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1. GE and Microsoft Partner Up for IoT
(News)
Work on the industrial internet, or Industrial IoT, continues to take place, but with a bit less publicity than what you see on the consumer side. General Electric, a leader in IIoT, has announced a partnership ...
Created on 19 July 2016
2. GE's Approach to Industrial IoT
(News)
General Electric has been an 'early adopter' of Industrial IoT concepts. They are big believers in IoT enablement and are putting their money where their mouth is by making huge bets on their ability t ...
Created on 04 July 2016
3. Managing Your Supply Chain
(Supply)
... ies are Insourcing too! Let's use General Electric's historic Appliance Park in Louisville, Kentucky — a plant that was on the verge of shutting down just four years ago. They are "re-shoreing" electri ...
Created on 30 November 2015
4. IOT Integration and the B2B2X Supply Chain
(Integration)
...  the common examples. The news media has always told us that Al Gore invented the Internet, but who started the industrial/business version of IoT? Most agree it was the General Electric Company, a pionee ...
Created on 02 July 2015
5. Embed Innovation in Your Culture
(News)
Stop innovating? Is David Siegel crazy? Innovation is a process that many companies consider to be part of their DNA, but in reality it's not.In a recent post on the Innovation Excellence site, we get ...
Created on 01 December 2014
6. Here Comes the Industrial IoT
(Technology)
... IoT solutions. General Electric has been the most visible leader in the development of IoT (they prefer the term ‘Industrial Internet’) applications in the real world. They manufacture some extremely ...
Created on 08 October 2014
7. Rebalancing Your Sourcing Strategy
(Supply)
...  General Electric's Appliance Park (now Electrolux) Are we jumping up and down saying: ONSHORE? Not until YOU look at the impact on the whole supply chain. Think about coordinating B2B and B2C. Think abo ...
Created on 29 September 2014
8. Supply Chain Expertise is Expanding
(Supply)
... competitiveness.” It didn't use to be that way in my earlier business career. Traditional path to the top varied. Finance was a great path (Reg Jones at General Electric). An engineer, Alfred P.Sloan ...
Created on 11 April 2014
9. The Importance of Integration
(Integration)
...  by big players like General Electric. Ubiquitous sensors will feed systems to monitor performance, drive quality improvements, facilitate control changes without human intervention, track movement, optimiz ...
Created on 09 January 2014
10. GXS Same Same Penn Central ?
(EDI)
... lain terms in the VAN industry and railroad industry. In 2002 General Electric decided to divest their VAN business. Francisco Partners LP invested on a ten-year term in what became known as GXS. 10th annive ...
Created on 31 July 2013
11. Connecting Everything
(Integration)
... t or experience a stock-out and robots automate most DC processes. Pretty nice, isn’t it? General Electric is particularly active with work on their Industrial Internet initiatives, with development taki ...
Created on 12 July 2013
12. EDI VANs Are Undefined At Best
(EDI)
... 5). (3) Hybrids who owned a network in addition to VAN; and were EDI service and software providers: medium to high incentive: GEIS (a business of General Electric, already owning a "timesharing" network ...
Created on 13 June 2013
13. Social Media In The Acquisition Process
(Technology)
... ation internally on projects, independent of where the employees are located. One product that goes after this market is Sharepoint from Microsoft. General Electric has built their own innovative internal  ...
Created on 24 April 2013
14. Check Out the Latest in Social Media
(Blogs)
... ts" and LinkedIn has "Groups" & "Connections". (3) Private Social Media is a single company owning it's own internal platform. Best example is the General Electric Social Collaboration network (COLAB).  ...
Created on 10 April 2013
15. Insourcing and the Supply Chain
(Supply)
... used an example of General Electric's historic Appliance Park in Louisville, Kentucky — a plant that was on the verge of shutting down just four years ago. They are "re-shoreing" electric water heaters a ...
Created on 02 April 2013
16. Is AGILE the Buzz Word for 2013?
(Technology)
... ant from the manufacturing companies in the extended supply chain. EXAMPLE Let's use General Electric's historic Appliance Park in Louisville, Kentucky — a plant that was on the verge of shutting dow ...
Created on 14 January 2013
17. Supply Chain Management Trends
(Management)
... es, companies are Insourcing too! Let's use General Electric's historic Appliance Park in Louisville, Kentucky — a plant that was on the verge of shutting down just four years ago. They are "re-shoreing" e ...
Created on 12 January 2013
18. The Kate Middleton Effect?
(News)
Moving production overseas may make financial sense, but extending the supply chain may be counterproductive. In a short article on the DVIRC site, we see how the delivery of a 'hot item' (like copies ...
Created on 24 December 2012