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Business Intelligence Status Report
Spurred by government mandates for more business transparency, business intelligence has emerged to extract information from ERP systems. How has BI emerged

business intelligence article for discrete manufacturing  set of technologies called business intelligence (BI), more important than ever for all enterprise application users. Users rarely feel satisfied with the amount of information they can extract, if they can extract any at all, from their enterprise applications. Enterprise resource planning (ERP) and BI (sometimes called analytics, which is specialized analytical software) are inseparable concepts, but they have taken different trajectories and evolved differently. ERP systems have positively transformed Read More
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Manufacturing Systems with an IQ: Beating the Odds, Mightily - Part 1
Some time in mid-2005 TEC published a six part article on IQMS, a relatively small and obscure enterprise resource planning (ERP) vendor based in Paso Robles

business intelligence article for discrete manufacturing  especially appreciate a strategic business application that integrates financial management , human resources management system (HRMS ), manufacturing systems, and other corporate software functions into a single system. However, such homogeneous offerings are yet to be offered even by vendors that are incomparably larger. Even the market leader SAP has recently given up on its traditional “not invented here” attitude ( think of the Business Objects or Visiprise acquisitions ), but not tiny IQMS. In Read More
ABAS Business Software-One Mid-market ERP Vendor to Watch For
ABAS Business Software has built a name for itself as a mid-market enterprise resource planning (ERP) vendor to contend with. In his latest article, TEC

business intelligence article for discrete manufacturing  mobile solutions, and embedded business intelligence (BI) via Jaspersoft reports. In addition, an e-learning tool is built in to the software and tracks users’ progress as they interactively train on abas ERP modules. abas Business Software is quite platform agnostic, as it supports Microsoft Windows 2000 , 2003 , and 2008 , as well as Linux (the Red Hat , SuSE , and Debian ) servers. The product can be deployed in both single-tenant and multi-tenant software-as-a-service (SaaS) models. abas ERP can Read More
Today's Discrete ERP Landscape: Trends, Challenges, and Solutions
With web-enabled technology, business intelligence, and supply chain management becoming integral parts of the manufacturing environment, discrete enterprise

business intelligence article for discrete manufacturing  Manufacturing analytics represents a business intelligence (BI) solution layer on top of traditional manufacturing technologies, enabling users to extract data. ERP vendors have developed expertise in particular areas of discrete manufacturing. With this expertise, they have developed ERP systems with advanced BI functionality. The BI component to such ERP systems can perform several functions: allow the user to mine data in terms of sourcing, assembling, and delivering goods or components increase Read More
Reconnecting with a Tried-and-True Manufacturing ERP Vendor
What has QAD, a leading provider of enterprise applications for global manufacturing companies, been up to lately? TEC principal analyst P.J. Jakovljevic

business intelligence article for discrete manufacturing  user interface (UI) and business intelligence (BI) capabilities. With the launch of QAD Enterprise Applications 2007 , QAD pioneered hybrid deployment, enabling customers to deploy its applications either on premise, on appliance (for remote departments in regions with no Internet access), or on demand (SaaS). In 2008, QAD launched a significant enhancement to its core suite with the release of the Enterprise Edition of QAD Enterprise Applications. The 2008 release introduced global financial management Read More
Preparing for Product Development in Process Manufacturing
Combining process industry–oriented product lifecycle management capabilities with process manufacturing–oriented enterprise resource planning ones can help

business intelligence article for discrete manufacturing  technology to automate the business processes that are found in the more straightforward discrete manufacturing setup, where much of the complexity lies in coordinating the great number of widgets that are assembled into computers, minivans, and television sets. The capacity needed to assemble the multitude of intermediate parts and subcomponents into finished goods is a simple function of the number of assemblers brought to the task, which can be increased or decreased according to demand. Conversely, Read More
Sunrise Technologies' Apparel & Footwear Template for Microsoft Dynamics AX: ERP for Fashion Certification Report 2011
Sunrise Technologies' Apparel & Footwear Template for Microsoft Dynamics AX is now TEC Certified for online evaluation of enterprise resource planning (ERP) for

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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

business intelligence article for discrete manufacturing  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
Lean Business Intelligence: Why and How Enterprises Are Moving To Self-service Business Intelligence
Today’s knowledge workers spend more time sorting though a huge amount of information and less time adding value to it. Enterprises have responded by moving to

business intelligence article for discrete manufacturing  Are Moving To Self-service Business Intelligence Today’s knowledge workers spend more time sorting though a huge amount of information and less time adding value to it. Enterprises have responded by moving to a self-service business intelligence (BI) model. But that often conflicts with efforts to control, secure, centralize, and optimize their BI environments. Learn how you can get the right data now, while maintaining information quality and operational security. Read More
Creating Competitive Advantage with Business Intelligence Pervasiveness
Pervasive business intelligence (BI) results when organizational culture, business processes, and technologies are designed and implemented with the goal of

business intelligence article for discrete manufacturing  Competitive Advantage with Business Intelligence Pervasiveness Pervasive business intelligence (BI) results when organizational culture, business processes, and technologies are designed and implemented with the goal of improving the strategic, operational, and tactical decision-making capabilities of a wide range of internal and external stakeholders. Read about creating a BI strategy and improving your BI competency. Read More
Business Intelligence: the Definitive Guide for Midsize Organizations
Business intelligence (BI) tools are now affordable for midsize companies, and accessible to non-technical business users. Managers can use BI to analyze

business intelligence article for discrete manufacturing  Guide for Midsize Organizations Business intelligence (BI) tools are now affordable for midsize companies, and accessible to non-technical business users. Managers can use BI to analyze complex information and support their decision-making processes—combining data from many sources into an integrated, up-to-date view. Find out what midsize companies need to know to select the right BI product, the right BI vendor, and the right approach to BI. Read More
Making Business Intelligence Easy: Collaborative Business Intelligence
The merging of BI and Web 2.0 technologies has given rise to the new concept of collaborative BI, a type of collaborative decision making (CDM) platform

business intelligence article for discrete manufacturing  Business Intelligence Easy: Collaborative Business Intelligence The merging of BI and Web 2.0 technologies has given rise to the new concept of collaborative BI, a type of collaborative decision making (CDM) platform. Collaborative BI has been hailed by many as the answer to the persistent problem that, despite increasing amounts of money being spent on BI, many organizations are failing to utilize reporting and analytics effectively. Read this white paper to learn the essential features of a Read More
SAP Manufacturing
Managing complexity while enhancing agility is a real challenge. To respond to customer needs, manufacturers must reduce their time to market and time to volume

business intelligence article for discrete manufacturing  the pace of their business. Read More
Growth Solutions for Data Storage: Meeting Needs Now and in the Future for Small Business
For business everywhere, the growth in the Internet has resulted in an enormous challenge to effectively and affordably manage, store, and archive digital files

business intelligence article for discrete manufacturing  the Future for Small Business For business everywhere, the growth in the Internet has resulted in an enormous challenge to effectively and affordably manage, store, and archive digital files. In small to medium businesses (SMBs), solutions to store and manage digital files are often on a PC server or external hard drive—which can limit growth. SMBs should look for a storage and file management solution that allows for incremental growth. Find out why. Read More

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