Works Management Archive

Articles within the archive for October 2001

01/10/2001:e-business assessment tool to speed manufacturers’ e-project priorites - News
01/10/2001:Huhtamäki Oyj packs Process Manager punch for its global e-business expansion - News
01/10/2001:New online demand and supply ‘matching’ service for manufacturers - News
02/10/2001:Nintendo scores high with JD Edwards Oneworld XE across Europe - News
02/10/2001:European firms failing on m-commerce, say Datamonitor and PeopleSoft - News
03/10/2001:Ferrari aims for maximum network availability for its design, manufacturing and test engineers - News
05/10/2001:Harison Toshiba Lighting Japan gets web integrated on iBaan system - News
05/10/2001:SAP implementation at Rolls Royce & Bentley Motors goes live after 18 months - News
09/10/2001:RosettaNet targets SMEs with new affordable supply chain integration software - News
09/10/2001:Toray goes live with Tropos implementation - News
15/10/2001:Pharmaceuticals supply chains to get PWC and Manugistics aid - News
15/10/2001:Internet security challenges is free if no problems - News
15/10/2001:McGuffie signs up Optimus inventory people - News
16/10/2001:Data Technology and IBM bring i2 supply chain planning to mid manufacturing market - News
16/10/2001:SolidWorks office pricing correction - News
17/10/2001:SSA GT bows to customer pressure for longer term support and new web technology - News
17/10/2001:Mid size manufacturers to get multi-vendor templated e-procurement out of box - News
18/10/2001:Siemens selects Agile to drive competitive advantage - News
18/10/2001:3D CAD collaborative commerce about to take another leap forward - News
19/10/2001:Matra finds engineering data management take-up sadly lacking - News
19/10/2001:Invensys takes its own iBaan medicine for new process automation industry web portal - News
19/10/2001:Denby’s Precise performance monitoring keeps Oracle Applications fired up - News
22/10/2001:Multi-company order management system firms prepare for battle - News
22/10/2001:Honeywell POMS builds out pharmaceutical industry solution to healthcare and CPG sectors - News
22/10/2001:Agile Software launches innovative ‘product chain management’ software - News
22/10/2001:Alcan Cable orders iBaan suply chain scheduler - News
22/10/2001:WIP cut by30%, stocks by 70% - Reference/Features
22/10/2001:No time like the present? - Reference/Features
22/10/2001:Scottish Courage goes for 'power assisted scheduling' - Reference/Features
22/10/2001:Faster food flows from firm foundations - Reference/Features
22/10/2001:Collaborative design: the big issue? - Reference/Features
22/10/2001:e-forum debate part 4: supply chain - Reference/Features
22/10/2001:e-procurement: moving up the agenda - Reference/Features
22/10/2001:Hotting up the pace with web-centric IT - Reference/Features
22/10/2001:A radical new approach to vehicle manufacturing - Reference/Features
22/10/2001:Integration: yes or no? - Reference/Features
22/10/2001:Focus your IT spend - Reference/Features
23/10/2001:End-to-end supply chain synchronisation is the promise of Manhattan - News
23/10/2001:Engineers see industry as Internet dinosaurs - News
23/10/2001:Galderma buys into Honeywell manufacturing management systems - News
24/10/2001:Sasol spends $12 million on mammoth implementation: expects one year ROI - News
25/10/2001:Sony slashes package design times by 50% with Catia v5 - News
25/10/2001:Benetton fine tunes its cars with new fluid dynamics software - News
26/10/2001:Volvo chooses hyperMill CAM software for prototyping - News
26/10/2001:Flymo trims development costs with digital design software - News
26/10/2001:Perkins opts for Cameleon CRM to help cut time from specification configuration to order placement - News
26/10/2001:Brook Crompton invests £1.2m in global ERP software - News
29/10/2001:Baan supply chain and CRM suite to be offered as pay as you go ASP - News
29/10/2001:SMEs to get aerospace and defence IT tools - News
29/10/2001:Light industry gets full function manufacturing and business management enhancement - News
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