How CPG can capitalize on the consumer-direct market

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Consumer shopping habits have changed rapidly and dramatically, and it’s easy to understand why. A universe of stores rests in the palm of our hands with seemingly infinite choices, available around the clock — literally at our fingertips. Product information, reviews and opinions provide answers to just about any question we could have. Smart algorithms […]

All aboard: Getting staff buy-in for ERP implementation

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No matter how advanced and automated our technology becomes, it’s people that drive organisations forward and ultimately, determine long-term success. It’s for this reason that any major digital transformation project should place a high priority on end user adoption if it’s to have any chance of success. An ERP implementation should be viewed as a […]

How 3D printing can speed procurement: A closer look at our proof-of-concept

Following my previous post about speeding procurement with 3D printing, I am sharing details about our proof-of-concept to do just that. We have designed an easy-to-use 3D printing plug-in for enterprise procurement (i.e., ERP) systems that is loaded with features. Our proof-of-concept has four parts: digital warehouse — stores all the digital design models (files), with […]

How 3D printing can speed procurement

We live in an ever-faster world of shrinking time-to-market, same-day deliveries and instant gratification. It’s time our manufacturing systems caught up. Today’s ERP systems support traditional manufacturing and procurement workflows, which take days if not weeks to get products to you. What if a worker could order a product and 3D-print it on the spot? […]

Have you gone MA&D?

Judging by the title of this article, you may wonder what this is. Welcome to the world of mergers, acquisitions and divestitures (MA&D). With the current low cost of capital, continued globalization and thriving technical innovation, MA&D have become strategic hotbeds for companies looking to become more competitive in the market and deliver value to […]

ERP for manufacturing companies: Where legacy systems fall short

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This blog was originally published by UXC Eclipse. Since then, UXC Eclipse has become the DXC Eclipse practice at DXC Technology. Today’s growing manufacturing firms face IT challenges that include increasing costs, evolving business requirements and aging technology. Nowhere are these challenges more apparent than with legacy enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems. Early ERP adopters […]

Why ERP implementations fail and tips to ensure yours doesn’t

This blog was originally posted by UXC Eclipse. Since then, UXC Eclipse has become DXC Eclipse, a practice within DXC Technology. An effective enterprise resource planning (ERP) system is essential for any company hoping to be successful into today’s fast-paced and highly competitive environment. While most companies have an ERP system in place, few would […]

6 best practices for a successful enterprise resource planning (ERP) implementation

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This blog was originally published by Tribridge. Since then, Tribridge has become the DXC Eclipse practice within DXC Technology. In this fast-paced digital era, the right enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution will enable your business to connect with, control and capitalize on the data you generate each day. When ERP is implemented correctly, extraordinary benefits can […]

Do you know the impact of disruption to your business — and are you ready for it?

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Being underprepared has consequences. Senior executives are frequently shocked by how quickly a problem can turn from a minor nuisance into an event that consumes and defines the company for years to come. This explains why companies engulfed by  crisis often underestimate the final cost by five to ten times. In today’s business environment, it’s not a […]

Reducing total cost of ownership with cloud ERP solutions

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“Digital Masters are 26 percent more profitable than their industry peers and generate 9 percent higher revenues from their physical assets,” according to a Harvard Business Review Press publication, “Leading Digital – Turning Technology into Business Transformation.” In my recent posts, I’ve discussed ways organizations can become digital masters and achieve these success, and I’m continuing that discussion here. With my […]