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The Seven Types of Power Problems
Many of the mysteries of equipment failure, downtime, software, and data corruption are the result of a problematic power supply. Compounding the problem is

1 snow  ms] [1000 ms = 1 second] The impulsive transient is what most people are referring to when they say they have experienced a surge or a spike. Many different terms, such as bump, glitch, power surge, and spike have been used to describe impulsive transients. Causes of impulsive transients include lightning, poor grounding, the switching of inductive loads, utility fault clearing, and ESD (Electrostatic Discharge) . The results can range from the loss (or corruption) of data, to physical damage of Read More...
ERP for Services (Non-manufacturing)
Typically, ERP systems designed for services industries offer modules that provide back-office support, customer relationship management, time management, expense management, resource management, a...
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How to Improve the Accuracy of Your Forecasts
Increased competition, lower margins, and more customer demands mean that distributors have to provide better product availability and more services with fewer

1 snow  April May June Usage 1 0 0 0 1 0 There was usage of one piece in January and one piece in May. Any average of past monthly usage will result in a forecast of less than one piece. What are the chances a customer will ask for one-sixth of a unit? Here is the history of another item with sporadic usage: January February March April May June Usage 50 0 0 50 0 50 It appears that customers buy 50 pieces of the product at a time. Any average of past monthly usage will result in a forecast demand of less than 50 Read More...
2008 Software Re
A new year is upon us and with that, the word “resolution” comes to mind...res-o-l-u-tion – [rez-uh-loo-shun n] - noun 1. a resolve or determination: to

1 snow  Software Selection Resolution # 1 I promise to gather and prioritize my requirements, and to create a working document that defines all of my requirements. Imagine it: sitting down to create an extensive spreadsheet that you send around to every department, imploring the employees to define exactly what they need from a software solution. And imagine waiting for all of them to send those lists back to you, so you can cross-check and collate those requirements to avoid any duplication. Or, you could save Read More...
Frankie Does ERP, Part 1
[Editor’s note: Frank is not a composite character. He is a real person, employed at a real company. I’ve changed certain identifying particulars at his request

1 snow  Does ERP, Part 1 [Editor’s note: Frank is not a composite character. He is a real person, employed at a real company. I’ve changed certain identifying particulars at his request. This interactive series, created and published with his permission, is an exercise in what-if analysis based on interviews I am currently conducting with him. You may find Frank’s use of language a little colorful. I have toned it down. It's still colorful.] * My name is Frank. I’m a mid-level manager for a Read More...
Data Management and Business Performance: Part 1-Data
Research for one of my projects led me to ask both software vendors and customers about the factors most important to software users in the selection of a

1 snow  and Business Performance: Part 1-Data Research for one of my projects led me to ask both software vendors and customers about the factors most important to software users in the selection of a business intelligence (BI) solution. Two topics resounded: the use of BI tools to improve data management and business performance management. Consumers are continuously looking for innovative ways to move, store, and improve the quality of their data as well as to ways to capture the most valuable information for Read More...
Saba Software: All about People (Cloud) - Part 1
The 2011 Enterprise 2.0 conference’s expo floor in Boston in late June featured many of the “usual suspects,” such as Microsoft, IBM, Oracle, Adobe

1 snow  People (Cloud) - Part 1 The 2011 Enterprise 2.0 conference’s expo floor in Boston in late June featured many of the “usual suspects,” such as Microsoft, IBM, Oracle, Adobe, SuccessFactors, Jive Software, SocialText , OpenText , Yammer , and Cisco Systems , to name only a few well-established providers (in addition to the plethora of innovative startup companies that one could encounter there). There were also some notable absentees, such as SAP ( StreamWork ), salesforce.com ( Chatter ), and Atlassi Read More...
PeopleSoft Building Muscles To Overcome The Rough Patch Part 1
The year 2001, which was an exceptional year of financial performance for PeopleSoft, including record total revenue, record profit, and more than $500 million

1 snow  The Rough Patch Part 1 PeopleSoft Building Muscles To Overcome The Rough Patch P.J. Jakovljevic - June 19. 2002 Event Summary At the beginning of 2001, PeopleSoft Inc . (NASDAQ: PSFT), one of the largest enterprise applications providers, ebulliently indicated its continued interest in rounding out its product portfolio through favorably priced acquisitions. Instead, the company recently unveiled a number of new products developed either internally or via alliances. It is likely its recently tamed new rev Read More...
1 Little GB, 2 Little GB, ..., 10 Little Gigabit
The 10 Gigabit Ethernet Alliance announced that its membership has increased to over 50 companies in less than three months.

