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Core PLM for Process Industries
The foundation of product lifecycle management (PLM) for the process (or recipe-based) manufacturing industries is product data management (PDM). It covers design and product-related aspects of PLM...
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Managing Risk through Financial Processes: Embedding Governance, Risk, and Compliance
Initiatives to automate and streamline financial processes often focus more on reducing costs than adding value. Adding the kind of value you should have in

process improvement qualifications  Financial Processes , Continuous Process Improvement , Process Improvement Qualifications , End-to-end Processes for Financial . Contents Preface Introduction About the survey What the executives are saying Impact on decision-making What to keep in mind Conclusion Preface Managing risk through financial processes is an Economist Intelligence Unit report sponsored by SAP. The Economist Intelligence Unit bears sole responsibility for this report. The Economist Intelligence Unit?s editorial team conducted th Read More...
Six Important Skills Needed in PEO
The most important consideration for product engineering outsourcing (PEO) is vendor skills. Choosing the right set of skills can help companies achieve

process improvement qualifications  Outsourcing (ITO) (Wikipedia) Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) (Wikipedia) Six Important Skills Needed in PEO IT Outsourcing is also known as : Information Technology Outsourcing , Outsource IT , IT Outsourced , IT Outsourcing Services , Outsourcing in IT , IT Outsourcing Companies , Offshore IT Outsourcing , Outsourced IT Support , Business IT Outsourcing , IT Consulting Outsourcing , Outsourcing Management , IT Outsourcing Service , IT Software Outsourcing , IT Outsourcing Market , IT Outsourcing Tren Read More...
The Magic Behind Planning and Executing (Optimal) Service Supply Chains - Part 2
Part 1 of this series established that service supply chains have many planning levels and time horizons, which can be roughly divided into the following: the

process improvement qualifications  appointment booking is the process of agreeing on a service window with a customer, usually several days before the day of service. Most of us have experienced the morning, afternoon, or all-day windows and the frustrating wait at home that this practice brings. Most manual processes, and even many service scheduling applications, offer customers appointments based on a number of pre-determined slots for a geographic area, product type, or time window. These slots are arbitrarily allotted to customers as Read More...
Workforce Scheduling and Optimization: The Missing Link on the Shop Floor?
Today’s manufacturers must be able to promptly cater to customer fluctuations in demand and maintain profitability. With agile workforces, companies have a real

process improvement qualifications  transparency to the scheduling process and consistency in interpretation of work rules improved timeliness of weekly schedule releases increased ability to adjust production schedules based on market-driven demand changes and supply chain disruptions better visibility to near-term and long-term labor demands greater labor efficiency In the early 1990s, time and attendance (T&A) and labor scheduling were commonly deployed as point solutions. Now they’re becoming the exception, and are usually a trade-off Read More...
The Magic Behind Planning and Executing (Optimal) Service Supply Chains - Part 1
The recent three-part series entitled “Navigating Between Service Management Scylla @ Charybdis” analyzed the phenomenon of service economy, or the

process improvement qualifications  is therefore a decision-making process consisting of several interrelated steps, which all ultimately affect the day of service and provide the information that must be available to service planners and dispatchers much earlier.  Forecasting , planning, and rostering are all about thinking ahead, whereas scheduling is all about executing and delivering actual service slightly before and on the day of service. While the results of scheduling decisions may be more apparent, the outcomes of planning decisio Read More...
Process-based Governance, Risk Management, and Compliance
The right balance of automated processes with paper records and manual, human interaction is necessary to keep costs under control with a flexible yet

process improvement qualifications  2006). …while the business process management (BPM) software generally provides the DNA and the chemicals to bring processes to life, service oriented architecture (SOA) is the physio-skeletal system that allows the life-form to move about and function. XML (extensible markup language) may be likened to the nervous system that serves as the medium and protocol of communication. To stretch the analogy a bit further, just as RNA acts as a messenger and translator of the genetic code into proteins, MDA Read More...
Process vs. Discrete
When researching the right enterprise resource planning (ERP) software for your business, it is essential to realize there is a difference between process and

process improvement qualifications  is a difference between process and discrete ERP software. The first step is to identify the type of manufacturing operation, either process or discrete, and specific manufacturing requirements. This white paper will help you determine if your software is truly meeting your process manufacturing needs. Read More...
Announcing Agilisys (Formerly SCT’s Process Manufacturing & Distribution Business) - Finally Fully Focused On Process Manufacturing
The new independent company will certainly benefit from having control of its own financial destiny, being able to make decisions based upon its own needs and

