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What Makes Process Process?
The systems dealing with manufacturing, inventory, procurement, and customer order management systems are among the systems that often prove to be the hardest

example of job costing process  the standard UOM. For example, tons have to be converted into pounds, gallons into kilograms, cubic feet into pounds, or (for a tank or silo) feet into gallons. Process materials change with time. They may get worse, they may get better or they may become a different material. Discrete-oriented systems assume that materials do not change. A process solution must recognize and manage the change of the material over time. For example, if a material deteriorates over time, the available-to-promise (ATP) Read More

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Project Costing for Maximum Profitability
By implementing timekeeping solutions for costing, organizations obtain valuable insight into project profitability. Project-oriented timekeeping data is also

example of job costing process  gone undetected before. For example, a timesheet solution makes it apparent when the actual project hours worked is about to exceed the amount of hours forecasted. Awareness of these discrepancies and anomalies makes it possible for companies to resolve issues quickly and maintain profitability. Companies are able to pinpoint exact costs because they can see which employees are working on which projects, and how much time it takes each individual to complete specific tasks. A project costing timesheet Read More
Justification of ERP Investments Part Two: The Intangible Effects of ERP
The intangible or non-financial benefits of an integrated enterprise resource planning (ERP) system can be viewed from several perspectives. For illustrative

example of job costing process  Duplicate data maintenance, for example, requires personnel time in entering data (and possibly managerial time in determining which set of data should be used for decision making). Expediting efforts have a visible effect of consuming personnel time. These quantified cost savings can also be used to show impacts on financial results. *This is Part Two of a four-part article reprinted from Maximizing Your ERP System by Dr. Scott Hamilton. Bridging the theory and realities of current ERP systems, Read More
The Why of Data Collection
Data collection systems work; however, they require a investment in technology. Before the investment can be justified, we need to understand why a data

example of job costing process  the event happens. An example of this would be forwarding case counts to the production control system as the case goes past the scanner. An alternative example could include a selection of inventory for a shipment gained through a bar code reader on the forklift, and can be immediately used to update both the inventory and the order status. As an aside, when the need is termed real time , we should ask what that really means. It often means as soon as the person needs it , which could be either once a Read More
It’s About Process (or the Ability to be Responsive) -- Part IV
Part III of this blog series introduced Webcom ResponsAbility, the on-demand workflow automation and business process management (BPM) solution. Anyone

example of job costing process  Part III , another example of the ResponsAbility software in use can be found in Grayhill, Inc. an electronics manufacturer from Lagrange, Illinois (US), servicing industrial and government customers. While the company has been a long-term WebSource CPQ user for sales configuration purposes, the ResponsAbility sibling was later introduced for managing several processes, among them for product returns or return merchandize authorizations (RMAs). Customer return requests are either imported from the Read More
Social Job Distribution: Making Job Listings Visible on Facebook and Twitter
Wondering if you're making the most of social media in your talent acquisition efforts? Or even where to get started? To recruit the best talent, you need to

example of job costing process  Job Distribution: Making Job Listings Visible on Facebook and Twitter Wondering if you're making the most of social media in your talent acquisition efforts? Or even where to get started? To recruit the best talent, you need to get your job listings seen by the right people. This brief will give you some best practices for automating your recruiting in social media channels to best reach new audiences—and the right audiences—on Facebook and Twitter. Read More
Five Inventory Areas that Every Process Manufacturer Must Master
While many ERP systems claim to cater to the process manufacturing industry, a closer look reveals that in reality, little distinction is made within ERP

example of job costing process  Inventory Areas that Every Process Manufacturer Must Master While many ERP systems claim to cater to the process manufacturing industry, a closer look reveals that in reality, little distinction is made within ERP applications to readily address the fundamental needs of a process versus a discrete manufacturer. This paper elaborates on one of the most fundamental requirements of process manufacturers—multidimensional inventory—which is noticeably absent from most ERP applications. Read More
The Best of Both Worlds: Gain Flexibility through Multiple Models of Software Delivery
Lower IT costs, faster return on investment (ROI), and better security@just a few of the promises the software-as-a-service (SaaS) business model makes. SaaS

example of job costing process  Best of Both Worlds: Gain Flexibility through Multiple Models of Software Delivery Lower IT costs, faster return on investment (ROI), and better security—just a few of the promises the software-as-a-service (SaaS) business model makes. SaaS can help small-to-medium businesses manage customer service and support cost-effectively. But there are a few concerns to consider if you’re thinking of an on-demand service. A vendor that offers the best of both on-demand and on-premise solutions may be the Read More
The Dollars and Sense of Web Identity Management: How SaaS Cuts the High Costs of Web Access and SSO by 75 Percent
IT infrastructure software has a well-established track record for experiencing frequent cost overruns and missed deadlines. Expensive software and extensive

example of job costing process  Dollars and Sense of Web Identity Management: How SaaS Cuts the High Costs of Web Access and SSO by 75 Percent IT infrastructure software has a well-established track record for experiencing frequent cost overruns and missed deadlines. Expensive software and extensive customization are the key contributors to increasing identity management costs to four or five times more than the price of the initial identity software license. Learn how software as a service (SaaS) can reduce the cost and complexity of Read More
The New Era of Mobile Intelligence: the Convergence of Mobile Computing and Business Intelligence
Computing is entering its fifth generation with desktop Internet applications giving way to a new generation of mobile Internet applications. As consumers

example of job costing process  New Era of Mobile Intelligence: the Convergence of Mobile Computing and Business Intelligence Computing is entering its fifth generation with desktop Internet applications giving way to a new generation of mobile Internet applications. As consumers capitalize on the power of mobile devices, the same transformation is occurring in business. Learn how the convergence of business information and analytics with mobile technology is empowering business people in a way that was never possible—until now. Read More
Process vs Discrete ERP
When researching the right manufacturing software for your business, it is important to realize there is a difference between process and discrete software. A

example of job costing process  comparison,ProcessPro,Manufacturing,process,discrete Read More
Business Process Simulation Technology from Lanner
Today, TEC Research Analyst Gabriel Gheorghiu focuses on business process simulation software provider Lanner Group. Gabriel looks at Lanner's history, products

example of job costing process  when exceptions occur. An example of a pharmaceutical company trying to determine the overall efficiency of an equipment by simulating breakdown and repair times shows that failure to include variability and disruptions can generate an overestimation of equipment efficiency by 73 percent. This is because the safest scenario (i.e., where time to breakdown is regular and time to repair is fixed) is also less probable, since machines break down at different times, and the length of time it takes to repair Read More
Product Life Cycle Management (PLM) in Process Part 2 Process PLM Motivation
This part of the series on Product Life Cycle Management in Process explores the business motivations by review business strategies.

example of job costing process  that enhance profitability. Some examples include: Least Cost Recipe and Packaging - Recipes and packaging can be developed with optimal costs or existing products can be re-designed to reduce costs. Since many industries show packaging cost to exceed the recipe cost, an integrated, total cost approach to recipe and packaging is required. Material Substitution and Consolidation - By providing the ability to eliminate redundant materials and suppliers companies can reduce product costs; increase quality Read More

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