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Security Stocks Burn Rubber
Security technology stocks are burning rubber as they peel out in front of swaggering technology blue chips. Who are some of these security market leaders and

rubber  Stocks Burn Rubber Security Stocks Burn Rubber L. Taylor - April 27th, 2000 Event Summary On February 9th, there was a fury of Distributed Denial of Service attacks that rocked the cyberworld. In response to this attack, numerous security technology corporations are seeing rapid marketcap growth. Market Impact Internet Security Systems (NASDAQ: ISSX), an Atlanta based Internet security vendor, specializes in providing leading security management solutions for the cyberworld. In January of this Read More...
Supply Chain Execution
The rubber has to meet the road everyday when managing today@s complex supply chains which are only as good as the ability of parties to synchronize

rubber  Chain Execution The rubber has to meet the road everyday when managing today’s complex supply chains which are only as good as the ability of parties to synchronize activities and share information in real time. Softeon’s complete suite of supply chain execution solutions facilitates collaboration and includes WMS for small to mid-size businesses, order management, labor and resource management (RMS), transportation management (TMS) and complex assembly, kitting and other value-added Read More...
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

rubber  hose products that include rubber mixing, 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 Read More...
Case Study: Mission Rubber
Mission Rubber’s customers@the manufacturer’s representatives and distributors it sells through@began insisting on the use of electronic data interchange (EDI

rubber  Study: Mission Rubber Mission Rubber’s customers—the manufacturer’s representatives and distributors it sells through—began insisting on the use of electronic data interchange (EDI) for all transactions. The company wanted a reliable supplier that could provide cost-effective EDI translation and document exchange functionality. Find out why Mission Rubber finds its EDI solution is simple to set up, manage, and use—and how the company benefits. Read More...
IT Operations: Where the Rubber Meets the Road
Customers and users see the value of IT services only after they’re in operation. Unfortunately, preparation and due diligence doesn’t always mean that you end

rubber  Operations: Where the Rubber Meets the Road Customers and users see the value of IT services only after they’re in operation. Unfortunately, preparation and due diligence doesn’t always mean that you end up providing the IT services those users are expecting. With the automotive industry used as an analogy, get key tips on how to better define and document IT operations design and transition—so ultimately, your customers and users get the services they demand. Read More...
“Act Vertical” vs. “Go Extinct” Retailers - Part 2
Part 1 of this blog series set the historical background for the supply chain management (SCM) evolution and presented the advantages and shortcomings of

rubber  where the “Act Vertical rubber hits the road.” Till then, what are your thoughts and comments in this regard? What are your experiences in dealing with the abovementioned retailers? What software applications do you think can help these companies in their “Act Vertical” efforts? Read More...
Adonix Expands X3 And Its
Adonix often comes ahead of larger global players in terms of functional fit, pricing, and understanding of the local requirements in the distribution area.

rubber  & electric supplies, furniture, rubber & plastics, etc. Existing users of earlier product releases may benefit from querying the company''s future product development, product migration path, and/or service & support strategy.   This concludes Part 2 of a two-part note on Adonix.   Part 1 discussed the company''s background, market strategy, and the Adonix X3 product. Read More...
Who Could Object to Faster, More Responsive Supply Chains?
Today, global manufacturers have all but abandoned traditional vertical supply chain management to adopt the more flexible horizontal and virtual supply chain

rubber  chain as possible, from rubber plantations to raw material for tires, right on through to dealerships that distributed finished cars to the public. In an attempt to create a self-sufficient enterprise, the automotive giant also owned iron ore mines, steel mills, and a fleet of ships, as well as the manufacturing plants and showrooms that built and distributed the cars bearing his name. The primary benefit of vertical integration is control, since a department or wholly owned subsidiary with no independent Read More...
Made2Manage Systems ''One Year After'': Reenergized and Growing Part Four: Quality Management Processes
Made2Manage Systems pledges not to build technology for the sake of technology. Instead, the company plans to focus in on the true needs of its customers and

rubber  also note that the rubber and plastics manufacturers and processors now comprise, after the acquisition of DTR Software, nearly 15 percent of the total customer base, which means that the vendor now truly serves four industries quite well. The new owners'' focus on mainly targeting these industries hinges on reducing the need for customization. The first steps have been taken toward leveraging the rich functional features inventory into vertically orienting the offering for these three industries, includin Read More...
Made2Manage Offers New Functionality And A VIP Treatment Part 2: Market Impact
During last two years, Made2Manage had mobilized its resources to evolve from a vendor of traditional ERP software to a provider of ''one-stop-shop'' enterprise

rubber  equipment, transportation equipment, and rubber and plastic products. Existing users of DOS-based products or earlier Windows product releases that run on Visual Foxpro database may benefit from querying the company''s future two-pronged product strategy, product migration path, service & support, and/or scalability strategy. More comprehensive recommendations for both current and potential Made2Manage users can be found in Made2Manage Systems, Inc.: M2M From A2Z For SMEs? Read More...
Examples Of How Some Mid-Market Vendors Might Remain Within The Future Three (Dozen)? Part Three: Made2Manage Market Impact and User Recommendations
Smaller manufacturing enterprises are often more comfortable dealing with a vendor of a size and corporate culture similar to theirs. Examples of these markets

rubber  suppliers, transportation equipment, and rubber and plastic products. Over 75% of its customer base falls into the following SIC groups: 1) 3500''s - (Industrial & Commercial Machinery/Equipment Manufacturers), 2) 3400''s - (Fabricated Metal Products), 3) 3600''s - (Electronic and other Electronic Equipment), 4) 3800''s - (Instruments and Related Equipment), 5) 3000''s - (Rubber/Miscellaneous Plastics Products), 6) 3700''s - (Transportation Equipment), and 7) 2500''s - (Furniture Fixtures). Organizations seeking Read More...
IQMS Prospers by Helping Enterprises Work Smarter
IQMS has certainly succeeded in helping hundreds of midsized plastic processors and other repetitive manufacturers increase their

rubber  injection plastics molding/extruding and rubber industries. In mid-January, IQMS announced that the globalization of manufacturing resulted in a 20 percent growth in its 2004 revenue. IQMS attributed this to double-digit growth in its sale of new systems and to positive revenue opportunities from its new Professional Services Group. This is Part One of the IQMS Prospers by Helping Enterprises Work Smarter series. Part Two will begin the market impact. Part Three will continue a discussion of product Read More...
So What’s the Big Deal with Chemicals?
Due to the inherent challenges of the industry, most chemical companies are still unable to profitably respond to highly variable demand, or to execute

rubber  producers of plastics and rubber; fibers; raw materials and intermediates; inorganic materials; fertilizers; and so on), given the increasing rarity of new chemistry discoveries. Furthermore, while the soaring prices of crude oil have been a godsend for some back-integrated petrochemical industries, the downside lies in increased prices for natural gas and other raw materials, which forces the same manufacturers to consider building new plants closer to the supply source in order to reduce costs and be Read More...

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