Founded in 1991, CIM
is based in Havana and employs over 400 people, including 150 scientists.
Key words: Common Information Model (CIM
), Distribution Management Systems (DMS), Unified Modelling Language (UML), Relational Database Management Systems (RBMS)
Sharon Roffman, also a student of Weilerstein and a CIM
graduate, won third prize in the competition, receiving $5,000.
The DMTF (Distributed Management Task Force) originally developed CIM
(Common Information Model) and WBEM (Web-Based Enterprise Management) standards.
By leveraging CIM
, management can control the necessary information resources and make confident decisions on issues relating to the customer or business activity.
Presently the CIM
system is being used to link MEC 20 and TSC 800s to the outside world.
techniques based on monitoring cannot tap this potential because by the time we recognize that waste is happening, it's too late." With the new software, Hunkar says, "The focus is placed on prevention to improve profitability." That is the essence of what he calls Smart Manufacturing.
offers an interactive learning approach that combines a line of self-paced CD-ROM products with the benefits of support and shared resources in a knowledge community Web site.
Because CIMtrack meets IAB guidelines, CIM
advertisers can accurately compare CIM
's ad measurement and reporting with IAB, which is the only widely accepted standard for audience measurement on the Web.
Framework  defines a component-based architecture for the next generation of agile Manufacturing Execution System (MES) systems.
Experts in the field articulate their opinions about the potential of CIM
(Kohl et al., 1988).
American executives in increasing numbers are waking up to the importance of CIM
as a competitive weapon.