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Business trip to Texas. Report from SPE ATCE 2017 and other discovers

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A little about our business trip and some interesting facts

Texas is an industrial capital of the U.S., the second largest state, “The Lone Star State”, and recently we had a business trip there. We have attended the trade shows and conferences, discovered a lot of useful business information, and now we are going to share it with you.

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SPE ATCE 2017, San Antonio, TX. Business in Houston

October 9-11 SoftElegance exhibited at SPE Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition, San Antonio, TX with the booth. This is a 3-day event, which brought together members of the SPE – Society of Petroleum Engineers, representatives of the energy business, and Universities. Conference held every year since 1924 and members come from all over the world to ATCE to share latest technologies with colleagues, cover industry issues, and negotiate with peers.
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Enterprise Manufacturing Intelligence — Market Analysis and Technology Forecast through 2016

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Enterprise Manufacturing Intelligence Forecast till 2016 to Growth

Here at SoftElegance we are always deep in our customers industry. Manufacturing is the one of such industry we are keeping in touch. This post is about enterprise manufacturing intelligence, the one of the fastest growing segments of Manufacturing Execution Systems.

Enterprise Manufacturing Intelligence (EMI), or simply Manufacturing Intelligence (MI), is a term which applies to software used to bring a corporation’s manufacturing-related data together from many sources for the purposes of reporting, analysis, visual summaries, and passing data between enterprise-level and plant-floor systems, according to Wikipedia.

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Enterprise Manufacturing Intelligence market experiencing rapid growth. The Enterprise Manufacturing Intelligence market is one of the fastest growing segments of the CPM/ MES global automation software and service markets. The market growth is a result of manufacturers need for timely information to support and drive operational decisions.

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IDC Manufacturing Insights: Modern Supply Chain

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IDC Manufacturing Insights supply chain strategies

The IDC Manufacturing Insights Perspective looks at the notion of clock speed in the supply chain, how the accelerating pace of business is causing manufacturers to rethink their approach to the supply chain, and the way that supporting IT capabilities are consumed.

Custom software development for supply chain automation is one of the strongest SoftElegance’s skills. We are always in touch with the latest trends and perspectives in supply chain.

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This perspective covers Supply Chain Strategies; it covers regions: North America; covers categories: Manufacturing, Industry Focus.

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Meet SoftElegance at Automation Technology Expo East 2011

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SoftElegance will be an exhibitor at Automation Technology Expo in New York, June 7-9 at Jacob K. Javits Convention Center.

ATX East is the resource event to see leading automation suppliers showcase the latest lean manufacturing, cost reduction, and enhanced productivity products and technologies.

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SoftElegance’s booth number is #2954. Please feel free to visit our booth, or contact us to receive your personal invitation to visit SoftElegance at ATX East 2011.

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Serious hole in critical-infrastructure software

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This is not a typical post for SoftElegance’s blog but the information provided below could be critical-important for our customers. Major part came from Oil and Gas, Manufacturing industries.

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“The U.S. government is warning critical-infrastructure operators of a serious hole in software used in oil and gas; water; electric utilities; and manufacturing plants around the world.”

“This vulnerability requires moderate skill to exploit,” the warning said.

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SoftElegance in the Press

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We are proud to represent an article about software SoftElegance has developed to enhance storage facility productivity for the Manufacturing companies.

One of the leading industry’s magazine, Manufacturing Business Technology has published an article ‘Material Handling Solution Improves Inventory Tracking

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“A reliable material handling application allowed one company to minimize inventory tracking errors and receive more comprehensive and precise project status updates…”

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SoftElegance Develops a Toughbook Material Handling Application to Enhance Storage Facility Productivity

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Manufacturing companies can now use reliable, wireless Panasonic Toughbook devices to improve yard communications, inventory management, and outdoor material tracking and reporting.

Panasonic Toughbooks are making industry easier: these devices are being used in warehouses, manufacturing plants, complex storage yard stretching several square miles, and indoor and outdoor warehouses where raw and refined products are stored. Forklift-mounted Toughbooks are also being used in the industry to help track product and inventory movement between locations.

Problem:

Many manufacturing companies use manual processes to track inventory and provide project status updates. Over the years, these traditional methods have proven to be inefficient, costly, and time consuming for yard and shop employees, In the yard, lost inventory and products that can’t be located can negatively impact profitability. And, without a reliable way to track how many moves are made around the yard in a given day, many organizations lose money because they cannot determine the optimal number of employees and forklifts required for route optimization.

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