Manufacturing executives have a fundamental problem: their production processes are frequently developed with an incomplete knowledge of the capabilities of available technology. As a result, they are leaving money on the table and limiting their ability to compete. They have experienced the disappointment of implementing information system solutions without significant benefit and yet get requests for even more technology. IT costs rise as new systems are added, but the additional benefit is imperceptible on the balance sheet. Managers are rightly suspicious ​of investing more, and demand rigorous return on investment analyses before accepting new system implementations. But even the detailed…
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