name = TEC_WP; Case Study: Exex Jewelry by Inovis --> Email this to a friend View More Related Papers Receive White Paper Updates Case Study Description As EXEX Jewelry began to grow, the company founder realized her existing system of tracking transactions couldnt keep pace.
Related to Existing System: Electronic Data Interchange (EDI), Partnership Management, Product Data Management, Product Data Management (PDM), Product Information Management (PIM), Supply Chain Management (SCM), Inovis, Clothing and Clothing Accessories Stores, Retail Trade
Although satisfied with the existing system, the company wanted to take advantage of updates and improvements available in the latest version.
Related to Existing System: E-mail Client, Instant Messaging, IBM
name = TEC_WP; Case Study: Enterprise Rent-A-Car by Appian --> Email this to a friend View More Related Papers Receive White Paper Updates Case Study Description During Enterprise Rent-A-Car expansive growth, the number of IT requests nearly doubled in eighteen months, pushing the existing system to capacity.
Related to Existing System: Business Process Management, Business Process Re-engineering, Customer Service and Support, Appian
Integrating a weight control database into an existing system can reduce errors, “fool-proof” data collection, and shift the system from reactive to proactive.
Related to Existing System: Practices and Business Issues, Hertzler Systems
name = TEC_WP; Transforming Field Service Operations with Mobile TEChnologies by Microsoft --> Email this to a friend View More Related Papers Receive White Paper Updates White Paper Description Whether field service is your primary business or a service offering, incorporating mobile technologies into your existing system can give you a competitive edge.
Related to Existing System: Data Center Equipment, IT Infrastructure, Operating System, Server, Web Server, Microsoft, Arts, Entertainment, and Recreation, Real Estate and Rental and Leasing
The existing system also could no longer accommodate the company continued growth.
Related to Existing System: Microsoft, Manufacturing, Plastics and Rubber Products Manufacturing
"What we have learned is that it is best to avoid detailed discussion of how things are done in the existing system," Michael said. "We used to ask users about what they do in their existing system, and then figure out how to do it in IFS.
Related to Existing System: Decision Making Considerations, Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), Management Practices, Project Management, IFS
Using the Wrong Tools for the Job Several years ago when Western Electronics employees experienced challenges going into the company existing system to find quotes or appropriate customer support documentation, they knew they needed to make a change.
Related to Existing System: Bill of Material Management (BOM)/Configuration Management, Change Management, Manufacturing Management, Product Data Management, Product Lifecycle Management (PLM), Regulatory and Compliance, Arena Solutions
Data transfer and conversion Consider how data from the existing system will be entered into the new system.
Related to Existing System: Decision Making, Human Resources, Payroll, Software Selection, Sage, Computer Systems Design and Related Services, Food Services and Drinking Places, Hospitals, Merchant Wholesalers, Nondurable Goods, Motion Picture and Sound Recording Industries, Paper Manufacturing, Petroleum and Coal Products Manufacturing, Primary Metal Manufacturing, Printing and Related Support Activities, Rental and Leasing Services, Social Assistance, Transit and Ground Passenger Transportation, Truck Transportation, Warehousing and Storage
A hidden danger with purchased data is it enters the organization in an ad hoc event, which implies no regular process exists to incorporate the data into the existing systems. The lack of established cleansing and matching processes written exclusively for the purchased data raises the possibility that cleansing will be overlooked. Legacy Migration A fourth opportunity to cleanse data is during a legacy migration.
Related to Existing System: Business Intelligence (BI), Data Management and Analysis, Data Quality, Data Warehouse, SAP
A hidden danger with purchased data is it occurs as an ad hoc event, which means no regular process (a cleansing job with business rules) exists to incorporate the data into an existing system. The lack of regularly occurring processes raises the specter that in the rush to get the file loaded, "expedient" shortcuts may be taken.
Related to Existing System: Business Performance Management (BPM), Customer Relationship Management (CRM), Data Management and Analysis, Data Quality, Direct Marketing, Enterprise Marketing Management (EMM)/Marketing Resource Management (MRM), Enterprise Performance Management (EPM)/Balanced Scorecard, Executive Information System (EIS), Marketing Automation, SAP
The most common reasons why an ERP project fails, especially in a large enterprise, include Lack of sufficient top management support Inadequate definition of functional requirements Poor ERP package selection Incorrect time and effort estimates Insufficient expertise and resource for carrying out implementation Misfit of ERP applications with company business processes Resistance to change in business processes Unrealistic expectations of benefits and ROI Inadequate training and system handover Poor project management
Related to Existing System: Business Process Automation, Decision Making, Decision Making Considerations, Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), Installation (Support and Pre-installation), Management Practices, Project and Process Management, Requirements Analysis and Definition, Software Selection, Focus Research
Easy to Use Spreadsheet users must find the solution as easy to work with as their existing system; that is to say, based on a spreadsheet paradigm.
Related to Existing System: Accounting and Financial Management, Budgeting, Financial Planning, and Analysis, Business Performance Management (BPM), Enterprise Performance Management (EPM)/Balanced Scorecard, Profit Optimization, Technology Evaluation Centers, Industry Independent
Defining ROI Enterprises are increasingly facing questions related to the future of their telephony infrastructurewhether to buy a new enterprise phone system or to upgrade the existing system. In such a scenario, calculating the ROI of implementing a new system vis-à-vis the existing system while comparing costs and benefits helps enterprises arrive at a decision.
Related to Existing System: Automatic Call Distribution (ACD), Interactive Voice Response System (IVR), IP Telephony/Voice over IP (VoIP), Telephony, Focus Research
Which (if any) of these existing relationships and tools should be integrated into your new converged environment? Existing Capabilities Audit A logical approach to auditing the capabilities of the existing system would seem to be to go to the documentation for the existing system, check to see which features have been paid for and/or implemented, and use that as a guideline for the new system.
Related to Existing System: Access Control, Asset Management, Automatic Call Distribution (ACD), Communications, Infrastructure, and Transportation Planning, Data Management and Analysis, Development, E-commerce, Interactive Voice Response System (IVR), IP Telephony/Voice over IP (VoIP), IT Asset Management (ITAM), IT Infrastructure, IT Monitoring and Management, Mobile, Mobile Commerce, Mobile Computing, Mobile Security, Network, Network Management, Network Protocol, Networking, Practices and Business Issues, Technology Tools and Methods, Telephony, Tracking, VPN, Extranet, and Intranet, Wireless Application Protocol (WAP), PROGNOSIS, Finance and Insurance, Information, Manufacturing, Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services, Retail Trade