With the speed at which technology is advancing, manufacturers cannot afford to use outdated manufacturing software. “Legacy” manufacturing management systems drag down your company with inefficiencies that are both apparent and hidden. These can prevent you from keeping up with your competition and achieving your growth potential.
This Epicor white paper details why manufacturing industry technology experts say delaying this important business decision often places your company at risk. By using legacy manufacturing software, not only are you unable to tap into the latest technology trends, but you leave your business vulnerable to:
• Duplicate or inaccurate data
• Clunky system performance
• Security concerns
A modern manufacturing ERP solution can eliminate these risks. Download the white paper to learn why implementing new manufacturing software built for business growth may be the most important step you take for the success of your company.
Learn how Dassault Systèmes Program Management solutions can help Aerospace and Aviation companies reliably execute on their proposed plans to meet their design, cost and schedule targets.
Read this whitepaper and gain insights into new practices in four key areas:
• Consolidate all program data in one central data repository to use institutional knowledge and improve design analysis and decision support
• Data reuse between organizations to avoid duplicate efforts and misunderstandings
• Real-time reporting automation of key data to assess program performance and anticipate risks and opportunities
• Program control with real-time, up-to-date, detailed and verifiable information while preserving program and partner IP
How do you know for sure that you're managing compliance with labor laws and regulations correctly and accurately? Start by completing this checklist. Responses to a recent Kronos® survey of 812 HR and payroll managers identified five key compliance readiness issues that organizations need to address to reduce risk of noncompliance.
These issues were determined from questions such as:
•Can I easily respond to and communicate to my organization about new regulations within 60 to 90 days?
•Do I spend more time on duplicate data entry among various systems than I do on strategic initiatives?
•Does my workforce management vendor provide education and tools that help my organization stay compliant?
Download this piece and complete the entire checklist to see where your organization stands on compliance preparedness. You can also and find out more about the Kronos single unified platform for HR and payroll that can help you adapt to regulatory changes and reduce the data-entry complexity, co
Siloed data sources, duplicate entries, data breach risk—how can you scale data quality for ingestion and transformation at big data volumes?
Data and analytics capabilities are firmly at the top of CEOs’ investment priorities. Whether you need to make the case for data quality to your c-level or you are responsible for implementing it, the Definitive Guide to Data Quality can help.
Download the Definitive Guide to learn how to:
Stop bad data before it enters your system
Create systems and workflow to manage clean data ingestion and transformation at scale
Make the case for the right data quality tools for business insight
Published By: SEPATON
Published Date: Jun 23, 2008
Deduplication is becoming an essential tool to help data center managers control exponential data growth in the backup environment. The methods used to accomplish deduplication vary widely as do the levels of capacity optimization they can provide. Some techniques are well suited to small-to-medium sized backup environments, while others are optimized for larger enterprises. This report describes the various techniques used today to deduplicate data and highlights unique deduplication considerations for enterprise environments.
Enterprise Strategy Group shares why client-side deduplication is the best. Dedupe 2.0 leverages intelligence and awareness at the source, backup server, and storage device. In these scenarios, the awareness of what data is already in the deduplicated storage and the discernment to send new data or not is performed within the production server instead of the backup server or deduplicated storage. Hence, network savings begin at the production server and backups are significantly faster since only changed data is transmitted from the production server to the storage solution.
Published By: LeanData
Published Date: Oct 29, 2015
Leads mean everything to running a successful business. Managing those precious leads, though, also can be challenging.
But LeanData has created a solution where leads always will get to the correct salespeople by automatically matching them to accounts with a speed and accuracy that’s impossible to duplicate manually at scale.
This eBook explores the different ways that smart companies are using LeanData’s Router and Converter functions to get their leads to the right home so they can generate more pipeline and closed deals.
The journey begins here.
If you’re in the data world, you know it’s full of discord. Multiple data sources, inconsistent standards and definitions, inaccurate reports and a lack of governance are enough to derail any organization. What’s an enterprise architect to do? With the right data governance and master data management (MDM) solution, you can set and enforce policies and establish a consistent view of your data without micromanaging it. You can eliminate duplicate and inconsistent data. You can combine traditional data and new big data sources – like streaming data from the IoT – into one harmonious view. Read this e-book for expert advice and case studies that will show you new ways to manage your big data – and make sure everyone’s on the same page.
Research giant Forrester estimates that on average, data repositories for large applications grow by fifty percent annually. However, up to half of all that data can be duplicate or otherwise unnecessary. With no end in sight for the increase of raw data (both structured and unstructured), organizations must be ever more strategic about where and how to store enterprise information. Meanwhile, a tightening economy is putting pressure on costs, just as compliance mandates call for greater visibility into processes and data. What to do? Register for this Web Seminar to learn the four pillars of strategic storage, and how they can be used to simultaneously reduce costs, while improving speed, accuracy and accountability. The four pillars will be discussed in detail, with real-world examples of each: deep compression, database archiving,de-duplication thin provisioning.