In a recent article in The Record, our Product Strategy Director Kevin Bull explains how companies in the discrete manufacturing space can overcome the spectrum of challenges that they're currently facing.
Even though GDPR is fast approaching, an alarming number of businesses still aren’t taking the required steps to ensure that they’re compliant. What is more worrying is that not everyone is aware of the changes taking place, and we have less than a year before they come into force!
Welcome to the Columbus Discrete Manufacturing Series. Our series focuses on five common problems discrete manufacturers are currently facing, and how to solve them, including case study examples of where discrete manufacturers have implemented our solutions and seen success.
The world is a vastly different place to what it was when previous legislations were introduced to secure an individuals personal information. In the age of social media, digitalisation and the cloud, the way in which personal information is shared is a significantly different... This blog post is part of our 'ask the Expert' series and was written by Columbus Consultancy Process Practice Director, Simon Noakes.
Your business partners and customers want to engage with your company in a productive manner, based on shared values and objectives. You can make this much easier for them by integrating systems and information sources.
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a new EU regulation aimed at protecting the personal data of EU citizens. Since the term ‘personal data’ is so broad, the new regulation impacts almost every EU company, and any company that exchanges or collects data from those who reside within the EU.