Lean ERP – An Oxymoron?

By:  Donald Clark CFPIM, CSCP By now, everyone has probably heard of, and many implemented, the concepts of “Lean”.  You know – analyzing your processes, finding and eliminating waste, implementing Kanban methodology and pull systems, adopting Heijunka scheduling techniques and the like – these are what most people think of when they think of Lean. [...]

2019-01-16T11:39:18+00:00 May 24th, 2010|Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations (Dynamics AX), Industry Insights, Made-to-Order Manufacturing, Made-to-Stock Manufacturing|Comments Off on Lean ERP – An Oxymoron?

How to add User Defined Fields (UDF’s) to XLReporter in SAP Business One

We found the SAP Developer Network Wiki Posting by Noreen Armstrong here.  We think this is something that isn’t easy to find so we are cross posting it for your information as well. The creation of reports in XL Reporter (XLR) frequently requires information to be extracted from user defined fields (UDF) in the database. [...]

2009-12-04T13:15:12+00:00 December 4th, 2009|SAP Business One|Comments Off on How to add User Defined Fields (UDF’s) to XLReporter in SAP Business One

Sage ERP X3 – Another Overview Video

Here is another Sage X3 video that Sage has posted that gives a nice look at its capabilities.  This is a fairly high end system that sits between the ‘mid market’ such as Microsoft Dynamics or Sage MAS 90/200 and ‘tier 1’ applications such as SAP R3 or Oracle. Click below to view:

2009-11-17T12:04:46+00:00 November 17th, 2009|Made-to-Order Manufacturing|Comments Off on Sage ERP X3 – Another Overview Video