1 snow  ..., 10 Little Gigabit 1 Little GB, 2 Little GB, , 10 Little Gigabit G. Duhaime - June 5 , 2000 Event Summary Las Vegas-(Business Wire)-May 9th, 2000, The 10 Gigabit Alliance is growing by hops and nodes. The vendor alliance formed by seven companies to establish and promote the IEEE 802.3ae Gigabit Ethernet Standard has grown to over 50 vendors in just three months. The rapid and tremendous growth in the 10 Gigabit Alliance will only help the aggressive timeline that the Alliance adopted in January 2000 Read More...
TurtleSpice ERP! (Week 1)
Welcome to TurtleSpice ERP, our new series on software selection!We’ll follow one company’s software selection process, from beginning to end—with your help

1 snow  ERP! (Week 1) Welcome to TurtleSpice ERP , our new series on software selection! We’ll follow one company’s software selection process, from beginning to end—with your help. In fact, the fate of the company’s software selection project is in your hands. Cast your vote at the bottom of the post , and next week I’ll move the scenario forward based on the winning answer. Here’s the scenario : In just six years, Westchester, California (US)-based TurtleSpice has grown from a Read More...
Infinium Returns To Its Core Competencies To Succeed Part 1: Recent Announcements
2000 and 2001 were difficult times for Infinium resulting in a substantial decrease in revenue and significant restructuring. After a thorough soul-searching

1 snow  Q2 2001 (see Figure 1 below). However, net income for the quarter was $3.5 million including a $337,000 gain from the divestiture of a Netherlands subsidiary, compared to $2.7 million Q1 2002, and the net loss of $2.9 million the second quarter of the prior year. Also important, Infinium's cash, cash equivalents and marketable securities balance for Q2 2002 was $17.5 million, compared to $13.7 million for the previous quarter, and $15.3 million for the fiscal year ended September 30, 2001. Figure 1: This Read More...
Tier 1 ERP for Midsized Companies? You Bet!
You'll find the straight story in midsized companies: deciding when to move to tier-one ERP.

1 snow  1 ERP for Midsized Companies? You Bet! Some people believe that tier-one enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems are overpriced and will make it harder to run their midsized business. The fact is, the right tier-one ERP system can be cost-effective; make it easier to manage your midsized business; and help make your company more competitive and profitable. Learn the truth about tier-one ERP systems , not the myths. You'll find the straight story in Midsized Companies: Deciding When to Move to Tier-o Read More...
Get Compiled Results on 1,000 Enterprise Software Purchases
To compare vendors' latest product releases side by side, just visit TEC vendor comparison reports, choose your application area, and then select ...

1 snow  Compiled Results on 1,000 Enterprise Software Purchases Founded in 1993 and specializing in software selection, 150-employee firm Technology Evaluations Centers (TEC) is now releasing its findings based on over 1,000 enterprise software selections . These cover industries such as manufacturing, services, utilities, government, and others—including large corporations and small to midsized businesses. See what capabilities SAP, Oracle, IFS, Epicor, Microsoft, and 700 other vendors offer when delivering Read More...
Has KANA Gotten Its Mojo Back? - Part 1
In this service economy it is not surprising to hear about smart innovative companies whose businesses have been blossoming due to the superior customer service

1 snow  Mojo Back? - Part 1 In this  service economy  it is not surprising to hear about smart innovative companies whose businesses have been blossoming due to the superior  customer service  they provide. Zappos and its “Powered by Service” tagline is a crown example. Many vendors that offer customer service software solutions, especially  those that bundle customer relationship management (CRM) with business process management (BPM) capabilities  and  even infuse knowledge in the service process , Read More...
The ROI Dilemma - Part 1 - Look at how bad you Look!
If you're going to use ROI in order to find new business or, justify your solution, be careful. ROI is a loaded gun and you might just shoot yourself.

1 snow  ROI Dilemma - Part 1 - Look at how bad you Look! The Situation I sent the CFO a letter two months ago explaining why she should consider looking at new software. I told her I would contact her at precisely 8:00AM 12 December. At that time, her Administrative Assistant told me I'm sorry, she's in a meeting. Can I take a message? Being the persistent salesperson that I am, I've called five times since. I was never able to contact her. It's now half past six on 12 February and I figure Hey, maybe she's Read More...

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