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DTR Industries Selects IFS Applications
While many might have been aware of IFS’ prowess in asset and project intensive industries as well as in field service management (FSM) of late, many might not

die casting  metal stamping, welding, aluminum die casting, painting, rubber curing, rubber extruding, plastic injection, and assembly operations. DTR’s main customers include Honda, Nissan , and Toyota. DTR is headquartered in Bluffton, OH, and operates other facilities in Midway, TN; Novi, MI; and Chihuahua, Mexico. DTR is a subsidiary of Tokai Rubber Industries, Ltd. , and IFS Applications has been successfully implemented across other companies in the Tokai group. The blend of process and discrete manufacturing Read More
Use CMMS to Improve PdM Performance
Companies that have moved from a highly reactive environment to a more planned one notice significant improvement. A computer maintenance management system

die casting  the wear on a die needs to be measured or the cycle time determined. PdM data: vibration, lubrication, infrared, and other predictive data can be collected via portable units on a periodic basis and dumped into the CMMS. Alternatively, data can be pulled on a regular basis using permanently affixed shop-floor data collection systems. Condition monitoring data: SFDC systems can pick up PdM information and collect production data, such as production count, number, and type of rejects, etc. This data can be Read More

One of the biggest challenges businesses face today in the area of human resources is the recruitment and retention of skilled talent. Combining a talent

die casting  Star Search -Talent Management Made Simple Originally published - June 13, 2008 So, what is talent management, anyway? When I think of talent, I think of musical and artistic talent: stage performers, actors, and singers. I think of Star Search , Canadian Idol, and America’s Got Talent . When I think of talent management, I think of talent agencies and talent scouts. But talent management reaches far beyond Hollywood’s casting couch and the doors of Motown’s recording studios. Talent management is Read More
Channels to the Hearts and Minds--On-line 2005
The physical, e and wireless world continues to grow! The e channel for shoppers continues to grow, with so many nay-sayers and doubters. You''d think this issue

die casting  think this issue would die, with more and more shoppers buying from far flung vendors: Boston to the Nanga Tribes for buying original crafts; Dallas to Huangshan City, China, etc. In spite of nasty spam, more activities go on-line—games, travel, research, etc. On-line is now part of the total life experience. The challenge will be to make it even better for users; build capacity (again), making the various channels (wireless, cellular, fiber to the home, etc.) work well together. First, on-line is now Read More
Five Ways to Positively Impact Customer Retention and Business Operations
Maintaining strong business performance and retaining loyal customers requires continual vigilance and assessment. Establishing metrics that focus on value

die casting  a whole new target audience of buyers from all age groups and demographics. Through its ability to introduce its own innovation, Nintendo now outsells the Sony and Microsoft products combined. And in spite of Nintendo''s extended absence from the competition, it was rewarded for its ability to eventually provide critical new innovation. Microsoft, although plagued by some early quality issues, was able to capitalize on time to market. Therefore, innovation and time to market became the most significant cri Read More
Embracing IT Innovation to Gain the Competitive Edge
To stay competitive, companies need to change@and they need to embrace change. Companies in the supply chain need to look for new and better ways of retaining

die casting  but eventually you will die Companies in the supply chain need to look for new and better ways of performing to retain the competitive edge. It is a never-ending battle of needing to reduce lead-times and inventory, while improving customer service, inventory accuracy, process efficiency, control, security and governance. A key factor in the success of this challenge is the IT infra structure. You must ask yourself - Is your IT infrastructure really giving you the support that your business needs? Is it Read More
Ambitious Plans and Promises: An Enterprise Software Provider Keeps Its Word
With its numerous new software license sales, new product deliveries, and its dedication to complicated technological rejuvenation (namely, an ambitious open

die casting  that sound enterprise applications die hard, even if at the expense of being technologically backward—especially those that feature solid vertical functionality that does the job and that have large install bases worldwide. What is meant by backward here is technology that has monolithic code on two-tier client/server architectures, if not even more outdated than that (see Architecture Evolution: From Mainframes to Service-oriented Architecture ). In most cases, loyal and conservative customers Read More
Dell Sharpens Its Linux Focus
Building on its current Linux position, Dell will start shipping Linux-based systems that use file management software from developer Eazel.

die casting  make Linux more masses-friendly . Die-hard Windows users will, of course, not care one whit about this alliance. Read More
Geac Decomposes To Survive
Geac, a struggling Canadian enterprise applications vendor has not found its white knight. It will, for the time being, have to sell parts of its business in

die casting  By Acquisitions; Will It Die By An Acquisition? Read More
Pradeep Metals Selects Epicor ERP
April 2013 started with a notable win for Epicor in India as Pradeep Metals Limited, a leading manufacturer of closed-die forgings for the oil and gas, valve

die casting  a leading manufacturer of closed-die forgings for the oil and gas, valve, instrumentation, petrochemical, and general engineering industries around the world, announced that is has selected the Epicor enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution. The company chose Epicor because it met the company''s business requirements to be easy to use and to have a flexible technology platform. Pradeep Metals’ production plant is integrated with a state-of-the-art facility for design, tooling, laboratory testing, Read More
PLM as a Strategic Weapon: An Underlying PlanetPTC Live 2011 Theme - Part 2
Part 1 of this blog series talked about the major (blockbuster of a sort) announcements at PTC’s PlanetPTC Live 2011 annual user conference, which was held in

die casting  to move faster or die. While intellectual property (IP) protection is important, the current speed of innovation (whereby old items become quickly obsolete) reduces the risk. Of course, these companies do not want their IP to be made public ever, but their designs have a very short shelf life anyway. I have always felt that the public cloud is not necessarily appropriate for everyone. If you are talking about a high volume of products that are easy to mimic, these companies should resist going to the publ Read More
My PLM Video Playlist on YouTube
A little heads-up: We’re going to start having videos on TEC’s Web site. We''ll produce videos in the future but the first step we’ll start with is a library of

die casting  for Individuals— Integrate or Die? . These videos are in my playlist at the moment. I’m hoping it will grow in the future. If you have your favorite PLM videos, please don’t hesitate to share them with us. Read More
A Short Guide to Wikis
What’s all this hype about wikis anyway? According to Gartner’s Hype Cycle, wikis are descending from the crest of a hype wave and coasting into areas where

die casting  existing processes. “Adapt or Die!” becomes the mantra of the day for consultants, analysts, and reporters. Their words become the start gun, signaling the time has come for millions of dollars to be spent ripping up legacy systems and replacing them with the next new thing. “Hurry up,” they insist, “before the next, next new thing comes along!” This familiar run-up of initial enthusiasm for a new technology, usually followed by a longer period of disillusionment, is what Gartner Group has ref Read More

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