Karl Lowe, Head of European Service at Panasonic Appliances Air-Conditioning Europe, describes how remote product support will enhance the service Panasonic offers as it modernizes its business model
Not your typical ERP upgrade story - how Midwest Wheel uses Infor CloudSuite to build workflows on the fly
ERP upgrade stories are nothing new. But how about an upgrade done with almost no consulting? And what if the IT team can now automate workflows and alerts to keep pace with the business? Sounds like a good story for a turbulent year.
Every industry contends with the impact of COVID-19. Some were thrown into a tailspin. But now, industry leaders are responding. Geoff Scott shares highlights from oil and gas, utilities, automotive, chemicals, and life sciences - and how to join ASUG's upcoming sessions for each.
Rootstock releases low-code capabilities in its cloud ERP, just in time to help manufacturers enable the touchless factory
The National Association of Manufacturers is keen to get a message out that the future of manufacturing is going to be dynamic and exciting, not killed by automation.
Putting large-scale virtual events to the interactivity test - my dive into SaaS and Industry 4.0 speed networking with Hopin
I issued a challenge for event platforms: give me unfettered access to your large scale events. I'll judge how interactive your platform really is. Hopin took me up on it. Here's an illustrated review of two events, with more unscripted encounters than I've had at any others.
Is this really the time to be discussing smart manufacturing technologies? A MindFuel panel bit the bullet and came up with some practical answers and advice
After integrating its supply chain, sales and accounting systems, industrial adsorbents supplier Interra Global can apply real-time data to hone efficiency and quickly resolve supply glitches
The construction sector is an old one that's set in its ways in many respects, but COVID-19 has accelerated recognition of the potential for technology to deliver a better way of operating.
When COVID-19 hit, Farrow & Ball sold mostly through third parties. However, it has had to adapt its entire manufacturing strategy to redirect focus to online sales.
More resilience, more digital, more agility, more sustainability - the knock-on business demands from COVID-19, according to Schneider Electric CEO Jean-Pascal Tricoire
COVID-19 has accelerated operational focus in a number of key areas for Schneider Electric's industrial customers. What comes next?
Driving data use for the automotive industry in the 4IR is essential, says Salesforce's John Kelleher.
The current pandemic makes this a good time to make significant updates to production processes in order to be ready to get up and running when the timing is right.