Supply chain is a bunch of various different activities which have different patterns and require huge attention to be managed. For example, under a job order manufacturing system, job orders are often seasonal and require a potential attention about the expectation of various job orders in order to fulfil a job order at its time. On the other, machines are utilized consistently at all the time despite of a job order. The differences in these parameters lead to a complex supply chain. All the activities and parameters under a supply chain are interconnected with each bother and impact one another.
Background: The computer revolution and Information Technology IT have transformed modern health care systems in the areas of communication, teaching, storage and retrieval of medical information. These developments have positively impacted patient management and the training and retraining of healthcare providers. Little information is available on the level of training and utilization of IT among health care professionals in developing countries. Objectives: To assess the knowledge and utilization pattern of information technology among health care professionals and medical students in a university teaching hospital in Nigeria. Methods: Self-structured pretested questionnaires that probe into the knowledge, attitudes and utilization of computers and IT were administered to a randomly selected group of health care professionals and medical students.
In this case study, we present and discuss HABER's approach and AI's role in addressing one of India's leading pulp manufacturer's concerns around maintaining the final tower pulp brightness within the specific target range, reducing costs incurred due to excess consumption of bleach chemicals. The mill uses chemical and mechanical pulping processes. Pulping process involves four stages namely pre-Bleaching, refining, bleaching and washing. In Pre-Bleaching stage the chips are preheated with steam. In refining stage, the pulp is refined to attain certain degree of freeness.
My only complain is that for this particular module in the specialisation as its about language and language style, the staff should apply a language (English) level requirement, because some students writings are so painful to read--full of error spellings, jumbled sentences and wrong use of words.