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What are the Top IoM Benefits?

What is the Internet of Manufacturing (IoM) and why should we care about it?

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4 Benefits of Manufacturing Software for Continuous Improvement

Progress toward Operational Excellence requires the strategic alignment and then optimization of key resources: people, processes, and technology. Each of these three resource categories contributes its own individual, unique value.

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Is 2015 the Wearables Year?

Wearables were a big deal at CES (Consumer Electronics Show) at the very opening of 2015, mentioned in numerous keynotes and visible on many booths.

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Why Operational Excellence in Manufacturing Must Expand in 2015

The business world in general has become increasingly global and distributed, which has both benefitted and challenged manufacturers in multiple ways.

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Supply Chain
6 Supply Chain Predictions for 2015

A new year and new challenges. What does 2015 have install for those involved in electronics manufacturing up and down the supply chain?

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Creating a Smarter Factory Through Factory Process Improvements

Customisation has thus far always been the prerogative of a select few involving a time-intensive process with a complex, fragmented and costly supply chain.

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Internet of Things
IoT + EMS = Internet of Things in Manufacturing (IoM)

The Internet of Things (IoT) is central to the premise of Industry 4.0, a world where a product self identifies at the start of its life.

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4 Ways Manufacturing Leaders Can Shape Operational Excellence Strategy

Experienced professionals know that buy-in from senior leadership is often the greatest success factor for an initiative.

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Traceability Comes of Age with Industry 4.0 in Manufacturing

Not so long ago, traceability was predominantly a function required only by certain quality sensitive manufacturers, particularly those within the automotive, medical, military and aerospace sectors.

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