ARCA is one of the largest manufacturers and systems integrators of cash-handling devices in the world. The company develops software applications and supplies components and diagnostics for cash dispensers, cash recycling machines and coin dispensers. See how Plex Online not only doubled their production and market share, but also increased ARCA's efficiency by 20 percent.
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Successful manufacturers are always on the lookout for ways to more efficiently and effectively track their supplier inventory. EaglePicher Technologies (EPT) is one such company.
Manufacturers require a sophisticated network to track inventory, production, and scheduling across an enterprise that includes multiple locations in different time zones and, at times, continents.
After an intensive global search, Inteva selected Plex Online as its new ERP solution. The company replaced all of its systems with this one, integrated solution that today provides access to consistent, accurate, real-time business information, “from the shop floor to the top floor,” for all employees around the globe.
In one of the most difficult economic environments in decades, manufacturers around the world are reevaluating their ERP systems. Medical device manufacturers, food and beverage processors, aerospace and automotive suppliers, and others are looking to implement ERP systems that cut costs, streamline operations, and improve performance.
This paper attempts to clear this haze by clearly defining the term, and describing the short-term and long-term benefits of the solution model and its variants.
Today's manufacturers are looking for ERP solutions that improve operations, cutcosts, and help improve product quality. These enterprises want to move "beyond the hype" and away from the empty promises of many ERP vendors in the marketplace.
In this turbulent market, leading industry analysts suggest that manufacturers stabilize their respective businesses, protecting them from excessive risk and ensuring that the enterprise has the liquidity necessary to weather the crisis.
Today's manufacturing enterprise is challenged by rising material costs, increasing competition, and ever-changing customer requirements. If a manufacturer's Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) solution is not up to par, these companies are faced with dizzying levels of complexity, duplication of effort, and in the worse cases, poor quality and customer service. This paper describes the warning signs that an ERP system is killing a business, and suggests how companies can thrive with a new approach to business systems.