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How Organizational Change Management Benefits Your ERP Implementation

  • 17 January 2018
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The manufacturing workplaces and supply chains of today are evolving, and with that comes the shifting function of your company and its staff. Manufacturers already know that implementing enterprise resource planning (ERP) is a step in the right direction, but there’s no question about it — implementation isn’t easy. In fact, analyst firm Gartner estimates that up to three quarters of all ERP implementation projects fail. It’s imperative that you get a good handle on the transition process in order to…

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The Role of ERP in a Quality Management Strategy

  • 27 December 2017
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Having a sound quality management strategy is essential for any manufacturing business, regardless of what it is you produce. If creating or updating your strategy seems like an intimidating task, enterprise resource planning (ERP) can help. Rather than addressing just one part of your company’s process, ERP is a single solution that allows you to monitor quality at every step of the manufacturing process. A quality management strategy requires certain details. Here are a few of the ways ERP can…

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5 Questions to Help You Decide Whether It’s Worth Investing in ERP

  • 20 December 2017
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You’ve probably come across enterprise resource planning, or ERP, when investigating options for improving your operations. ERP is a solution that lets manufacturers both large and small take advantage of the modern technologies that are reshaping the industry. If you’re still not sure whether ERP is a good fit for your operation, see if you’ve asked yourself any of these questions recently. 1. Do I Have the Real-Time Information I Need to Make Quick Decisions? Decisions need to be made…

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How ERP Helps Manufacturers Adjust to Changing Demand

  • 13 December 2017
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There are two inseparable factors that can make or break a manufacturing business: supply and demand. Without the right data, these factors can seem unpredictable. Sudden changes in demand can wipe out companies that don’t act quickly enough to satisfy customers. It can feel like a hurricane blew through unannounced — without data, that is. A healthy, state-of-the-art enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution can act like a meteorologist for demand, allowing companies to strategically control supply. Anticipating Demand Demand is…

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Our Partnership With Century Business Solutions to Deliver Credit Card Payment Within Epicor 10

  • 4 December 2017
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Cre8tive Technology and Design is excited to announce its partnership with Century Business Solutions to allow credit card processing directly within Epicor 10. After evaluating several different payment options, Century Business Solutions stood out as the premier payment provider for the Epicor 10 integration. The credit card module will utilize Century’s proprietary payment gateway, EBizCharge, to provide credit card processing for thousands of merchants across the country. “We strive to provide our customers with solutions that bring great value and…

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Calculating the Cost of Quality With ERP

  • 22 November 2017
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In the competitive global marketplace, reducing operational costs and running a leaner, more efficient operation are goals on every company’s radar. Of course, it’s essential that product quality not be compromised by any changes make for the sake of efficiency. Effective quality control management is paramount. Using the cost of quality metric, it's possible to monitor precisely how much capital goes into maintaining the optimal level of quality not only on the production floor, but within all business operations. By…

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How Secure Is Your ERP?

  • 20 November 2017
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In the recent ERP Cybersecurity Survey 2017, the most-cited cyber defense measures that respondents were taking were penetration testing or security assessments from a third-party cybersecurity provider. That sounds great — until you read the numbers. Only 33% of respondents had actually conducted such a test or assessment. In fact, respondents weren’t even in agreement on which C-level executive’s job includes protecting the company’s enterprise resource planning (ERP) system. The poll surveyed companies in industries ranging from healthcare to government…

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6 Essential ERP Benefits to Utilize

  • 15 November 2017
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The ability to hardwire best practices into business operations is more important today than ever before. American manufacturing companies are reaching a crisis point: an estimated 3.5 million skilled manufacturing jobs will need to be filled over the next decade as the baby-boomer generation retires. With this shift comes the retirement of valuable institutional knowledge. Investing in a cutting-edge ERP for your company means you have a way to maintain that knowledge, which will allow you to better bridge the…

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Enterprise Resource Planning For Small Shops

  • 8 November 2017
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An efficient and lean production pipeline is integral to the success of any manufacturing operation, regardless of size. The best way to effectively oversee all elements of these operations is to invest in an enterprise resource planning solution — ERP, for short. As a small manufacturing company owner, you have the best sense of what works for your operation. Up until this point, that may have been logging your information using a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet, your email service, or even by…

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What to Make of Industry 4.0

  • 1 November 2017
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The Industrial Revolution, wherein man harnessed mechanical power and new agricultural techniques to achieve great modes of production, forever changed global economics. In the centuries since, the world has experienced two further technological revolutions: the second saw mass production and assembly lines alongside the commodification of electricity, and the third centered on the shrinking of the computer chip to enhance automation. In the early decades of the 21st century, the fourth revolution has dawned: cyber-connected physical systems. Hallmarks of the…


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