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Non-Traditional Hours: Key Strategies for Creating Flexible and Productive Work Schedules
Enabled by technology, more and more companies are now allowing—and, in some cases, requiring—employees to work flexible schedules. In this era of VoIP, Skype

schedules  Flexible and Productive Work Schedules Enabled by technology, more and more companies are now allowing—and, in some cases, requiring—employees to work flexible schedules. In this era of VoIP, Skype, cloud apps, and mobile devices, some employees really can be as productive (or more so) working off-site. The advantages for companies begin with more engaged, productive workers, and lower overhead costs. So know what you need to consider for flexible work arrangements and the golden rules for developing Read More...
Discrete Manufacturing (ERP)
The simplified definition of enterprise resource planning (ERP) software is a set of applications that automate finance and human resources departments and help manufacturers handle jobs such as or...
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2008 ERP in the Mid-market
Increased global competition and rising costs place continued pressure on all midsize companies to optimize resources, meet tighter delivery schedules, and

schedules  resources, meet tighter delivery schedules, and improve overall responsiveness. When looking at the pressures driving the top performers of midsize companies, however, the story is different. Find out why—and how these drivers affect the enterprise resource planning (ERP) strategies of these best-in-class companies. Read More...
Promises Kept: Creating Flexible Production Schedules Without Sacrificing On-Time Delivery
For manufacturers, production strategies focused on resource utilization, flexible scheduling, and the usage of supporting ERP data mean that promises will be

schedules  Kept: Creating Flexible Production Schedules Without Sacrificing On-Time Delivery For manufacturers, production strategies focused on resource utilization, flexible scheduling, and the usage of supporting ERP data mean that promises will be kept, suppliers will be happy, and customer expectations will continue to be met. This paper gives best practices for unlocking the full power of ERP in confronting and overcoming unrealistic delivery dates, and demonstrates the benefits that can be realized from Read More...
Case Study: R.G. Barry
R.G. Barry, a leading developer and marketer of accessory footwear, lacked real-time visibility into production schedules at its factories. As a result, the

schedules  real-time visibility into production schedules at its factories and relied on emails and verbal communications. As a result, the company built more safety stock, required longer lead times, and could not quickly update customers on the status of their orders. The Solution: R.G. Barry selected e-SPS®, a web-based global sourcing solution that provides real-time visibility and collaboration throughout the supply chain. The Results: The company expects that e-SPS will help R.G. Barry reduce its lead times Read More...
Welch's
Learn how Welch's found a solution that would give it the ability to optimize and coordinate its short-term production schedules while building long-term master

schedules  coordinate its short-term production schedules while building long-term master production schedule (MPS) based on the capacity constraints, inventory targets, and manpower. Read More...
Thinking Radically: Interview with Gary Cokins
One of the things I love about my job is the opportunity I have to speak with great people. In this installment of Thinking Radically, I speak with Gary Cokins,

schedules  Radically: Interview with Gary Cokins One of the things I love about my job is the opportunity I have to speak with great people. In this installment of Thinking Radically , I speak with Gary Cokins, an internationally-renowned speaker and expert on performance improvement systems. Please take a minute to read this interesting and informative interview with one of the gurus in the business performance and analytics spaces. Gary Cokins is an internationally recognized expert, speaker, and author in Read More...
Waking Up to a “New Day” at Infor
Moving away from the relentless acquisitions of the past, Infor is waking up to a brand new day, marked by innovative product development that will change the

schedules  Up to a “New Day” at Infor Infor , the third-largest provider of business application software with 70,000 customers and annual revenues estimated at nearly $2 billion (USD), is reinventing itself under the direction of new chief executive officer (CEO) Charles Phillips, who joined the company from Oracle in October 2010. Observers agree that Phillips has his work cut out to build a strong challenger to giants SAP and Oracle, given Infor’s checkered past. But observers also agree that if Read More...
TEC Industry Watch: Enterprise Software News for the Week of April 30th, 2012
SOFTWARE SELECTIONS @ DEPLOYMENTSEuropean manufacturer of construction chemicals selects IFS ApplicationsIndustry tags: Process manufacturing, mining

schedules  Industry Watch: Enterprise Software News for the Week of April 30th, 2012 SOFTWARE SELECTIONS & DEPLOYMENTS European manufacturer of construction chemicals selects IFS Applications Industry tags: Process manufacturing, mining Polish corporation Atlas Group, which operates 18 business entities and 5 mines in Poland and internationally, has selected IFS Applications as its corporate-level ERP system. The first areas slated for implementation will be financials, distribution, manufacturing, maintenance, Read More...
You Still Need ERP, Even If Naysayers Say You Don’t
After coming across the Forbes article The End Of ERP and quite a few spin-off articles about the imminent death of ERP, I became somewhat concerned about how

