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Published By: Epicor     Published Date: Nov 07, 2017
Every manufacturing company has aspirations to grow. Growth is exciting, yet it can also be challenging. Arm yourself with the right enterprise applications and technology, and consider cloud ERP software as an important component of your arsenal as you strive for growth and battle for market share. This report from Mint Jutras—an independent research and advisory firm that specializes in analyzing the business impact of enterprise solutions—highlights how cloud applications allow businesses to grow by: • Quickly expanding into new territories • Tightening compliance and governance • More effectively implementing standard processes • Achieving greater visibility into the enterprise Download the Mint Jutras report today to learn how cloud ERP from Epicor can help your business grow.
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Published By: UPS     Published Date: Nov 09, 2017
The Role of Additive Manufacturing in Production of the Future Additive manufacturing (AM) is the process of adding layers of material — most commonly plastics or resins, and increasingly metals — to produce products according to precise digital plans. With AM, products are produced using only the material necessary, therefore minimizing scrap. Modern digital technology is transforming every industry, including manufacturing. Yet in The Rise of Smart Operations, a survey of machinery manufacturers conducted by UPS and IDC, roughly one-half of the respondents said their digital or “smart” operations were lagging the competition or were at a significant disadvantage. Manufacturers will also find practical solutions they can consider implementing today to incorporate smarter operations in their production processes of the future.
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Published By: Cisco     Published Date: Nov 17, 2015
IoT describes a system where items in the physical world, and sensors within or attached to these items, are connected to the Internet via wireless and wired Internet connections. These sensors can use various types of local area connections such as RFID, NFC, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and Zigbee. Sensors can also have wide area connectivity such as GSM, GPRS, 3G, and LTE.
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Published By: Cisco     Published Date: Jun 21, 2016
Industrial enterprises around the world are retooling their factories with advanced technologies to boost manufacturing flexibility and speed, achieving new levels of overall equipment effectiveness (OEE), supply chain responsiveness, and customer satisfaction in the process. This renaissance reflects very real pressures industry players face today. For years, traditional factories have been operating at a disadvantage, impeded by production environments that are “disconnected”—at the very least strictly gated—to corporate business systems, to supply chains, and to customers and partners.
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Published By: Cisco     Published Date: Jun 21, 2016
Many manufacturers are pursuing the immense business benefits available from digitizing and connecting their factories. Major gains in overall equipment effectiveness (OEE), reduced downtime, and manufacturing flexibility can be achieved with a factory that is digitized and connected. By providing visibility to machines and processes, manufacturers can anticipate issues that create unplanned downtime. By putting in place a secure, converged and wireless-ready network, manufacturers can have a platform that enables the agility to quickly start up new machines, cells, and lines, and rapidly deliver new products.
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Published By: SAP EMEA Global     Published Date: Dec 13, 2017
For manufacturers, this IDC white paper examines the current and future Internet of Things (IoT) imperative for the following discrete manufacturing industries: automotive, aerospace and defense, high tech, and industrial machinery. We highlight IoT-enabled scenarios — those possible both now and in an Industry 4.0 future with smart manufacturing. (IDC defines IoT as a network of uniquely identifiable endpoints or “things” that communicate without human interaction using IP connectivity.) These scenarios more tightly integrate “things” with other information, processes, and even value chains. Further, we demonstrate how companies in these industries leverage technology to create business value today and disruptive opportunities tomorrow.
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Published By: DellEMC and Intel®     Published Date: Jan 17, 2017
Distributed enterprises often encompass many remote offices that are essential to running the organization and supporting customers. Important activities at the edge include manufacturing, warehousing and distribution, even mobile or remote life-saving environments like health clinics. And while there is usually a central IT staff that creates the overall business architecture for the enterprise, specialized resources to deploy and maintain the infrastructure at the edge can be scarce. Intel® Xeon® processor Ultrabook, Celeron, Celeron Inside, Core Inside, Intel, Intel Logo, Intel Atom, Intel Atom Inside, Intel Core, Intel Inside, Intel Inside Logo, Intel vPro, Itanium, Itanium Inside, Pentium, Pentium Inside, vPro Inside, Xeon, Xeon Phi, and Xeon Inside are trademarks of Intel Corporation or its subsidiaries in the U.S. and/or other countries
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Published By: DellEMC and Intel®     Published Date: Jan 17, 2017
Distributed enterprises often encompass many remote offices that are essential to running the organization and supporting customers. Important activities at the edge include manufacturing, warehousing and distribution, even mobile or remote life-saving environments like health clinics. And while there is usually a central IT staff that creates the overall business architecture for the enterprise, specialized resources to deploy and maintain the infrastructure at the edge can be scarce. Processeur Intel® Xeon® Ultrabook, Celeron, Celeron Inside, Core Inside, Intel, Intel Logo, Intel Atom, Intel Atom Inside, Intel Core, Intel Inside, Intel Inside Logo, Intel vPro, Itanium, Itanium Inside, Pentium, Pentium Inside, vPro Inside, Xeon, Xeon Phi, and Xeon Inside are trademarks of Intel Corporation or its subsidiaries in the U.S. and/or other countries.
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Published By: Oracle APAC ZO OD Prime Volume SCM ABM Leads June 2017     Published Date: Jul 12, 2017
The manufacturing industry has entered a completely new technological realm that did not even exist five years ago. Three industrial revolutions forever changed manufacturing—and the world—and the fourth is now underway. Factories have had to adapt rapidly with the advent of advanced automation and robotics as well as software to manage processes and control. The onset of digital manufacturing accelerates the need for new approaches. While consumers typically embrace disruptive technology with enthusiasm, manufacturers inevitably approach new technology with caution, carefully evaluating how it can improve their businesses. Eventually, however, caution must be replaced with innovation to ensure survival. Those organizations that find themselves on the wrong side of the technology curve today will face increasing challenges to remain competitive as time marches forward.
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supply chain management, scm, manufacturing, digital manufacturing
    
