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Manufacturing Software for an Integrated Steel Plant
Manufacturing processes for an integrated steel plant typically encompass three distinct types of manufacturing: flow manufacturing, process manufacturing, and

steel software  useful to an integrated steel plant should be able to meet these fundamental requirements. This aspect of numerous stops along the journey as well as the journey itself can be captured and described only if the software vendor has detailed knowledge of the processes involved in an integrated steel plant. Stages of Production and Intermediate Products An integrated steel plant produces either finished steel products in the form of rolled or extruded products, or semifinished products in the form of steel

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ERP for Mill-based and Material Converting Environments

The ERP for Mill-based and Material Converting Environments knowledge base focuses on a range of industrial activities that add value to raw materials by processing them into a form suitable for further manufacturing or for immediate end-use. These activities include traditional mills that turn grain into flour or extract sucrose from sugar cane; the spinning and weaving mills of the textiles and carpets sectors; the rolling plants of steel, aluminum, and other metals semi-fabricators; to the continuous outputs of paper and board mills. 

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Software Works, Inc


Overview Software Works, Inc (SWI) is an ERP/CRM solutions supplier delivering a range of ERP Products from major ERP suppliers, lementation consulting services, software development, and ERP value-added products that fit the needs of customers. With expertise in Software Services, Technology Services, and Business Intelligence, SWI customers receive a full service solution – a solution that works. Doing business for nearly a decade, SWI has delivered results to hundreds of customers in a variety of industries, industries such as food/beverage, biotech, chemicals, steel, and pharmaceuticals. SWI industry expertise and long history of project experience in financials, distribution, and manufacturing (process and discreet) are key components in SWI delivering solutions that work. Software Services This business unit provides customers with ERP/CRM implementations, integration, project management, training and solution support, and value-added development of enhancements and products for your ERP/CRM solution. SWI Software Services also provide packaged product solutions for automating data intensive transaction processes with products such as wireless bar coding (via a thin-device configuration) and automated payment processing. Technology Managed Services This business unit provides services such as corporate/site infrastructure analysis, security/risk assessment, network, OS and hardware health, and future growth requirements assessment. Database Management Services are available to assure failure recovery, maximum performance and uptime. Business Intelligence SWI specializes in the Business Intelligence delivery and integration of end-user, ad-hoc query, reporting and analytics - deploying the worlds leading BI products from Business Objects. With extensive ERP/CRM experience, SWI specializes in helping companies get the most from their ERP/CRM investment. The SWI slogan, Putting Intelligence to Work is what we do with the Business Object product suite, SWI has helped a host of companies such as Barr Laboratories, Nioxin, and Boars Head to leverage their ERP/CRM enterprise data into information that makes people smarter.

steel software  as food/beverage, biotech, chemicals, steel, and pharmaceuticals. SWI industry expertise and long history of project experience in financials, distribution, and manufacturing (process and discreet) are key components in SWI delivering solutions that work. Software Services This business unit provides customers with ERP/CRM implementations, integration, project management, training and solution support, and value-added development of enhancements and products for your ERP/CRM solution. SWI Software Read More

SCM Software for Mills


Demand for mill products especially in the metals and packaging industry is growing fast. This presents a good opportunity for the software vendors who cater to the needs of customers in these industries. But these industries have some unique requirements which are discussed throughout this article. Supply chain management software which does planning and execution for manufacturing, transportation, distribution etc. for mills industry, needs to address these unique requirements.

steel software  cutting, surface treatment etc. Steel, other metals, paper, packaging material, textiles, and some other similar products manufacturing industry segments constitute the mill industry. Each of these industry segments may have a different set of unique requirements but all of them share some common operational and business similarities. For example, a typical order may consist of product names, weight, material grade, width, surface treatment, length, roll or coil inner core diameter, roll or coil outer Read More

Does Supply Chain Management Software Make Sense in Wholesale Distribution?


This paper examines the steel service center segment of the wholesale distribution industry as a case in point of the challenges facing distributors and the relief offered through supply chain software.

steel software  the value chain, adding steel processing to their product/service bundle. Other types of distributors have incorporated value-added services that are appropriate for their own customers. Software Matures    Supply chain planning software applications emerged on the market about 15 years ago. The applications have improved, the technology on which they have been built has become more available, and the architecture has become more open. The first companies to appreciate the potential of such Read More

Leading Solution Provider to Steel Manufacturers Gets Acquired-Why?


When one company acquires another, who benefits? It seems PSI’s recent acquisition of AIS will benefit both—as well as their clients and the steel industry as a whole. The combined solution offering will address APS, MES, SCM, and more.

steel software  five years, as most steel manufacturers will be using a planning and scheduling software system. The demand for software specifically for the metals market will shrink as more steel manufacturers come onboard with some kind of MES or APS tool. AIS has been acquired by PSI, but will continue marketing and selling its product and services to steel industry; as noted above, AIS will lose out on new growth opportunities in other sectors of process-based industries. AIS's product is extremely customizable and Read More

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3C Software


3C Software, founded in 1988 in Atlanta, Georgia (US), has taken a comprehensive approach to developing cost management solutions for process and complex manufacturers. Through interviews with everyone involved in cost management—from accountants to engineers to chief financial officers (CFOs)—3C software creates a solution that offers functionality that is both comparable with any accounting method and integrative with other enterprise and manufacturing systems.

steel software  Software 3C Software, founded in 1988 in Atlanta, Georgia (US), has taken a comprehensive approach to developing cost management solutions for process and complex manufacturers. Through interviews with everyone involved in cost management—from accountants to engineers to chief financial officers (CFOs)—3C software creates a solution that offers functionality that is both comparable with any accounting method and integrative with other enterprise and manufacturing systems. Read More

