Many SaaS solutions are priced using an old model originally devised by the on-premise world, where modules are priced on a per item and per seat basis. Large organizations will expect to negotiate the final total and discounting is common. Plex Systems on the other hand prices using
Manufacturing ERP (enterprise resource planning) company Plex has been on IPO-watch for more than a year and continues to make the kind of moves that would suggest that milestone could be coming sooner than later. Today, the company, which helps businesses optimize production, quality
Quality performance has gone from a market differentiator to an absolute requirement to attract and keep business. A company simply cannot get by, let alone thrive, without a rigorous quality improvement process.
Aerospace and defense (A&D) manufacturers manage the manufacturing sector’s most complex programs, relying upon extensive supply chains that reach around the globe while adhering to strict compliance with existing regulations. With cyclical demands and tight time-to-market expecta
Plex saves Christmas from a failed SAP implementation. In this season of cheer, it’s all in good humor. But it had me thinking, take any of the countless other Run Better ads SAP has run and you could poke holes and make fun. What SAP runs is usually back office stuff, often only at H
Last week, Plex Systems put on a meeting with selected analysts to talk about the future of manufacturing technology. It was a solid event with customers talking the reality of operating in cloud environments. For me, listening to representatives from Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams and Ca
4 years ago, in The New Polymath, I quoted Jeff Immelt, CEO of GE “I believe that a popular, thirty – year notion that the U.S. can evolve from being a technology and manufacturing leader to a service leader is just wrong.” GE, of course, has been embedding all kinds of technolo