Oracle APAC ZO OD Prime Volume SCM ABM Leads June 2017
Published By: Plex Systems     Published Date: Aug 15, 2014
The Plex Manufacturing Cloud is providing a revolutionary approach to ERP upgrades by using a continuous update process that is unique to cloud-only software. Remove the need to do manually ERP uprgrades that are disruptive to an orgranization and can cost millions of dollars.
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erp, cloud software, manufacturing, revolutionary approach, networking
    
Plex Systems
Published By: Dassault Systèmes     Published Date: Jul 25, 2017
Jim Brown, President of Tech-Clarity, explores how fast growing, midsized, High-Tech manufacturing companies can accelerate their time-to-market by streamlining their engineering and business processes on a unified platform. Watch the 20-min webinar and learn: • How a unified platform accelerates collaboration between all stakeholders of product development • How the principle of ‘invisible governance’ helps engineering teams save time on unnecessary reporting and administration • How online collaboration helps build customer intimacy and validate product ideas early and effectively • How modern, secure social collaboration platforms can smoothly transition to structured product development
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Published By: Infor     Published Date: Jun 13, 2017
For companies that make complex, configurable products, lean manufacturing principles have become an integral part of their day-to-day operations. No surprise there. Over the past 30 years, lean has helped these companies streamline manufacturing and supply chain processes to eliminate waste and create important business benefits.
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Published By: Compliance Associates     Published Date: Jun 29, 2015
Are you feeling the pressure to meet FDA guidelines on Quality by Design (QbD) principals for Process Validation? Existing manufacturing, LIMS, ERP and document management tools are lacking integration and on demand view of your processes. They have hidden costs, risks and create delays to scalable product manufacturing and revenue. Since the FDA is demanding scientific arguments to support process and product development activies and a lifecyle approach, consider the value of a purpose built app for Process Validation. This new class of APP will bring your products to market faster and lower the risk of costly delays. Download the Primer to learn more.
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regulatory compliance services, validation services, regulatory compliance, fda rulings, validator, validation, validation consultants
    
