In today’s self-service business environment, enterprise resource planning (ERP) solutions are invaluable for consolidating data in a single place—but that’s only half the story. Optimised for back-office transaction processing and operational process support, ERP systems lack the agility to support complex financial processes.
Companies that are either planning to purchase an IT software or in the process of implementing one cannot overlook the due diligence process. Many organisations either underestimate the importance of conducting due diligence or fail to gather all the relevant information to support their decision making.
When it comes to Cloud deployment, security is top of mind for all concerned. The Infor CloudSuite team uses best-practice protocols and a thorough, continuous improvement approach that gives you both confidence and peace of mind. The following information provides a detailed look at Infor’s security approach.
The efforts of enhancing machines and devices are changing the entire world we live in. Along with IoT, Machine-to-Machine communicationholds great promise in helping us to connect, automate and improve our lives from business, government to private individuals.
Additive manufacturing (AM) is a method of manufacturing products by adding layer upon layer of materials, navigated by a computer-aided-design (CAD) software. Sounds familiar? It is because this is also the concept of 3D printing.
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?
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.
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.
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.