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  1. Are You Putting Technology To Good Use? 4 Tips To Help Your Manufacturer Clients Deliver IT Operations Efficiently

    Manufacturing requires precision, no matter what type of product is being developed. Yet in today’s technologically advanced world, many manufacturers are finding that their IT operations are not as efficient as they should be. And it seems like every day there’s a “new” product or solution that they must have to compete in the marketplace. This leaves operators wondering how and if they can improve upon some of the more critical functions with existing technologies. The answer is, of course, yes!

  2. The Verdict Is Out: Why Investment Opportunities Favor The Engineering Software Market

    Through leveraging our market knowledge, research data, and analysts whom understand the challenges and importance of buying and selling IT to support critical business processes, it would seem that investing in technology companies in recent years has once again become detached from the “fundamentals”; we are back to the casino game of “get in, watch carefully and then try to get out again at a point where the price is higher than you paid.”

  3. 4 Mobility Trends Transforming The Manufacturing Industry

    From business decision-making to process workflows, user interfaces, and proactive maintenance, new utilizations of mobile devices and apps are drastically changing the way manufacturing gets done.

  4. Your Smart Manufacturing IT Clients Capitalize On Manufacturing Data

    A major challenge faced by manufacturers is the state of data useable to glean actionable intelligence. Manufacturing, compared to industries that are using more sophisticated data analytics tools — like advertising and finance — is often scrambling to find better ways to use data to improve quality and efficiency.

  5. 6 Uses For IoT Sensors In Equipment Manufacturing

    It seems you can’t read any technology-related news these days without hearing about the potential of the Internet of Things to revolutionize the way we engage with the world. The reason? It’s a really big deal! The IoT promises to be the most disruptive technological advance since … well …. the Internet.

  6. 4 Reasons Small Labels Deliver Big Business Benefits For Manufacturers

    When was the last time you’ve considered the business impact of a simple label? The need and importance of labels has morphed well beyond just packaging and shipping. In fact, there are more than 25,000 combinations of labels, tags, and ribbons available to support many different manufacturing labelling applications. Why so many? Consider the number and cost of parts found in electronic and medical devices today. There are 15 component and packaging labels needed to manufacture and ship a typical smartphone alone.

  7. 3 Reasons Your Manufacturing IT Clients Need Mobile Solutions

    The manufacturing industry has a heavy reliance on manual and paper-based processes, homegrown applications, and legacy systems that are, for the most part, obsolete by even the most forgiving standards. However, it’s all about to change.

  8. 4 Reasons Your Manufacturing IT Clients Need Mobility Solutions

    In the evolving world of manufacturing technology, improving operations while also reducing costs remains a top priority. Mobility solutions such as computers, scanners, and printers enable manufacturers to equip their mobile workers with the latest technology to meet business demands but also help to lower costs — proving to be a critical element in manufacturing IT.

  9. What VARs Need To Know About Mobile Computers And Manufacturing

    Things move fast today — and manufactures have to keep up. The more mobile and untethered a manufacturer’s warehouse or sales force can become, the more efficient they can be.

  10. Must-Haves Mobile Device Features For Manufacturing And Warehousing

    Mobile devices are well on their way to becoming integrated into almost every industry, providing new ways to capture data in real time and speed up the process of overall productivity. The advantages of mobility in manufacturing and warehousing applications are continually expanding.