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Complexity, Decision Making, and Big Data
The technology market is giving significant attention to big data and analytics as a way to provide insight for decision support, but how far along is the adoption of these technologies across manufacturing organizations? This white paper looks at the results of a 2013 survey by Aberdeen examining the analytics and big data activities of manufacturers, Including time-sensitive, complex decision making and decision making challenges and capabilities.

DYNAMIC COMPLEXITY DEFINITION: big data, analytics, manufacturing, manufacturing decision making, Aberdeen survey, analytics survey, big data survey.
8/8/2013 10:07:00 AM

Reducing Cost and Complexity in Legacy Systems
The need to maintain legacy applications in the face of evolving business requirements is not exclusive to IT organizations. However, IT developers face specific challenges when reducing the complexity of applications and extending the life of database management systems (DBMS). Instead of getting disoriented along the murky paths of manual code inspection, learn about automated solutions that reduce complexity—and cost.

DYNAMIC COMPLEXITY DEFINITION: Reducing Cost and Complexity in Legacy Systems Reducing Cost and Complexity in Legacy Systems Source: Relativity Technologies Inc. Document Type: White Paper Description: The need to maintain legacy applications in the face of evolving business requirements is not exclusive to IT organizations. However, IT developers face specific challenges when reducing the complexity of applications and extending the life of database management systems (DBMS). Instead of getting disoriented along the murky paths of
8/24/2007 4:13:00 PM

Dealing with Global Trade Management Complexity
To optimally complete the global trade cycle, a business must automate, track, and provide visibility to the entire global trade management process to optimize its supply and distribution chains.

DYNAMIC COMPLEXITY DEFINITION: , Descartes Systems, Management Dynamics (through recently acquired BridgePoint) , Timogen , etc. But, none of these vendors handles all the requirements of automating global e-business. Furthermore, some of these vendors have apparently already merged with or acquired other companies to provide more complete offerings. Still, some companies are comfortable with using freight forwarders to handle the details of cross-border movements. Companies wanting visibility of the critical events like departed
6/18/2005

Siemens’ Active Workspace Handles PLM Data Complexity » The TEC Blog
Manufacturing Operations blog Microsoft s Dynamics CRM Team blog Microsoft s Supply Chain blog Modern Materials Handling blog Next Gen Enterprise On-Demand Sales Performance Management blog Optimal SAP blog OracleApps Epicenter Pegasystems blog PGreenblog ProcessGenie Architect and Analyst Blog ProcessGenie Line Of Business Blog Retail s BIG Blog Service Matters Siemens PLM Software Blog Sixteen Ventures SaaS blog Software as Services Software Safari Blog Sourcing Innovation blog Spend Matters Stefano

DYNAMIC COMPLEXITY DEFINITION: 3D data, Active Workspace, Geolus, HD PLM, HP Autonomy, plm, product lifecycle management, siemens, Siemens PLM Software, Teamcenter, TEC, Technology Evaluation, Technology Evaluation Centers, Technology Evaluation Centers Inc., blog, analyst, enterprise software, decision support.
24-09-2013

How Best-in-class Plan, Budget, and Forecast in Today’s Dynamic World
Prospects for the global economy remain precarious. But effective financial planning, budgeting, and forecasting can enable successful decision making even in periods of unprecedented change. Dynamic financial planning enabled through five key elements—process, organization, knowledge management, technology, and performance management—give business leaders the tools to take action and emerge even stronger. Find out how.

DYNAMIC COMPLEXITY DEFINITION: and Forecast in Today’s Dynamic World How Best-in-class Plan, Budget, and Forecast in Today’s Dynamic World Source: SAP Document Type: White Paper Description: Prospects for the global economy remain precarious. But effective financial planning, budgeting, and forecasting can enable successful decision making even in periods of unprecedented change. Dynamic financial planning enabled through five key elements—process, organization, knowledge management, technology, and performance management—give
7/8/2010 2:52:00 PM

Customization Drives Complexity - Why It s Hard to Design, Sell, and Produce Simple Products
It seems counterintuitive, but the process of selling, designing, and producing what appear to be

