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Edgewater Fullscope Blog

Chemical Manufactures – How to Maintain Compliance with Microsoft Dynamics

May 3, 2018 7:00 AM

One of the most important aspects to your chemical manufacturing business is having an ERP system that is aware of product restrictions and enables you the ability to stay compliant with the multitude of industry regulations. When your ERP system is aware of set restrictions, detecting mistakes early on in the process is possible.

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The Top 5 Challenges Facing Specialty Chemical Manufacturers and How to Solve Them

Apr 25, 2018 6:00 AM

Chemical manufacturing is a uniquely complex industry that entails substantial requirements in order to maintain compliance. With biyearly modifications, new compliance and regulatory requirements happening every single year, the ability to continually adjust for things like: GHS, FRFA, OSHA, DHS, HCS, CFET and REACH can be challenging. 

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Fullscope EDGE for AX Achieves Technology Evaluation Centers (TEC) Certification Status

Nov 10, 2015 7:00 PM

Fullscope EDGE for AX is now certified by Technology Evaluation Centers (TEC), a leading provider of independent software research, evaluation tools and selection services. EDGE for AX completed the certification program which included a scripted product demonstration session and benchmarking analysis with a TEC research analyst.

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Lifecycle Services (LCS) for AX Supports the Way You Do Business

Aug 27, 2015 8:00 PM

August Blog Series: Tips & Tricks

Insights From: Doug Payton (Fullscope Technical Consultant) and Sharlee Cobb (Fullscope Senior Project Manager)

The second episode of our Lifecycle Service (LCS) podcast series takes a closer look at some LCS features including: the business process modeler, the customization analysis tool and the license sizing estimator. Take a listen to the FullFocus episode below.

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Fines, Recalls and Risk – Oh My! The Case for Food Traceability

Jun 24, 2015 8:00 PM

June Blog Series: A Case For…

Insights From: Traci Didonna (Fullscope Product Architect), Recall: The Food Industry's Biggest Threat to Profitability,FoodDive Traceability Playbook

Is your manufacturing business facing huge fines, a tarnished brand and wary consumers because your food traceability system wasn't up to the job? According to Recall: The Food Industry's Biggest Threat to Profitability, "The average cost of a recall to a food company is $10M USD in direct costs, in addition to brand damage and lost sales..." But the cost of a recall isn't just measured in dollars. It's also measured in the number of consumer's lives impacted by foodborne illness and the response time of a manufacturer.

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Empower Your Mobile Manufacturing Workforce with Dynamics AX

Jun 10, 2015 8:00 PM

June Blog Series: A Case For…

Today's workforce is becoming increasingly mobile, and according to the blog Mobile ERP: It Doesn't Have to Hurt! and Forrester Research three out of every 10 workers are considered fully mobile. With 30 percent of workers working remotely on a regular basis, it is growing increasingly important for manufacturers to provide its teams with the mobile tools they need to get the job done.

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A Case for Operational Excellence with Microsoft Dynamics AX

Jun 8, 2015 8:00 PM

June Blog Series: A Case For…

Chemical manufacturers face distinct industry challenges and require a robust ERP solution like Microsoft Dynamics AX to help achieve operational excellence. Drive process improvement and gain in-depth insights into operations by harnessing the power of Dynamics AX.

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Instrument Calibration: Fullscope EDGE for AX 2.0 for Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R3

Nov 12, 2014 7:00 PM

November Blog Series: Tools We're Thankful For

Insights From: Traci Didonna (Fullscope Product Architect)

What is Instrument Calibration?

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Total Recall: The True Cost of Foodborne Illness

Apr 9, 2014 8:00 PM

All eyes are on Tyson this week after their recall of chicken nuggets with a trace of plastics. Unfortunately, it’s not just the makers of highly processed foods that are struggling with recalls right now. As April unfolds, we see that the organic food industry is not immune either:

  • Three purveyors of organic black peppercorns herehere and here have also announced recalls this week.
  • And, the real shocker is this one: Tea Tree Oil mouthwash is recalled because of bacterial contamination, despite the many websites and even an NIH article touting tea tree oil's antibacterial properties!
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