The role of ERP is crucial to improving customer experience. The research indicates that an improved customer experience can be gained through investments in modern, fully-integrated, flexible, and easy-to-use ERP systems that streamline operational processes.
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Good lighting is critical in industrial buildings. These facilities support important tasks from picking to light assembly and even office work. Since multiple functions are often performed in the same area, lighting should adapt to different tasks. Learn the strategies that are proven to improve energy savings, occupant comfort and building management.
Design and manufacturing companies can improve time to market, quality and cost—while improving collaboration and maintaining security and control. Read this CIMdata white paper to learn how remote access and virtualization enable access to 3D applications on any device and address a variety of complex business issues.
Mobilizing high end 3D designs is transforming how many designers and engineers work. Learn how four leading design and manufacturing organizations are using virtual CAD desktops to provide their distributed workforce with access to centralized and secure apps and data from any location, on any device – while improving remote collaboration.
Design and manufacturing companies need to accelerate time to market by enabling global collaboration around design and product data—while maintaining security and control. Read this white paper to learn how the centralization and virtualization of 3D apps and workstations help companies meet the demands of today’s business environment.
A surprising proportion of ERP implementations in operation today were purchased by managers with worries about the Y2K bug in the late 1990s. This paper discusses how the rapid rate of change in technology, business and culture requires forward-looking ERP solutions that don’t shackle your business to the past, but prepare you for the future.
You've heard the analysts and blogging pundits point to the manufacturing industry and expound on the new technologies reinvigorating the outlook for growth. This is the definitive whitepaper on where the manufacturing industry is going, how IT solutions support the endeavor and the journey you need to take to adapt and thrive. If you are going to read only one whitepaper this year, this is the one.
While the benefits of server virtualization at the corporate data center are receiving a great deal of attention, its ability to address lifecycle management issues may make virtualization even more compelling at the manufacturing plant. Along with the advantages, however, come additional challenges and risks. This paper offers best practices you can use to benefit from server virtualization today, while avoiding mistakes that could affect the availability and performance of business-critical manufacturing IT.
Typically New Product Development (NPD) projects are recognized for their rigorous gated process. In conjunction, at the heart of every successful NPD project lies a talent pool that is responsible for driving this process. Consequently, it is crucial that the project activities and input of the project team and stakeholder’s are aligned with the overall vision of the project. In this paper, I will be focusing on the impact people have on the successful launch of a new product and the important role the effective planning of these people can impact a new product’s final acceptance in the marketplace.
Successful new product development (NPD) projects start with a great idea and are executed with the right plan. Prototyping, more than any other stage in the lifecycle of a NPD project relies on the people and talent behind the product to validate theories and execute on activities that will lay the foundation for a product’s successful market launch. In this paper, I will be focusing on the impact resources have on the prototyping stage in new product development projects and the future role project stakeholders can have on the final results of a new product’s success or failure.
Product development organizations live and die by the product development projects they select. Prioritizing and selecting the best projects are as important to these organizations’ success as the products themselves. Although most organizations are diligent in building a framework to evaluate a product's viability, many fall short on the human element ultimately responsible for successfully delivering a product to market. In this white paper, I will be focusing on the impact resources have on new product development projects and the critical role project and portfolio management plays in providing complete visibility when deciding on your next great product idea.
Projecting and planning are two main components in today’s product and facility lifecycle. To ease the process, three technological breakthroughs are incorporated; embedded sensors that pass information in real-time, wireless communication and Cloud computing.
Having universally accessible data throughout a value chain is no easy feat for any organization. However, it’s key for Big Data. The Internet of Things (IoT) makes that visibility possible in real-time.
Zebra takes your organization into the future with products that connect wirelessly, integrate seamlessly and provide wall to wall visibility. Knowing what is happening, where it’s happening and why it’s happening is key in better understanding your business’s needs.
Want to increase your sales but not sure where to start? Forget about new sales reps, better products or lower prices. Focus on market segmentation to improve your close rate. Our new eBook, 4 Ways Better Market Segmentation Leads To Higher Sales, will show you how to get more from your market segmentation efforts.
Give your business a competitive boost by optimizing your pricing strategy. By focusing on four key areas, you can make sure that your sales team is selling on value and not depending on discounting to close deals.