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|Decision Making in the Factory of the Future||The manufacturing industry is on the threshold of a massive
This shift is defined as:
|10 Steps to Selecting an ERP Solution||The companies that skipped these steps – or fell for a compelling sales pitch or pricing offer – paid four to ten times the cost of the ERP in additional costs over the next few years.|
|Rise of the Machines||The robots were coming in not to replace humans, and not just as a way to modernize, but also because reliable humans had become so hard to find. It was part of a labor shortage spreading across America, one that
economists said is stemming from so many things at once.
|Plain talk about Infor CloudSuite security||When it comes to Cloud deployment, security is top of mind for all concerned. The Infor® CloudSuite team uses best-practice protocols and a thorough, continuous improvement approach that gives you both confidence and peace of mind.|
|Meet the Factory of the Future||Factory of the Future is coming, and it’s being built on technology, innovation, and advanced manufacturing capabilities. But what is it, exactly? And what are the technologies you need to know about to help your manufacturing company embrace the change?|
|Factory of the Future
|The Factory of the Future isn’t some futuristic fantasy. It’s quickly becoming the new reality. And tech-savvy manufacturers are either on board or preparing for change.|
|Infor Manufacturing Brochure||“What we have now with Infor is a vastly different solution, which gives us an accurate view of the
whole business and access to information that helps us serve our customers better.”—David Hawes, Manager,
Carlton Taylor Industries
|Infor Industrial Manufacturing||Infor® Industrial Manufacturing solutions are purpose built to manage the complete manufacturing operation, from financials and strategic planning to shop floor management, quality control, and scheduling. With over 20,000 manufacturing customers worldwide, Infor has proven expertise in the specialized world of plants, factories, and fabrication shops. We offer a microvertical focus for: metal fabrication and plastics fabrication; medical devices; furniture and fixtures; lumber and wood; printing, publishing, and packaging; stone, clay, glass, and concrete; and primary metals, and others.|
|Infor Industrial Manufacturing for Metal Fabricators||Metal fabricators are constantly trying to find ways to drive costs out of production in order to maximize profit
margins. This goal, however, is made more difficult by fluctuating raw material costs, variable metal prices, rising energy and transportation costs, and reduced consumer discretionary spending.
|Top 5 Ways to Meet Customer Demands||With big dollars on the line, there’s no room for mistakes, failures, or delays. To successfully meet customers’
expectations in this complex environment, IM&E manufacturers need to have the right systems in place.
Let’s take a look at five key ways that IM&E manufacturers can better meet their customers’ needs.
|Service Management Overview||“This software is a powerful tool that allows us to integrate our data and processes into one seamless operation. We have increased our productivity 100%.”
——Raymond J. Klouda, President,
Medical Device and Instrument
|The Future of Medical
|With next-generation ERP systems that include the newest analytics and tools for collaboration, you can meet Baby Boomer demand while controlling costs.|