High-Tech Electronics software

The term High-Tech (high technology) relates to advanced, state-of-the-art technology such as micro-electronics used as components in the production of goods such as desk and laptop computers, mobile devices, smart phones and tablet PCs. The term high tech refers to the most advanced technology currently available. It is often used in reference to micro-electronics. Hi-Tech Manufacturing software enables control and optimisation of production operations as well as providing the supply chain visibility you need to better understand the status of outsourced activities and trading partner relationships and their impact on orders, inventory and distribution. This visibility enables effective management of every aspect of the supply chain to balance demand with production efforts, maintain optimum inventory levels and meet customer expectations.

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1 in 5 British workers see AI and automation as a threat to their job

1 in 5 British workers see AI and automation as a threat to their job

Over a third of male workers (39%) feel artificial intelligence (AI) and automation will make them better at tackling day-to-day tasks, in contrast to less than a quarter of female workers (24%).

Factories of the Future: 3 Industrial Internet of Things and analytics predictions

Factories of the Future: 3 Industrial Internet of Things and analytics predictions

By Niall O'Doherty, Head of Business Consulting at Think Big Analytics, a Teradata company.

For decades, many industries have integrated data and advanced analytics into their business and digital transformation strategies, enabling them to better inform the decision-making processes and drive competitive advantage.

How AI has made industrial manufacturing industrial again

How AI has made industrial manufacturing industrial again

By Shankar Narayanan, Head of UK&I at Tata Consultancy Services (TCS).

UK customer experience worsening as social media performance slumps

UK customer experience worsening as social media performance slumps

UK brands are struggling to cope with a rising volume of queries and growing consumer expectations, according to the Eptica Multichannel Customer Conversation Study, which was released today.

UK businesses divided as SMBs play catch-up

UK businesses divided as SMBs play catch-up

New research conducted by Altodigital has revealed a startling divide between the attitudes and strategy of SMBs in comparison to larger organisations when it comes to tackling a range of crucial IT issues such as security, print services and digital transformation.

Nearly nine in ten SMEs in the IT sector are a runaway success, according to their owners

Nearly nine in ten SMEs in the IT sector are a runaway success, according to their owners

The latest Aldermore Future Attitudes report reveals that nearly nine in ten (85%) of small and medium sized business (SME) owners in the IT sector admit to their business being a success.

Manufacturing sector found to be paying 1541% mark-up on technology products

Manufacturing sector found to be paying 1541% mark-up on technology products

IT suppliers managed to seize on chaotic price inflation following the Brexit vote to maximise their profits, according to the annual KnowledgeBus IT Margins Benchmarking Study.

Manufacturer's Digital Transformation projects held back by poor collaboration and skills deficit

Manufacturer's Digital Transformation projects held back by poor collaboration and skills deficit

The skills gap and lack of collaboration between IT and organisations' lines of business are the main factors hindering digital transformation in the manufacturing industry.

How will automation impact warehouse operations and management?

How will automation impact warehouse operations and management?

By Eric Carter and Mark Wilkinson, supply chain consultants, Indigo Software.

The warehouse is one of the areas within a business where the adoption of automation and artificial intelligence has progressed more quickly than in other functions.

Fujitsu develops AI solution 'to revolutionise non-destructive testing manufacturing inspection'

Fujitsu develops AI solution 'to revolutionise non-destructive testing manufacturing inspection'

Fujitsu has developed AI technology that is claimed to significantly improve manufacturing quality control and defect detection by automatically analysing and diagnosing Non-Destructive Testing (NDT) ultrasonic scan data in just minutes, helping to pinpoint potential defects more rapidly and efficiently than existing processes.

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