process improvement qualifications  Agilisys (Formerly SCT’s Process Manufacturing & Distribution Business) - Finally Fully Focused On Process Manufacturing Announcing Agilisys (Formerly SCT''s Process Manufacturing & Distribution Business) Finally Fully Focused On Process Manufacturing Featured Author - William Sheppard - June 26, 2002 Event Summary May 30, 2002 was a busy day for Agilisys . The buyout from SCT to form Agilisys was closed and they announced their new name. Formerly a division of SCT, Agilisys is now a Read More...
Five Inventory Areas that Every Process Manufacturer Must Master
While many ERP systems claim to cater to the process manufacturing industry, a closer look reveals that in reality, little distinction is made within ERP

process improvement qualifications  Inventory Areas that Every Process Manufacturer Must Master While many ERP systems claim to cater to the process manufacturing industry, a closer look reveals that in reality, little distinction is made within ERP applications to readily address the fundamental needs of a process versus a discrete manufacturer. This paper elaborates on one of the most fundamental requirements of process manufacturers—multidimensional inventory—which is noticeably absent from most ERP applications. Read More...
Conviction is the Intangible in a Successful Positioning Process
You need conviction to skillfully handle the inevitable criticism during the positioning process. Otherwise, you''re likely to try something different every time

process improvement qualifications  in a Successful Positioning Process Conviction is an important intangible that can make or break your positioning strategy. You begin to develop conviction through research on your customer, competition, and channel. But that''s not enough to give you the conviction you need to stand up to powerful political forces in your company who may shoot holes even in your most compelling positioning statement. Complete conviction in your work comes from a positioning process that includes an evaluation criterion. Read More...
Preparing for Product Development in Process Manufacturing
Combining process industry–oriented product lifecycle management capabilities with process manufacturing–oriented enterprise resource planning ones can help

process improvement qualifications  for Product Development in Process Manufacturing P.J. Jakovljevic - February 5, 2010 Originally Published - March 10, 2007 As seen in such articles as Product Life Cycle Management in Process or Process Manufacturing Software: A Primer , what the process manufacturing industry lacks in glamour, it certainly makes up for in complexity. Traditionally, manufacturing is divided into two categories: process and discrete (if one is not counting hybrid, mixed-mode environments). Many differences exist between Read More...
An Overview of the Knowledge Based Selection Process
The TechnologyEvaluation.Com’s (TEC) Knowledge Based Selection Process is a multi-part comprehensive analysis of a vendor’s tactical, strategic and qualitative

process improvement qualifications  the Knowledge Based Selection Process An Overview of the Knowledge Based Selection Process B. Spencer, J. Diezemann & J. Dowling - March 15, 2001 Introduction The TechnologyEvaluation.Com''s (TEC) Knowledge Based Selection Process is a multi-part comprehensive analysis of a vendor''s tactical, strategic and qualitative measures as compared to the specific business and technology needs of our clients. The selection process encompasses nine process steps: Capability Assessment/Request for Information The Read More...
An Analyst''s View of Process Industry SMB Challenges
Process manufacturing industries have distinct needs from an enterprise resource planning (ERP) system. Here’s an overview of what process manufacturing

process improvement qualifications  Analyst''s View of Process Industry SMB Challenges Originally Posted - April 23, 2008 The process industry provides many of the products we use in our daily lives for food, shelter, and health. Such products are created as materials and transformed through the use of energy resources and chemical products. In addition, the process industry manufactures products that are essential to advanced industries such as computing, biotechnology, telecommunications, automotive, scientific, and space exploration. Read More...
Should Your Software Selection Process Have a Proof of Concept? Part One: Structures and the Selection Process
This article explores how the proof of concept (POC) fits into the software selection process, when a POC should be undertaken, structural variables, and the

process improvement qualifications  Your Software Selection Process Have a Proof of Concept? Part One: Structures and the Selection Process Introduction There are a number of studies that point to a high rate of enterprise resource planning (ERP) and customer resource management (CRM) implementation failure. There are many reasons for these failures. The selection phase has been identified as a key area where problems arise. The proof of concept (POC) is a tool sometimes used within the selection process to overcome these issues. The Read More...
Process Manufacturing Excellence: Strategies for the Plant Floor and Beyond
A decade ago, process manufacturing excellence was defined by long runs, high capacity utilization, and low production costs. Today, excellence is determined by

process improvement qualifications  Beyond A decade ago, process manufacturing excellence was defined by long runs, high capacity utilization, and low production costs. Today, excellence is determined by a company’s ability to respond to customer and market demand. In this report, Aberdeen and Ross explore winning strategies leveraged by world class manufacturers to achieve process manufacturing excellence. Read More...

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