Compliance Associates
Published By: FICO     Published Date: Nov 30, 2016
Unexpected failure or performance erosion of production equipment can significantly impact productivity, product quality and maintenance expenses within any manufacturing organization. It’s also difficult to get operations ‘back on track’ after these failures occur. The good news is that, via the Internet of Things, intelligent use of sensor data, machine learning and optimization can help companies take a proactive approach to predicting failures and re-optimizing processes around them.
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iot, internet of things, manufacturing, it management, knowledge management, data management
    
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Published By: Stratus Technologies     Published Date: Jan 31, 2017
he pursuits to reduce costs and avoid unplanned downtime remain primary operational goals in industrial plants. A convergence of factors has created an opportunity for industrial organizations such as manufacturing, oil and gas, chemicals and water treatment companies to aggressively pursue both. Although the pace of investment can be relatively slow in industrial automation (IA), technological advances, economic trends and market pressures have created an environment in which plants are compelled to modernize operational technology (OT) in order to ensure maximum efficiency and minimum process interruptions. Simply put, OT is getting old. The industrial sector is heavily capital-intensive and traditionally utilizes equipment with long lifecycles. Organizations with such outdated automation systems are in dire need of OT modernization to keep up with the pace of change, customer demands and business priorities, and reduce the risk of critical failures and costly downtime. Download th
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stratus, performance improvements, downtime, operations, unplanned downtime, operational technology, business technology
    
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Published By: CyberX     Published Date: Aug 21, 2017
Today, a range of diverse cyber-adversaries — including nation-states, cybercriminals, competitors, hacktivists, and insiders/contractors — pose financial, reputational and regulatory risk to industrial and critical infrastructure organizations. The business impact can include costly production downtime, safety failures, and environmental release of hazardous materials, as well as theft of corporate secrets such as sensitive information about formulas and proprietary manufacturing processes. The challenge is compounded as organizations adopt digitization initiatives and IT/OT convergence to support the business — removing any “air-gaps” that may have existed in the past. To help security and operations teams stay ahead of the latest ICS/SCADA threats, CyberX — the industrial cybersecurity company founded by military cyber experts with nation-state experience securing critical infrastructure — has partnered with SANS to create educational content about emerging ICS threat vectors and
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ics, scada, cyberx, cyber security, hacking, randomware
    
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Published By: Epicor     Published Date: Aug 01, 2017
Like many manufacturers, your shop floor operations may be challenged with inefficient standard processes, unpredictable downtime, and difficulties with machinery maintenance. A manufacturing execution system (MES) can help make the most of your shop floor’s capabilities, with tools that can identify under-performing and high-performance machines, and then optimize asset utilization accordingly. Engineers can design, refine, and implement better work processes, and operations professionals can improve preventive maintenance and response times. The result is less downtime, less scrap, more productivity, and lower cost. With the real-time information of an MES, you can transform the shop floor into an important contributor that drives the strategic direction of your business, differentiates your brand, and positions your company as a market leader.
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enterprise resource planning (erp), manufacturing execution system (mes), manufacturing, mattec mes
    
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Published By: OpenText     Published Date: Sep 27, 2017
The global nature of today’s manufacturing industry means that it is more important than ever to ensure that all participants in the design and engineering process are able to access digital information relating to a product any time, or anywhere around the world.
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opentext, manufacturing, design, engineering, digital
    
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Published By: Epicor Software Corporation     Published Date: Apr 12, 2017
An Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system is a series of software applications or modules that collects data from your sales, purchasing, finance, inventory, supply chain, manufacturing and quality functions into a common database so that your company can share the information, coordinate activities and collaborate. If you’re looking for your first ERP system or looking to upgrade from an existing system, the evaluation, selection and implementation process is a long-term strategic decision for your organization.
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data management, data system, business development, software integration, resource planning, enterprise management, data collection
    
