As manufacturing control systems converge with manufacturing automation systems and systems supporting the back office, IT managers in manufacturing companies are being asked to oversee all their company's IT-including the manufacturing systems. Roadmap to the E-Factory explains what the IT manager needs to know about these unfamiliar systems. It discusses the information value chain, a concept which demonstrates how all computing resources contribute to the success of a manufacturing organization. The material also demonstrates the strategic value of IT, and it includes recommendations for managing the computing resources of a global manufacturing enterprise. An authoritative text on IT, manufacturing, and control systems, Roadmap to the E-Factory provides detailed information on: e-companies e-commerce o Lean manufacturing Supply chain management ERP Operations Emerging trends In addition to helping you gain a basic understanding of manufacturing systems, Roadmap to the E-Factory shows you how IT systems can most effectively support these systems and provides you with a set of recommendations that enables you to derive maximum benefit from them.This edition. A Standard for Auditing Computer Applications Martin Krist ISBN: 0- 8493-9983-1 A Technical Guide to IPSec Virtual ... Networking James Trulove, Editor ISBN: 0-8493-9821-5 Communications Systems Management Handbook, 6th ... Jan Killmeyer Tudor ISBN: 0-8493-9988-2 Information Security Management Handbook, 4th Edition, Volume 2 Harold F. ... ISBN: 0-8493-0824-0 The Network Managera#39;s Handbook, 3rd Edition John Lusa, Editor ISBN: 0-8493- 9841-X Projectanbsp;...
|Title||:||Roadmap to the E-Factory|
|Author||:||Alex N. Beavers, Jr.|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press - 2001-03-27|