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Sunlike ERP
SUNLIKE ERP is an integrated business management system, it refers to the the MRPII standards promulgated by the American Production and Inventory Control

inventory subsystems  the American Production and Inventory Control Society (APICS), to absorb modern marketing management, logistics management, production management, just-in-time production (JIT), materials management, comprehensive the advantages of advanced management methods of quality management, financial management, human resources management, combined with their own characteristics, to the process of the operation of enterprises in the information flow, capital flow and logistics as the core system architecture Read More
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EAM versus CMMS: What's Right for Your Company? Part Two: Integration Concerns
In most cases, companies will acquire enterprise asset management (EAM) software but the interfaces to external systems will have to be constructed.

inventory subsystems  software needs access to inventory to determine the availability of repair parts, whereas your manufacturing system needs access to inventory to dispense ingredients or bills of material (BOM). Typically, EAM software will have its repository of inventory consisting of repair parts. On the other hand, a manufacturing ERP system will have its repository of inventory, which can accommodate ingredients, BOM, and repair parts. Designers of manufacturing systems are not that short-sighted to think that every Read More
SAP Customer Success Story: Industrial Machinery and Components
Universal Instruments Corporation, a leading capital equipment manufacturer, needed a flexible business solution to meet the challenges of globalization, and

inventory subsystems  40% and significantly increase inventory turns. “This has really given us a market leadership position in the aftermarket business,” Jacobson says. “And, you know what? It also helps us sell our machines in the first place. Customers need to know that you’re going to be there when they need you, and, in very unambiguous terms, we can demonstrate impeccable service capabilities and a clear record of customer satisfaction.” The Snowball Effect The success of Universal’s aftermarket business Read More
Dell's High-End Rackmount Servers - Challenging Compaq's Wintel Dominance
Dell Computer Corporation has shaken up the PC Server market, in three years moving from the #5 US market share position to a solid #2 (and #3 worldwide) - and

inventory subsystems  such that its server inventory turns an estimated 60+ times per year: this translates to any given piece being in Dell's stockroom for about four days before being put in a system and shipped to a customer. Reliability: Dell's reliability (and customer satisfaction) is evidenced by its high scores in industry lab tests. Higher reliability generally leads to lower long-term service cost for the customer: components and systems fail less, so less service calls are required, which translates into reduced Read More
Business Case - Dunkin Donuts
Daniel Mourand, CEO, chose Microsoft Great Plains sofware and, today, he does not regret his decision.

inventory subsystems  General Ledger Integration Manager Inventory Control Payables Management Receivables Management Sales Order Processing w/ Advanced Invoicing Seagate Crystal Reports Professional System Manager Microsoft products Windows ® NT Server operating systems Windows 98 Windows CE SQL Server 2000   For more information on Microsoft Business Solutions Business Solutions, visit our web site at: www.greatplains.ca © 2002 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. Microsoft and Windows are either registered Read More
10 Tips for Perfect (Nearly!) Inventory Accuracy
Even though we have made enormous advances in technology and business processes, many organizations and manufacturers still cannot perform basic warehouse

inventory subsystems  Tips for Perfect (Nearly!) Inventory Accuracy Even though we have made enormous advances in technology and business processes, many organizations and manufacturers still cannot perform basic warehouse operations without going into reactive mode. This is mainly due to a lack of proper or basic inventory record maintenance and accuracy. Some organizations don’t measure inventory in an accurate manner, or they don’t even have such measurements in place. Organizations need to understand that there are Read More
The Return of Supplier Relationship Management
Globalization, technology stabilization, inventory visibility, and traceability are forcing organizations to reevaluate supplier relationship management systems

inventory subsystems  adoption of mandated standards, inventory visibility, methods of managing stabilizations of technologies, and dealing with supplier auditing issues will be examined. Reasons for the Resurfacing of SRM Globalization As organizations expand and become global operating entities, SRM is viewed as a method to help manage the process. The manufacturing of products is now largely outsourced to the East, as North America has become a service-based economy. This change in business structure has caused Read More
Lean Inventory by the Numbers
Getting lean is not a simple task; it requires an aggressive, iterative approach to examine complex tradeoffs. And given the number of variables that

