Whether public or private, large or small, every fleet can use help in controlling costs. That’s why more and more fleet operators are turning to telematics as an effective solution for managing their fleets within limited budgets. When properly implemented, GPS vehicle tracking systems can generate positive results in many areas, including employee productivity, driver safety and more. But for most fleet managers, what really stands out is telematics’ ability to help lower operational expenses.
If you employ a fleet of vehicles – whether five, 500, or 5,000 – you’ve likely heard of global positioning system (GPS) vehicle tracking technology. This innovative “telematics” technology can transform the way you manage your fleet, resulting in significant cost savings, productivity enhancements, and other operational improvements.
A well-maintained fleet is a safer and more efficient fleet. And with today’s sophisticated GPS vehicle tracking and engine diagnostic systems, keeping your fleet in good condition is easier and more cost-effective than ever.
Cloud computing is changing the way the world does business; it's even affecting the manufacturing industry. In this informative white paper sponsored by Exact JobBOSS, you will learn everything you need to know about the Cloud's role in the manufacturing industry.
GPS vehicle tracking systems provide fleet operators with a powerful tool to help cut costs and operate their vehicles more efficiently. But there's another benefit to a telematics solution that's often overlooked – improving productivity. And not just with your drivers, but throughout your entire fleet. Download this eBook to learn more.
New possibilities are born of new capabilities. The ability to dramatically lower production times and costs on complex, low-volume components, often while increasing functionality, is a game changer. What’s at stake for manufacturers are the prospects to improve current operational efficiencies and reduce costs, as well as capitalize on new product and market opportunities.
In a world of exploding market complexity, being relevant to customers by providing the best possible customer experience and service is indispensable in growing the business. In practical terms, this means companies have to become more agile and responsive to customer needs.
Manufacturers are hungry for growth. Following a debilitating recession and sluggish recovery period, many manufacturing leaders are ready to play for higher stakes, take bigger risks, go all the way in for the big payoff. Growth has to be just around the corner, they predict. Is it idealistic, wishful thinking?
Analyst firm MPI discusses growth opportunities for manufacturers and why targeting micro-markets is a growing trend. The paper examines the issues around micro-markets and how technology solutions can help manufacturers meet specialized needs, such as regulation and compliance requirements specific to a vertical industry. Download this insightful paper and learn how you can leverage modern ERP solutions to target new verticals in today’s quickly evolving global economy.
Manufacturers today face a volatile environment that requires a highly agile and flexible IT infrastructure. As a result, many organizations are turning to cloud computing to streamline and simplify IT while reducing overall costs. Cloud deployment offers straightforward ways to introduce new applications, remap business processes, and transition from legacy systems to advanced IT infrastructures.
Today’s manufacturers face a wider range of challenges than ever before—most notably, greater, more varied competition and the complexities of a globally extended supply chain. At the same time, the opportunities for success have never been more far-reaching.
Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) is the foundation of a successful manufacturing organization. It is essential for promoting standards throughout an organization, discovering potential efficiencies, and managing the front and back-end processes of an organization.
The information system and its underlying ERP software represents a major step forward in getting businesses where they need to be. Companies can install an ERP solution to not only meet their operational needs, but also streamline their IT infrastructure and deliver support when pursuing new strategies. However, getting the right solution is half of the battle and experience suggests that success is down to procuring software from the right provider. Are you making the right choices?
In today’s world, manufacturing firms have a number of concerns in common, an indictment of the winds of change sweeping through the sector and the new challenges threatening their competitive advantage. Learn how how you meet these challenges while driving major growth!
Today's manufacturers are required to be increasingly innovative and more agile in decision-making to stay ahead of customers and provide greater value to customers. It is no longer safe to provide the same products to the same customers without change. Therefore, manufacturers must enable collaboration and access to greater amounts of data. Download this report to learn the Best-in-Class strategies.
Gartner Supply Chain Executive Conference 2015 will explore the new meaning of supply chain excellence in the digital age–preparing leaders to push past traditional boundaries, drive innovation, and uncover new sources of value for the enterprise.
Expected to draw 10,000 professionals, CMTS is poised to unveil Canada’s largest display of industry equipment and technology — including efficiencies such as lean manufacturing and automation — that are geared towards helping Canadian manufacturers maintain a competitive advantage and prepare for growth.
Manufacturing Day is a celebration of modern manufacturing meant to inspire the next generation of manufacturers. Manufacturing Day officially occurs on the first Friday in October — this year is October 2, 2015.
Join fellow manufacturers from across the country to meet with legislators and advocate policies that play a critical role in our nation’s economic growth.