manufacturing

4月 242017
 

Building cars is towards the top of the manufacturing hierarchy - some countries are even known for the cars they build. If you want a good quality car, you probably think of Japan. If you want a stylish sports car, you probably think of Italy. If you want a diesel [...]

The post Will your next car be made in China? appeared first on SAS Learning Post.

4月 062017
 

The widespread adoption of the term "analytics" reminds me of the evolution of the term "supply chain management." Initially the term focused on supply chain planning. It involved demand and supply balancing and the heuristics and optimization tools that came out of advanced planning and scheduling. Over time practically everything was included [...]

When everything is analytics, nothing is analytics...? was published on SAS Voices by Scott Nalick

3月 202017
 

In my previous blog we identified quality as the critical success factor that will deliver UK manufacturers through the potentially choppy fallout from Brexit and other global political and economic upheaval. Quality in every thought, every action, every outcome You might think differentiating on the quality of your products is [...]

Achieving a quality-connected enterprise was published on SAS Voices by Tim Clark

3月 152017
 

Omnichannel Analytics are helping companies uncover patterns in big data to improve the customer experience.  Using those insights, companies can anticipate what consumers are planning to purchase and influence that purchase in real time.     Companies are experiencing unprecedented complexity as they look for growth and market opportunities. Their product portfolios are [...]

Omnichannel is changing the way we view demand planning was published on SAS Voices by Charlie Chase

3月 152017
 

Omnichannel Analytics are helping companies uncover patterns in big data to improve the customer experience.  Using those insights, companies can anticipate what consumers are planning to purchase and influence that purchase in real time.     Companies are experiencing unprecedented complexity as they look for growth and market opportunities. Their product portfolios are [...]

Omnichannel is changing the way we view demand planning was published on SAS Voices by Charlie Chase

2月 272017
 

Manufacturers are used to operating in challenging circumstances – whether financial, economic, political or competitive. And it's a good thing since the coming years seem likely to be as uncertain as those following the global economic crash. But manufacturing will have an excellent opportunity to thrive because, like many sectors, [...]

Why quality is the answer to manufacturing challenges was published on SAS Voices by Tim Clark

2月 272017
 

Manufacturers are used to operating in challenging circumstances – whether financial, economic, political or competitive. And it's a good thing since the coming years seem likely to be as uncertain as those following the global economic crash. But manufacturing will have an excellent opportunity to thrive because, like many sectors, [...]

Why quality is the answer to manufacturing challenges was published on SAS Voices by Tim Clark

10月 272016
 

I've been reflecting on my life and career recently and was amazed to discover that I just hit 30 years of working with industrial and manufacturing applications. While it’s a bit tough to admit my age, I’m quite happy with my career and have enjoyed manufacturing and industrial applications. I […]

How to maximize manufacturing production assets was published on SAS Voices.

10月 072016
 

Machine learning is taking a significant role in many big data initiatives today. Large retailers and consumer packaged goods (CPG) companies are using machine learning combined with predictive analytics to help them enhance consumer engagement and create more accurate demand forecasts as they expand into new sales channels like the […]

Machine learning changes the way we forecast in retail and CPG was published on SAS Voices.

6月 202016
 

Some estimates suggest that the number of connected objects will be more than 50 billion by 2020. Each of us will own between six and 10 connected objects. But what exactly is the Internet of Things (IoT)? Wikipedia describes it as “the network of physical objects — devices, vehicles, buildings […]

Disruption from the Internet of Things: Are you ready? was published on SAS Voices.