Collecting manufacturing data is one thing. Making sense of it is another. That's where business intelligence comes in.
Even cloud-based ERP can handle complex assemblies with multiple configurations.
Large, complex enterprise software systems are showing up in small mobile devices.
The forecast for enterprise resource planning (ERP): plenty of cloud computing with periods of specific-ERP enhancements.
From machine control to operations management, software lets factory operators and manufacturing executives apply the right amount of factory control.
It’s “everything you want from an ERP system without the ERP.” It’s Facebook-meets-manufacturing.
Look what’s gaining traction in enterprise resource planning: A new way to run it offsite.
Enterprise resource planning (ERP) keeps transforming as vendors find new ways to solidify this system's standing as the fundamental data backbone of any company. Here are key things to consider.
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