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System ERP dla wytwórczości nowej generacji
Industry 4.0 - Requirements for the New Generation of ERP Systems
Przedsiębiorstwo we współczesnej gospodarce - teoria i praktyka, 2014, nr 2, s. 79-90, rys., tab., bibliogr. 26 poz.
Research on Enterprise in Modern Economy - theory and practice
Systemy ERP, Nowe technologie
ERP system, High-tech
streszcz., summ.
Artykuł specyfikuje wymagania projektowo-aplikacyjne dla systemów ERP, które mają efektywnie wspomagać zarządzanie wytwórczością nowej generacji 4.0. W części 1 zidentyfikowano generacje przemysłowe i komputerowe, wyodrębniając Internetowe. Z kolei (część 2) analizie poddano wyróżniki nowej generacji wytwórczości, ilustrując je przykładami praktycznymi dotyczącymi cyfryzacji materii/Internetu przedmiotów. W części 3 zbadano związki systemu operacyjnego przedsiębiorstwa z obszarem IT wskazując na system ERP jako centrum aplikacyjne. Na tej podstawie w części 4 zaproponowano i skomentowano cztery kluczowe cechy przedmiotowego ERP. W podsumowaniu przytoczono sumarycznie szereg wniosków oraz zaproponowano kierunki dalszych badań.(abstrakt oryginalny)

The article specifies the design-application requirements for ERP systems, which should efficiently support the manufacturing management of the new industry generation. In section 1 the technological generations were identified and linked in the spheres: manufactruring, computer industry and Internet. Afterwards (section 2) the main components of industry 4.0 were analyzed and illustrated with practical examples regarding the digitization of matter / Internet of things. In section 3 relationships were researched - between the operating system in companies and the IT area, pointing to the ERP system as the center of applications. On this basis, in section 4, four key features of ERP were proposed and commented. In the summary (5), a number of conclusions was quoted and directions for further researches were proposed.(original abstract)
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