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Case Study: Hydrocontrol
Hydrocontrol, manufacturer of hydraulic components for mobile applications, grew from its founding offices in Italy to being a leading player in the global

hydraulic ironworkers  Hydrocontrol Hydrocontrol, manufacturer of hydraulic components for mobile applications, grew from its founding offices in Italy to being a leading player in the global market. Needing to gather the knowledge of its specialist staff and make it available throughout the company, Hydrocontrol decided to look for a solution that would automate its processes and reduce costs. Discover the product configurator solution it implemented. Read More...
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Radwell International Selects Epicor to Advance Its Business
Epicor, a provider of business software solutions for manufacturing, distribution, retail, and services organizations, has announced that Radwell International

hydraulic ironworkers  repair, and overhaul (MRO); pneumatic/hydraulic; motion control; electronic; heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC); and electrical control equipment for plant floor and facilities maintenance machinery. Radwell International also offers full component-level repair capabilities for industrial electronic and electrical equipment, and buys surplus industrial controls. John Janthor, vice president of information technology at Radwell International, stated: We have a rather large, complex Read More...
NetSuite Finds Cloud Manufacturing Following Down Under
NetSuite has announced that several Australian manufacturers are turning to its cloud manufacturing solution for building and expanding their businesses

hydraulic ironworkers  rock-breaking hammers and fixed hydraulic boom systems to the civil construction, demolition, quarrying, and mining industries in Western Australia, Queensland, and the Northern Territory. The company replaced Microsoft Dynamics NAV with NetSuite to help it separate from its parent business and deploy enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems across multiple offices with no hardware required. The aforementioned examples indicate that midmarket ERP vendors should consider NetSuite as a serious competitor Read More...
Komatsu Employs “Mod Squad” For Logility Implementation
At the Connections 2000 Logility user conference in New Orleans, users recounted implementation stories. Few were as striking as that of the Komatsu’s DRP

hydraulic ironworkers  a complete line of hydraulic excavators, bulldozers, wheel loaders, dump trucks, graders, and crushers. In October 1998, the company began parallel implementations of Logility Voyager Solutions for distribution requirements planning (DRP) and inventory planning (IP). In two months, Komatsu had gone live with the new system. Though benefits were achieved immediately, Komatsu and Logility have since made a series of modifications that have greatly enhanced the functionality and improved performance and Read More...
Configurability Strategy: A Competitive Advantage
To gain a competitive advantage, manufacturing companies that sell complex products are implementing a configurability strategy that provides more options using

hydraulic ironworkers  spatial requirements, such as hydraulic actuators, and windows and doors. Engineer-to-Order (ETO) ' the most complex products that during configuring must interface with product development activities and tools, such as CAD software, design rules and other expert IT systems that can support development of configuration, pricing, and complete documentation over a typically iterative proposal cycle; for example, electrical distribution systems. Configurability Strategy: Introduction For companies selling Read More...
Case Study: ThyssenKrupp
ThyssenKrupp manufactures and configures custom elevators. To shorten sales cycles, reduce costs, and simplify ordering for agencies, distributors, and

hydraulic ironworkers  car and truck elevators, hydraulic elevators for heliports, and specialty elevators for hospitals, railway stations, airports and retail, as well as elevator modernization solutions, specialty components and spare parts. TEF products are available through multiple sales channels including an internal sales team, TEF agencies and independent distributors. ThyssenKrupp Elevator selected Cameleon to improve competitiveness, get closer to their customers and grow sales. Since implementing Cameleon, we have Read More...
How RFID Technology Can Enhance Your Asset Management Program
Even though the technology has been around in some form since World War II, chances are that you think of Wal-Mart’s supply chain initiative when you hear the

hydraulic ironworkers  be placed in the hydraulic system), or the number of times and frequency a forklift ' or rather, the operator! ' crashes into something (which would be recorded with the help of a G-force sensor). By easily capturing key pieces of data with RFID technology, the company feels it will be able to determine which make and model of forklift works best in their environment and for certain types of jobs. It will be able to implement a preventive maintenance program based on actual vehicle condition rather than Read More...
A Semi-open Source Vendor Discusses Market Trends
A response to trends in the open source software market comes this time from relative newcomer provider xTuple. This vendor’s footprint isn’t entirely in the

hydraulic ironworkers  and valves, water purification, hydraulic and pneumatic tools, etc.); transportation manufacturers (engines, bicycle components, aerospace, automotive parts, etc.); semiconductor and electronics (imaging sensors, magnetic encoders, storage, backup hardware, etc.); and consumer goods or retail manufacturers (dental, beauty epoxies, post-surgical garments, etc.). One particular functionality that makes xTuple applicable to various, seemingly unrelated industries is breeder BOM (also known as inverted BOM, Read More...
Customization Drives Complexity - Why It's Hard to Design, Sell, and Produce
It seems counterintuitive, but the process of selling, designing, and producing what appear to be

hydraulic ironworkers  some industrial equipment like hydraulic valves. It seems counterintuitive, but the process of selling, designing, and producing what appear to be simple products becomes surprisingly complex when manufacturers introduce high levels of customization. How can manufacturers of configured products address this complexity to streamline their processes, reduce cost, and increase customer responsiveness? Customization Makes Simple Products Complex Some products, particularly those with dimensional Read More...
Optimizing the Lead-to-order Process
A superior lead-to-order (LTO) process is essential in today@s environment of mass customization. Companies striving to build and maintain market share require

hydraulic ironworkers  spatial requirements, such as hydraulic actuators, and windows and doors. Engineer-to-Order (ETO) - the most complex products that during configuring must interface with product development activities and tools, such as CAD software, design rules and other expert IT systems that can support development of configuration, pricing, and complete documentation over a typically iterative proposal cycle; for example, electrical distribution systems. The Lead to Order Process: The Steps The LTO process, which Read More...
Lean Tools and Practices that Eliminate Manufacturing Waste
A number of lean manufacturing tools and practices have long been used to reduce manufacturing waste. These include the five S's, visual controls, standardized

hydraulic ironworkers  roller tables or conveyers, hydraulic clamps, knobs and quick, fasteners, etc.). Related to this is the single-minute exchange of die ( SMED ) concept of setup times of less than ten minutes, which was developed by Shigeo Shingo in 1970 at Toyota. Pull System A pull system is another key characteristic of lean, demand-driven manufacturing, since the ultimate goal here is to have the flow of materials controlled by replacing only what has been actually consumed. Pull systems, also known as kanban (coming Read More...

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