Three Easy Tips That Can Cut IT Downtime by 50 Percent

Many large, sophisticated enterprise IT environments still suffer from preventable critical failures. To keep the infrastructure up and running, IT departments must constantly monitor servers, applications, and services—task that have become essential over the past 10 years. Learn about the most common infrastructure problems, and discover simple and proactive measures you can take to cut downtime by over 50 percent.

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3 Tips for Integrating Field Service Management Software with ERP

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Field service management software often needs to be integrated with other enterprise software. Learn the three essential tips for integrating your service management system with enterprise resource planning (ERP) software and other operational systems, data warehouses, or data sources. Read More

Comparing the Total Cost of Ownership of Business Intelligence Solutions

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For many companies, traditional business intelligence (BI) software is costly and resource-intensive. So are open source alternatives that require significant configuration and integration. In contrast, software-as-a-service (SaaS) solutions can reduce the cost of a BI deployment by providing automation and pre-integration. Compare total cost of ownership (TCO) for traditional, open source, and SaaS BI solutions. Read More

Model Driven BPM: How BPM Enables a Higher Level of Business Agility

Enterprises have to demonstrate business innovation while being responsive to customer wants and needs in today’s competitive marketplace. Business process management (BPM) software can help companies to streamline and optimize business processes for increased efficiency and reduced downtime.

Organizations using BPM can increase ROI and achieve operational excellence through reengineering business processes with the help of BPM software.

Model driven BPM is the next wave in enterprise BPM approaches, and allows organizations to deliver on the premise of application modernization intelligently and effectively. A model driven BPM approach brings lesser complexity for the line of business (LOB) stakeholders, faster development times for IT, quicker response times for business process changes, lower costs, and better collaboration between LOB and IT.

This white paper examines how model driven BPM lets organizations prepare and build for change rather than invest in traditional development techniques that can be resource intensive, expensive, and time consuming. The paper covers the challenges facing enterprises today and drivers for enterprise agility, then takes a deeper look at model driven BPM and its benefits.

How can BPM enable a higher level of business agility and deliver on the premise of intelligent process management driving operational excellence? The answer likely lies in a model driven framework, to integrate disparate systems and drastically cut down the time to create, improve, and optimize functional business process models that help the enterprise adapt to dynamic market conditions.  Read More

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Enterprise Applications: The Cost of Keeping Current… Or Not

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TEC Lean and Green Manufacturing Buyer’s Guide

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While the need for sustainable development is affecting how organizations do business, the idea of environmental and corporate responsibility as value drivers is still relatively new. Many companies are just beginning to adopt an approach that provides measurable results. Learn how reducing waste and creating efficiencies within your company can make a difference to the environment, the economy, and your bottom line. Read More
 
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