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Ho Nguyen

Ho Dong Nguyen is the Director in the Information Technology Communication (ICT) Consulting Services of RSM DTL Auditing Company. He has fifteen years of experience in implementing enterprise resource planning (ERP) solutions, focusing on accounting and manufacturing applications. He has managed ERP implementation projects in various industries, including heavy industry, fast-moving consumer goods, pharmaceuticals, chemicals, and professional services. He was the consultant team leader in an ERP implementation project that was one of the implementations of a Scala business solution in Asia. He is also participating as the role of Party A Project Director and ICT Strategy Developer. Prior to joining DTL Auditing Company, he worked for a 100%-foreign-owned firm (Ernst & Young Vietnam), implementing ERP business solutions for seven years. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in mathematics from the Natural Science University in Ho Chi Minh City. He normally acts as the Project Director on ERP implementation projects. He also does the business requirements review, and is actively involved in the design, project planning, and installation of new ERP systems.
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Making a Business Case for Networked (Cloud) Business Intelligence

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Networked Business Intelligence (BI) leverages new capabilities to truly combine the centralised and decentralised models of BI, delivering the best aspects of both: end-user self-service without analytical silos. It is a new approach to analytics based on the idea that trusted and well governed data is not at odds with speed and ease of use.

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Topics: Cloud Computing, Business Intelligence, Analytics

How to Encourage and Nurture Innovation in Manufacturing

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Innovation is critical to the manufacturing industry. But how does an idea evolve from inspiration to execution? Sometimes it’s a mystery, sometimes pure luck—and sometimes an idea comes to fruition via a carefully orchestrated process with many individuals participating, each person playing a vital role. What can you do to create an environment that’s conducive to creative thinking and encourages your people to act on those ideas?

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Topics: Technology trends, Enterprise Resource Planning ERP

What are Collaborative Robots (Cobots) and Why are They the Future?

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A collaborative robot (cobot or co-bot) is a robot designed to work alongside human workers in a shared workspace. On the contrary, industrial robots typically operate autonomously and with little physical interaction with humans. The role of cobots in the Industry 4.0 will only get bigger.

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Topics: Technology trends, Enterprise Resource Planning ERP

Asia-Pacific Manufacturers Spending Big on Robots

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The APEJ region (Asia Pacific excluding Japan) is expected to spend US$125.4 billion on robotics in 2022, tripling the spending in 2017, with a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 25.7 per cent from 2018 through 2022. APEJ is currently the largest robotics market and poised to account for more than 62 per cent of the global robotics spending in 2022, according to the research firm IDC.

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Topics: Technology trends, Enterprise Resource Planning ERP

Manufacturers are Embracing Innovation and Here's Why

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Innovation is a central component of the manufacturing industry. It can take many forms and address many functions. It can be a simple tactic for improving shop floor operations. It can be a concept for a new type of product or service. It can be a revolutionary approach that completely disrupts the way you do business.

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Topics: Technology trends, Enterprise Resource Planning ERP

What is Predictive Maintenance (PdM)? Its Pros and Cons

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For manufacturers, one of the top priorities is to maximise the machinery life cycle. As sudden machinery breakdowns can lead to downtime and expensive reparation. Consequently, manufacturing businesses have to look for a solution to reduce the maintenance cost and increase the equipment uptime and availability.
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Topics: Technology trends, Enterprise Resource Planning ERP

The Cloud: A Storm of Confusion

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A survey of more than 1,000 American adults was conducted in August 2012 by Wakefield Research and shows that while the cloud is widely used, it is still misunderstood. For example, 51 percent of respondents, including a majority of Millennials, believe stormy weather can interfere with cloud computing.

Nearly one third see the cloud as a thing of the future, yet 97 percent are actually using cloud services today via online shopping, banking, social networking and file sharing. Despite this confusion, three in five (59 percent) believe the “workplace of the future” will exist entirely in the cloud, which indicates people feel it’s time to figure out the cloud or risk being left behind in their professional lives.

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Topics: Cloud Computing

What is a Digital Twin and its Implications for Manufacturing?

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A digital twin is a virtual replica of a real (physical) object created by the data collected from sensors embedded in that object. The digital twin, therefore, provides a real-time digital representation of the object.

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Topics: Technology trends, Enterprise Resource Planning ERP

Industrial Machinery & Equipment Manufacturing in the Industry 4.0 Era

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The development of the Industrial Machinery and Equipment Manufacturing industry is in the midst of being shaped by the emerging industry trends. Today’s manufacturers have to meet their customers’ expectation of providing unique capabilities, precise specifications and constant accuracy in their products. It's critical for industry professionals to work out a clear definition of what they are, how they will evolve, and how they can boost the company's operations both now and in the future. 

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Topics: Enterprise Resource Planning ERP

What can a Two-tier Strategy Do for Your Bottom Line?

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For a company located at a single site, the decision to upgrade or transition to a new financial management solution is relatively straightforward. Organisational systems and employees are all conveniently located under one roof, and the decision-making process is a linear journey.

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Topics: Enterprise Resource Planning ERP

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