Best Practices Guide for Manufacturing Software: Selection, Implementation & Optimization
Feb 04, 2013 (M2 PRESSWIRE via COMTEX) --
Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/474mpn/best_practices) has announced the addition of the "Best Practices Guide for Manufacturing Software: Selection, Implementation & Optimization" report to their offering.
This paper is a guide for best practices in the selection, implementation, and optimization of enterprise manufacturing software. The guide defines and explains types of manufacturing software; provides a market overview and factors that affect software selection; outlines benefits of manufacturing software; identifies the pitfalls where organizations often stumble with software selection; and includes best practices for implementation and how to optimize your organization using lean concepts.
Who should read this guide
This guide is geared towards professionals within Manufacturing, IT, Operations and Management roles that require best practices in selection, implementation and optimization of manufacturing software systems. This guide will allow you to avoid IT and achieve greater ROI for your Manufacturing software system.
- Avoid IT failure
- Adopt Best Practices in selection, implementation and optimization
- Achieve greater ROI from existing Manufacturing Software System
- Avoid costly pitfalls
- Streamline processes
Key Topics Covered:
Manufacturing: Defined and Expalined
Best Practices for Selection of Manufacturing Software
Best Practices for Manufacturing Software Implementation
Best Practices for Optimization
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