This guide provides an overview of the steps for conducting an effective and successful enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution evaluation. The process can be challenging because of the level of detail that must be addressed, ensuring that key steps are not overlooked.
Compiere delivers a broad and rich set of integrated business functionality on a global-ready platform. Manage any number of organizations, warehouses, languages, currencies, and accounting rules. Utilize role-based Management Dashboards with drilldown capability to effectively monitor and analyze your operations. Pre-built charts and graphs are provided and are easily expanded to meet your specific needs. And, Compiere Enterprise is built to scale -supporting multiple servers, large transaction volumes, hundreds of users and business complexity required by demanding businesses of all sizes.
Today’s wire and cable industry is marked by intense global competition, cyclical markets, changing demand patterns, and the commoditization of products. Many wire and cable manufacturers are moving to more complex and sophisticated products that have specialized high performance characteristics.
The metals industry is unlike any other. Ordinary manufacturing systems designed for standard discrete or continuous process environments simply cannot handle the special requirements of metals production and processing.
The process of implementing a new enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution is challenging, sending your organization down a long road of beneficial, although sometimes demanding, change.
Lean Manufacturing fundamentals were founded on the Toyota Production System, or Just In Time Manufacturing, which embraces the concepts of minimal inventories and continuous improvement through the identification and elimination of waste.
Compiere Warehouse Management, a Consona ERP solution, includes comprehensive, integrated functionality that automates inbound, warehousing and outbound operations. Utilizing a first-of-its-kind customizable rules engine, it directs warehouse activities resulting in improved productivity, space utilization and customer satisfaction.
In today’s challenging business environment, midsize manufacturers are faced with increasing pressures from both domestic and overseas competition—pressures to reduce costs, improve and maintain quality and decrease lead times.
There’s no question that the printed circuit board (PCB) manufacturing market has changed dramatically in recent years. Whereas 30 percent of the world’s production of boards of all types took place in Europe and North America in 2002, by 2007 that market share had declined to 17 percent with the majority of production now coming from China and Japan and with Taiwan, Korea and the rest of Asia increasing production year-over-year.
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