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How to Use ERP for Lean Packaging and Printing
While the concept of lean manufacturing is well established in traditional manufacturing industries, its adoption in printing and packaging has been slow. Many companies have yet to fully realize the benefits of a holistic implementation. Find out how and when you should implement enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems for a faster transition to lean processes—and improve efficiency and quality while reducing waste.

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4/28/2008 3:09:00 PM

Color Printing Technologies: Which One Is Best for Your Document Production?
Color printing used to be reserved for only the most important documents, where the high cost was justifiable. As printing technologies have advanced, however, color printing has been added to the everyday office environment. Today, the demand for color printing is growing as more and more organizations discover that they can print in color as easily, quickly, and inexpensively as in black and white.

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9/17/2007 5:27:00 PM

An Executive Guide to Choosing an ERP System for Packaging and Printing
Buying a software solution that doesn’t closely fit your business processes significantly impacts the time and money your company needs to make it work. There are particular challenges in using a generic enterprise resource planning (ERP) system for the printing and packaging industry. Read about the functional gaps to consider when choosing an ERP system, and how to use it to lower your total cost of ownership (TCO).

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4/28/2008 3:10:00 PM

Host-to-Windows Printing: Brooks Internet Software
A major challenge for IT managers is that much of the data they need in Windows environments is stored in iSeries and Mainframe host systems. Traditionally, unlocking this data and making it available in Windows environments for further processing has involved major reprogram¬ming, and significant resource investments. There are, however, simple solutions that address the jump from host to Windows.

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6/26/2006 4:53:00 PM

Complete Guide for Securing MPLS Networks
The supply of multiprotocol label switching (MPLS) services and service providers has grown exponentially with the demand for Internet protocol (IP) and Ethernet services. But while MPLS enhances packet processing speed and network performance, it lacks in security. As government and industry compliance regulations increase, organizations must invest in tools that can ensure security without affecting network performance.

RFID LABEL PRINTING MACHINES: Complete Guide for Securing MPLS Networks Complete Guide for Securing MPLS Networks Source: CipherOptics Document Type: White Paper Description: The supply of multiprotocol label switching (MPLS) services and service providers has grown exponentially with the demand for Internet protocol (IP) and Ethernet services. But while MPLS enhances packet processing speed and network performance, it lacks in security. As government and industry compliance regulations increase, organizations must invest in tools
7/20/2007 1:19:00 PM

Tsinghua Tongfang Co., Ltd


RFID LABEL PRINTING MACHINES: Tsinghua Tongfang Co., Ltd (THTF) was formed on June 27, 1997, and has been listed on the Shanghai Stock Exchange since then.

RFID--A New Technology Set to Explode?Part One: RFID Technology
For retailers and the other vertical industries, radio frequency identification (RFID) tags present enormous opportunities to improve supply chain operations, since real-time inventory control, tracking, and alerting capabilities could be very important advantages of RFID. As tagged inventory goes through ports, terminals, freight forwarders, and into a distribution center, the RFID tag should provide near real-time visibility of an item's whereabouts at all times.

RFID LABEL PRINTING MACHINES: to Explode? Part One: RFID Technology RFID--A New Technology Set to Explode? Part One: RFID Technology P.J. Jakovljevic - April 22, 2004 Read Comments RFID Technology Supply chain technology has, for some time, been based on the traditional bar-code technology familiar to ordinary shoppers and consumers, but recently the software capability has been expanded to also use radio frequency identification (RFID) technology. While radio ID tag-enabled software is still just a miniscule part of total supply
4/22/2004

Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) Quality of Service and StreamSense
The increasing number of remotely-accessible business applications and the consolidation of data centers have turned the wide area network (WAN) into a strategic corporate resource in constant demand. But as bandwidth is limited, competition between various types of traffic can slow your mission-critical applications, to the detriment of employee productivity and satisfaction. Find out what you can do to ease the pain.

RFID LABEL PRINTING MACHINES: Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) Quality of Service and StreamSense Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) Quality of Service and StreamSense Source: Streamcore Document Type: White Paper Description: The increasing number of remotely-accessible business applications and the consolidation of data centers have turned the wide area network (WAN) into a strategic corporate resource in constant demand. But as bandwidth is limited, competition between various types of traffic can slow your mission-critical
10/9/2007 4:22:00 PM

ROI for RFID: A Case Study Part Two: Implementation and Results
If companies are to find value in radio frequency identification (RFID), they need to view this technology as more than eliminating the scanning gun from the barcode equation. Companies considering implementing RFID must think beyond the confines of the four walls of the plant and factory in order to take full advantage the benefits that this type of technology has to offer. However, as is with any emerging technology, the bottom line is to only implement RFID when the ROI justifies it.

RFID LABEL PRINTING MACHINES: for an introduction to RFID technology, statement of the problem it is to solve, and companies involved in implementing it. Not too surprisingly, the implementation plan for RFID is not very different from that an enterprise-wide software implementation project. In fact, while the detailed plan has more the 260 tasks and subtasks, the major phases employed at KiMs were exactly the same as those for an ERP implementation. Specifically, the major phases were Project Planning to include project kickoff,
6/29/2004

The Fragile Consumer Packaged Goods Market and Private Label Products
The drive towards private labels has many impacts on the industry. A consumer packaged goods manufacturer's business strategy must recognize this and deal with the opportunities and threats it creates.

RFID LABEL PRINTING MACHINES: The Fragile Consumer Packaged Goods Market and Private Label Products The Fragile Consumer Packaged Goods Market and Private Label Products Olin Thompson - January 4, 2006 Read Comments Introduction On average, 45 percent of products sold in Europe are private label products; this compares with 25 percent in the US. Store brands now account for one of every five items sold in US supermarkets, drug chains, and mass merchandisers. A study by the Gallup Organization found that 75 percent of consumers see
1/4/2006

The Promise (and Complexities) of Private Labels
Recent studies have shown that retail winners (that is, companies that outperform their peers in year-over-year, comparable store sales) carry a significantly higher percentage of private label merchandise than their competitors do.

RFID LABEL PRINTING MACHINES: The Promise (and Complexities) of Private Labels The Promise (and Complexities) of Private Labels P.J. Jakovljevic - August 13, 2007 Read Comments Collaborative supply chain networks may benefit their participants in many ways. Information-sharing initiatives can increase profitability throughout the supply chain by way of cost reduction, demand augmentation, and better ability to respond quickly and accurately to market changes. For more background, please see The Blessing and Curse of Global Sourcing
8/13/2007


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