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Requirement Traceability-A Tester's Approach
The value of a requirement traceability matrix is in its ability to track and monitor each requirement to be incorporated into the customer's product throughout

system traceability  requirements crept into the system and remained unnoticed until the customer detected them. Thus, maintaining the traceability of requirements at every stage also helps in rolling back if any divergence in requirements is reported. Conclusion In the testing phase, traceability gives a clear picture to validate the business requirement and function developed. From a tester's perspective, it is very important to answer the following questions: What is being tested or validated against? How is it being Read More...
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Five Critical Software Requirements for Improved Product Safety and Traceability
Food, beverage, chemical, and pharmaceutical companies are being forced to leverage new technology to meet evolving product safety and lot traceability

system traceability  Critical Software Requirements for Improved Product Safety and Traceability Food, beverage, chemical, and pharmaceutical companies are being forced to leverage new technology to meet evolving product safety and lot traceability requirements related to stringent FDA and USDA regulations. For you to take advantage of these sophisticated new tools, there are five critical software requirements your enterprise resource planning (ERP) software should meet. Download this white paper to find out what they Read More...
Is Intentia Truly Industry’s First In Food Traceability?
With the acquisition of 49% of the Norwegian software company Scase, Intentia claims to be the first Enterprise Applications provider to offer an integrated

system traceability  starts with livestock. Some system issues do impact the users of some ERP applications though. Regulatory requirements for full product tracing varies by type of product and country, but may include for example, the identity of the source (farm), where in the warehouse (slot location for example) a specific product was stored, which piece of production equipment was used in processing the item, which truck did it go on, etc. Integration of quality data is an important part of the requirements, and the Read More...
Tying the Shop Floor to the ERP System
Enterprise resource planning (ERP) on the shop floor is critical. High-performing manufacturers have found that full integration of real-time operational data

system traceability  strategy for production. The system can ensure that no machine operation is underway until settings are met. Traceability from station to station allows management to tie into environmental systems, hydraulics and manage energy systems. We easily match receipts to our internal purchase orders, and match purchase orders to invoices – saving $100 per PO processed. Once the shop floor machines are online, it's easy to focus resources, eliminate waste, improve quality and work more efficiently. Today, Read More...
Meeting the Challenges of Product Traceability with Automated Data Collection
An effective traceability system involves determining which product and manufacturing process attributes to collect and maintain@and deciding when during the

system traceability  difficult for an ERP system to meet a specific traceability requirement out of the box. Some examples of the very long list of data attributes that may need to be tracked include; job, material, heat/lot (or other raw material characteristics, serial, pallet, container, part (item), each part produced by shift, line, machine, tooling, worker, expiration date, use by date, truck temperature, or QA results. Collecting traceability data needs to be an integral part of the same automated data collection Read More...
Can You Add New Life To an Old ERP System?
Getting ERP transaction data into a summarized form that is useful to knowledge workers is one way to extend the value of your ERP system. This article

system traceability  to your existing ERP system were set forward in Thompson's article. But before you look to new ERP functionality, you should see if you are getting the full benefit out of your existing system. If not, are there ways to add new life to your current ERP system without going into an extensive development project. Whether you have an old or new ERP system you have probably learned that to maximize its value, you have to work hard at getting information from the ERP system to key users. According to Read More...
8 Rules for Investing in a New Accounting System
Find out if your current system is a drag on your company in Eight Rules for Investing in a New Accounting System.

system traceability  in a New Accounting System Are you sure your financial and accounting system is helping your company grow? It might actually be holding it back. Find out if your current system is a drag on your company in Eight Rules for Investing in a New Accounting System . You'll learn about the warning signs of a financial and accounting system that is dangerously outdated or lacking in critical functionality—and what you can do about it. You'll also discover the eight rules for choosing a system that will take Read More...
Common Phone System Buying Problems
There are so many choices out there on phone systems that it can be very difficult to make an educated decision without dedicating days or weeks researching all

system traceability  Phone System Buying Problems There are so many choices out there on phone systems that it can be very difficult to make an educated decision without dedicating days or weeks researching all of the vendors and options available. Rather than learning the hard way, know some of the common problems that people often run into when buying a new business phone system so you understand the obstacles you will face in your buying decision and how to get around them. Read More...
Warehouse Management Systems: Pie in the Sky or Floating Bakery?Part Two: The Pareto Principle, Processes, and People: Assessing Your Warehouse Management System Needs
To ensure your warehouse management system is implemented as painlessly as possible, you must assess your warehouse situation before you decide on a warehouse

system traceability  Assessing Your Warehouse Management System Needs Introduction After understanding the myths behind the claims of huge staff reductions , quick and easy implementation , and the fast and big return on investment, you need to know what type of features and functionality you should look for in a warehouse management system. The bells and whistles of a system might look enticing, but what you ultimately need to do is determine your own needs. Using the Pareto Principle, where a minority of inputs Read More...
10 Golden Rules for Choosing a Telephony System
Now that phone systems can be delivered over a network, even smaller companies can have access to enterprise-grade calling features. Like any business-critical

system traceability  for Choosing a Telephony System Now that phone systems can be delivered over a network, even smaller companies can have access to enterprise-grade calling features. Like any business-critical system, a telephony system is a major deployment that should be undertaken only after a thorough discovery of both your existing infrastructure and users’ needs. This checklist offers 10 rules to help you choose a new telephony system for your organization. Read More...
Meat and Seafood Traceability: A Weighty Issue
Traceability is among the top priorities of meat and seafood processing companies, and they need solutions. This white paper shares best practices on

system traceability  and Seafood Traceability: A Weighty Issue Traceability is among the top priorities of meat and seafood processing companies, and they need solutions. This white paper shares best practices on traceability and recall readiness—specifically around the management of product types unique to your industry such as catch-weights and by-products, and how technology can help you meet these unique requirements. Get the details and know the industry-specific functionality you need to be able to meet the Read More...
System Models and Simulation
Understanding how a system really works is the first step toward using, improving, automating, or explaining it to others. The basic concept of a system is that

system traceability  Simulation Understanding how a system really works is the first step toward using, improving, automating, or explaining it to others. The basic concept of a system is that it is driven by cause and effect—but there is so much more to understanding its full complexity. The best place to start is by learning how causal loop diagrams (CLDs) are used to model dynamic systems by identifying variables and causal effects. Read More...
Most Overlooked Features when Buying a Business Phone System
When buying a new business phone system you are faced with a wide variety of phone features to choose from. Before you buy, make sure you don’t overlook these

system traceability  Buying a Business Phone System When buying a new business phone system you are faced with a wide variety of phone features to choose from. Before you buy, make sure you don’t overlook these commonly forgotten features. This guide details such features as conferencing, auto attendant, mobile extensions, and many other valuable features. Read More...
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Microsoft Axapta: Design Factors Shape System Usage Part Three: Manufacturing Environments
If you are implementing or considering Microsoft Axapta as your ERP system, or providing Axapta-related services, this note provides an overall understanding of

system traceability  Axapta: Design Factors Shape System Usage Part Three: Manufacturing Environments This note is a reprint of Chapter 12 of Managing Your Supply Chain using Microsoft Axapta by Dr. Scott Hamilton, available at Amazon.com and book stores. System Usage in Manufacturing Environments The standardized functionality in an ERP system shapes its usage. Efforts to use the system should be guided by (rather than run counter to) its fundamental underlying design. This section reviews the major design factors affecting Read More...

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