Metalformer E&E Manufacturing, Plymouth, MI, had an “ERP dilemma,” says the company’s chief financial officer Brian Swanson. During a 2010 review of its 2005-vintage ERP (enterprise resource planning) software solution, Swanson, along with Dan Liu, director of information technol
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It’s one of those firms that has clearly succeeded by embracing technological innovation on behalf of its customers. Consider the fact that Plex Systems opened its doors nearly 20 years ago, a time when “cloud” meant those white, fluffy things we gazed at while layin
loud technology may be the hottest new trend in manufacturing ERPs. According to analysis by Anne Grackin of ChainLink Research, the cloud manufacturing market is growing quickly, with both new players and older ERPs hoping to catch the wave on the new technology…
Speaking of the cloud, Plex CEO Jason Blessing says, “Enterprise software is going through the most disruptive and innovation phase in decades. Time is compressing, the way we use technology is going through a revolution…
To stay competitive, manufacturers need to move quickly to the latest cloud-based SaaS (Software-as-a-Service) ERP technology to get the best advantage of moving to the new technology, said Patrick Fetterman, vice president of marketing, Plex Systems Inc. (Troy, MI), developer of the
Being a history buff, I always wanted to be at the Revolution. If I’d missed the Tea Party, at least I could have been there for the signing of the Declaration of Independence, or missing that—the ratification of the new constitution. I felt that way at the PowerPlex conference: since