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Business Insights drives productivity in ERP

SYSPRO, a global provider of industry-built ERP software, is continuing the drive to enhance their ERP solution and improve the user experience by releasing Business Insights to their customers. This product enhancement gives business owners an optimised visibility across their organisation geared to boost productivity and efficiency by surfacing useful insights. According to SYSPRO’s Chief […]

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How striving for zero defects helps to boost manufacturing productivity through process visibility

Theresa May hasn’t held back in stressing the need for UK businesses to raise productivity levels if we are to successfully trade with and operate in the European market post Brexit. In its Industrial Strategy green paper, the Government highlights the fact that although the UK has built a global reputation for our industrial sectors, […]

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You and Yours – How ERP is helping drive digitalisation in UK manufacturing

Last month saw the publication of an interim report from the Industrial Digitalisation Review, with the final recommendations due to be presented to Government later this year. So far, over 200 companies from throughout the UK have been involved in the review, which aims to identify and ‘unlock’ the opportunities that Industrial Digitalisation could create […]

One of the UK’s largest stockholders of quality engineering and advanced thermoplastics chooses K3 Syspro technology for growth

  An independent engineering company, which is one of the UK’s largest stockholders of quality engineering and advanced thermoplastics, has chosen K3 Syspro’s ERP system to help the business move forward. Nylaplas Engineering is accredited to the quality management standard ISO 9001 and is approved across a range of sectors from aerospace, the Ministry of […]

Industry 4.0 ebook chapter 5 – Megatrends

Megatrends If your business is busy planning its route to and through Industry 4.0, you’re going to become quickly accustomed to all the perceived changes and revolutions affecting the manufacturing industry, so you can plan how to best take advantage of them. These challenges and opportunities, like everything covered in our Industry 4.0 guide, often […]

Industry 4.0 ebook chapter 4 – Robots and Automation

Robots and Automation It used to be the case that few manufacturers outside of the automotive sector would have a requirement for, or the funds required, to invest in robotics and automation. But as the sector has accelerated its own output levels through the use of robotisation, other sectors have taken note and begun to […]

Industry 4.0 ebook chapter 3 – Big Data Analysis

Big Data Analysis Manufacturing businesses are no strangers to data collection. Every day organisations are collecting valuable data about their customers’ orders, production schedules and performance, delivery rates, transactional costs and expenditure, profit margins, etc., but how often are we using this data to make better informed, and faster decisions? The role of Big Data […]

Industry 4.0 eBook Chapter 2 – Supply Chain Integration

Supply Chain Integration If there is one single factor critical to the success of a manufacturing business during Industry 4.0, it is supply chain integration, but this does not just refer to technology and business systems. Whilst it’s true that a completely integrated technology stack underpinned by a centralised business system such as ERP is […]

Industry 4.0 eBook Chapter 1 – The Future of Manufacturing

The Future Manufacturing Business Model For the visions of Industry 4.0 to become reality, manufacturing companies need to begin by looking at their existing business model. It’s no longer enough for manufacturers to operate to a Just In Case business model. The age of manufacturing products in bulk and waiting for customers to buy them, […]

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