DYNAMIC COMPLEXITY DEFINITION: can also include the dynamic generation of production-ready drawings and manufacturing instructions. There are other benefits of dynamically generating CAD models from quotes or orders. With a CAD model, a 3-D visual image of the product being ordered could be generated and shown to the customer during the order process. This would allow the customer to visualize and validate the product they are ordering, making the process both easier for the customer and less prone to errors. In addition, the CAD
9/9/2003

SAP Case Study: Rohm and Haas
In 1999, specialty chemicals manufacturer Rohm and Haas Company wanted to move to a new platform to simplify the complexity resulting from over 300 disparate information technology (IT) systems. First, Rohm and Haas wanted to adopt common global processes to increase efficiency, and implement smart sourcing strategies. Second, management needed a better way to see customer trends and evaluate competitors.

DYNAMIC COMPLEXITY DEFINITION: SAP Case Study: Rohm and Haas SAP Case Study: Rohm and Haas Source: SAP Document Type: Case Study Description: In 1999, specialty chemicals manufacturer Rohm and Haas Company wanted to move to a new platform to simplify the complexity resulting from over 300 disparate information technology (IT) systems. First, Rohm and Haas wanted to adopt common global processes to increase efficiency, and implement smart sourcing strategies. Second, management needed a better way to see customer trends and evaluate
2/13/2007 3:54:00 PM

Master Complexity with Apparel and Textile for Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009
For apparel and textile companies, delocalized production and complex supply networks make it difficult to coordinate with trade partners and maintain product traceability. Price pressure, competition, and demanding customers erode margins and increase the urgency of cost control and fast time-to-market. Discover software that can help these companies integrate information, improve efficiency, and enhance profitability.

DYNAMIC COMPLEXITY DEFINITION: and Textile for Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009 Master Complexity with Apparel and Textile for Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009 Source: Porini Inc Document Type: White Paper Description: For apparel and textile companies, delocalized production and complex supply networks make it difficult to coordinate with trade partners and maintain product traceability. Price pressure, competition, and demanding customers erode margins and increase the urgency of cost control and fast time-to-market. Discover software that can
9/16/2010 11:45:00 AM

PANalytical: A QAD Customer Success Story
As a leader in x-ray analytical instrumentation and software, PANalytical’s global business was growing rapidly. But with that growth, complexity in its information and communication infrastructures had also grown—making it impossible to optimize and standardize its business processes. Since partnering with QAD, PANalytical has successfully consolidated two manufacturing sites, 31 sales offices, and 17 databases.

DYNAMIC COMPLEXITY DEFINITION: PANalytical: A QAD Customer Success Story PANalytical: A QAD Customer Success Story Source: QAD Document Type: Case Study Description: As a leader in x-ray analytical instrumentation and software, PANalytical’s global business was growing rapidly. But with that growth, complexity in its information and communication infrastructures had also grown—making it impossible to optimize and standardize its business processes. Since partnering with QAD, PANalytical has successfully consolidated two
9/10/2007 4:42:00 PM

GE Money Finds Successful Reporting in the Simplicity of SAS
In business, much depends on the timeliness of report¬ing. But one of the largest financial institutions in the Czech Republic was struggling in this regard. “We had been working on a single report for about one month and were facing two ways out: request the report from IT, or outsource the reporting to an external supplier.” Find out how GE Money dramatically reduced reporting times with an automated reporting solution from SAS.

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5/24/2011 1:08:00 PM

TOTALLY Open Disaster Recovery
Disaster recovery is a key component of any business continuity plan. Unfortunately, complexity and high implementation costs prevent many organizations from adequately protecting themselves in the event of a site failure. Discover how data protection solutions, tailored to meet the recovery time objectives and recovery point objectives of your data centers and remote sites, can save your company time and money.

DYNAMIC COMPLEXITY DEFINITION: TOTALLY Open Disaster Recovery TOTALLY Open Disaster Recovery Source: FalconStor Software Document Type: White Paper Description: Disaster recovery is a key component of any business continuity plan. Unfortunately, complexity and high implementation costs prevent many organizations from adequately protecting themselves in the event of a site failure. Discover how data protection solutions, tailored to meet the recovery time objectives and recovery point objectives of your data centers and remote sites,
9/30/2008 1:26:00 PM


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