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Organizations must understand the importance of black box testing to truly secure their Web applications. While white box testing looks inside a Web application at the source code, black box testing looks at how the application functions.
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This complexity challenge is further engaged by the black box approach to supply chain management that most software solutions deploy today. This black box approach
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It simply not possible to put a "black box" into the supply chain organization and expect everyone to follow its lead.
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Client and Supplier Collaboration If a firm provides "black box" services characteristic of no collaboration with clients it will rapidly become a commoditized service provider.
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Customer and commercial demands are changing the way manufacturers manage their positions in the supply chain. The financial impact on a company that is unable to respond to change can be crippling, especially in a global market. Learn about the benefits of using a response management process, so you can access live data from multiple systems across various locations?for more intelligent and empowered decision making.
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Research in Motion, maker of the BlackBerry, had a rapidly expanding customer base and shortened product life cycles. This led the company to add more contract manufacturers to its supply chain, meaning more complex decisions had to be made in less time. To stay competitive, the company implemented response management technology. Learn more about the company?s rapid growth and the software that helped make it possible.
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Primarily due to rapid development of technology in the past thirty years, the market structure throughout the world has changed considerably. Local markets have become accessible to foreign manufacturers, who are able to perform well in their newly established territories in part due to their superior application of technology. In this light, most companies, including small and medium size, have embedded globalization in their expansion strategies, consistently seeking for new markets abroad. Consequently, local manufacturing companies are facing global competition, forcing them to adopt new concepts with respect to people, process and technologies. This document describes these approaches to production planning in detail as well outlines a software solution. The software solution (Production/3) combines both pull and push techniques and enables small to medium size organizations to fully automate their production system while retaining their investment in their legacy enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems.
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Mid-market companies can level the competitive playing field by using business integration technology. Integrated processes reduce costs by decreasing data entry errors, improving supply chain responsiveness, and increasing inventory accuracy?not to mention eliminating document processing fees and customer charge-backs. But how can mid-market companies leverage the capabilities of 'high-end' integration solutions?
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It can even be hard to find a local technician who understands these aging black boxes well enough to work on them.
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If you?re considering upgrading your traditional phone system to a premise-based private branch exchange (PBX) system, there are a few things you need to know before you start talking to vendors. Find out whether your company needs just the basic features, or if you need more advanced functions such as programmable routing and scheduling. No matter the features, a premise PBX system can help you save money?learn how.
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The reasons most enterprises upgrade to an IP PBX system range from wanting to replace outdated equipment, to saving money, to adding needed functionality, to keeping up with growth. To evaluate competing offers from both established and new vendors, you need to learn about the market, background information, technology, standards, and the features and services that are critical and important to enterprises. Learn more.
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Do not adopt manufacturing technologies for fear of falling behind the competition nor because the plant floor is perceived to be a "black box".
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The only way for manufacturers to achieve world-class performance was by providing greater visibility into what had long been the black box of production.
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Otherwise, it’s a bit of a black box.
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