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Pull vs Push: a Discussion of Lean, JIT, Flow, and Traditional MRP Part 1: Tutorial
Flow manufacturing leverages techniques to help manufacturers create any product on any given day, in any given quantity including the

tutorial mrp  Traditional MRP Part 1: Tutorial Flow Manufacturing The lean manufacturing support philosophy has recently received increased interest, potentially allowing it to break like a huge wave across industry. The Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems of the 1990s have been burdened with the liability of carrying on some well-publicized Material Requirements Planning (MRP) problems like complex bills of material (BOMs), inefficient workflows and unnecessary transactions, activities, and data collections.

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MISys


Manufacturing Information Systems, Inc. (MISys) has been developing integrated manufacturing resource planning (MRP) software since 1983, and is located in Woodstock, Vermont (US). The MISys Manufacturing System is targeted towards small- to medium-sized manufacturers. There have been over 7,800 installations of the MISys Manufacturing System in over 43 countries.

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A Case Study and Tutorial in Using IT Knowledge Based Tools Part 1: Decision Support Discussion


In going through a business decision process for complex technology selections, more and more use is being made of technologically driven processes using Decision support tools and captured knowledge. The use of these systems and the capability to drive a solution from them assumes an ability to accurately express business requirements and business value within these tools. In this article, we explore the marriage of knowledge management and decision support in forming knowledge based selection systems and procedures that can assist in reducing the current appalling record of IT project failures. This is illustrated by the process to select a Personal Digital Assistant (PDA).

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ERP Systems and the ETO Manufacturing Market Part One: Event Summary


Users increasingly look for an enterprise resource planning (ERP) system designed for a specific business, since software that combines industry-specific functionality with the flexibility to accommodate each company's unique processes goes a long way toward improving the functional fit and the speed of implementation.

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Lawson


Lawson Software (Nasdaq: LWSN) provides software and service solutions to 4,000 customers in manufacturing, distribution, maintenance, and service sector industries across 40 countries. Lawson’s solutions include enterprise performance management, supply chain management (SCM), enterprise resource planning (ERP), customer relationship management (CRM), manufacturing resource planning (MRP), and enterprise asset management (EAM). Headquartered in St. Paul, Minnesota (US), Lawson has forty offices worldwide. Lawson provides open, standards-based software solutions that fundamentally improve customers’ business performance. The open architecture of Lawson’s solutions gives customers superior quality, a low total cost of ownership and a path to a service-oriented architecture (SOA). Lawson’s technology platform--Lawson System Foundation 9--combines Lawson's newest technology with world-class middleware from IBM for a high-performance solution that delivers comprehensive security, scalability, and usability. It also preserves customers' choice of hardware platform while providing a foundation for next-generation Lawson applications designed for use within SOA environments. Lawson is building its next-generation applications using its Landmark technology environment, which dramatically reduces the amount of source code and produces virtually error-free, consistent Java code. This Java-based code delivers interoperability that protects and extends Lawson customers’ existing IT investments while ensuring compatibility with future applications and technologies. Lawson’s industry focus and flexible product design enables fast and easy deployment. The company’s expertise within its target markets allows its services teams to radically simplify the process of deploying Lawson applications. As a result, customers save time, effort, and expense in implementing, maintaining, and using Lawson applications. In addition, Lawson’s professional services organization provides industry-specific implementation advice focused on best practices and value delivery.

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Selecting PLM Software Solutions Part 5 - User Recommendations


This tutorial points out the significance of buyers researching PLM technology vendors before determining the short list and vendors researching the viability of the opportunity before committing time and money to a sales effort. Since a 'one-size-fits-all' product is still not quite a viable possibility, almost every product can win provided certain set of requirements. The Catch 22 for both buyers and vendors/VARs is to pinpoint the right opportunity in this ongoing 'dating game'.

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Intuitive Manufacturing Systems Shows Maturity in Adolescent Age Part One: Company Overview


Having reached its first decade of existence, Intuitive Manufacturing Systems, a stealth mid-market ERP provider, has long taken the plunge of rewriting its system onto the pure Microsoft .NET managed code framework, which might bear fruits in the long run, if not immediately.

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Supporting the Lean Value Stream with Technology Solutions


In today’s manufacturing environment, suppliers and manufacturers alike need to be highly selective when choosing an enterprise resource planning vendor to support their product-specific Lean value-streams. Technology is a key element in the success of Lean manufacturing, and should be selected with an eye to the entire value-stream. Infor examines all elements of a Lean value-stream in this must-read white paper.

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Master Requirement Planning and Master Production Scheduling Software: Hard Facts Part Two: Materials Requirement Planning and Master Production Scheduling


Most of the manufacturing software vendors have planning and scheduling software which assume either infinite production capacity for calculating quantities of raw material and work in progress (WIP) requirements or infinite quantities of raw and WIP materials for calculating production capacity. There are many problems with this approach. This paper discusses the pitfalls of this approach and how to avoid these by making sure that the software you buy indeed takes into account finite quantities of required materials as well as finite capacities of work centers in your manufacturing facility.

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The Marriage of Virtual Machines, Software as a Service, and Cloud Computing


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QAD has long shifted its focus from being a mere ERP vendor dedicated to the industrial mid-market to fully leveraging the Internet in the applications it provides to manufacturers and distributors to link their back-office systems to those of their business partners via private trading exchanges.

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