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Managing Business Risk in Industrial Equipment and Supply
Industrial equipment manufacturers and maintenance, repair, and operations (MRO) distributors can’t afford to miss bidding deadlines, delivery dates, product

waste electrical and electronic equipment directive  directives include the 2005 Waste Electrical & Electronics Equipment (WEEE) law, which puts responsibility for equipment disposal on the manufacturers, and the Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) . RoHS went into affect in 2006 and restricts the use of six hazardous materials in products produced and sold in the EU. Other countries are following suit, including China, South Korea and Japan (see Figure 7). In the US, California has been the first state to recognize the mandates and passed a law Read More...
Electronic Medical Records (EMR) for the Health Care Industry
Electronic Medical Records (EMR) assists physicians and other clinicians document patient care for current visits and provides access to patient clinical history. Sometimes may be referred to as co...
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Coordinating Outsourced Manufacturing: A Win-win Proposition for Both Sides of Manufacturing Partnerships
Managing the demands of constant change is one of the biggest challenges facing the electronics manufacturing services (EMS) industry today. Collaboration

waste electrical and electronic equipment directive  Restriction of Hazardous Substances/ Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (RoHS/WEEE) Directive, impose new compliance requirements on the virtual enterprise. Having adequate visibility and understanding into such change drivers is crucial for today's manufacturers. The RoHS/WEEE Directive restricts the use of six hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment sold in the European Union. This environmental legislation will impact every electronics manufacturer, regardless of Read More...

High-tech and electronics, chemical, and oil and gas industries each have their fair share of regulatory requirements to meet, and an increasing number include

waste electrical and electronic equipment directive  conscious European market. The Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment ( WEEE) Directive, which establishes rules for the collection, treatment, recycling, and recovery of electronic waste in the EU. The directive states that electronics manufacturers and importers must manage and pay for the recycling of electrical and electronics waste. EU member countries have been required to meet WEEE recycling targets since the end of 2006. For more detailed information on WEEE, see Off-loading Some Green Read More...
Has SAP Become a PLM Factor to Be Reckoned With?
You have probably heard of SAP’s recent blockbuster acquisitions, but did you know about the vendor’s fervent in-house innovation and newly developed products

waste electrical and electronic equipment directive  Hazardous Substances) Directive, WEEE (Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment) Directive, and GHS (Globally Harmonized System) compliance capabilities. Prior to the acquisition, Technidata was an SAP-endorsed regulatory solutions provider with more than 300 customers. SAP PLM handles product and process definition via recipe formulations, product specifications, and product label management. For more info on the exacting PLM needs of process manufacturing industries, see TEC’s recent blog post Read More...
The Best-kept Secret in the Product Lifecycle Management Mid-market
The name Omnify Software may hardly come to mind when one thinks of the product lifecycle management (PLM) leaders, but that might change down the track

waste electrical and electronic equipment directive  adherence to RoHS and Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) compliance directives even easier. (For more information, see Off-loading Some Green Compliance Burdens: Can Enterprise Applications Meet the Challenge? ) Integrating Omnify into EMA’s EDM solution has provided the five key capabilities that bolstered the VAR’s compliance-by-design philosophy, which is described in the following excerpt from EMA’s press release : Configuration Management. OEMs need to manage data related to all Read More...
Yet Another ERP/CRM Partnership
Solomon Software Inc., a leading provider of mid-market financial and business management systems, and SalesLogix, a leading provider of electronic customer

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Leveraging IT and Electronic Discovery Technology to Meet the Expected Challenges Posed by Recent Changes to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure
When it comes to electronic discovery, the process of producing digital information as part of a legal matter, ignorance is no longer bliss. An overarching

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e-Procurement Is Not Electronic Purchasing
This is the transcript of an Audio Conference on e-procurement conducted by TEC during which brief case studies of how companies have improved inventory turns

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Electronic Product Code (EPC): A Key to RFID
The real benefits of radio frequency identification will be achieved, when the integration of the EPC data will be a substantial part for the control of supply

waste electrical and electronic equipment directive  and simplify and improve waste management and recycling efforts. Data in a distribution center (DC), once within range of a reader, will be supposedly captured, accepted and then executed against by a supply chain execution (SCE) solution like a warehouse management system (WMS) or a transportation management system (TMS) application suite. With RFID/WMS/TMS integration, it could be possible to have totally automated logistics tracking processes, enabling products to pass through the DC without manual Read More...
Lean Tools and Practices that Eliminate Manufacturing Waste
A number of lean manufacturing tools and practices have long been used to reduce manufacturing waste. These include the five S's, visual controls, standardized

waste electrical and electronic equipment directive  Practices that Eliminate Manufacturing Waste Tools and Practices that Deal with Waste Lean Manufacturing: A Primer described seven categories of waste. The following dozen or so fundamental technical tools and practices of lean manufacturing have long been used to curb or eliminate some of these types of waste. Note that this is not necessarily an exhaustive list, nor are the items within it in any particular order of importance. This is Part Two of a multi-part note. The Five S's The first practice Read More...
Off-loading Some Green Compliance Burdens: Can Enterprise Applications Meet the Challenge?
The European Union’s WEEE Directive requires electronics manufacturers of member states to manage and pay for electrical and electronics waste recycling. Yet

waste electrical and electronic equipment directive  of the EU. The Waste Electrical and Electronics Equipment (WEEE) Directive 2006/96/EC sets recycling and reuse standards across a variety of industries from home appliances to computer products. The WEEE directive holds the manufacturer (producer) ultimately accountable for recovering products and for recycling up to 75 percent of the material content by weight. Failure to comply results in the manufacturer paying a penalty of 2 percent of its annual revenue. In other words, the WEEE directive Read More...
John Deere Dealer Network Engages Employees with Ultimate Software’s UltiPro
RDO Equipment distributes, sells, services, and rents construction and agricultural equipment. The company operates the largest network of John Deere retail

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The Next Generation of Overall Equipment Efficiency
In asset-intensive industries, the need for an overall equipment efficiency (OEE) system is driven by the need to capture real-time information. When equipment

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Establishing an Electronic Supply Network: Is Connecting Together all Participants Achievable?
In a world that’s constantly demanding better communication to improve the level of perfect orders, while optimising working capital and reducing supply costs

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Best Practices in Complex Equipment Manufacturing, Sales, and Service
Best practices in technology can help manufacturers of complex products and equipment get their offerings to market more quickly and profitably by enabling them

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