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How Smart Manufacturing is an Advantage in Digital World

How Smart Manufacturing is an Advantage in Digital World

Many new digital technologies IoT, AI, Machine Learning, Blockchain, RPA is transforming manufacturing businesses drastically in an advanced way named “Smart Factory.” Industry 4.0, Smart Manufacturing, Smart Factory—all are the same words representing the digital era phenomenally. Digital technologies are connecting dots and embracing manufacturing industry into Smart Factory with extensive[…]

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Low/No Coding - Modern ERP Integration in Manufacturing

Low/No Coding - Modern ERP Integration in Manufacturing

Enterprise resource planning (ERP) was introduced in the 1990s as a resource management system to solve critical operations issues for manufacturers. Over the years, ERP has improved and expanded outside of its traditional box through digitalization, to help manufacturers integrate modern cloud ERP solutions and expand results throughout the organization.

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Industry 4.0—A Manufacturing Reinvention

Industry 4.0—A Manufacturing Reinvention

The role of manufacturers has grown due to the efficiency and proficiency they can offer through hyper-connected technologies, new insights and perspectives as part of their transition to Industry 4.0. This is making the sector richer by further increasing efficiencies and renewing the industry’s approach to innovation.

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Why deploying a multi-cloud API is important to manufacturers

Why deploying a multi-cloud API is important to manufacturers

The manufacturing industry is often stereotyped as being populated by old-economy dinosaurs that trail the “knowledge economy” in terms of the tools they use. In reality, many manufacturers have been early and enthusiastic adopters of digital technologies that improve productivity, reduce costs and benefit their bottom lines. However, a new challenge facing manufacturers who have embraced a[…]

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How API integration impacts your supply chain

How API integration impacts your supply chain

For years, interaction between participants in a supply chain has been based on electronic data interchange, or EDI, ensuring that all participants are using a common language to enable communication between otherwise-incompatible systems. 

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