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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EMEA businesses rethinking legacy ERP - investment pumped into Modernisation and Innovation

EMEA businesses rethinking legacy ERP - investment pumped into Modernisation and Innovation

Boomi, a Dell Technologies business, has revealed the findings from its ERP Innovator’s Dilemma survey. The independent research of 825 EMEA-based Enterprise Architects revealed how EMEA organisations are tackling ERP application modernisation and revealing how they will overcome barriers posed by the complex hybrid IT environments they operate in.

Manufacturers needed for rapid roll out of Coronavirus self-test

Manufacturers needed for rapid roll out of Coronavirus self-test

Scientists have appealed to industry to help fast produce a molecular test and smartphone app that can tell people in half an hour if they have Covid-19.

Continued Convergence: Colliding worlds of IT and OT illuminated in Smart Factory survey

Continued Convergence: Colliding worlds of IT and OT illuminated in Smart Factory survey

New research, completed by teknowlogy Group, paints a clear picture of the need for increased investment for Smart Factory initiatives but with that also comes increased responsibility. The question is, where does this responsibility lie?

The future of manufacturing: humans will innovate, technology will facilitate

The future of manufacturing: humans will innovate, technology will facilitate

By Rob Hiron, Account Director, Kronos Incorporated. 

Technology has undoubtedly been – and will continue to be – a powerful force in revolutionising the manufacturing sector. Machinery and automation have been instrumental in speeding up production processes and helping workers do their jobs more effectively, and the increasing pace of automation in the modern age is very much front of mind for a large number of professionals in the sector.

Is Industry 4.0 Just A Hype?

Is Industry 4.0 Just A Hype?

By Razor CEO, Jamie Hinton

Everyone wants to talk about industry 4.0, from industry conferences and magazines through to boardroom tables and shareholder meetings, it’s top of the agenda.

Budget reaction

Budget reaction

Following Rishi Sunak’s Budget, Simon Jonsson, tax partner and manufacturing expert at KPMG UK, comments: “At a time of great uncertainty and change for industry, the Chancellor has announced a number of positive actions to help manufacturers in the UK.

What can we expect from cloud migration strategies in 2020?

What can we expect from cloud migration strategies in 2020?

Despite the advantages cloud computing can bring to businesses and the modern workforce, many are yet to make the move from on-premise to cloud services.

UK manufacturing decision makers wasting time on valueless tasks, Dropbox reveals

UK manufacturing decision makers wasting time on valueless tasks, Dropbox reveals

On average, business and IT decision makers from UK manufacturing organisations waste 30% of their time at work on tasks that do not add critical value. This is according to Vanson Bourne research commissioned by Dropbox - "The State of Collaboration” – which revealed that monotonous admin is starving UK manufacturing businesses of innovation. 

UK manufacturers value data more highly than tangible assets

UK manufacturers value data more highly than tangible assets

Business data drawn from ERP/MPR systems is considered to be the most valuable asset a business owns, according to a recent survey by Anvizent Analytics, a data management software solutions provider.

ABI Research names Siemens a leader in Manufacturing Simulation Software

ABI Research names Siemens a leader in Manufacturing Simulation Software

Industry experts at ABI Research, a global tech market advisory firm, recently named Siemens a leader in manufacturing simulation software.

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