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Now Nokia Closes India Factory; Bad News for Modi’s New “Make In India” Campaign

Nokia has announced it will suspend manufacturing operations at its Indian facility at Sriperumbudur near Chennai, from November 1. This will not come as welcome news for the new Indian government, which only launched its global, high-profile “Make in Ind…
Popular Discussions Back in July, we reported how Nokia’s new bosses at Microsoft planned to restructure the company’s global manufacturing operations, switching muc… http://www.gil-evevnts.gilcommunity.com/discussion/now-nokia-closes-india-factory-bad-news-modis-new-make-india-campaign/

Microsoft To Move Nokia Manufacturing from China to Vietnam

There was a time when Finland’s mobile phone giant Nokia ruled much of the mobile world. But intense competition from the likes of Apple and Samsung drove the company into the arms of Microsoft in 2013. Now, under new Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella, the US c…
Popular Discussions There was a time when Finland’s mobile phone giant Nokia ruled much of the mobile world. But intense competition from the likes of Apple and Samsung dr… http://www.gil-evevnts.gilcommunity.com/discussion/microsoft-move-nokia-manufacturing-china-vietnam/

When Partners Become Competitors

A few years ago, co-opetition was a popular buzzword. The term is unattractive, semantically speaking. But in some manufacturing circles, its popularity as a business strategy is waxing again. Whereas its first emergence years ago might have signaled a ne…
A few years ago, co-opetition was a popular buzzword. The term is unattractive, semantically speaking. But in some manufacturing circles, its popularity as a business strategy is … http://www.gil-evevnts.gilcommunity.com/discussion/when-partners-become-competitors/

Microsoft Buys Yammer, and Manufacturers Should Take Notice

Microsoft's agreement yesterday to buy the four-year-old social networking software maker Yammer for $1.2 billion has turned up the spotlight on the idea of the social enterprise--a force that is coming your way faster than you may think. The idea of the…
Microsoft's agreement yesterday to buy the four-year-old social networking software maker Yammer for $1.2 billion has turned up the spotlight on the idea of the social enterprise-… http://www.gil-evevnts.gilcommunity.com/blog/microsoft-buys-yammer-and-manufacturers-should-take-notice/

China Crisis? Foxconn Workers Threaten Mass Rooftop Suicide

Chinese labor relations took a turn for the worse last week at massive electronics manufacturer Foxconn, which employs around 1 million people at its Chinese plants.
Chinese labor relations took a turn for the worse last week at massive electronics manufacturer Foxconn, which employs around 1 million people at its Chinese plants. After an a… http://www.gil-evevnts.gilcommunity.com/discussion/china-crisis-foxconn-workers-threaten-mass-rooftop-suicide/

Would More Integrated Collaboration Tools Help your Business?

Emerging new technologies like cloud computing and social media tools promise many benefits for manufacturers as they strive to reduce costs and establish more collaborative cultures both internally and externally. The problem is that these tools can also…
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ERP in the Cloud: Microsoft Finally Makes its Move

At its annual Convergence conference this week, Microsoft is reportedly telling customers that the next major release of its Dynamics ERP products will be available as cloud-based services running on the company's Azure cloud infrastructure. The obvious q…
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Infor's Bid for Lawson: Good News for Lawson Customers?

The news that Infor has launched a $1.8 billion unsolicited bid for Lawson software should come as absolutely no surprise to Lawson customers. Enterprise software companies have been swallowing each other for years. Although Infor and Oracle have been the…
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Dialogue: Roche Boosts IT Vitality

Founded in 1896 by Swiss pharmacist Fritz Hoffmann-La Roche, the Roche Group still pursues his original goal of developing innovative drugs of uniform quality and distributing them internationally. Now Europe’s leading healthcare company and the world’s l…
Founded in 1896 by Swiss pharmacist Fritz Hoffmann-La Roche, the Roche Group still pursues his original goal of developing innovative drugs of uniform quality and distributing the… http://www.gil-evevnts.gilcommunity.com/blog/dialogue-roche-boosts-it-vitality/

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