Published By: Red Hat
Published Date: Aug 22, 2018
In the emerging digital enterprise, theres a good chance some application development will be taking place outside the information technology department. Its not that the role of IT is in any way being diminished in fact, IT managers are getting busier than ever, overseeing the technology strategies of their enterprises. Rather, the pieces are in place for business users to build and configure the essential business applications they need, on a self-service basis, with minimal or no involvement of their IT departments.
As the world moves deeper into an era of ongoing disruption from digital players be they startups, or teams within established enterprises technology has become an essential part of every job, from the boardroom to the boiler room. Accordingly, the discipline of IT is no longer confined to the data center or development shop. Many business managers and professionals are building, launching or downloading their own applications to achieve productivity and respond
Published By: Autodesk
Published Date: May 22, 2017
The future of making things is here, and it is complex. Engineering leaders are under constant and growing pressure to find more innovative solutions for increasingly demanding customers in the context of an extremely competitive global market.
Published By: HireVue
Published Date: Aug 10, 2018
How job seekers discover jobs has changed drastically over the last 50 years. Few people comb through their local Classifieds, or apply door-to-door today.
How they get those jobs has not changed. Job seekers might not shop their resumes door-todoor anymore, but they put that same information into a job application. Applicants that hit the roles preferred requirements are scheduled for a phone screen, and some are brought in for an interview with the hiring manager.
Ever wondered what an ideal candidate experience looks like?
Candidates today shop for a job like they shop for a bike based on brand, buzz and blogs. Recruiters must respond accordingly by engaging early and often; promoting the brand; and selling company culture. Tune into this 3:52 video to experience Recruitment is Marketing through the eyes of a candidate.
In the face of growing competition and a challenging business climate, many job shops and manufacturers are looking for ways to reduce costs, streamline operations, and improve the bottom line. Implementing enterprise resource planning (ERP) software is a proven solution for running a business efficiently and effectively. Yet, a large percentage of job shops and manufacturers have held back from implementing an ERP system due to high initial costs, long implementation times, and competing demands for time and resources. Download this white paper to learn more!
Job shops often specialize in a particular metal fabrication, or a specialization around certain types of products, like fasteners or machined bar stock. They provide unique services for larger manufacturing operations such as working with unique materials, incredibly tight tolerances, the ability to generate quickly manufactured prototypes, design and CAD assistance, reverse engineering, quick-turn parts, in-house tooling, amongst other services. Some typical job shop operations include:
Tool and Mold Shops
Contract Cutters and Engravers
Vehicle and Boat Converters
Niche Product Manufacturers
Furniture, Cabinet, and Display Makers