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High Efficiency in Manufacturing Operations
It can be very challenging for manufacturers to both drive efficiency gains and then translate these gains to bottom line results. This paper examines what is

operations efficiency  Efficiency in Manufacturing Operations It can be very challenging for manufacturers to both drive efficiency gains and then translate these gains to bottom line results. This paper examines what is driving manufacturers to focus on creating more efficient manufacturing operations; identifies the mix of strategies, business capabilities, and technology enablers that are most likely to ensure long-term success; and ends with specific recommendations for success. Read More...
Reducing the Cost of Systems Operations
Disintermediation is the process of removing redundant intermediaries from a systems management infrastructure. Once vital to systems monitoring, proprietary

operations efficiency  servers to perform monitoring operations and send status information back to the central console for display. Two decisions taken by the PATROL architects early on were to prove pivotal in PATROL reaching its market leading position. One was to detach the management expertise from the agents, the other was to make the agents autonomous from the console. Detaching the knowledge about the systems to be managed from the agents that performed the monitoring allowed PATROL to potentially manage any type of app Read More...
Supply Chain Operations Reference and Other Features in ASW
IBS may be the first vendor to fully integrate a supply chain operations reference model in its business intelligence solution. Customers receive more efficient

operations efficiency  widely recognized supply chain operations reference (SCOR) model. IBS is possibly the first software vendor to fully integrate and use the SCOR-model in this type of business application. SCOR enables customers to get a more efficient and coherent measurement and benchmarking across their whole supply chain, regardless of which ERP or supply chain software is used. Thus, IBS was recently awarded the Supply-Chain Council European Development Award for developing IBS Business Intelligence. The Supply-Chain Read More...
Reducing Costs with Efficient Operations: A Fast Track to More Working Capital
Untamed costs can deplete the precious working capital that’s critical to your ongoing operations. But, you can get a handle on costs by taking steps to improve

operations efficiency  critical to your ongoing operations and new expansions. But there’s a bright side: you can get a handle on costs by taking systematic steps to improve operational efficiency. By instituting efficient automated processes throughout your organization, you can reduce waste, unnecessary overtime, and a host of other cost factors. Integrated business software systems put this efficiency overhaul within reach, quickly and affordably. As you gain more control of the debit ledger, both sides of the balance shee Read More...
Successful Sales and Operations Planning in Five Steps
A sales and operations planning (S&OP) meeting is a critical decision-making activity that sets the overall direction for the company. Executives discuss trade

operations efficiency  measured on how efficiently operations utilize available resources (total uptime). When viewed from a silo, running at 98 percent efficiency looks fantastic; however, when viewed from a shared metric perspective, 98 percent efficiency may drive excess inventory in products where there is little or no demand. That is why it is imperative to adopt a shared metric view for S&OP. The ultimate objective of the S&OP process is to leave the meeting with an operational plan that best achieves the company''s objec Read More...
Retailing with Insight: Empowering Store Operations with Analytics and Business Intelligence
Across the retail industry, store operations are under-served when it comes to analytics and business intelligence (BI). Merchants and marketers must exploit

operations efficiency  with Insight: Empowering Store Operations with Analytics and Business Intelligence Across the retail industry, store operations are under-served when it comes to analytics and business intelligence (BI). Merchants and marketers must exploit this information every day in order to succeed. If store operations were empowered to do the same, retailers could build and sustain competitive advantage in a market that’s tougher than ever. Find out how. Read More...
How to Select a Sales and Operations Planning (S&OP) System
Mature sales and operations planning (S&OP) is more than a sales forecasting or tactical planning tool. S&OP is a decision-making mechanism for aligning

operations efficiency  Select a Sales and Operations Planning (S&OP) System Mature sales and operations planning (S&OP) is more than a sales forecasting or tactical planning tool. S&OP is a decision-making mechanism for aligning strategic plans with sales, operational, and financial plans. Download this TEC executive brief for pointers on selecting an S&OP system, information about how mature S&OP processes can help tackle critical business issues, and key S&OP system capabilities to look for. Read More...
Streamlining Operations Through Enterprise-Wide Interoperability
To keep pace in today''s automotive industry, suppliers must be able to move information swiftly through and beyond their organizations. With manufacturing sites

operations efficiency  Operations Through Enterprise-Wide Interoperability To keep pace in today''s automotive industry, suppliers must be able to move information swiftly through and beyond their organizations. With manufacturing sites increasingly scattered across the globe, the ability to exchange information rapidly is key to staying in the competitive race. Learn about the growing need for interoperability and how to overcome its challenges. Read More...
Business Process Management and ERP: Driving Efficiency and Innovation
A recent survey focused on business process management (BPM) found that 39% of Best-in-Class organizations have both ERP and BPM solutions. This report, based

operations efficiency  Process Management and ERP: Driving Efficiency and Innovation A recent survey focused on business process management (BPM) found that 39% of Best-in-Class organizations have both ERP and BPM solutions. This report, based on feedback from 400 organizations across the globe, examines the reasons that organizations pair these systems, as well as the benefits that these organizations have seen when it comes to serving customers more effectively and conducting business in a more agile manner. Read More...
Storage Efficiency in a Virtual Environment
One of the critical components of any infrastructure is the storage layer. But companies often buy equipment without scoping their requirements. And, within a

operations efficiency  Efficiency in a Virtual Environment One of the critical components of any infrastructure is the storage layer. But companies often buy equipment without scoping their requirements. And, within a virtual environment, ongoing maintenance and monitoring of storage tiers is more often overlooked than in a non-virtualized environment. Learn more about storage tiers, as well as considerations and techniques related to storage in a virtualized environment. Read More...
Transforming Field Service Operations with Mobile Technologies
Whether field service is your primary business or a service offering, incorporating mobile technologies into your existing system can give you a competitive

operations efficiency  Field Service Operations with Mobile Technologies Whether field service is your primary business or a service offering, incorporating mobile technologies into your existing system can give you a competitive edge. Electronic information capture not only increases reporting accuracy, but it also provides real-time data for your planning, billing, and purchasing needs—bridging the gap between your front-office operations and back-office processes. Read More...
Back Office and Operations
Today, almost every company must address processes such as technical support, customer service, and other administrative tasks. These processes fall under the

operations efficiency  Office and Operations Today, almost every company must address processes such as technical support, customer service, and other administrative tasks. These processes fall under the heading of back office and operations, and for many organizations, they account for a high percentage of overall operating costs. Those costs—combined with volatile global economic conditions and fierce competition for markets and business segments—are forcing companies to constantly improve back office and operations Read More...

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