Manufacturing Business Intelligence Program

Business Intelligence Program About ShopFloorReporting.Com
ShopFloorReporting.com provides highly configurable manufacturing software and manufacturing execution systems (MES) for the shop floor. We also provide ERP class software for manufacturing enterprise management. Our industrial software is browser based thin client .net technology which makes management of MRP, MES and ERP funcions easy and quick even accross a large enterprise. We provide an open source to customers that are interested in managing their MES and ERP software internally.

ShopFloorReporting.com Business Intelligence Overview
ShopFloorReporting.com specializes in platforms that are centered on browser based enterprise integration. Our experience with industrial manufacturers, who have diverse system and data storage requirements, has compelled us to create programs that can be deployed quickly and adapt to change rapidly. We can deliver the subsystems and cross platform integration services required to fill your real-time business intelligence program with valuable real-time data. At ShopFloorReporting.com our focus is on continuous innovation. We have the toolsets and experience required to collect and respond to data requirements at any level. ShopFloorReporting.com programs provide all of the graphical tools and data mining capabilities that you expect in a great business intelligence tool. Gain unprecedented access to real-time manufacturing data: Production and efficiency reporting, SPC, QA, SQC, defect tracking and more. Our analysis and reporting tools help you achieve the goal of continuous improvement.

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What is a good logical next step from being a program manager in business intelligence? - Quora

I had a friend doing a BI role for P&G that is now working as a quant trader for a bulge bracket.

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I'm a senior in high school- i will be applying to 7 colleges, but i need one more so CSU SLO or SDSU?

SLO isn't urban, but it has less students than SDSU. Graduation rate may be better too and the weather is just as nice. SDSU has a better location, but if you aren't from the local admission area, then you less consideration. SDSU is highly populated and getting the classes when you want them may not be easy. Both are pretty good for business, but SLO is more known for its engineering stuff.
Give San Diego a try