Industry 4.0, smart factories, the internet of things (IoT) are terms that we hear all the time floating around the manufacturing industry. But what do they actually mean?
CRM software is generally used by sales, marketing, and business development professionals to do the following tasks: Keep track of customers and their order history, Identify business opportunities and new sales leads, Streamline the sales process and reduce repetitive work, etc
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With two months of 2019 already under our belt it’s time to look at the top trends in manufacturing that will have a major impact on the industry in 2019 and beyond.
You may have an ERP in place, but too many of your employees are using ERP workarounds, meaning they are using Excel, and other systems, databases or processes to perform tasks that your ERP was built to do.
A shortage of skilled and qualified workers is one of the biggest challenges facing custom manufacturers today. Deloitte estimates that almost a quarter of skilled manufacturing workers will retire over the next decade.
One of the things we overhear a lot from manufacturers is “everything is in the magic spreadsheet” or “we just use a magic spreadsheet to manage our shop.”
The manufacturing industry is one of the most complicated industries out there in terms of logistics, operations, and production management. One of the greatest tools a manufacturer can have in their arsenal is an ERP
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