Terri Hiskey, Vice President of Product Marketing for Manufacturing at Epicor Software. Look around, and the manufacturing industry is brimming with examples of firms that are bringing the latest technological developments to their factory floors. Their goal? To improve processes, increase automation levels, and facilitate future business growth. A case in point is the manufacturing … Continue reading Manufacturing is back, and more intelligent than ever – but are we reaping the benefits yet?
With the increasing deployment of low- cost sensors and their connection to the internet, manufacturers now have access to a large amount of data. For companies to capture the value of this data, developing mature data understanding is as important as having advanced analytical tools. A survey of 50 small and large businesses by McKinsey&Company, … Continue reading Leveraging the value of data analytics
SAP SE and Callidus Software (doing business as CallidusCloud) have announced that SAP Americahas entered into an agreement to acquire CallidusCloud. The acquisition gives SAP immediate leadership in the Lead to Money space that includes sales performance management (SPM) and configure-price-quote (CPQ). CallidusCloud offers a full suite of SPM and CPQ solutions, including sales enablement, sales … Continue reading SAP to acquire Callidus Software, ramps up pace in the cloud race
Pronto Software has won Best Software Product at the Australian Business Awards.
The inaugural Factories of the Future (FotF) event covered themes such as the decoupling of manufacturing from design, the growing influence of the cloud, and what an increasingly connected world might offer.
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In response to the need to drive efficiencies and compete on a global market, some clear technology trends have emerged in the manufacturing industry.
A robust, fully integrated business management solution is a crucial piece of capital infrastructure. Yet, as Tony Howell writes, it is frequently overlooked.
Organisations view large-scale enterprise applications as a means to gain competitive advantage.
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Gareth Berry examines three of the biggest predictions made about the manufacturing and logistics industries 12 months ago.
Sinapse and abas Software AG have agreed that Sinapse will be a reseller and implementation partner for abas ERP in Australia.
The repeal of the carbon tax has stolen plenty of headlines recently. Mike Lorge looks at what is it likely to mean for the nation’s manufacturers.
Australian businesses need to respond faster to digitalisation, disruptive competitors and new business models to remain viable.
ERP systems today are more evolved, more useful and more accessible than ever. They also work in ways never originally intended.
Leading Australian family business Headland Machinery was able to transform its business performance by implementing the NetSuite ERP/CRM solution.
Much has been written about Industry 4.0 being the next industrial revolution, but how many Australian manufacturers really understand the concept?
In today’s globalised market, organisations’ needs are changing every day.
The solutions have been designed specifically to meet the strategic objectives of manufacturers as they transform their operations to benefit from the Industrial Internet.
Research from Panorama Consulting has found manufacturers appear more likely to exceed their enterprise resource planning rollout budgets than others.