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Are You Having a Good Day?
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Are You Having a Good Day?

Processing data manually without a standard procedure can lead to mistakes, expose a business to making wrong decisions, or experience data security vulnerabilities.
3 Reasons Why You Might Not Want to Extend the Life of Your Existing MES
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3 Reasons Why You Might Not Want to Extend the Life of Your Existing MES

Some manufacturing companies are considering the LC/NC model to extend the life of an existing MES or shop floor control applications instead of investing in a new commercial application. While the initial appeal to extend the life of an existing MES application might seem attractive, there are several reasons why this may not be your best option.
A Closer Look at MES and New Product Introduction
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A Closer Look at MES and New Product Introduction

Recently, I wrote about several ways that a Manufacturing Execution System (MES) can improve New Product Introduction (NPI). In that article, I explained how an MES can play a critical role in improving and streamlining the new product introduction process.
Quality Assurance, Control & Management – Are they Similar or Different?
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Quality Assurance, Control & Management – Are they Similar or

With so many manufacturers focusing on operational excellence and global competition a given, it is not surprising that quality has become a critical control point. Manufacturers have variously deployed quality control (QC), quality management (QM) and/or quality assurance (QA), or product assurance (PA) in complex discrete manufacturing to drive quality throughout their operations.
It’s Time to Redefine the “E” in EQMS
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It’s Time to Redefine the “E” in EQMS

Roughly ten years ago Quality Management System (QMS) software was still primarily paper-based, focused strictly on plant floor manufacturing operations. The market began to transform, and along came the term “eQMS” to designate it was “electronic” or did not require the use of paper.
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