With pressure to adapt to rapidly changing markets and improve financial results at an all-time high, many manufacturing companies are considering the move to a demand-driven or make to order process in their operations. This transformation entails a re-defining of the relationship between customer demand and manufacturing scheduling. In
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Recently, Ultra met with executives at HighJump for a vendor briefing to learn all about the HighJump software. As one of the only vendors providing a sophisticated solution for omnichannel fulfillment, HighJump is experiencing the spike in attention they deserve. About HighJump Software HighJump finds themselves in the forefront of supply
Often times, business executives will forego the formality of analysis when it comes to “just do” projects, regardles of the effect on ERP ROI. Outdated machinery, legacy technology and other intuitively obvious investments need to be maintained and replaced or upgraded in order to maintain business viability. Regardless of the obvious investment,
Industries studies show that approximately 50% to 60% of mid-market companies have outdated information systems. This means that nearly half of management teams in the mid-market are asking themselves the question “why ERP”?! Ultra talks to many manufacturing executives every year that represent the 50% to 60% that are evaluating that question.