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operating and maintenance cost it  to become better at operating a more stable, planned, and predictable maintenance environment at minimal cost. Although the figures vary, most maintenance managers would agree they don''t like playing the role of firefighter, with as many as 40 to 80 percent of requests for maintenance services being unplanned or even emergencies. There''s much debate on the subject, but it appears that a reasonable target for the ratio of planned to unplanned maintenance is 80:20. Clearly, many manufacturing environments Read More

What Is the Value Proposition of Support and Maintenance?


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operating and maintenance cost it  are dependent on databases, operating systems, middleware, and hardware components. Each of these components has a specified life cycle and support time frame that requires the software to be certified again against newer releases. These components also drive the need for some laggard customers to upgrade, since these components'' infrastructures and technology stacks will need to be upgraded to remain supported. Therefore, even if the software remains stable, customers still need to plan to upgrade to Read More

Lean Maintenance: Best Practices to Turn Asset Management into a Profit Center


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operating and maintenance cost it  realizes that investment and operating costs can be allocated to improve efficiency. This increased efficiency naturally results in higher profits. One of the most popular buzz-words in business today is lean. This term conveys the idea of fat elimination - the elimination of enterprise waste, the streamlining of processes to increase productivity, and the more e cient use of capital assets and valued personnel in the pursuit of continuously improving bottom lines. There is, of course, nothing new in Read More

The Old ERP Dilemma: How Long Should You Pay Maintenance?


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An Integrated Maintenance and Logistics Solution for Defense


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IT Investments and Business Value


The view of technology has evolved over time—from a strategic enabler and a competitive weapon to an operational overhead. IT projects that come in over budget and with missed deadlines and lackluster results do not help matters. It is up to the CIOs to restore the perception of IT in the enterprise, by understanding the company’s goals and showing business leaders how IT projects and services can help reach them faster.

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The Elusive Weekly Maintenance Schedule


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Leaner Maintenance Management with Control Systems Integrated CMMS


Maintenance managers play a critical role in an organization looking to optimize operations efficiencies. This paper discusses the benefits of interoperating between computerized maintenance management systems (CMMS) and control systems, and presents potential options on how to accomplish varying levels of integration.

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Proactive IT Triage for Sarbanes-Oxley Compliance


When it comes to Sarbanes-Oxley compliance, most IT organizations do not lack measurement data—in fact, they’re buried in it! What they need are effective ways to put these measurements into the context of critical business services, establish baselines for every layer of every component, and proactively communicate which layer of which component is the root cause of any abnormality.

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IT Project Risk Assessment


Information technology project risk often comes from non-technical aspects of the initiative. Assessing the impact of technology on people, management systems and other initiatives is essential to assure project success.

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What Makes a Good IT White Paper Good… and a Bad IT White Paper Very, Very Bad…


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Drink-IT


Drink-IT® is a modular software suite that is intended mainly for producers and distribution centers in the beverage industry, such as breweries, specialized beverage wholesalers, and beverage producers. Drink-IT enables them to cover all enterprise resource planning (ERP) and customer relationship management (CRM) processes in one integrated solution. Drink-IT enables companies to make informed decisions in production and quality management, logistics, sales, and promotions, and helps them manage the legislative aspects of this industry. Drink-IT is globally available and already implemented in more than 80 beverage companies in 30 countries. Drink-IT has more than 3,000 users worldwide. Drink-IT is built on the platform of Microsoft Dynamics NAV2013 R2. This means that the solution is perfectly compatible with all other Microsoft applications and can therefore be integrated seamlessly into almost any existing business environment. Drink-IT has received the status of “Certified for Microsoft Dynamics NAV.” This signifies that Drink-IT has met Microsoft’s highest standard for partner-developed software.

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Should It Be Renamed 'Unobtainium'?


Reports indicate that Intel will delay the release of its 64-bit 'Itanium' processor yet again.

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Cognitive IT Solutions


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