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Many vendors of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems claim that their products are widely applicable - configurable to meet the needs of any business, whatever the product or service offering. However, producers of high-variety and bespoke products, such as Make-To-Order (MTO) companies,...
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The Workload Control (WLC) concept is one of few Production Planning & Control (PPC) solutions appropriate for Make-To-Order (MTO) companies yet its successful implementation is an enduring challenge. Most implementations reported are in large organisations yet it has been argued that WLC is...
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The paper reviews 'classic approaches' to Production Planning and Control (PPC) such as Kanban, Workload Control (WLC) and Theory of Constrains (TOC), and elaborates upon the emergence of techniques such as Constant Work in Progress (CONWIP), Paired cell Overlapping Loops of Cards with...
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Many vendors of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems claim that their products are widely applicable - configurable to meet the needs of any business, whatever the product or service offering. However, producers of high-variety and bespoke products, such as Make-To-Order (MTO) companies,...
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Business-to-Business (B2B) relationships, such as between a manufacturer and a customer,are increasingly important during the Customer Enquiry Management (CEM) process,particularly so for non-Make-To-Stock (non-MTS) companies operating in industrial markets.Few empirical studies have explored...
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The Workload Control (WLC) concept is one of few Production Planning & Control (PPC) solutions appropriate for Make-To-Order (MTO) companies yet its successful implementation is an enduring challenge. Most implementations reported are in large organisations yet it has been argued that WLC is...
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The paper reviews 'classic approaches' to Production Planning and Control (PPC) such as Kanban, Workload Control (WLC) and Theory of Constrains (TOC), and elaborates upon the emergence of techniques such as Constant Work in Progress (CONWIP), Paired cell Overlapping Loops of Cards with...
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Business-to-Business (B2B) relationships, such as between a manufacturer and a customer, are increasingly important during the Customer Enquiry Management (CEM) process, particularly so for non-Make-To-Stock (non-MTS) companies operating in industrial markets. Few empirical studies have explored...
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