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  1. ECM And Lean Six Sigma: Improving Results And Performance On A Continual Basis
    6/2/2009
    Processes mark the way things are done in an organization and can drive almost every department, including sales, manufacturing, human resources and communications. The purpose is to create a consistent and efficient way of performing tasks, but over time processes can become ridden with errors and redundancies as employees fall into ritualized habits and communication breaks down. By Doug Burgess, senior vice president, Corporate Lean Six Sigma, Xerox
  2. Technical Information Bulletin: Recovery Of Enumerated Microorganism Challenges On Selective Media Versus Non-Selective Media
    4/12/2009
    MicroBioLogics Inc. is a manufacturer of microorganism preparations that serve as quality control challenges in clinical and industrial microbiology laboratories. A frustration that MBL and our customers often share is the apparent discrepancy between established mean assay value of a challenge microorganism preparation and the colony forming unit (CFU) recovery on selective media.
  3. Ricoh Video Case Study: Full Solution Overview
    2/26/2009
    Find out what happened when Ricoh, a fast-paced warehouse and distribution facility, deployed an enterprise-wide mobility solution from Motorola and System ID.
  4. Ricoh Video Case Study: Warehouse Operations
    2/25/2009
    Find out what happened when Ricoh, a fast-paced warehouse and distribution facility, deployed an enterprise-wide mobility solution from Motorola and System ID.
  5. Mobility In Manufacturing: Achieve A New Level Of Lean — And A New Level Of Profitability
    2/24/2009
    This mobility guide features more than 150 pages that show you how to unleash the full power of mobility across multiple manufacturing segments — from high-tech and consumer packaged goods to automotive, pharmaceutical and more.
  6. White Paper: Shrinking The Supply Chain Expands The Return: The ROI Of RFID In The Supply Chain
    2/24/2009
    The purpose of this paper is to review various business benefits of implementing RFID, and discuss various typical ROI results, providing a guide to the value typical organizations can expect from streamlining supply chains using RFID implementations. With over a decade of researching and developing technology return on investment (ROI) and total cost of ownership (TCO), the Alinean team are the experts leading solution providers, consultancies and CIOs turn to for IT value advice, research and assessment / benchmarking tools. By Thomas Pisello, author of IT Value Chain Management
  7. Shrinking The Supply Chain Expands The Return: The ROI Of RFID In The Supply Chain
    2/24/2009
    The purpose of this paper is to review various business benefits of implementing RFID, and discuss various typical ROI results, providing a guide to the value typical organizations can expect from streamlining supply chains using RFID implementations. With over a decade of researching and developing technology return on investment (ROI) and total cost of ownership (TCO), the Alinean team are the experts leading solution providers, consultancies and CIOs turn to for IT value advice, research and assessment / benchmarking tools. By Thomas Pisello, author of IT Value Chain Management
  8. Direct Part Marking At Ford Motor Company
    2/24/2009
    Being able to track a product, and the key components that it is made of, from manufacturing throughout the supply chain, and from product birth to product retirement, offers manufacturers many advantages. By Steve Banker
  9. Case Study: Direct Part Marking At Ford Motor Company
    2/24/2009
    Being able to track a product, and the key components that it is made of, from manufacturing throughout the supply chain, and from product birth to product retirement, offers manufacturers many advantages. By Steve Banker
  10. Heating Process Water With Oxidizer Exhaust: 9-Month Payback And Environmentally Green
    1/30/2009
    Controlled Environment's latest Energy Recovery Project involves recovery of exhaust from a Regenerative Oxidizer with a temperature of 250° F using an air-to-water energy recovery system.