Computer integrated manufacturing: a survey of concepts
by M. Todd Foltz, M.M. Tanik
International Journal of Computer Applications in Technology (IJCAT), Vol. 3, No. 1, 1990

Abstract: A brief introduction to computer integrated manufacturing is given. The different components of computer integrated manufacturing, where they are located, and their availability to the business are discussed. In addition, we examine why companies do not automate and discuss the reasons why a company should implement CIM. Several strategies businesses can take to integrate computers into their company are also discussed. Finally, we examine several actual cases of CIM implementation.

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