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Manufacturing ERP

Why Assembly Manufacturers Need an ERP System

Assembly manufacturing completely transformed the manufacturing industry when it was first introduced: mass production became a reality.

Nowadays, many of our most valuable goods, from cars to household electronics, are produced in an assembly line environment.

The key, of course, to assembly manufacturing is speed and increased productivity. Henry Ford famously cut production time of his Model T cars from 12 hours to 94 minutes by introducing assembly lines to his manufacturing plants.

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IQMS launches EDI value added network services for manufacturers

New hosted EDI VAN service provides manufacturers with a secure, reliable and affordable service for the connectivity, transport and integration of all their electronic business transactions


Whether you need to manage supplier purchase orders, invoice your customers or provide business-to-consumer drop shipping fulfilment for online retailers being able to enable online transactions across the manufacturing supply chain via electronic data interchange (EDI) is critical.

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IQMS launches cloud-based manufacturing software applications

Last week, IQMS held its annual user conference in Orlando, Florida. As well as provide users with an opportunity to meet and discuss the latest features, functionality and best practices of EnterpriseIQ manufacturing ERP and MES System software, the conference also launched IQMS’ latest manufacturing software.

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Automotive Manufacturing in 2017

Last year UK vehicle manufacturers increased production by 8.5%, exported a record 1.25 million cars, and saw an increase in commercial vehicle manufacturing of 20% since 2015. The UK automotive manufacturing industry has shown steady growth, but for how long?

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The Benefits of Manufacturing ERP for the Plastics Sector

The plastics manufacturing industry has changed dramatically in recent years.

Increasingly globalised operations and technological advancements have led to more innovations than ever. The introduction of smarter and smarter robotics and automation in the manufacturing process is bringing us closer to the 'Internet of Things' revolution. As the industry becomes more advanced, our processes must take steps to keep up.

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