Supply chain visibility software provides a holistic structure to incorporate data from within and outside a business, giving it an end-to-end view and opening the door to other business benefits, such as reduced transportation costs and an improved customer experience.
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Prescriptive selling guidance can cut through the decision complexity inherent in modern manufacturing and present a new paradigm for manufacturers.
A look at how wireless technology is pushing its way into mainstream industrial engineering and how, when coupled with the cloud, can boost productivity and cut costs in the long term.
Pressured to contain budgets, some CIOs are turning to mass produced IT services that put cost efficiency over service. But much like mass produced foods filled with ingredients no one can understand, “Junk Food” IT can make a company sick and sluggish.
Manufacturers are converging their OT and IT systems into a unified network architecture, giving them nearly unlimited access to valuable production data that can help them make improvements and more swiftly react to market changes.
Sensitive data — particularly, IP — is key to a manufacturing firm’s success and upper hand. If this data isn’t properly safeguarded, not only can a company accrue serious monetary fines, but it can also suffer a hit to its reputation and public trust.
The “cloud” has developed an unfortunate reputation for ambiguity and complexity. In reality, cloud technology is all about delivering a flexible, easy and intuitive user experience. No other industry is in need of that more than manufacturing.
Choosing the right WMS can not only make processes more efficient and help manage a workforce, it can also position an organization for growth and greatly improve customer service.
Jim Kilmer, group vice president of Verizon Enterprise Solution’s manufacturing vertical, explains what today’s CIOs are doing to stay ahead of the competition.
The conceptual link between all of these industries is the improvement of business processes through the Internet of Things.
Could 3D printing be the catalyst for the next set of major innovations in manufacturing?
A look at five things that an IT leader must think of while making their decisions on adopting an MDM.
Integrated asset performance management solutions powered by the Industrial Internet enable manufacturers to maintain optimal functionality in all conditions and environments.
A look at why a hybrid cloud management solution is the best way to address the issues associated with business-to-government requirements.
With an increasing number of solutions available, distribution leaders should focus on advanced capabilities to gain improved productivity and profitability in the always-on supply chain.
A gap analysis can move manufacturing facilities into the future of business intelligence. Forward-thinking owners should consider platforms that provide insight into their data warehouses and will connect various systems in order to gain data traceability
Staying focused on how best to execute project management tactics is often hard and overlooked, especially when pressured for time and/or funds. Here's a look at 5 project management lessons worth remembering.
Chicago-area technology manufacturer MBX Systems saved more than $700,000 and increased net profit 23 percent by soliciting employee ideas for working smarter.
In this age of Big Data, it is possible for manufacturers to warehouse and mine internal and external data, and use this data to their advantage.
Manufacturers can tap into control integration expertise by using a main automation contractor who takes the lead by integrating all aspects of their project, resulting in a smoother and faster start-up.