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Weathering the Next Manufacturing Recession

Learning from the mistakes of the last recession can help manufacturing prepare for any potential future recession.

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Synchronizing Planning, Scheduling, and Execution with the Supply Chain for Greater Collaboration and Visibility.

Demand-Driven Manufacturing technology can help you reach your most important KPIs, such as reducing lead times and lowering inventory levels.

Learning from the mistakes of the last recession can help manufacturing prepare for any potential future recession.

Fast growing ETO manufacturer synchronizes production with demand, driving on-time delivery and increased throughput.

As manufacturing environments become more digital and agile, many are adopting demand-driven methods to drive end-to-end production flow and position themselves for the Factory of the Future.

This whitepaper details the link between end-to-end supply chain visibility and modern Demand-Driven Manufacturing enterprises, and how manufacturers are gaining real power through liberating their data and transforming it into performance improving information.

Supply chain issues and industry-wide critical component shortages will have a profound impact on Apple’s production of the iPhone 7s, iPhone 7s Plus, and iPhone 8, several new reports seem to indicate.

This is the fifth post in a series where we investigate some of the myths and mistruths around Sales & Operations Planning (S&OP).

The 2017 Top Ten Trends for Modern Demand-Driven Manufacturing is based on interactions with hundreds of manufacturers and industry experts - addressing challenges, supporting innovation and introducing technologies - the constant, key themes that rise to the top are digitization, synchronization and visibility.

TR Cutler, Inc. Market Research just released the results of a survey conducted in the first two weeks of February, 2017; the respondents were all discrete manufacturers and all held VP or C-level titles.

This white paper explores the ways manufacturing has changed, from the goals of manufacturers to the systems they rely on, discover how the software market is addressing the changing manufacturing sector.

Modern Demand-Driven Manufacturers are today’s truly Lean thinkers and are continuously improving their operations to create more opportunities for innovation, a recent report by Synchrono addresses challenges, innovation and technologies associated with manufacturing digitization, visibility and synchronization for 2017.

Lean Manufacturing, allows a manufacturer can accurately and effectively calculate the optimal level of inventory needed to fulfill demand requirements through the duration of replenishment lead time.

Demand-driven manufacturing (DDM) is an approach to manufacturing where production is based on actual demand rather than forecasts.

A flight path to reduce costs, enable growth and provide a path for scalable continuous improvement.