Manufacturing ERP integration and software customization challenges News
April 27, 2016
User experience software from Knoa helps a public utility run its SAP ERP more effectively; plus, new report shows ERP projects cost less, but run longer -- and that's a good thing.
April 12, 2016
The digital business transformation is steadily making its way to manufacturing, but an expert panel advises that strong leadership is needed to reach full potential.
March 04, 2016
The success of ERP projects depends on organizational change management, the right ERP software selection and executive buy-in, says a panel of ERP experts.
February 24, 2016
ERP implementation failure is common, according to the experts from Panorama Consulting. Their ERP Boot Camp offered tips on how to keep a project on track and justify benefits.
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Blockchain, the ledger of transaction data most commonly associated with Bitcoin, can be used in service of supply chain management. Here's a look at how. Continue Reading
Modern manufacturing execution systems already have solid reporting and connectivity, but lack the capacity and analytics to be control centers of the Industrial Internet of Things. Continue Reading
MES technology links plant systems to business applications. As more devices go digital over the Internet, it's positioned to be the control center for digital manufacturing. Continue Reading
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Chemical companies, food processing companies, makers of pharmaceuticals and other process manufacturers have specific ERP needs. Here's what you need to know about finding the right software. Continue Reading
The line of business Enterprise Management product S/4HANA Supply Chain offers a production-planning component that features materials planning tools and intuitive dashboards. Continue Reading
In this time of ubiquitous smartphones and the use of BYOD, it would seem that mobile ERP applications would be widespread in manufacturing. Here's why they're not. Continue Reading