January 2004

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HP Integration Strategies: Issues continue with IT in manufacturing

Dick Hill,Contributing Editor       Comments? Write: editorial@Hydrocar..

Hill, D., ARC Advisory Group

Dick Hill,Contributing Editor       Comments? Write: editorial@HydrocarbonProcessing.com For more than a decade, corporate/ business information technology (CIT) has had a growing influence on how manufacturing systems have been developed, deployed and maintained. The result is a movement toward IT-based manufacturing systems (MIT). ARC recently conducted a survey that showed there is still a difference in opinion as to the progress being made in managing MIT.

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