Over the past few months, the impact of the pandemic has forced many businesses to scale back operations or shut down completely. Other organisations have been fortunate to reinvent their business models to remain relevant. The key to survival however lies in the ability to change in order to create long-term, positive outcomes for the … Continue reading How manufacturers can pivot from response to re-conceptualisation
Australia’s product safety laws are poor in comparison to some other developed nations around the world, and unfortunately this means that there are 6.6 million unsafe products currently under voluntary recall that have been allowed to remain in Australian homes according the ACCC. There are around 780 deaths and around 52,000 injuries annually in Australia … Continue reading Australian consumers need better product safety laws
The impact of recalls within the automotive parts sector are far-reaching and not only do they affect the manufacturer themselves, but there is an impact on the automotive brands that use them too. From drops in sales, to reputational damage and not to mention customer safety, it has become vital to track and trace an … Continue reading Do not let an unchecked fault drive off with your credibility
By Rob Stummer, Asia Pacific CEO, SYSPRO In Australia, two people die, and 145 people are injured every day by unsafe consumer products, according to the ACCC. This amounts to a cost of at least $5 billion to the economy, including medical costs, lost wages, and lost productivity, not least to say the hidden costs … Continue reading The Ten Most Famous Product Recalls of the Last 5 Years
Syspro has released its latest ERP software offering, Syspro 7. Aimed at the tier-2 market, it includes features which are likely to prove attractive to Australian manufacturers.