Food and drink manufacturers across England and Wales have raised their growth forecasts and plan to create upwards of 75,000 new jobs over the coming five years, despite uncertainty since the EU Referendum vote, according to a new study released today by Lloyds Bank Commercial Banking.
Business intelligence software is all the rage. The problem? It’s not exactly inexpensive, nor is it always easy to use. Which, of course, impacts on ROI. Andy Gough, general manager at Datawright discusses the use of ERP software for business intelligence.
The UK will weather the current storm of uncertainty by focusing on collaborative, home-grown and long-lasting improvements. Russell Longmuir, CEO & director general of the British Quality Foundation (BQF), explains how.
UK manufacturers are gearing up for the fourth industrial revolution by prioritising investment in staff and management skills over software and machinery, according to new research released today by EEF and Oracle.
The world of healthcare is changing, thanks to the many advancements in technology and the digital health innovations that are entering the field and transforming the way that medical professionals work and the care that patients receive.
Small and medium-sized UK manufacturing businesses are finding it increasingly difficult to design new products for their customers, citing innovation as a key challenge for the industry as a whole. This is the key finding of this year’s SME Barometer Research commissioned by Exact.