schedules  Still Need ERP, Even If Naysayers Say You Don’t After coming across the Forbes article The End Of ERP and quite a few spin-off articles about the imminent death of ERP, I became somewhat concerned about how this topic was being handled by people in the know and other IT experts. Here’s my take on it. ERP Exists for a Reason... ERP’s original raison d’être was to integrate core business functional areas and business processes such as finance, HR, production, order management, inventory, etc., Read More...
TEC Industry Watch: Enterprise Software News for the Week of September 3, 2012
SOFTWARE SELECTIONSIndustrial lubricants manufacturer IRMCO selects ProcessPro Premier ERP softwareIndustry tags: manufacturing

schedules  before they impact budgets, schedules, and the public. San Francisco will leverage Envista's offering for project coordination, permit workflow management, special events, street incidents, etc. The offering is available as SaaS and is fully Web accessible. It's easy to see why San Francisco chose Envista's ROW platform to help manage the multitude of ROW issues for its mobile and dynamic population. — Ted Rohm, TEC Analyst MERGERS & ACQUISITIONS Access acquires BI vendor Prelytis Industry tags: Read More...
No One Said Sourcing Overseas Would Be Easy
The many challenges and risks that retailers face when sourcing globally could be mitigated with the right software tools. Yet the sad fact is that few

schedules  One Said Sourcing Overseas Would Be Easy For all the reasons detailed in The Anatomy of Retail Sourcing Processes , the issue of how to achieve more transparent and cohesive sourcing processes has become a frontline concern for many retailers, driven by boardroom directives to boost margins through the direct sourcing of lower priced international products. For more information and background, please see The Blessing and Curse of Global Sourcing and Supplier Management , Distinctions and Benefits of Read More...
What Small Businesses Need to Know in Today’s Regulatory Environment
Today, entrepreneurs running small-to-medium sized businesses face daunting tasks that just a few years ago were not existent. The complexities of the business

schedules  Small Businesses Need to Know in Today’s Regulatory Environment Source: SAP Resources Related to What Small Businesses Need to Know in Today's Regulatory Environment : Sarbanes–Oxley Act(SOX) (Wikipedia) What Small Businesses Need to Know in Today's Regulatory Environment Sarbanes-Oxley Compliance Software is also known as : Software Solution , Particular Software Solution , Enterprise Software Solution , Inflexible Software Solution , Business Software Solutions , Software Solution Provider , Read More...
Demystifying SAP Solution Manager
Many large organizations are struggling to manage all their software systems—let alone the different software versions across departments. In his article, TEC

schedules  SAP Solution Manager This past decade has seen the advent of SAP Solution Manager , a unique offering for centralized support and system management. Needless to say, a typical SAP system landscape at global corporations may include a large number of SAP and non-SAP systems. “Complex” SAP environments (or heterogeneous IT landscapes) often comprise huge global corporations that use SAP ERP worldwide, with different divisions possibly using different releases of the product (which is a Read More...
Ventyx-Utilities’ One-Stop-Shop Provider?
In 2012, there is still no such thing as a true “total solution provider” for energy and utility companies. These companies just have too many needs across the

schedules  Utilities’ One-Stop-Shop Provider? Back in 2008, Mihai Badescu discussed the dearth of software vendors and solutions that cover the needs of energy generation and transmission and distribution (T&D) companies. In 2012, there is still no such thing as a true “total solution provider” for energy and utility companies. These companies just have too many needs across the board that require robust industry-specific functionality and deep domain expertise for a single vendor to satisfy them all. Ven Read More...
Eccentex-Enabling Do-it-yourself Case Management
Various types of vendors and products have taken hold of the business process management (BPM) software market. While there are mainstream BPM providers such as

schedules  Enabling Do-it-yourself Case Management Various types of vendors and products have taken hold of the business process management (BPM) software market. While there are mainstream BPM providers such as IBM , Oracle (see here ), Pegasystems (see here ), Tibco , etc., there is a crop of open source providers such as Bonitasoft (see here ) and other relative BPM newcomers such as AuraPortal (see here ). We recently came across Eccentex Corporation , a vendor that offers platform-as-a-service (PaaS) Read More...

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