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Case Study: Johnson Plastics
An example of enterprise distribution software implementation. Read this case study. Click here! Engraving materials supplier Johnson Plastics needed a way to stay ahead of the competition. To leave a lasting impression on customers, Johnson knew that fulfilling its promise of next-day shipping was priority number one. But an outdated enterprise resource planning (ERP) system was preventing Johnson from realizing that goal. Learn about the solution the company chose to integrate its entire multiwarehouse operations.

JOHNSON JOHNSON: Case Study: Johnson Plastics Case Study: Johnson Plastics Source: VAI Document Type: Case Study Description: Engraving materials supplier Johnson Plastics needed a way to stay ahead of the competition. To leave a lasting impression on customers, Johnson knew that fulfilling its promise of next-day shipping was priority number one. But an outdated enterprise resource planning (ERP) system was preventing Johnson from realizing that goal. Learn about the solution the company chose to integrate its entire
7/2/2009 2:30:00 PM

Chemicals and Allied Products: Howard Johnson, Inc.
Howard Johnson’s Enterprises, Inc. (HJE) is a provider of lawn and garden fertilizer products whose discrete manufacturing package assumed a discrete process. It took ProcessPro eight months to implement a new enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution that worked to address HJE’s unique needs.

JOHNSON JOHNSON: and Allied Products: Howard Johnson, Inc. Chemicals and Allied Products: Howard Johnson, Inc. Source: ProcessPro Software Document Type: Case Study Description: Howard Johnson’s Enterprises, Inc. (HJE) is a provider of lawn and garden fertilizer products whose discrete manufacturing package assumed a discrete process. It took ProcessPro eight months to implement a new enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution that worked to address HJE’s unique needs. Chemicals and Allied Products: Howard Johnson,
4/29/2005 9:33:00 AM

Case Study: Johnson Controls International
Johnson Controls International, a global leader in the automotive industry, needed a solution to drive the performance of its customer care department for its European Refrigeration division. The project would affect approximately 200 users, including some managers. Learn how the company chose a solution that allowed it to deliver key performance indicators (KPIs) in a personalized, Web-accessible dashboard.

JOHNSON JOHNSON: Case Study: Johnson Controls International Case Study: Johnson Controls International Source: PRELYTIS Document Type: Case Study Description: Johnson Controls International, a global leader in the automotive industry, needed a solution to drive the performance of its customer care department for its European Refrigeration division. The project would affect approximately 200 users, including some managers. Learn how the company chose a solution that allowed it to deliver key performance indicators (KPIs)
6/23/2010 3:18:00 PM

Key Metrics for Monitoring New Product Development
Since our research-driven beginnings, Johnson & Johnson Advanced Sterilization Products (ASP) has continually improved the new product development (NPD) process. Detailed process mapping has revealed three tiers of business metrics, starting with drivers and moving up through execution metrics to business performance metrics. When driver metrics improves, so does business performance. Six Sigma tools helps identify specific metrics at all tiers and the causality linkages among them. Each NPD process step at ASP results in a deliverable, and each deliverable relates to a trade-off triangle (cost-time-resources) and, ultimately, to investment dollars. To track performance, ASP calculates how actual NPD decisions and what-if scenarios affect deliverables, alter investment triangles, and thereby influence business results. ASP uses similar process and tools, including the investment triangles and Six Sigma QFD, to make idea management decisions. The IDweb real-time software environment enables both the NPD and idea management processes at ASP. By deploying the strategic planning, idea management, portfolio and pipeline management, process management, and resource management modules of IDweb, ASP has increased throughput by 20 percent and reduced cycle time by 40 percent.

JOHNSON JOHNSON: Since our research-driven beginnings, Johnson & Johnson Advanced Sterilization Products (ASP) has continually improved the new product development (NPD) process. Detailed process mapping has revealed three tiers of business metrics, starting with drivers and moving up through execution metrics to business performance metrics. When driver metrics improves, so does business performance. Six Sigma tools helps identify specific metrics at all tiers and the causality linkages among them. Each NPD process step
5/25/2005 10:37:00 AM

APICS 2009 Convention: Day 1 » The TEC Blog
was presented by Honey Johnson (VP Professional Development at APICS, Colorado Chapter). Through 3 months and 1,700 hours of training, Swisslog’s operations and planning team of 18 individuals got a better understanding of operations, planning, sales, and inventory management, as well as improved communication and collaboration between departments and decision makers. As the result of the training, Swisslog achieved 1,000 days of accident-free shop floor days, and also realized that the enterprise

JOHNSON JOHNSON: APICS Expo, Swisslog, volunteer leadership workshop, TEC, Technology Evaluation, Technology Evaluation Centers, Technology Evaluation Centers Inc., blog, analyst, enterprise software, decision support.
05-10-2009

Adexa, Inc.


