Monthly Archives - June 2016

9 Ways to Revitalize U.S. Manufacturing

We have a decided bias towards manufacturing, especially this week where we started on the topic of manufacturing (and education) with Tuesday’s post,  and end the week talking [...]


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Advanced Manufacturing and the Educated Workforce

Being that we are interested, like our customers, in all things manufacturing, we’ll veer off-topic just a tad today to share what’s revealed in a recent study entitled [...]


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How Business Process Reengineering Cuts Costs (Part 2 of 2)

In our prior post we touched on the first two of five tips for ensuring reduced costs and improved competitive differentiation by analyzing and then reengineering your business [...]


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How Business Process Reengineering Cuts Costs

We regularly engage new clients for business process analyses because we’ve learned over the years that it’s the one sure way to create a realistic ‘roadmap’ to an ERP [...]


Posted By Comments: 0 0Post Date: June 21, 2016

5 Ways to Mitigate ERP Risk

The lives of CFOs and IT Directors are often about managing risk.  Recently, Eric Kimberling of Panorama Consulting suggested 5 ways to mitigate the risks of an ERP [...]


Posted By Comments: 0 0Post Date: June 16, 2016

3 Very Practical Tips for Measuring Your ERP’s Return on Investment (ROI)

Avalara is a company comprised of tax experts who deliver affordable, scalable sales tax solutions.  We often recommend them to clients, but our reason for posting today is [...]


Posted By Comments: 0 0Post Date: June 14, 2016

Inventory Tips for Dynamics NAV Users

Today, for the benefit of our Microsoft Dynamics NAV clients, we share the thoughts of Jeff Landeen, a NAV consultant based out of Toronto, Canada, who shared the [...]


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The Internet of Things? Well, Let’s Not Go Overboard

As the Wall Street Journal recently pointed out, some smart products are starting to look pretty dumb. A water bottle that tracks your H2O intake… A bowl that tracks [...]


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Manufacturing, Jobs and the Future

By virtually any measure, 2015 was the record year for manufacturing production in the United States, according to Michael Hicks, a professor of economics and director of the [...]


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