This year manufacturers were forced to change the way they use technology - and there was no looking back. Plex System's Jerry Foster shares six trends in manufacturing tech to look for in 2021
Office workers may have been obliged to work from home with the coming of the first pandemic lockdown, but many took to it readily, and many companies realised it had many advantages without causing their world to cave in. The trickier problem will come when the same idea is applied to manufacturing tasks.
Is it possible to eradicate product recalls and remove waste in the manufacturing supply chain? Anurag Garg of Plex Systems talks through the steps to proactively prevent recalls
Custom on-demand manufacturing is changing the way things are made.
Pet food and snack manufacturer KLN Family Brands saw huge improvement when it replaced spreadsheet planning with a new ERP system. IT chief Lance Schultz tells the story
The future of work – an automation boom is closer than it may appear, and manufacturing is leading the way
Automation in manufacturing continues to grow in the wake of COVID-19. Jerry Foster from Plex looks at what the data says about the future of work on the factory floor
Alice Williams of Schneider Electric on customer service, accelerated digitization and the future of work.
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
An interview with Software AG CTO Bernd Gross on what the human and technology disconnects of the fractured enterprise mean for IoT
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