Network management as a determinant for a successful computer-integrated manufacturing system
by Godwin J. Udo
International Journal of Computer Applications in Technology (IJCAT), Vol. 10, No. 5/6, 1997

Abstract: Network management is a critical success factor for computer-integrated manufacturing (CIM) systems. Telecommunication network management is a new management challenge, which in the past was handled by an outside vendor. The paper gives a description of telecommunications technology management and how it can be used to enhance the integration of technologies, resources, supplier, and customer in a CIM environment. The presentation include a set of management guidelines on how to evaluate, select, and manage telecommunications systems in order to maximise the strategic impact of CIM on organisation.

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