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What is supply chain planning software and how can it be used effectively? Part 2
Effective supply chain management, using a high quality supply chain planning software platform to deliver improved decision making, visibility and collaboration lies at the core of all successful and well managed enterprises.
What is supply chain planning software and how can it be used effectively? Part 1
In this blog, I’ll take a look at the current state and future evolution that can be expected within the world of supply chain planning software through the lens of Dassault Systèmes DELMIA.
Drive New Levels of Innovation in Automotive Manufacturing with Engaged and Operationally Lean Teams
Addressing these priorities requires efficient, cost-effective operations. And just like the vehicles you manufacture, you need your operational teams to run like a well-oiled machine. However, automotive teams today are pressured by complex operations while working within so many requirements and constraints. This can easily lead to miscommunication, missed key objectives and poor engagement from team members.
What is the Industrial Internet of Things?
Over two-thirds of manufacturers agree that IIoT is important to their future success and are increasingly adopting smart robots and sensors to transform their operations on the shop floor.
Orchestrating Disrupted Supply Chains in Consumer Packaged Goods and Retail
The CPG-R industry is still learning how to deal with disruption. Now, nearly three years from the start of the pandemic, it is clear that variability in supply and demand will continue to test the resiliency and agility of extended supply chains around the globe.
What is additive manufacturing?
Industrial grade 3D printing, also known as additive manufacturing, is the construction of a three-dimensional object from a CAD model or a digital 3D model by adding layers of materials.
4 Tips for a More Ergonomic Production Line
Simulating your production line in 3D is a great way to forecast most of the production problem, but it is sometime hard to design an ergonomic layout. This can cause a lot of troubles: archiving tack time, quality issue, Musculoskeletal Disorders (MSD), insurance cost increase and more.