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How manufacturers can achieve a more streamlined order-to-delivery process with CPQ

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In the last blog post, we examined how APS (advanced planning and scheduling) benefits modern manufacturers. In this post, we will talk about CPQ (configure price quote), another key integration for advanced ERP software.

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Topics: Enterprise Resource Planning ERP

Cloud 101 - A quick guide to Cloud ERP

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Cloud-based solutions are one of the most prominent trends in ERP, and there is plenty of hype around this trend. Most major ERP vendors have offered cloud-based versions of their products and are encouraging their customers to upgrade from legacy systems to cloud offerings. A few vendors offer exclusively cloud systems. And while moving to the cloud has constantly been praised as the right direction, it must not be seen as the only option for companies looking for ERP.

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Topics: Enterprise Resource Planning ERP

Data Analytics for Manufacturing: the Tesla’s Case Study (Part 1)

Posted by Thai Pham on

If Tesla Motors is to achieve the aggressive goal of making 1 million cars by 2020 set out by its CEO Elon Musk, it will partly be because of application of data analytics in its manufacturing operations.

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Topics: Business Intelligence, Analytics

7 questions a CEO should consider before starting an ERP project (Part 2)

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In the previous blog, we explored the first 3 critical questions that CEOs must have answers to before they commit the company’s resources to an ERP project. In this post, we will discuss about the remaining 4 questions. 

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Topics: ERP, Enterprise Resource Planning ERP

7 questions a CEO should consider before starting an ERP project

Posted by Rick Yvanovich on

When a business embarks on an ERP project, there is a lot at stake, particularly if it is the first implementation. The investment is massive. The expectation is high, and so is the risk. At the end of the day, the ultimate responsibility for project success rests with the CEO.

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Topics: ERP, Enterprise Resource Planning ERP

What you need to know about Millennials

Posted by Huy Tran on

Occupying approximately 35% of global workforce and still on the rise each and every year, it's Millennials - the generation of those whose coming of age is at the beginning of this new millennium. They are labeled as "tech-savvy", "creative" or "energetic", "ambitious" etc,. But those words don't fully represent this generation.

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Topics: Talent Management

Improving financial forecasting for hotels with cloud-based systems

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How can a hotel chain whose properties are located in many different countries reliably provide its financial professionals with advanced forecasting and reporting capabilities around the clock and across multiple devices? Find out how Kempinski Hotels - the Europe’s oldest luxury hotel group – achieved such a feat.

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[Infographic] 10 most valuable technical skills

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A study by the jobs analytics firm Burning Glass has revealed which business skills saw the fastest-growing demand between 2011 and 2015 by analysing millions of job ads on more than 40,000 career websites.

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Topics: Talent Management, Business Intelligence, Analytics

7 universal emotions to learn for a higher EQ (Part 2)

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In the previous entry, we talked about 3 out of 7 universal emotions you need to know to improve your emotional intelligence. Let's find out what the remaining 4 are.

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Topics: Talent Management

[Infographic] GE vs Siemens for the Industrial Internet of Things

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There is a growing consensus among industry analysts that IoT (Internet of Things) and IIoT (Industrial Internet of Things) are becoming the main drivers of the next Industrial Evolution, which will completely transform how manufacturing, supply chain, and services problems are solved.

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Topics: ERP, Enterprise Resource Planning ERP

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