We are entering a new era of manufacturing — one where manufacturers need to move fast and strike hard in order to stay ahead of competitors and stay relevant to customers. This type of maneuverability depends heavily on technology, leading companies to take stock of their ERP solutions and evaluate if they can succeed with what they have.
By Louis Columbus, Product Marketing Manager, Plex Systems This is the second episode in a new video series featuring commentary from Plex experts on a wide array of crucial topics within the manufacturing space. In case you missed it, check out the first episode here. Food and beverage companies face the daunting challenge of continually increasing the pace of innovation while streamlining and perfecting how they develop and launch new products successfully. This segment discusses how critical
I along with colleagues spent quality time with Plex Systems (disclosure: consulting and content client.) There are many reasons to like the company and I’ll get to those in a future discussion but again, we asked the same question with much the same response. What was much more interesting though was a follow on discussion that had three parts to it.
By Jim Shepherd, Vice President of Strategy, Plex Systems Wow have we made progress! It used to be that architectural changes in ERP systems required rewriting the code, but now you can do it by simply editing the web page and issuing a press release. ERP “paradigm shifts,” like the ones from mainframes to minicomputers or host-based to SOA, consumed thousands of software engineers’ efforts and sent the majority of vendors to the ERP graveyard. The survivors of those wars of attrition have learn
By Louis Columbus, Product Marketing Manager, Plex Systems Introducing a new video series, which will feature commentary from Plex experts on a wide array of crucial topics within the manufacturing space. Time-to-market, compliance and quality are all constraints that continually force food and beverage manufacturers to seek out opportunities for continually improve. By adopting a cloud-based ERP system, each of these constraints can be managed in unison to deliver excellent products on time an