Shop talk

Shop talk

Envision a modern-day manufacturing plant and chances are you conjure up images of large robotic arms and other automated machines....

September 19th, 2003 Phil Hochmuth and John Fontana

Integrating shop floors with carpeted offices

Integrating shop floors with carpeted offices

Envision a modern-day manufacturing plant and chances are you conjure up images of large robotic arms and other automated machines.Ever...

July 17th, 2003 Phil Hochmuth and John Fontana

Internal developing has a friend

Internal developing has a friend

Jeffrey Shifman knew that Pembroke, Ont.-based Superior Electrics Ltd. needed a new ERP system. Purchase orders were difficult to track...

July 11th, 2003 Victoria Berry

Easy isn’t always good

Easy isn’t always good

"No more batch processing! I'm serious!" For many months now, this has been the mantra of our forward-thinking (and frustrated)...

June 13th, 2003 Robert Cooney

Window of opportunity

Window of opportunity

human resource management.By John SimmonsDoing more with less has been the mandate of most CIOs for some time now. Budgets...

June 3rd, 2003 No Author

Boosting speed and accuracy of shared information

Boosting speed and accuracy of shared information

The Gartner report earlier this year Supply Chain Management: Evolving Beyond Linear Interactions, claimed that new SCM technology allows companies...

May 26th, 2003 Susan Maclean

Fox UK using handhelds to manage DVD sales, inventory

Fox UK using handhelds to manage DVD sales, inventory

Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment Ltd. has annual sales of roughly US$4 billion in DVDs and VHS tapes in the...

February 25th, 2003 Bob Brewin

Pragmatic CRM Redux: Winning the Relationship Management “Junkyard Wars”

Pragmatic CRM Redux: Winning the Relationship Management “Junkyard Wars”

METAGiven tight IT budgets, customer relationship management (CRM) project teams ready to acquire technology often do not have the luxury...

February 5th, 2003 Elizabeth Shahnam Roche

Starting a supply-chain revolution

Starting a supply-chain revolution

John Duker, e-business infrastructure services architect at consumer products giant Procter & Gamble Co., says things are moving fast these...

November 3rd, 2002 Jack McCarthy