Do SMEs have a big data knowledge gap? That's the question asked and answered by Priority's VP R&D, Leor Barth, in his article in Dell UK's Tech Page One.
As a company owner or CEO, you never know if your business is moving in the right direction. "There are telltale signs that indicate that your company's growing and growing well," says Efrat Nakibly, Priority's VP Marketing, in her latest blog. She adds, "A company’s growth can best be compared to raising children – it’s downright difficult to know if you’re doing a good job."
Driving business improvement and reducing costs in any organisation can be achieved by a commitment to Continuous Improvement and aiming for best practice.
Before we get into future gazing, it’s no secret that we’ve been promised an automation takeover since the early 2000s, which has yet to be a reality for many small and mid-sized manufacturers...Why?
Imagine knowing where every piece of raw material is in your plant and being able to locate it instantly. Envision moving inventory from one bin to another while accurately documenting the entire transaction right there on the shop floor…in real time...
No matter how much you analyse the processes you are currently operating, the changes you make today will themselves become out of date in the foreseeable future. Continuous improvement is… continuous!
There’s an old-school saying still popular today. “Too many chiefs, not enough Indians.” It refers to a familiar scene, usually describing the workplace, where there are too many people giving instructions and not enough people doing the work.
2016 was a great year for ERP & Medatech; here we grew our staff and customer base by 30%! We saw the rise of ERPL (enterprise resource platform).
Today’s IT is fast becoming the epicentre of every business, from cheese makers to shoemakers to fiber optic cable makers.
As anyone who has ever tried to change a car tyre with a screwdriver will tell you, getting the job done is often simply a matter of selecting the right tools and so it is in computing...
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