Mantenha-se à frente dos riscos inerentes à conectividade moderna, à integração móvel e à segurança das impressoras térmicas de código de barras. Este documento ajuda você a aproveitar seu know-how de TI, avaliando riscos comuns de segurança e aumentando o controle com sistemas de gerenciamento remoto de dispositivos.
Gerencie sem esforço sua frota de impressoras de código de barras térmicas para maior controle e melhores resultados. Este documento aborda desafios como provisionamento problemático, dores de cabeça de segurança e monitoramento confuso.
Gestione sin esfuerzo su flota de impresoras térmicas de códigos de barras para un control más estricto y mayores resultados. Este artículo cubre desafíos como aprovisionamiento problemático, dolores de cabeza de seguridad y monitoreo confuso.
Manténgase a la vanguardia de los riesgos inherentes a la conectividad moderna, la integración móvil y la seguridad de las impresoras térmicas de códigos de barras. Este documento le ayuda a aprovechar sus conocimientos técnicos de TI, evaluando los riesgos comunes de seguridad y reforzando el control con los sistemas de administración de dispositivos remotos.
Conozca las señales de advertencia para ver si está en riesgo de que sus impresoras dejen de trabajar cuando más las necesita.
Descargue "Los 6 Riesgos más críticos en las Impresoras de Código de Barras."
Customer Name: Stanley Black & Decker, Inc.
Location: Reynosa, Mexico
Number of Employees: 52,000 worldwide
• Transparency of real-time production to schedule
• Actual labor costs exceeding standard costs
• Understanding effects of shift changes and resource shifts from line to line
• Visibility to real-time overall equipment effectiveness and line productivity and reducing production line change over time
General Cable operates 28 manufacturing locations in 8 countries and is a leader in the development, design, manufacture, marketing and distribution of copper, aluminum and fiber optic wire and cable products. Their products are widely used in communications, energy, industrial and speciality markets. General Cable has nearly 300 suppliers of raw material for their US operations.
This white paper provides an overview of the growing opportunities for EDI managers and coordinators. It highlights how their role can change from being responsible for implementation of technologies for operational activities to being infrastructure leaders. It shows how they can deliver increased efficiencies and velocity for value chain automation, which increases visibility, control and agility for a business.
Your goal is clear-produce high-quality goods while optimizing resources at every step of production. And in today's uncertain economy, cost-control efforts may never have been more important. Unscheduled downtime because of equipment failure can have a serious impact on your organization's bottom line. Download this white paper from IBM, and learn the basics of predictive maintenance, the benefits it provides manufacturing operations and the underlying technologies that make it possible. Predictive analytics helps you in a number of ways: identify when equipment is likely to fail or need maintenance and take action to maximize uptime and reduce future warranty claims costs; optimize allocated labor resources and spare part inventories, helping eliminate undue maintenance, prevent downtime and reduce inventory costs; and determine why certain production runs fail more often than others, identify the cause and analyze whether those runs warrant a recall.
IBM has a unique position in the marketplace, with cognitive platforms and services, industry-specific offerings and expert consulting to support electronics companies.
To understand how the electronics industry is applying cognitive computing to manufacturing, the IBM Institute for Business Value surveyed 140 electronics executives around the world and across all industry subsectors. We found that a core group of early adopters has kicked off a new generation of production success with cognitive manufacturing and show greater returns on investment (ROI) with increased productivity. Our analysis answers some important questions.
This paper examines how an integrated information technology solution can help you take advantage of economies of scale to boost manufacturing utilization, enhance service levels, and improve the efficiency of your sales and administrative activities.
Inteva replaced legacy & ad hoc systems (SAP & Covisint) once used to manage a global enterprise of 2,500 suppliers and now uses Plex to manage supply chain management success. The Plex SQM portal empowered the entire enterprise with up-to-the-minute information.
Tying machines on the plant floor to management on the top floor for a real-time glimpse of manufacturing status isn’t just convenient, it’s critical for a company seeking to remain viable in a competitive market. PLEX decreases costs while enabling business growth without additional resources.
Automotive OEMS and parts manufacturers share one common goal –streamlined, efficient operations that maximize profitability. Plex cloud ERP brings the automotive manufacturer the features they need to produce the highest quality products, operate efficiently and maximize profitability.
Implementing Plex ERP resulted in dramatic inventory cost reductions - Ralco reduced on-hand inventory by 15%. See how Plex is the system of the future. Ralco planned on a 2-year payback on their investment and it took a little over a year.
With Plex ERP they realized a 50% improvement in inventory turns – allowing them to beat the PMA index and completely changing the way they do business can now report production at a high level, increase equipment uptime, prevent quality issues & production delays and ensure high-quality output.
In this white paper we do not make specific recommendations for manufacturers to follow; rather, we present suggestions for competing effectively in a fast-paced industry. From adopting lean manufacturing practices to strengthening bidding and quoting processes, opportunities exist for companies to grow and thrive despite relentless cost pressures.
This white paper outlines ways that technology can help manufacturers meet these challenges, increase operational efficiency, and step ahead of competitors with more proactive planning, greater shared visibility, and more agile and more profitable responses to change.
Until recently, many high-tech manufacturers – especially small and medium-sized businesses – have been able to survive by applying 80% of their operational focus to 20% or less of their critical customers and suppliers. That was then. The new mandate from channel masters is for more intense, collaborative relationships with fewer suppliers.
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