How to Increase the Amount of Supplier-Nominated Cost Savings – Free Report

August 31st , 2011 → 4:20 pm @

There is a big opportunity to utilize Supplier-nominated cost savings programs as a way to supplement all of your efforts to drive cost reductions, and improve your supplier relationship at the same time.  Done right, a supplier nominated savings program can be a systematic and effective tool to tap your suppliers for their insights, creativity, and […]

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The 5 Most Important Factors When Implementing Supplier Reduction and Achieving Simultaneous Cost Savings

June 27th , 2011 → 3:17 pm @

Implementing successful Supplier Reduction is a big animal.  Implementing significant Cost Savings is another big goal.  Both Strategies are at the top of the list with nearly all Equipment Manufacturers.  They are both challenging and critically important objectives and implementing and executing both of these strategies successfully at the same time presents extreme challenges.  DEE […]

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The 10 Most Important Criteria for Selecting Tubing and Hose – Free White Paper Report

February 19th , 2010 → 7:17 pm @

Free White Paper Report – The 10 Most Important Criteria when Selecting Tubing and Hose for an OEM Equipment application It can be challenging to make sure you have covered all the bases during the tubing and hose selection process. Have you considered all the elements involved with the application?  Temperatures, chemicals, pressures and flexibility […]

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Tech Trends: Play Nintendo Using Nothing But Your Eyes

February 14th , 2009 → 5:03 pm @

Pretty neat…controlling a video game only with your eye movements.  Waterloo Labs, a group of science and engineering guys and gals, created ‘Eye Mario’ to generate the basic commands of a first-gen Nintendo controller using the polar differences in the human eye, or electro-oculogram [EOG].  Electrooculography (EOG/E.O.G.) is a technique for measuring the resting potential […]

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