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Powerful strategies for taking charge of contract manufacturing.Air International US can be the key of your success!Read our whitepaper for absolutly free! Since 1996, Air International US (AIUS) has used an outsourced manufacturing strategy instead of maintaining its own facilities. For the first few years, communication between AIUS and its outsourced partners was manual, which formed a barrier preventing the company from maximizing its contract manufacturing strategy. To improve outsourcing processes, AIUS chose a change management solution with bill of materials (BOM) management and a software-as-a-service architecture. Learn more.
: bringing together the entire 30-person team for one-and-a-half hour weekly change review meetings. The cost of these meetings—in terms of lost productivity and slowed development cycles—was significant: 20% of the company’s annual change review processing costs. Despite the significant time commitment this process entailed, it still only provided a static snapshot of dynamically changing data and slowed the entire development cycle. AIUS wanted a better way to share change information in real
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Desktop Management s Dirty Little Secret
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: a patch for a 30-person office is barely tolerable. The task becomes daunting for 20,000 desktops scattered over 35 different countries. Managing these desktops when fixes and upgrades appear every week is a network administrator s biggest challenge, and headache. Many enterprises have turned to electronic software distribution (ESD) technology to mitigate desktop and server management pain. ESD promises to simplify software distribution and management, and eliminate sneakernet the costly,
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: size, from a small, 30-person garment maker to a 50,000-person, multi-national manufacturer. Agility, accuracy, and completeness of data delivery are the three primary objectives. An EIM initiative will often be launched well after the organization has implemented its patchwork infrastructure of disparate repositories and applications, signifying a creeping recognition that data integration is broader than individual systems and organizations. As data management practices evolve and become adopted,
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