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Re-Engineering the Manufacturing Systemby Robert E. Stein
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An information systems trailblazer in the domains of decision support and factory and supply chain synchronization, the Second Edition of Re-Engineering the Manufacturing System stays true to its title, once again bestowing uniquely straightforward instructions for designing, installing, and operating manufacturing information systems. This updated and expanded source takes care to clarify the often blurred concepts of synchronization and optimization, and offers implementation advice from four discrete angles to yield better bottom-line results. It shows how to exploit an information system, rolling ERP system implementation into the TOC framework to promote profit materialization.
Book News Annotation:
Stein, a consultant on manufacturing and distribution systems, offers instructions for designing, installing, and operating these systems. Coverage includes definition and design issues such as subordination and buffer management, as well as implementation issues such as critical chain project management. New to this second edition is a focus on concepts of synchronization versus optimization and an emphasis on profit requirements. Annotation (c)2003 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
The second edition of this text offers straightforward instructions for designing, installing and operating manufacturing information systems. It clarifies the often blurred concepts of synchronization and optimization and offers implementation advice from four discrete angles for better results.
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