To BI or not to BI
Nowadays a company should not even question whether it needs business intelligence (BI) or not. Those who do not have it yet should include it in their future

how to calculate minimum cash flow  You Don't Really Know How to Use It Efficiently I really wanted to talk about this because I have seen companies that had a BI tool but that were not very interested in using it, especially the management team. The owner, controller, production manager, etc., should be the first ones to use it and promote it in the company. To fully take advantage of the capabilities of any BI product, you should start by finding the answers to the following questions: Do you know what you want? The main challenge of BI Read More...
Nine Ways to Use ERP to Make the Manufacturing Supply Chain Lean
There are entire books and thorough training and certification processes devoted to lean supply chain practices. But within any manufacturing environment, there

how to calculate minimum cash flow  a position to see how your process is aligned with your ideal values and then improve the process to reduce quality failures. The better the demand forecasting tool in your enterprise application, the leaner your supply chain will be . The better you know what customers will ask for, the leaner your supply chain will be. Make sure that demand planning functionality allows multiple users to simultaneously review and give input on demand plans, thereby shortening review cycles and increasing accuracy. It Read More...
Pay, Performance, and Productivity: How to Use Compensation to Motivate and Make a Difference
Compensation has consistently remained one of the top five job-satisfaction factors considered most important to employees. A well-designed compensation

how to calculate minimum cash flow  Performance, and Productivity: How to Use Compensation to Motivate and Make a Difference Compensation has consistently remained one of the top five job-satisfaction factors considered most important to employees. A well-designed compensation strategy that connects rewards and performance can benefit both employers and employees. This white paper discusses some of the key factors. Read More...
How to Get Closer to Your Best Customers
In the white paper Get Closer to Your Best Customers, you'll find a host of new ideas and proven best practices for dealing with customers more e...

how to calculate minimum cash flow  close to your customers, how to weather an unpredictable economy and emerge even stronger, ways to package your products, promotions, and pricing to satisfy changing customer demands, how to increase sales volumes, bring in new accounts, and develop new markets, and how to make sense of company data, and measure the effectiveness of sales and marketing campaigns. There are many ways to improve the way you approach customers during these difficult economic times. Learn about them in the white paper Get Read More...
Too Hard to Adopt PLM? Find Ways to Make It Easier
Product lifecycle management (PLM) systems are too complicated, too expensive, and take too long to implement. That’s what I said last month in a blog post

how to calculate minimum cash flow  in the context of how to make PLM adoption easier. Realistically define the project scope The life cycle perspective has made PLM a complicated system with so many functionality modules that perhaps no single organization has ever implemented all of them. It is true that the full potential of PLM can’t be achieved unless you can manage the entire life cycle of a product. However, to early adopters, I think the 80-20 rule might be applicable here—the crucial 20 percent of the PLM functionality may Read More...
How to Compare the Real Cost of Accounting Software: 30 Questions to Ask Before You Sign the Contract
Once you decide it’s time to upgrade the enterprise resource planning (ERP) for accounting system, the next question is: “How much does it cost?” However, many

how to calculate minimum cash flow  to Compare the Real Cost of Accounting Software: 30 Questions to Ask Before You Sign the Contract Once you decide it’s time to upgrade the enterprise resource planning (ERP) for accounting system, the next question is: “How much does it cost?” However, many variables factor into the total project price—and software is only a fraction of that. Discover 16 insider tips that can help you save money, as well as 30 specific questions to ask your software vendor, so you can avoid hidden costs and Read More...
Want to Know How to Survive in a Down Economy? Then Look in Your Warehouse!
When I speak with distribution executives nowadays, they all say the same thing: “We are struggling to keep our heads above water because of the economy

how to calculate minimum cash flow  to Know How to Survive in a Down Economy? Then Look in Your Warehouse! When I speak with distribution executives nowadays, they all say the same thing: “We are struggling to keep our heads above water because of the economy.” However, before the economy took a turn for the worse, they talked about low profit margins, high inventory levels with low turns, and an erosion of their profitability because of their warehouses. I am often forced to ask, “Is the economy really that bad? Or, is your Read More...

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