WEB WATCH: 2009 Software Case Study Guide Index

Friday September 11, 2009
Written by André Voshart
Below you'll find features from our print edition followed by online exclusives. What do companies that make valves, candy, hockey boards and fuel cells have in common? Answer: They, among others, have turned to software to maintain a competitive edge. Explore the following case studies to see how Canadian manufacturers are leveraging CAD/CAM, PLM and ERP in their facilities. Print FeaturesSiemens PLM: Mold design, manufacturing time cut with digital developmentMicrosoft: Allan Candy sweetens sales, streamlines IT with Dynamics GPSolidWorks: Hockey-board maker speeds up production with CAD, roboticsAutodesk: Complex-structure manufacturer saves with digital prototyping, data managementDassault Systèmes: Airship maker rises to the top with CAD, PLMSYSPRO: Steel fabricator leverages ERP to automate production, track productsPTC: Ventilator firm delivers on time with CAD, content managementExact: ERP manages inventory, workflow for specialty valves maker Oracle: Fuel-cell maker accelerates time-to-market with PLM Sage: Plastic products manufacturer gets BOM makeover with ERP add-onOnline ExclusivesDelcam: Precision-parts maker shaves programming time with CAMWonderware: SCADA provides solution for Ontario water treatment plant Kinaxis: BreconRidge reduces response times to customer changes by 80 percentIQMS: Mould maker gains organization, savings with EnterpriseIQIFS: Fresh food manufacturer keeps an eye on the bottom lineSAP: Lighting distributor looks to a bright futureBonus: 2008 Software Guide Case Studies

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