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  • Medical Device Link .
    products and make money. " That was then. "Today, people are being asked to work to very short cycle times and low levels of inventory, and to cut costs by as much as 35% over the next several years. " Automating processes is key, he adds, and the way to achieve that is by investing in the proper software
  • Keeping Up With ERP
    descendant of Material Resource Planning (MRP), a software package that emerged in the 1960s. It helped manufacturing companies plan their activities and track materials. Before then, a number of mechanical systems were used, including card systems and spreadsheets. MRP instead uses computer hardware
  • Keeping up with ERP
    and spreadsheets. MRP instead uses computer hardware and software to calculate material needs based on a forecast or actual customer orders. It gave managers the ability to tie purchasing and production activities to future demand. MRP, which covers only materials, eventually gave way to MRP II
  • Smart Computing Article - genetic programming/genetic algorithms to Gigabit Ethernet
    with which users can access the material. A GIS is a computer system capable of storing, manipulating, analyzing, and displaying data that contains geographic references. With total sales of GIS software estimated at $1 billion, the demand and use for digital representations of geographic areas is both
  • Medical Device Link .
    ) that incorporate modules for inventory of incoming materials and components, production scheduling, complete control of manufacturing equipment, and automated reporting functions. A key element of such an automated approach is frequently supplied by software and hardware packages for statistical process control
  • Industrial networking: Intelligence from the ground up
    Industrial Ethernet is moving from theory to reality. Knowledge is power. That's why manufacturers worldwide are spending billions of dollars annually on networked industrial control systems. Companies such as , and their many partners sell software for everything from enterprise-resource planning

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