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Bar Codes in the Manufacturing Process
Today’s business software packages depend on real-time data collection to provide information crucial to the entire manufacturing operation. As more companies

operation management in manufacturing  to the entire manufacturing operation. As more companies turn to enterprise-wide software for process improvement and cost reduction, there is a significant opportunity to enhance these systems by adding bar coding and radio-frequency identification (RFID) applications throughout manufacturing facilities. Find out more. Read More

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Demand-driven Planning in Manufacturing
Cover-time planning (CTP) is a

operation management in manufacturing  necessary functionality for efficient operations and the management of warehouses. They provide the tools and functions for optimizing the use of space, while automating reception; put-away; location replenishment; picking; warehouse maintenance; packaging, shipping; radio frequency (RF); storage and product definition; and warehouse administration and monitoring. Some users have optimized their WMS processes to pick orders faster and with increased accuracy (based on product movement frequency); and to Read More
Quote-to-order: The Major Players in the Manufacturing Arena
The latest generation of quote-to-order systems uses knowledge-based software to help reduce an organization’s dependence on its highly skilled experts. The

operation management in manufacturing  rules that perform an operation on a certain attribute. To further illustrate, if, for whatever reason, a user is prohibited from selecting the color blue, the configurator administrator should be able to easily obtain all the rules that permit the color blue, and to then investigate why blue has been prohibited. For more information, please see Can We Intelligently Use Part Numbers to Configure and Order the Right Products? Why Aren't Quote-to-order Deployments Widespread? A report from AMR Research , 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

operation management in manufacturing  are transitioning your existing operation to lean or building a new lean-based facility, Kinaxis can help you. Kinaxis provides adaptable enabling technology that accelerates the adoption of lean processes and that facilitates ongoing future improvements. Our Response Management software is in use by over 50,000 users worldwide. About Kinaxis Kinaxis stands alone in delivering an on-demand Response Management service that drives operations performance management for brand owners and contract Read More
Compliant Manufacturing Operations in Life Sciences Companies: Compliant Operations to Lead the Competition
For many life sciences organizations, a key impediment to compliant manufacturing operations remains the disconnect between enterprise and plant systems. This

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Preparing for Product Development in Process Manufacturing
Combining process industry–oriented product lifecycle management capabilities with process manufacturing–oriented enterprise resource planning ones can help

operation management in manufacturing  longer available for other operations. Effective process enterprise resource planning (ERP) software needs to be able to control how long it takes to fill the tank, determine what ingredients will be used, and determine how long the beer needs to brew. Once the brewing is completed, the software must schedule when the beer will be pumped out to be bottled, and arrange for the tank to be cleaned. When one extrapolates from this simple one-product example, one can see that scheduling an entire plant to meet Read More
Role of In-memory Analytics in Big Data Analysis
Organizations today need to handle and manage increasingly large volumes of data in various formats and coming from disparate sources. Though the benefits to be

operation management in manufacturing  your third-party systems, both operational and nonoperational.   One Technology, Multiple Vendors Vendors currently offer in-memory databases in the form of appliances and/or cloud-based applications. Appliances have the advantage of packaging the combination of software—i.e., the in-memory application and database—within the hardware—i.e., the server—while cloud-based in-memory solutions are associated with a low total cost of ownership (TCO) and low technical requirements for users. The table b Read More
Metadata Standards in the Marketplace - Why Do I Care? (And Where Does Godzilla Fit In?)
Metadata (“data about data”) is essential for data warehousing. Metadata standards allow different products to interact. Without standards, different vendors

operation management in manufacturing  can be used in cooperation. IIOP: Internet Inter-ORB Protocol. The CORBA messaging protocol used on a TCP/IP network. It allows programs (objects) to be run remotely in a network. IIOP links TCP/IP to CORBA's General Inter-ORB protocol (GIOP), which specifies how CORBA's Object Request Brokers (ORBs) communicate with each other. When a user accesses a Web page that uses a CORBA object, a small Java applet is downloaded into the web browser, which invokes the ORB to pass data to the object, execute the obj Read More
Business Process Management as a Blueprint for Mobile Workforce Management
As service organizations strive to achieve business objectives with limited resources, there is a growing need for greater visibility into business process

operation management in manufacturing  Process Management as a Blueprint for Mobile Workforce Management As service organizations strive to achieve business objectives with limited resources, there is a growing need for greater visibility into business process effectiveness. This is made more difficult by ever-changing business processes and exceptions management. This white paper explains how business process management (BPM) benefits mobile workforce management and outlines how a service-focused BPM solution enables faster BPM Read More
Portfolio Management
Portfolio management provides insight into what is the best way to distribute resources among the various innovative options/projects to ensure that a maximum

operation management in manufacturing  Management Portfolio management provides insight into what is the best way to distribute resources among the various innovative options/projects to ensure that a maximum yield is realized against acceptable risks; there is a good fit between the projects and the various strategic themes; and there is a good mix between the various types of projects. Read this paper to learn about the different approaches used n portfolio management. Read More
Sage 500 ERP for Discrete Manufacturing ERP Certification Report
Sage 500 ERP (formerly Sage ERP MAS 500) is TEC Certified for online evaluation of discrete manufacturing enterprise resource planning (ERP) solutions in the

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EMC Documentum: A Brief on Its Content Management Offerings in 2012
The EMC Documentum family of products covers a range of content management, case management, and governance applications, and plays to current shifts across the

operation management in manufacturing  Documentum: A Brief on Its Content Management Offerings in 2012 The EMC Documentum family of products covers a range of content management, case management, and governance applications, and plays to current shifts across the information management landscape. In this report, TEC's director of knowledge services Josh Chalifour looks at the directions in which EMC is focusing its products and services, and how that relates to requirements you may have for your content management initiatives. Read More
More Than
“Talent” traditionally refers to key people—executives, experts, rock stars, etc.—that a company does not want to lose, while the majority of the company’s

operation management in manufacturing  Than Talent : Exploring Talent Management and Workforce Management as a Continuum “Talent” traditionally refers to key people—executives, experts, rock stars, etc.—that a company does not want to lose, while the majority of the company’s workforce are people who are considered more easily replaceable. But the general workforce can serve as a pool for future talent. This thought leadership explores some of the principles that are driving talent management and workforce management Read More
Competing in a Big-box World: How Retailers Can Leverage Technology to Thrive in Today’s Retail Environment
Industry analysts and retail executives agree that, although competitive prices are a must, “low price” as a leading strategy will no longer lead to long-term

operation management in manufacturing  in a Big-box World: How Retailers Can Leverage Technology to Thrive in Today’s Retail Environment Industry analysts and retail executives agree that, although competitive prices are a must, “low price” as a leading strategy will no longer lead to long-term business success. To successfully compete, midsized retailers must carve out a niche based on creative strategies, including better and more localized product assortments, flawless price management and execution, and optimized inventory Read More

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