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At Last-A Complete (and Successful) RFID Implementation
A radio frequency identification implementation is a major undertaking for any organization—a project with ample risk of failure. This entire series is a step

allow for overlapping operations or activities by quantity time and percent complete  capture through RFID will allow for near instantaneous visibility of supply chain activities, facilitate better demand planning and sales projections, and assist with purchasing decisions. Once EPC data is integrated to the database, it can provide real-time information as well as location and batch information that can identify and locate specific products at any point in the supply chain. A best practices approach suggests using both bar code and RFID technologies, as these are complementary. While bar Read More
ROI for RFID: A Case Study Part Two: Implementation and Results
If companies are to find value in radio frequency identification (RFID), they need to view this technology as more than eliminating the scanning gun from the

allow for overlapping operations or activities by quantity time and percent complete  timeline below, with barely allowing the project team to catch its collective breaths, the RFID project started in August 2003. The project was completed by the end of the year under an aggressive schedule. At the first of the year, KiMs began running in parallel with its old barcode technology, anticipating cutover to RFID completed in the second quarter of 2004. Generally, the project team did not feel that having previous exposure to barcode technology was a significant advantage. RFID technology is Read More
Challenges of the Future: The Rebirth of Small Independent Retail in America
By any measure, retailers are overwhelming small businesses. More than 95 percent of all retailers have only one store. Almost 90 percent have sales less than

allow for overlapping operations or activities by quantity time and percent complete  that these new approaches allow for faster testing and measurement, giving a marketer a quicker read on what''s working or not. Bulls'' eye targeting, a very recent advertising innovation, is the localization of the Internet through geolocation technology, allowing businesses to target ads by city, zip code or even distance from a given address. Other successful small independents are investing more in sponsorships and events, bringing people into their stores to experience what makes them special and Read More
Thou Shalt Manage (and Cherish) Thy (Best) Suppliers
In its recent report, Shifting C-level Business Priorities as the Recovery Takes Hold, Saugatuck Technologies claims that top business priorities are returning

allow for overlapping operations or activities by quantity time and percent complete  Incorporating e-signatures (digital signatures) allows for faster contract signature cycle time and helps the suppliers get payments in quicker, while allowing the customer to get their goods/services faster. Also, with the availability of low cost software as a service (SaaS) options for contract management, we are seeing an increasing number of small/mid-market customers adopt the software. Even starting with a simple repository and then incorporating proactive alerts and post-contract management are Read More
The Exacting Needs of Metal Service Centers
General enterprise resource planning (ERP) providers that are viable companies with a solid product, typically do not meet the dimensional inventory, chemical

allow for overlapping operations or activities by quantity time and percent complete  only a selected few allow user-definable attributes to be associated and validated for each item and each piece of stock within that item''s inventory, and can do so without encumbering the master item classification. The product line of some customers might consist of a few thousand products that fall in two categories: 1) standard, and 2) non-standard, sub-assemblies (products). For example, the standard material may be an aluminum coil ranging from 42 to 60 inches in width, weighing between 2,000 and Read More
Software Evaluation Guide-Key Characteristics to Look for in a Business System for the Wire and Cable Industry
As a wire and cable manufacturer, you probably already have a computer system in place that you couldn’t operate without. However, this system may be outdated

allow for overlapping operations or activities by quantity time and percent complete  Evaluation Guide-Key Characteristics to Look for in a Business System for the Wire and Cable Industry As a wire and cable manufacturer, you probably already have a computer system in place that you couldn’t operate without. However, this system may be outdated, or may not provide the capabilities you need. But moving to a new enterprise-wide business system is an important step—one you can’t afford to take lightly. What, exactly, do you look for? Read More
Apparel & Footwear Template for Microsoft Dynamics AX: ERP for Fashion Industries Competitor Analysis Report
The Discrete ERP Knowledge Base will help those involved in manufacturing and other industries, research vendors that support a range of production capabilities

allow for overlapping operations or activities by quantity time and percent complete  & Footwear Template for Microsoft Dynamics AX: ERP for Fashion Industries Competitor Analysis Report The Discrete ERP Knowledge Base will help those involved in manufacturing and other industries, research vendors that support a range of production capabilities such as production planning, shop floor control, and product costing. The knowledge base also provides information on financials, human resources, and other enterprise management modules. Read More
Top Ten Tips for Selecting the Right Digital Signature Solution for Your Organization
As the traditional paper-based world gives way to global digital businesses, documents often require signatures to be collected from people across the world

allow for overlapping operations or activities by quantity time and percent complete  Ten Tips for Selecting the Right Digital Signature Solution for Your Organization As the traditional paper-based world gives way to global digital businesses, documents often require signatures to be collected from people across the world, including employees, customers, and partners. This can break a fully automated workflow and add unnecessary delays and expenses to what can be a completely digital process. Learn how to employ easy-to-use tools for digitally signing and authenticating documents and Read More
Designing for Digital: 8 Tips for Creating Digital Publications that Engage Customers and Drive Sales
The overarching goal of any digital publication is to tell a story that connects with your customers in as many ways as possible. Today, this means bringing

allow for overlapping operations or activities by quantity time and percent complete  for Digital: 8 Tips for Creating Digital Publications that Engage Customers and Drive Sales The overarching goal of any digital publication is to tell a story that connects with your customers in as many ways as possible. Today, this means bringing your offerings to every touch point—Web, mobile, tablet, and social. Download this white paper to discover 8 tips for designing a digital publication that increases brand awareness, improves audience engagement and, ultimately, drives sales. Read More
Time Tracking and Attendance Primer: Beyond the Clock
Punch clocks, clock card machines, Bundy clocks, time recorders. Most organizations are opting for newer methods to track their employees’ time and attendance

allow for overlapping operations or activities by quantity time and percent complete  Time Clocks —Magnetic readers allow employees to swipe their personal employee identification card (with magnetic strip) through a reader. Information such as employee arrival and departure times, breaks, and lunches is then transmitted to the appropriate department through the enabling software. Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) Terminals —This solution automates employee time tracking using RFID technology. Employees are given a unique RFID badge that they pass over the RFID reader. The reader Read More
Strong Showing for Infor SyteLine v.9 for ERP for Engineer-to-order Manufacturing [Infographic]
See how Infor SyteLine v.9 measures up in this infographic of a benchmark analysis against other leading ERP solutions for engineer-to-order (ETO) manufacturing

allow for overlapping operations or activities by quantity time and percent complete  Showing for Infor SyteLine v.9 for ERP for Engineer-to-order Manufacturing [Infographic] Here’s a snapshot of how Infor SyteLine v.9 measures up in a benchmark analysis against other leading ERP solutions for engineer-to-order (ETO) manufacturing. The SyteLine product has the depth to support several manufacturing scenarios. A full product review report is now available. For a more in-depth functional analysis, you can compare Infor SyteLine to other leading ERP solutions in the ERP Evaluation Read More
Financial Forecasting: Room for Improvement for People, Process and Technology
Preparing an accurate forecast in this volatile business climate is challenging. Still, it is critical for businesses to be able to predict outcomes for the

allow for overlapping operations or activities by quantity time and percent complete  Forecasting: Room for Improvement for People, Process and Technology Preparing an accurate forecast in this volatile business climate is challenging. Still, it is critical for businesses to be able to predict outcomes for the next month, quarter or year, and be able to respond quickly when the actuals vary significantly from the forecast. Forecasting may be equal parts art and science, but the most dialed-in enterprises report using a solid, collaborative process for generating accurate forecasts. Read More

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