Weblogs About Manufacturing/Operations
About second hand industry machines by exapro
Exaproblog is the exapro's firm blog in touch with the second hand industry machine market . You will find relevant topics concerning different production areas
Location: Prague, Czech Republic
Automation Training by Bill Valedis
I have re-created this blog to allow sharing of training information, personal experiences about training and create a vehicle where moderated discussions about automation training technologies can take place.
Location: Guelph, Ontario
Blogics by Brian
Enjoy the musings of gym supply experts at Zogics, the #1 choice for gym wipes, hand sanitizers, green disinfectants, commercial air fresheners, and AEDs for fitness centers and health clubs.
Location: Richmond, Massachusetts
Business Fundas by Dr. Arpan Kar
An educational blog on business management providing articles on strategy, marketing, Supply chain, technology management, social media, e-business, finance, economics and operations management. We have articles on classic and emergent theories and industry best practices, research issues and results, besides giving views on the hottest current topics. Our authors are educators and researchers from top business schools.
Location: Kolkata, India
Business Insights from Legacy Blog by Terry H Hill
Hosted by Terry H Hill, the blog contains business insights, tips, and tactics related to starting and growing a business.
Location: Sarasota, Florida
Business Lean by Ultriva
A source for info on Lean production, Lean manufacturing, kanban, inventory control, and supply chain management, as well as news on manufacturing best practices, global manufacturing competitiveness, and software for the modern manufacturer.
Canadian Business Blog by Northbridge
The Canadian Business Blog is dedicated to bringing you news and information about the current Canadian business environment. We offer tips, opinions and insider information that can give you a pulse on the health of the Canadian economy, and firsthand thoughts from Canadian business owners.
Location: Cambridge, Ontario
Chemical Professionals by techkasamba
Blog for those who believe in sharing & exchange of knowledge in Chemical Technology, Energy conservation, Chemistry, Chemical Engineering, Manufacturing etc
Chief BIAS Officer - Business Intelligence as a Service by Mike Beckerle
This blog will contain my opinions, call them my biases if you want, on topics related to Business Intelligence, and Software as a Service. My acronym "BIAS" for "Business Intelligence as a Service" is very unofficially what Oco (www.oco-inc.com) does. I say "unofficially" because I did not check with the VP Sales and Marketing before starting with this (Hi Anil), some other folks said "go for it", so here we are! Lots of blogs I see are collections of snippets each roughly with content of "Check THIS out" containing links. You will definitely not get these sorts of items here. I will comment and link things when I have something useful to add. Many people are curious about what makes SaaS such a good idea, and I have pretty strong biases/opinions about this subject. I am CTO (or CBO) at Oco because I'm a big believer in the importance of this evolution of computer technology. I will share the reasons why I decided to get into this specialty, and why I believe it will be successful and important in the marketplace. I think these reasons are relevant to people on the buy-side and the sell-side of this technology who need to understand its advantages. I believe many of these advantages are actually quite subtle and not yet well represented in cyberspace. As for bias and non-bias: I considered posting this blog as some neutral sites where there are other bloggers on related topics. I decided not to go there because the blogs there have this fairness about them with respect to vendors, and the writers of them don't work for vendors, and so on. That is so not me! I am far too biased. I work at Oco because I'm passionate about what it does, the value that delivers, and I believe it is important. Yes, they pay me. I think everyone understands that. That said, this blog is not a marketing vehicle. I take my reputation as a technologist very seriously, and I would never tell someone that what Oco has to sell is good for them to purchase unless I firmly believed this was truly going to make their life easier, solve a problem, or generally add value for them. So while my biases will be expressed here, you can be assured that my biases are for good technical reasons, or at least intuition that I hope is correct, and not just because it is what my company happens to sell. So, that's enough of the caveats and "bias" puns.... Many people are looking at the SaaS trend today and want to understand how and when to engage with it, what it really means, why it's a good idea, etc. I've been in high-volume commercial data processing since 1995, and enterprise software during that entire period. I've seen the issues of enterprise software development (and it's achilles heel, QA, which will be a post "real soon now") and I strongly believe this hosted/cloud "as a Service" deployment paradigm is very clearly the way for companies like mine to deliver value to customers most effectively, and specifically for business intelligence applications to be created and deployed for businesses today. Thanks for reading, and I hope you find subsequent posts useful. Please comment on them. Don't hesitate. Show your biases please. I'm convinced most people have good reasons for them.
Location: Waltham, Massachusetts
Competitive Edge, The by Brendan O'Malley
Thoughts on the general topic of improving the competitiveness of business. Original thinking instead of the latest fad or acronym du jour.
Location: Limerick, Ireland
Doggone Good Idea!, A by Joey
My name is Joey. I’m an American Foxhound and I’ve got a tail to wag. It’s a simple tail, white and brownish-orange; that is, a tale about CoolZips zipper pulls and how to get that one-in-a-million idea mass-produced and to market without chasing yourself in circles.
Location: West Bloomfield, Michigan
Engineering Economist, The by Engineerblogger
I'm a Mechanical Engineer with a passion for engineering, business and finance. I will provide the latest information related to these topics.
Location: New York, New York (State)
Event Supplies Blog by Customer Service
This blog is used to discuss changes to the catering disposables market, answer common questions we at Events are asked, comment on price increases, market changes and so on
Location: Keighley, England
Gizmoactive, the Gadget & Technology Guide by Anthony
Deals with current news about latest electronic Gadgets like mobiles, ipods, ebooks et., You will find all required information pertaining to your favorite gadget
glassblog by The editors of Glass Magazine
From the publishers of Glass Magazine and e-glass weekly comes glassblog, an interactive Web publication serving the architectural glass industry.
Location: McLean, Virginia
Inventors Design Studio Corner by DMIsalem
Design My Idea is a full service design studio by inventors, for inventors. Besides our own services, we will update our own journey in inventing while we license and distribute our own product line.
Location: United States
Lean Recruiter, The by The Lean Recruiter
Tracking the pulse of recruiting and employment in the manufacturing sector. Specifically involved with the promotion of lean manufacturing techniques.
Maritime Site, The by Ben
The Maritime Site is a blog about the merchant marine, commercial shipping, the offshore oil and gas industry, nautical science, offshore wind turbines, tidal energy, and any other topic of interest related to the professional maritime industry.
Location: Augusta, United States