Moxie Software


Moxie Software is a customer-centric enterprise social software company that enables companies to connect employees, customers, and partners to engage in business, share knowledge, and collaborate. Moxie Insight, Moxie's thought leadership division, provides research in enterprise technology, talent development, and collaborative innovation.

steel software  Software Moxie Software is a customer-centric enterprise social software company that enables companies to connect employees, customers, and partners to engage in business, share knowledge, and collaborate. Moxie Insight, Moxie's thought leadership division, provides research in enterprise technology, talent development, and collaborative innovation. Read More

Custom Software Development


CTGroup Software provides software development outsourcing services in mobile and wireless application development, system programming, and web development. The company also provides a full range of quality assurance services, including testing, implementation, prototyping, architecture design, technology selection, feasibility study, and requirements analysis. It uses technologies including JAVA, J2EE, Microsoft .Net, and C++.    

steel software  Software Development CTGroup Software provides software development outsourcing services in mobile and wireless application development, system programming, and web development. The company also provides a full range of quality assurance services, including testing, implementation, prototyping, architecture design, technology selection, feasibility study, and requirements analysis. It uses technologies including JAVA, J2EE, Microsoft .Net, and C++. Read More

Fatal Flaws in ERP Software Create Opportunity for Niche Software in CPG Companies


ERP software may fail to meet critical business requirements. When companies find that their ERP doesn't meet all of their business requirements, they should investigate niche software vendors who are focused on fixing fatal flaws. This paper discusses one of the potential fatal flaw areas in the CPG industry.

steel software  Flaws in ERP Software Create Opportunity for Niche Software in CPG Companies Fatal Flaws in ERP Software Create Opportunity for Niche Software in CPG Companies Featured Author - Bill Friend* - April 24, 2004 Overview After companies purchase an enterprise resource planning (ERP) system they may discover that the ERP software fails to provide all of the functionality their business requires. These shortfalls have been characterized as fatal flaws . If a company uncovers a fatal flaw in their ERP softw Read More

Software Evaluation and Software Selection


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steel software  Evaluation and Software Selection It is daunting for corporate IT buyers to discern the true capabilities, strengths, and weaknesses of a given enterprise application suite. Buyers' project teams are inundated with marketing information from vendors struggling to differentiate themselves. Functional cross-over and software integration have caused product overlap and a lot of confusion in the market. Mergers and acquisitions are also creating problems, as companies cannibalize the competition to Read More

Entry Software Corporation


Since it was founded in 1998 in London, Ontario (Canada), Entry Software Corporation has provided work management solutions for information technology (IT) departments. TeamHeadquarters, Entry's flagship product, is a suite combining project management, portfolio management, help desk, and document management.

steel software  Software Corporation Since it was founded in 1998 in London, Ontario (Canada), Entry Software Corporation has provided work management solutions for information technology (IT) departments. TeamHeadquarters, Entry's flagship product, is a suite combining project management, portfolio management, help desk, and document management. Read More

On-premise to On-demand: The Software as a Service Opportunity for Independent Software Vendors


Predictions of the death of software are overstated. In reality, businesses are becoming more reliant on technology, not less. What’s changing, however, is the number of options available for managing, delivering, and paying for software applications. Many independent software vendors recognize the benefits of offering software as a service--a delivery alternative that can present long-term benefits for all parties.

steel software  premise to On-demand: The Software as a Service Opportunity for Independent Software Vendors Predictions of the death of software are overstated. In reality, businesses are becoming more reliant on technology, not less. What’s changing, however, is the number of options available for managing, delivering, and paying for software applications. Many independent software vendors recognize the benefits of offering software as a service--a delivery alternative that can present long-term benefits for all Read More

Distribution in a Challenging Economy: Online (Software as a Service) versus Traditional Software


When considering major purchases, most people ask, “Why rent when you can buy?” But with IT systems, the reverse may be true. Software as a service (SaaS) offers many advantages over traditional software, especially in terms of the on-going costs of maintaining and upgrading systems. Learn how passing those burdens on to a SaaS vendor can help your company focus on optimizing efficiency, productivity, and profitability.

steel software  in a Challenging Economy: Online (Software as a Service) versus Traditional Software When considering major purchases, most people ask, “Why rent when you can buy?” But with IT systems, the reverse may be true. Software as a service (SaaS) offers many advantages over traditional software, especially in terms of the on-going costs of maintaining and upgrading systems. Learn how passing those burdens on to a SaaS vendor can help your company focus on optimizing efficiency, productivity, and Read More

American Software, Inc


Founded in 1970 and headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia (US), American Software develops, markets, and supports an offering of integrated business applications, including enterprise-wide supply chain management (SCM), Internet commerce, financial, and manufacturing packages. e-Intelliprise is a total enterprise resource planning (ERP)/SCM suite, which leverages Internet connectivity and includes multiple manufacturing methodologies. American Software owns 88 percent of Logility, Inc. (NASDAQ: LGTY), a leading supplier of collaborative supply chain solutions. Other wholly-owned subsidiaries include New Generation Computing, a supplier of ERP systems to the textile and apparel industry, Demand Management, Inc., and The Proven Method.

steel software  Software, Inc Founded in 1970 and headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia (US), American Software develops, markets, and supports an offering of integrated business applications, including enterprise-wide supply chain management (SCM), Internet commerce, financial, and manufacturing packages. e-Intelliprise is a total enterprise resource planning (ERP)/SCM suite, which leverages Internet connectivity and includes multiple manufacturing methodologies. American Software owns 88 percent of Logility, Inc. Read More