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   Friday January 9, 2009 | Spotlight on Project Portfolio Management | Issue 2532
How Project Portfolio Management Can Help Steer You Through a Recession

Why spend money on project portfolio management (PPM) software in the middle of a recession? Because it can save you more money than you spend—and you come out the winner. As a gatekeeper that prevents you from overspending, PPM can help you reduce new IT project costs, successfully align company resources with business objectives, and control IT expenditures in ways that most benefit your organization. Find out more about one of the best tools you can have to successfully navigate a recession. It's in today's feature blog post.

Along with the New Year, of course, come resolutions—and here are 6 IT resolutions you can't afford NOT to make in 2009!

Finally, here's a report from the Economist Intelligence Unit that examines the challenges—and opportunities—that face midsize manufacturers.

Read the blog post: How PPM Provides Direction across the Business Landscape in Uncertain Economic Times

Read the blog post: 6 IT Resolutions You Can't Afford NOT to Make

Read the white paper: Growth and Complexity: The Challenges Ahead for Midsize Manufacturers

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Feature White Papers
VAI How One Distributor Played Wal-Mart's Distribution Game-And Won
Knoa Software But, I Thought the ERP System Was Going to Help Us with That!
Secure Computing Corporation Meeting and Exceeding PCI 1.1 Compliance Today
Access Commerce Optimizing the Lead-to-order Process
Vendor Guru Recession-proof Your Business Phone Solution
Sage Distribution: Realizing Enterprise ROI through Sage MAS 90, 200, and 500
InsideCRM 10 Steps to Purchasing a Web Conferencing Solution
Kinaxis Overcoming Challenges in Collaborative Manufacturing Relationships
Market News

DEACOM ERP Software to Integrate Building Component, Lumber and Hardware Business

WAYNE, PA - December 23, 2008 - Deacom, Inc. (www.deacom.net) today announced Allensville Planing Mill, Inc. will implement the DEACOM Integrated Accounting and Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Software System to manage its truss and wall panel manufacturing business and lumber and hardware stores.

Webcasts / Live Events / Podcasts
Webcasts / Webinars
Title Date Time Presenter  
Professional Services Execs: Streamline Your Internal Processes to Help Reduce Costs and Increase Earnings
2:00 pm EST
Green Beacon Solutions Register
Microsoft Business Solutions Webcast: Using Business Intelligence to Gain an Advantage
all day
Microsoft Register
Momentum Webcast: Customer Relationship Management: Secrets to CRM Success
all day
Microsoft Register
Get Lean with QAD: Reach Your Sustainability Goals with QAD's Suite of Lean-based Solutions
all day
QAD Register
Momentum Webcast: Financial Management and Business Intelligence Solutions for a High-Performance Workplace
Microsoft Register
Live Events
Title Date Time Presenter  
TDWI World Conference
all day
TDWI Register

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Latest Blog Post  New!
The Power of Knowledge - Knowledge is Power-Part II

Feature White Paper  New!
10 Things to Look For in an Enterprise Compensation Tool

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