inventory subsystems  Inventory by the Numbers Getting lean is not a simple task; it requires an aggressive, iterative approach to examine complex tradeoffs. And given the number of variables that characterize a distribution center (DC) and its constituent stock keeping units (SKUs), performing this type of analysis without using the right tools can be daunting—if not impossible. Find out how a tool-based approach can make getting lean easier. Read More
Passive RFID Solutions for Asset Tracking and Inventory Management
In the present context of business, it is becoming essential for the business world to provide electronic commerce in addition to their good old business model.

inventory subsystems  for Asset Tracking and Inventory Management In the present context of business, it is becoming essential for the business world to provide electronic commerce in addition to their good old business model. An electronic commerce application adds lot of value to business models and helps overall growth in the different areas of business, business management, tracking, and customer support. Customers find it’s much easier to access the products and services of a corporation through an e-commerce Read More
An Opportunity for Change: 10 Recommendations for Advancing Your HR Technology Strategy
This report outlines 10 recommendations for companies to advance its human resources (HR) technology strategy. From conducting a global systems inventory and

inventory subsystems  conducting a global systems inventory and redeploying software to recalibrating talent strategies and targeting critical roles to focusing on end-user experience and tapping social collaboration, it offers easy-to-implement recommendations to help organizations d position themselves for long-term success. Read More
MRP Success Story: Swiss American Products
Learn how Swiss-American Inc., a leading manufacturer of medical products, improved the accuracy of its inventory levels by adopting a new manufacturing system

inventory subsystems  the accuracy of its inventory levels by adopting a new manufacturing system complete lot traceability, manufacturing resource planning (MRP), purchasing, and manufacturing projections. Read More
The Power of Inventory Control: How Integrated, Serialized Inventory Tracking Delivers a Competitive Advantage
Today’s manufacturers work hard to meet customer delivery schedules with quality parts while reducing costs. Those companies that can meet these demands can

inventory subsystems  Power of Inventory Control: How Integrated, Serialized Inventory Tracking Delivers a Competitive Advantage Today’s manufacturers work hard to meet customer delivery schedules with quality parts while reducing costs. Those companies that can meet these demands can reduce work-in-process inventories and minimize production costs. But many fail at this due to inefficient material handling and inventory control. See how advanced ERP systems reflect the physical reality of the material handling process Read More
What Makes Process Process?
The systems dealing with manufacturing, inventory, procurement, and customer order management systems are among the systems that often prove to be the hardest

inventory subsystems  to fully define your inventory at the level you need to achieve high levels of customer satisfaction. For these complex process companies, the vendors that devote themselves exclusively to process bear a closer look. You should expect them to do a better job of modeling and managing your reality. The Cost of Picking the Wrong Product What is the cost of picking the wrong product? The cost of picking the wrong general ledger product is important to the chief financial officer ’s (CFO's) office, and it Read More
ERP: Origins, Developments, and Trends
ERP first developed as a form of inventory control and later grew to link disparate bodies of information together from across the enterprise. Now, ERP

inventory subsystems  as a means for inventory control and grew to replace islands of information by integrating traditional management functions, such as financials, payroll, and human resources, with other functions including manufacturing and distribution. Currently, the complexity of business is creating new user needs; the growth of computers is developing new potential; the quest for new markets by vendors has given users a new voice; and ERP is evolving once again. Names and acronyms like extended-ERP , ERP II , Read More
Retail Systems: A Primer
The core components of a retail information system are inventory management, inventory optimization, revenue management, sales management, and reports and

inventory subsystems  of a retail system. Inventory management Inventory optimization Revenue management Sales management Reports and inquiries Note that this nomenclature is not an industry standard. Different merchandising software vendors have different naming conventions. However, all the capabilities categorized under these main areas are core components of a retail solution. Inventory management . No matter which proprietary title (e.g., merchandise management, merchandise inventory and analysis, or merchandise Read More

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