White Paper Published By: GoToMeeting
Published Date: Oct 08, 2013
The traditional drivers of growth are no longer enough. That's why top-performing companies are working with their own customers to find new ways to grow.
Firms will need to co-create new sources of revenue by understanding, leveraging, aligning, and executing together with customers and partners along their value chain.
This Summit Group brief explores what leading companies are doing differently to build profitable relationships, counter commoditization and accelerate growth.
Free Offer Published By: Intermec
Published Date: Jun 20, 2013
This research, commissioned by Intermec and carried out by research company Vanson Bourne, surveyed 250 senior supply chain and distribution center managers at organizations with over 500 employees in the UK, France, Germany and North America. The interviews were conducted by telephone with respondents spanning industries including retail, manufacturing, distribution, transport, chemicals, logistics, pharmaceuticals, wholesale and FMCG. 50 interviews were conducted in each European country with 100 interviews taking place in North America during October 2012.
View this on-demand webcast to learn the practical strategies, targeted initiatives and deployed technologies used by organizations that have "crossed the sustainability chasm", using findings from a wide-ranging survey of 130 sustainability-focused professionals.
White Paper Published By: ICMDocs
Published Date: Mar 21, 2011
With the significant improvements in scanning technology today and the increased importance of all aspects of security, it is a good time to take another look at and update the factors that are important in selecting a scanni
White Paper Published By: IBM
Published Date: Mar 24, 2009
Electronics and Software Engineering are quickly merging with traditional Mechanical Engineering to create a new paradigm in auto manufacturing: Mechatronics. Industry experts predict that this shift will bring about profound advances in automotive product development. Unfortunately, existing IT and process infrastructures do not provide sufficient capabilities to support the new paradigm: multiple data silos, a lack of standardized processes, and integration issues on a tool level (Mechanical, Electronic, Software) continue to pose serious obstacles to development efficiency, and remain a frequent source of delays, quality issues and cost increases.
A manufacturer of glass tableware noticed a decline in the quality of a glass mug it produced because of wear in its cavity mold. This case study illustrates the investigation process that determined where the errors were occurring so corrections could be made.