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Connecting Enterprise Systems

Where to Begin How do you connect your company’s enterprise systems? When companies decide to embark on the journey of enterprise data connectivity a well thought out blueprint is required. And even the most well intentioned projects can easily scale up in size and duration

Overcoming PTC Windchill Challenges

Capability Overload PTC has many components and solutions to choose from, and it can be overwhelming to know where and how to start. Before diving into solution selection, determine your business objective and goals. Taking this step will make it easier to review PTC solutions

Liveworx is best LIVE and in person

Liveworx was the place to be this year for all things digital transformation and digital thread.  More than 5,000 people were there to network, see the wide breadth of solutions that PTC provides and get some hands-on demonstrations and insights into what’s ahead. Element Consulting

Connect your shop floor. See real results.

By Eric Larson  What is a connected shop floor?  A connected shop floor is when a manufacturing facility uses digital technology to allow seamless sharing of information between people, machines, and sensors via a hybrid-cloud based model. This transition empowers workers by giving them easy access

Process planning for the manufacturing win

By Eric Larson  What is process planning?  Process planning is a step, typically completed by the manufacturing or operations departments, within engineering or manufacturing companies.  At a high level, process planning documents the steps and processes used to manufacture, inspect, assemble or repair a product.

What is digital transformation?

Unless you have been hiding under a rock, you have probably heard the latest technology buzz words – and digital transformation was most likely one of them.  So, what does digital transformation mean? Let’s break it down.  The traditional definition of digital transformation is “the

ERP thrives in remote-first world

By Eric Larson The pandemic has changed and continues to change so many things about our lives – one of the most notable being how and where we work. Many of us are working from home full time. Some of us are in a hybrid

Does your ACO have the “IT” factor?

By Ken Buchanan Where would we be without our IT departments? They literally and figuratively “keep the lights on.” We’re all guilty of taking our access and application availability, reasonable response times, secured networks and communications, and backup/recovery systems for granted. Provider Organizations in particular