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Manufacturing 2.0 offers a new approach to integrating manufacturing operations to support the agility goals of a demand-driven value network.
Table of Contents
Manufacturing Is Under Pressure
Recessionary Times Have Only Exacerbated the Already Lengthy Manufacturing Backlog
Manufacturing Operations Continues to Defy Traditional IT Paradigms
- 3.1 Much Conjecture on Architecture
- 3.2 Manufacturing Operations Is Ripe for Applications Overhaul
- 3.3 Expectations Are for IT To Deliver a New Level of Service
- 4.1 Manufacturing 2.0 Defined
- 4.2 Elements of a Manufacturing 2.0 Architecture
No Dominant IT Approaches Have Emerged
- 5.1 Corporate ERP Still Has Hurdles, While Interest in Operations-Centric ERP Grows
- 5.2 MOM Vendors Evolve
- 5.3 In-House Remains an Option
- 5.4 Does the Cloud Hold the Answers?
Plotting the Course
- 6.1 Empower the People
- 6.2 Dynamic Process Enablement
- 6.3 Align Manufacturing Performance with Supply Chain Performance
Focus on Today, but Think Big Picture
- 1.0 Manufacturing Is Under Pressure