Epicor Software Corporation
Published By: Epicor Software Corp     Published Date: Nov 07, 2017
Every manufacturing company has aspirations to grow. Growth is exciting, yet it can also be challenging. Arm yourself with the right enterprise applications and technology, and consider cloud ERP software as an important component of your arsenal as you strive for growth and battle for market share. This report from Mint Jutras—an independent research and advisory firm that specializes in analyzing the business impact of enterprise solutions—highlights how cloud applications allow businesses to grow by: • Quickly expanding into new territories • Tightening compliance and governance • More effectively implementing standard processes • Achieving greater visibility into the enterprise Download the Mint Jutras report today to learn how cloud ERP from Epicor can help your business grow.
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erp software, cloud erp, manufacturing, epicor erp, cloud applications
    
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Published By: Cisco     Published Date: Mar 07, 2016
Find out how the Internet of Things (IoT) is changing manufacturing.
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iot, plant networks, connected factory, reducing costs, quality management, productivity, it networks, manufacturing process
    
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Published By: Cisco     Published Date: Aug 27, 2015
This kit offers everything needed to connect, secure, and analyze a manufacturing floor, to evaluate the benefits of a connected factory before launching factory-wide.
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connected factory, starter kit, manufacturing process management, programmable logic controllers, plcs, wireless equipment connectivity, convergence, data integration, infrastructure management, business intelligence, data analytics, workforce automation
    
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Published By: Cisco     Published Date: Nov 17, 2015
Industrial enterprises around the world are retooling their factories with advanced technologies to boost manufacturing flexibility and speed, achieving new levels of overall equipment effectiveness (OEE), supply chain responsiveness, and customer satisfaction in the process. This renaissance reflects very real pressures industry players face today. For years, traditional factories have been operating at a disadvantage, impeded by production environments that are “disconnected”—at the very least strictly gated—to corporate business systems, to supply chains, and to customers and partners. Managers of these traditional factories say the feeling is akin to flying blind. These are operations where plant floors, front offices, and suppliers operate in independent silos, where managers have only hazy visibility into downtime and quality problems, and where the root causes of inefficiencies are rarely understood or addressed.
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industrial enterprise, manufacturing, connected factory, convergence, automation, business networks, factory-based operational technologies, it networks, global visibility, global supply chain, iot, ioe, networking, it management
    
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Published By: Cisco     Published Date: Nov 17, 2015
Gain Immediate Value from Your Connected Factory Architecture! Imagine if you could reconfigure your production line in days instead of weeks. Or if you could cut long search times for parts in half using factory wireless across a connected factory architecture. These are only a few of the reasons why leading manufacturers deploy Cisco’s Connected Factory Solution. Now you can try out these new technologies and capabilities on a small scale, with low financial risk in your own plant with the Cisco Connected Factory Starter Kit. Create a living lab and test out one or more specific use cases. Use it as a demo to get buy in from stakeholders. Or get one production line up and running immediately and roll out a more comprehensive deployment later on.
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cisco, connected factory, starter kit, manufacturing process management, programmable logic controllers, plcs, wireless equipment connectivity, convergence, data integration, infrastructure management, business intelligence, data analytics, workforce automation, networking, security
    
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Published By: Cisco     Published Date: Jan 08, 2016
Many manufacturers are pursuing the immense business benefits available from digitizing and connecting their factories. Major gains in overall equipment effectiveness (OEE), reduced downtime, and manufacturing flexibility can be achieved with a factory that is digitized and connected. By providing visibility to machines and processes, manufacturers can anticipate issues that create unplanned downtime. By putting in place a secure, converged and wireless-ready network, manufacturers can have a platform that enables the agility to quickly start up new machines, cells, and lines, and rapidly deliver new products.
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