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Until now, SharePoint has been implemented as simply a platform for front-end-heavy intranets, or as a system for limited document sharing and forms automation solutions. However, it now encompasses solutions for web-enabled applications, extranets, intranets, document management, business intelligence, and complex workflow. Thus, SharePoint needs to be internally marketed in a way that maximizes its capabilities for the web-enabled organization.
Related to System Business: Document Management, VPN, Extranet, and Intranet, Workflow Management, Optimus BT
At a time when many companies are concerned about operational expenditure, a business assurance system with consultancy can help. Instead of randomly entering a remediation program whenever a major fault is found, use the business assurance system. The following areas have seen results: revenue management, customer acquisition and retention, credit management and bad debt recovery, supply chain management, among others.
Related to System Business: Credit and Collections, Enterprise Incentive Management (EIM), Order Management, Supply Chain Management (SCM), Wedo Technologies, Credit Intermediation and Related Activities, Food and Beverage Stores, Retail Trade
For many distributors, inventory is the largest and perhaps the most important asset. Inventory ties up more money than buildings or equipment, and is often less ?liquid.? It is crucial, then, that distributors develop and use a comprehensive set of tools that allows close monitoring of the performance of inventory investments. Read more about simple measurements that can help you maximize your investment in inventory.
Related to System Business: Asset Management, Business Intelligence (BI), Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), Inventory Analysis and Planning, Inventory Management, Supply Chain Event Management, Tracking, Microsoft
Designed for the IBM System i and iSeries platforms, Inovis? BizManager400 provides secure managed file transfer of critical business documents like purchase orders, advance ship notices, and invoices. BizManager400can also serve as a single business-to-business (B2B) gateway for trading partner connectivity, community management, integrated mapping, and integration. Find out about the key capabilities of BizManager400.
Related to System Business: Electronic Data Interchange (EDI), Managed Data Network Services, Middleware, Security, Time, Billing, and Invoicing, Inovis
Getting CFO or CEO approval to purchase a new software system is often a challenge?but more so if that system is for human resources (HR), as HR is not traditionally considered a profit center. You need a business plan to gain management buy-in for your proposed HR project. Not sure what your plan should address? Find out the key components of a persuasive and detailed business case, so you can get support for your initiative.
Related to System Business: Decision Making, Economic Analysis, Executive Views, Human Resources, Return on Investment (ROI), Software Selection, People ROA
Today, global trade management issues affect small and midsized businesses (SMBs) and large multinationals alike. While enterprise resource planning (ERP) is a key component of any globalization strategy, not all ERP vendors offer the same degree of localization. Before undertaking an ERP implementation, it?s important to understand the extent to which each vendor provides international support and functionality.
Related to System Business: Currency Conversion, Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), International Trade Logistics (ITL), Localization, Standards, Translation and Localization, SAP
Long-term cost savings and extensive feature sets make voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) phone systems an attractive option for many businesses. But with prices for a single VoIP phone ranging from $150 to $700 (USD) or more, switching to VoIP can be an expensive proposition. Find out what to look for in a VoIP phone system, how to buy, what you can expect to pay, and how to get the most out of your investment.
Related to System Business: Decision Making, IP Telephony/Voice over IP (VoIP), IT Infrastructure, Needs Analysis, Technology Tools and Methods, Telephony, Wireless Application Protocol (WAP), VoIP-News, Internet Service Providers, Web Search Portals, and Data Processing Services, Telecommunications
Better decision making is critical during a recession?when resources are restricted?which makes business intelligence (BI) and analytics appealing to management. But justifying large capital outlays for software is challenging unless short-term benefits can be correlated with the investment. The key is to execute each project within the long-term strategic plan of organization-wide decision management. Find out how.
Related to System Business: Business Intelligence (BI), ROI Tool, Software Selection, SAP
Here's an all-too typical scenario. Management at a multinational company decides to implement a standardized enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution. Everyone expects to cut costs and improve core end-to-end processes. But 13 months later, vital key performance indicators (KPIs) don?t improve as planned. Discover how a company focused on user performance to bring its ERP reality back into alignment with its vision.
Related to System Business: Business Performance Management (BPM), Business Process Management, Business Process Re-engineering, Enterprise Management, Management Practices, Performance Management, Practices and Business Issues, Project and Process Management, Strategy, Knoa Software
Today, many human resources (HR) organizations find themselves with a tapestry of HR systems, many of which do not work well with each other. But many ?integrated? suites?bringing together processes for recruiting, compensation, learning, and performance management?can enable a new set of talent management applications. Find out how you can develop a plan for better integration of your talent and HR management solutions.
Related to System Business: Career Management, Competencies Management, Human Capital Management (HCM), Human Resources, Performance Management, Recruitment Management, Training and Development, SAP
Automation of human resources (HR) processes and integration across various functions can provide visibility into and analysis of the workforce. Having a single reliable source of information is key to enabling this visibility, which in turn can enable your company to align skills with business objectives. Learn more about how you can optimize your HR systems to meet your current?and future?human capital management needs.
Related to System Business: Business Activity Monitoring (BAM), Career Management, Human Capital Management (HCM), Human Resources, Performance Management, Practices and Business Issues, Recruitment Management, SAP
Almost everything you know about human resources (HR) outsourcing is about to change. The future is about single-source integration, and there are key new technologies that herald this era: unified service for HR, time, payroll, and expense tracking; management dashboards; streamlined employee interfaces; synchronous data with a single database; and empowered reporting.
Related to System Business: Human Capital Management (HCM), Human Resources, Payroll, Time and Attendance Tracking, iEmployee, Management of Companies and Enterprises, Management, Scientific, and Technical Consulting Services
Joshen Paper & Packaging needed to update its enterprise resource planning (ERP) distribution system. Joshen partnered with Vormittag Associates Inc. (VAI) and found a solution that consolidates its financial reporting and provides its sales team with real-time inventory information access. The result: faster inventory turnaround and order fulfillment?and to date, about 100 new clients in its customer base.
Related to System Business: IT Infrastructure, IT Monitoring and Management, Office Application and Automation, Practices and Business Issues, Project and Process Management, Project Scheduling, Systems Integration, VAI, Manufacturing, Retail Trade
Internet protocol (IP) and voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) systems allow inexpensive transport, cheap phone calls, and simple management of a single network. But the true value is in the new applications IP enables, such as unified communications (UC). How can you use UC to further decrease costs, enhance productivity, and improve customer service? Learn how to go beyond messaging for real-time call control and more.
Related to System Business: Communications Management, Communications, Infrastructure, and Transportation Planning, IP Telephony/Voice over IP (VoIP), Network Management, Practices and Business Issues, Telephony, Wireless Application Protocol (WAP), AVST, Telecommunications
As more companies switch to business voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) for their telecommunications, many have learned the hard lessons of working with the wrong technology or vendor. A good business VoIP deployment will ensure no dropped calls, excellent sound quality, no latency, and perfect uptime. Learn the top 10 concerns that should drive your business VoIP vendor selection process.
Related to System Business: IP Telephony/Voice over IP (VoIP), Telephony, CompareBusinessProducts.com
 
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