Manufacturing

Discrete ERP Market Guide

According to Statista, the ERP market is expected to reach almost $85 billion in 2021. As ERP software technology becomes more affordable and the manufacturing sector more competitive, manufacturers of all sizes are increasing their efforts to adopt enterprise resource planning (ERP) technology. For some manufacturers, this means adopting a discrete ERP. The main reasons for the high acceptance of ERP will be discussed further below.

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Process Manufacturing ERP Software Market Guide

Although the manufacturing industry employs far fewer Americans than it did 50 years ago, there are still sectors thriving and even experiencing substantial growth. Interestingly, most of these sectors belong to the process manufacturing sphere. As the name implies, process manufacturing refers to the processing as well as combination of raw materials and ingredients to create finished products. To deal with the specific challenges in this field, many businesses turn to process process manufacturing software.

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11 Manufacturing KPIs Your ERP Software Should Track

As you likely know, manufacturing is one of the biggest industries around the globe. According to The World Bank, manufacturing added over 12.3 trillion USD in value globally in 2016. While there are many industries within manufacturing, there’s still an enormous amount of competition and pressure to produce goods quickly and cheaply. However, the right manufacturing software (ERP) can help your company track manufacturing KPIs.

Kate M. Orbeck11 Manufacturing KPIs Your ERP Software Should Track
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Manufacturing Software Features and Requirements Checklist

Manufacturing is a complex process no matter the size of your operations. Maintaining shop floor control, allocating resources and managing finances are all tasks that need to be completed on a daily basis to keep a plant running. As your plant grows, these responsibilities grow as well and can become hard to manage using spreadsheets. That’s why it’s important to adopt the right manufacturing ERP software system before things get out of hand. In order to accomplish that, you first need to determine your manufacturing software requirements.

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Manufacturing Process Software: How It Works

To be a successful manufacturer, you need to consistently produce at equal to, or higher than, your targeted rates. This must be achieved while staying within rigid parameters for cost and quality. In order to reach optimal levels of productivity and profitability, manufacturing processes need to be carefully enforced and perpetually monitored.

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4 Key Changes in Manufacturing Technology

Technology supports and drives innovation. Recent changes in engineering and manufacturing technology have the potential to help manufacturers create better quality goods in less time. Expenses for manufacturers can be reduced by implementing this new technology while also becoming more competitive thanks to greater efficiency. Here are 4 key changes in manufacturing technology that have the potential to be game changers for manufacturing operations:

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Unique Industries Served by Manufacturing ERP Solutions

Enterprise Resource Planning software can provide specific applications for many different types of manufacturing businesses. Manufacturing is not a monolithic field — it consists of a whole multitude of different types of production businesses that all function in their own separate ways. Here are some of the specific categories of manufacturing that benefit from the use of ERP tools and resources.

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Myths About Cloud ERP for Manufacturing

Manufacturing is a unique industry with challenges that may seem incompatible with a standard cloud-based ERP solution. Because of this, many companies still misunderstand the cloud and wind up missing out on its benefits. If you’re still on the fence about switching to the cloud, consider how properly-planned ERP for manufacturing busts the common myths.

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