Computer applications have by now entered almost all enterprises, but mostly in an uncoordinated way without long term integration plans or automation strategies. Departments introduced computing equipment and purchased or developed programs to support their department operations. This approach divided an enterprise into small and almost autonomous enterprises, each with the goal to deploy the computer to make their department and its associated activities work more efficiently.
KeywordsInformation Technology Community Computer Integrate Manufacture Automation Strategy Shop Floor Control Master Production Schedule
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