JOHNSON JOHNSON: Founded in 1994, Adexa features planning, modeling, and collaboration technologies. Headquartered in Los Angeles, California (US), Adexa has three offices in the United States and eight international offices across Canada, Asia, and Europe.

Dassault Systèmes—Expanding Product Development and the 3D Experience
TEC principal analyst P.J. Jakovljevic reports on Dassault Systèmes' three-dimensional design tools. The Dassault Systèmes vision is to enable everyone—from product designers, engineers, and suppliers to end users and their respective communities—to create, share, and experience the three-dimensional virtual world, thereby maximizing the value of their intellectual property and digital assets. In this article, TEC principal analyst P.J. Jakovljevic reports on the 3D design tools he recently saw demoed, how they enable collaboration, and their application to manufacturing and other sectors.

JOHNSON JOHNSON: , Lockheed Martin , Johnson & Johnson , Bell Helicopter , and Benetton . Relevant acquisition: CADAM (1992), a 2-dimensional (2D) CAD/CAM software from IBM, from which was created Dassault Systèmes Americas Corp . Market: Dassault Systèmes’ main competitor is PTC, with its brands for PLM ( Windchill ) and product design ( Creo , formerly Pro/Engineer ). Siemens PLM has similar product demarcation lines, with what could be viewed as an additional offering in plant automation, given its automation
4/5/2012 10:23:00 AM

IBM Unveils New Technology to Address the Internet of Things » The TEC Blog
to take. Bob S. Johnson, director of development for Sprint’s Velocity Program, remarked the following: To realize the vision of a Smarter Planet, we must first enable the universe of instrumented sensors, devices and machines to communicate more efficiently while sharing, managing and integrating large volumes of data at a rate much faster than ever before. We have been testing IBM MessageSight for some initial projects and are excited about the capabilities that it could help us deliver to the

JOHNSON JOHNSON: big data, event processing, ibm, IBM MessageInsight, industry watch, messaging, TEC, Technology Evaluation, Technology Evaluation Centers, Technology Evaluation Centers Inc., blog, analyst, enterprise software, decision support.
03-05-2013

QAD Pulling through, Patiently but PassionatelyPart Six: User Recommendations
While hardly any vendor is safe these days including QAD, the gloomy past seems to be far behind. The company has notably broadened its offering and seems to at least keep abreast of current collaborative requirements (if not staying ahead of the curve).

JOHNSON JOHNSON: include: A partnership with Johnson Controls (NYSE:JCI) to develop a next-generation Just-In-Time (JIT) Sequencing software module for MFG/PRO Announcement of Kanban Visualization, which enhances QAD s existing Supply Visualization (SV) solution More than two dozen important new functions and enhancements to MFG/PRO eB2 , specifically designed in collaboration with QAD s manufacturing customers to help address their specific needs Announcement of healthy sales momentum in Asia, with the MFG/PRO suite
9/25/2003

IFS Launches New Smartphone Apps » The TEC Blog
, tablets Comments Lidya Johnson on 24 October, 2012 at 3:45 am # The Launch of new smart phone were great and it were interesting in to use it ….. * Name: * E-mail (private) : Web site: XHTML: You can use these tags: --> * Comments: * Spam protection: Sum of 1 + 4 ?     Notify me of followup comments via e-mail --> The TEC Blog Discussing Enterprise Software and Selection Tag Cloud analytics bi BPM Business Intelligence CAD Cloud Cloud Computing CRM customer relationship management Epicor ERP HCM

JOHNSON JOHNSON: Cloud, IFS, ifs applications, IFS Touch Apps, industry watch, mobility, smartphones, tablets, TEC, Technology Evaluation, Technology Evaluation Centers, Technology Evaluation Centers Inc., blog, analyst, enterprise software, decision support.
16-10-2012

Collaborative Commerce: ERP, CRM, e-Proc, and SCM Unite! A Series Study: IFS - Part 1 of 2
IFS arrived over five years ago on U.S. shores, with a Christmas-bag full of software components that run from the front-office to back-office and back again. They’re here to play, to get recognized, and win some big Collaborative Commerce engagements. We’ll see if they’ve got the stuff to do it.

JOHNSON JOHNSON: Market Relations, and Brian Johnson, former CTO of IFS, TEC learned that IFS believes it is the fastest-growing supplier of enterprise-class business applications worldwide, bar none. In Fiscal Year 2000, the company enjoyed 74% growth in revenue licensing dollars over 1999, considerably outpacing other major ERP-based rivals such as Oracle (~50% growth), PeopleSoft (~50% growth), J.D. Edwards (~35% growth), SAP (~30% growth), and Baan (in negative territory) [Source: IFS] IFS Technology Approach  IFS
10/22/2001


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